The Chicken Poster

(I) (2014)

Awards

Busho, Budapest International Short Film Festival 2015

Winner
BuSho Award
Best Cinematography
Matthias Pilz

Cannes Film Festival 2014

Nominee
Discovery Award
Una Gunjak

Chicago International Film Festival 2014

Nominee
Gold Hugo
Best Short Film
Una Gunjak

Corti Da Sogni Antonio Ricci - International Short Film Festival 2015

Nominee
European Sogni Award
Una Gunjak

Dallas International Film Festival 2015

Winner
Grand Jury Prize
Best Short Film
Una Gunjak

Days of Croatian Film 2015

Winner
Jury Prize
Best Co-Production
Una Gunjak
Winner
Oktavijan Award
Best Short Film
Una Gunjak
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Dieciminuti Film Festival 2016

Nominee
Extralarge
Una Gunjak

European Film Awards 2014

Winner
European Film Award
European Short Film
Una Gunjak
Bristol

Festival Internacional de Cine Ojo de Pescado 2016

Winner
International Professional Competition
Best Short Film about Childhood and Adolescence
Una Gunjak

Film Fest Kosova 2014

Winner
Festival Award
Short Film
Una Gunjak

Les Arcs European Film Festival 2014

Nominee
Best Short Film Prize
Una Gunjak

Ljubljana International Film Festival 2013

Winner
Special Mention
Short Film
Una Gunjak

Palm Springs International ShortFest 2014

Winner
Jury Award
Best Live Action 15 Minutes and Under
Una Gunjak
Nukleus film

San Francisco International Film Festival 2015

Winner
Golden Gate Award
Best Narrative Short
Una Gunjak

Sarajevo Film Festival 2014

Winner
Heart of Sarajevo
Best Short Film
Una Gunjak

Seattle International Film Festival 2015

Winner
Short Film Competition Award
Live Action
Una Gunjak

An expertly crafted narrative that explores life and death through the eyes of a young girl. With a... More

An expertly crafted narrative that explores life and death through the eyes of a young girl. With a film full of authentic performances, Iman Alibalic is extraordinary as the six-year-old protagonist who receives a live chicken from her father for her birthday, and soon realizes it's meant for dinner. This is an emotional film with a production quality that continues to move the story along and underscore the realities of life in a war zone.


Stockholm Film Festival 2014

Winner
Aluminum Horse
Best Short Film
Una Gunjak

"A film that manages to make the audience experience the complex reality of war through the eyes of... More

"A film that manages to make the audience experience the complex reality of war through the eyes of a 6-year old girl. The sensitive direction gives space for the young actors to shine. A birthday, a chicken, a window, a girl's hands and face, sometimes the smallest details says more than any grand explanation."


Sundance Film Festival 2015

Nominee
Short Film Grand Jury Prize
Una Gunjak

Tacoma Film Festival 2015

Winner
Jury Prize
Best Narrative Short
Una Gunjak
Best Director
Una Gunjak
Best Cinematography
Matthias Pilz

Twister Alley International Film Festival 2015

Winner
Golden Twister - Jury Prize
Short Film
Winner
Twister Award
Best Foreign Short

Vancouver International Women in Film Festival 2016

Winner
VIWIFF Award
Best Short Film
Una Gunjak

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