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GOLDEN APRICOT 9TH EDITION AWARD WINNERS ARE NOW KNOWN!

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GOLDEN APRICOT 9TH EDITION AWARD WINNERS ARE NOW KNOWN!

On July 14th GOLDEN APRICOT Yerevan 9th International Film Festival Award winners were announced by the Board of Jury at the Closing Ceremony of the Festival!

Best Feature Film

Golden Apricot
In the Fog, directed by Sergei Loznitsa, Germany/Russia/Latvia/ the Netherlands

''Silver Apricot'' - Special Prize for Feature Film
It Looks Pretty from a Distance, directed by Anka Sasnal and Wilhelm Sasnal, Poland

Jury Special Prize
Summertime, directed by Jose Luis Torres Leiva, Chile


Best Documentary Film

Golden Apricot
Five Broken Cameras, directed by Emad Burnat, Palestine

Special Prize- Silver Apricot
The Tundra Book. A Tale of Vukvukai, The Little Rock, directed by Aleksei Vakhrushev, Russia

Jury Special Mention
Bakhmaro, directed by Salome Jashi. Germany/Georgia


Best Armenian Fiction Film

Golden Apricot
If Only Everyone, directed by Natalia Belauskene, Armenia

Special Prize – Silver Apricot
Nana, directed by Valerie Massadian, France

Best Armenian Documentary
Armenian Rhapsody, directed by Cassiana Der Haroutiounian, Cesar Gananian, Gary Gananian, Brazil


Apricot Stone Competition

Best Film – Golden Apricot
When We Die at Night, directed by Eduardo Moroto, Brazil

Jury Special Mention
Insignificant Details of the Accidental Episode, directed by Mikhail Mestetsky, Russia


FIPRESCI Award

The First Rains of Spring, directed by Yerlan Nurmukhambetov and Sano Shinju, Kazakhstan/Japan


The Ecumenical Jury Award
If Only Everyone, directed by Natalya Belyauskene, Armenia

The Ecumenical Jury Commendation
Future Lasts Forever, directed by Özcan Alper, Turkey


Armenian National Film Academy Award

Grandma’s Tattoos, directed by Suzanne Khardalian, Sweden


British Council Award
Armenian Rhapsody, directed by Cassiana Der Haroutiounian, Cesar Gananian, Gary Gananian, Brazil


Armenian Filmmakers Union Award

With Fidel Whatever Happens, directed by Goran Radovanovic, Serbia


Hrant Matevosyan Award
Bad Father, directed by Tigrane Avedikian, France


The Festival honorable guest, world famous director Agnieszhka Holland was granted Parajanov's Thaler Award of GOLDEN APRICOT at the Ceremony.

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