Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
- The festival takes place since 1946. Its first two years were non-competitive showcases. The competition was started in 1948 and with the exceptions of 1953 and 1955 the festival was held annually until 1958. From 1960 on to 1992 it was alternating with the Moscow Film Festival, being celebrated annually again since 1994.
Award of Ecumenical Jury
Award of Ecumenical Jury - Special Mention
Award of Honour
Best Collection of Student Films
Best Documentary - Special Mention
Best Documentary in Color
Best Film in Color
Best Student Film
Don Quijote Award
Don Quijote Award - Special Mention
East of West Award
East of West Award - Special Mention
East of the West
Emil Radok Award
Eurotel Audience Award
FEDEORA Award - Special Mention
FIPRESCI Prize - Special Mention
Festival President's Award
Forum of Independents
Future Frames: Ten New Filmmakers to Follow
Honorable Recognition - The Screenplay
Label Europa Cinemas
- The "Label Europa Cinemas" is an intiative of the Association "Europa Cinemas" which supports European films, their distribution in Europe and raises awareness about them amongst the public and in the media.
Life Achievement Award
Netpac Award - Special Mention
Philip Morris Award
- The award is presented in the East of the West section of the festival.
Region of Karlovy Vary Award
Special Mention (Student Film)
Special Prize for Outstanding Contribution to World Cinema
Special Prize of the Jury
The Best Film Poster
The Best of the Prague Short Film Festival
Town of Karlovy Vary Award
Variety Critic's Choice
Young Czech Critics Jury Award
- For the first time awards are judged by an international jury.
- For the 35th years jubilee of the festival a new Crystal Globe statuette is introduced based on the concept of the festival's creative team (Ales Najbrt, Tono Stano, Simon Caban, Michal Caban) and which has been designed by Tono Stano.