Awards for 2010

Golden Wheel

WINNERS

Cannot Live Without You: Leon Dai
For its moving critic of bureaucratic failure and evocation of excluded people, a depiction neither sentimental nor aggressive.

Cow: Hu Guan
For the originality of the director's imagination in his use of small people and animals to underline the inhumanity of war.

IN-COMPETITION







Grand Prize of the International Jury

WINNER

The Damned Rain: Satish Manwar
For the impressive maturity and restraint of a debut film with a potentially volatile and emotion-charged subject.

Honorary Golden Wheel

WINNERS


Audience Award

Documentary

WINNER

Feature

WINNER

Netpac Award

WINNER

Animal Town: Kyu-hwan Jeon
For its frank representation of the horrors in modern urban lives, with an experimental and sincere direction and actors' daring actors performance.

Emile Guimet Award

WINNER

Cannot Live Without You: Leon Dai
For the courageous choice of black and white and the unconventional portrait of Taiwanese society and its minorities; a simple and very sensitive film, emblematic of New Taiwanese cinema.

Emile Guimet Award - Special Mention

WINNER

Supermen of Malegaon: Faiza Ahmad Khan
A hilarious documentary on the relationship between Indian people and cinema, and between Indian cinema and the West, with funny and moving characters, deeply human.

High Schools Award

WINNER

INALCO Jury Award

WINNER

The Pawnshop: Milo Sogueco
For its portrayal of the world surrounding the omnipresent pawnshops of Philippines.

Special Mention of the International Jury

WINNER

Animal Town: Kyu-hwan Jeon
A powerful film with a topic directed with strength and calm.

INALCO Jury Award - Special Mention

WINNER

The Damned Rain: Satish Manwar
For its treatment of village life and farmer issues in rural Maharashtra.

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