Slovenian film Karpotrotter wins best documentary; No One’s Child gets audience awardScroll down for full list of winners
The 12th Zagreb Film Festival (Oct 19-26) ended with Georgian director Levan Koguashvili
’s Blind Dates winning the main award of the festival, the Golden Pram and €4,000.
The Berlinale title, which also scooped prizes at Wiesbaden and Sofia, beat ten other first or second films by their directors.
Zeresenay Berhane Mehari’s Difret and Benedikt Erlingsson
’s Of Horses And Men received special mentions from the jury comprised of producer Čedomir Kolar, director Konstantin Bojanov
, and cinematographer Cesar Charlone
The same jury also awarded Romania’s Andrei Creţulescu the Golden Pram for Best Short Film and €1,000 euro for his 18-minute Kowalski.
In the documentary competition, the jury made up of film theoretician Alice Bardan, and directors Željka Suková and Petra Seliškar, gave the Golden Pram for Best Documentary and €1,000 to Slovenian film-maker Matjaž Ivanišin’s Karpotrotter, a lyrical