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The 27th Trieste Film Festival Awards
1 February 2016
 
 
   
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The 27th Trieste Film Festival ended on Saturday, 30th January 2016, awarding the prizes to this year’s edition winners, amongst whom one can find several Balkan films.

The CEI (Central European Initiative) Award, offering €3000, went to the film The Prosecutor, the Defender, the Father and his Son by Iglika Trifonova (Bulgaria, Netherlands, Sweden, 2015).

The Journey by Adriano Valerio

The film The Journey by Adriano Valerio (Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, F.Y.R.O.M, 2015) was awarded  with The Salani Award 2016, offering €2000.  
The Jury composed of Filippo D’Angelo, Patrizia Mancini and Massimo Tria, handed the prize to the winner for the following reason:

“Banat by Andrea Valerio tells an unusual story of “opposite immigration”, that gently explores the feelings of disorientation and search for the other, which were also belonging to Corso Salani cinema.

It does this using a mixture of languages,  even meeting particularly happy moments, such as the captivating interpretation of a simple and moving song by an intense Elena Radonicich.

For its portrayal of the inner space and the borders of Europe we also hope that this film will reach the audience it deserves.”

Chuck Norris VS Communism by Ilinca Calugareanu

Stuffed Life by Tamara Kotevska (F.Y.R.O.M)  was the project selected for Midpoint, Central European Script Center of Prague, while the Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Award went to the film Chuck Norris VS Communism by Ilinca Calugareanu (UK, Romania, Germany, 2015) for the following reason:

“The film is able to impress the viewer with a very original story on Ceausescu’s Romania. Alternating fiction with documentary this film entertains the audience by bringing to big the screen the daily and heroic life of ordinary people under the communist regime, still little known in the rest of the world.”

Finally, the Slovenian short film Love on the Top of the World by Jan Cvitkovič (2015) was awarded with the #TSFFBACKTOSCHOOL Prize. After viewing the 16 short films in competition, the jury of students from the Petrarca high school in Trieste decided to award the winner for the following reason:

“A timeless story narrated with sensitivity, enriched by a moving performance of the two actors and a surprising ending.”



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