Awards for 2010

Tiger Award

WINNERS

Cold Water of the Sea: Paz Fábrega
The film succeeded in telling the story of a mysterious relationship between a woman and a young girl in a convincing and poetic manner. The film takes the audience on an unusual journey through a nature that interacts with people in a magical way. The superb editing ensures an organic flow of images, whilst the strong directing and disturbing atmosphere create tension.

Mundane History: Anocha Suwichakornpong
For us this film appeals to both intelligence and spirituality. We are impressed with the accomplished interplay of abstract ideas and harrowing reality in this film.

Alamar: Pedro González-Rubio
A film that 'touches deeply without being too sentimental'. This film, about a father and son that go on a journey to the source of the open sea to find their old way of life, is 'true and honest to its subject and shows both the good fortune and tragedy of being a child with divorced parents.

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Audience Award

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Dioraphte Award

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KNF Award

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FIPRESCI Prize

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Netpac Award

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Moscow: Cheol-Mean Whang
For the author's deep understanding of the internal world of the girl-outsider on her journey to find herself.

MovieZone Award

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Prince Claus Fund Film Grant

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Anocha Suwichakornpong
Project: "By the Time It Gets Dark"

New Arrivals Award

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