സിനിമ സ്‌പെഷ്യല്‍ (A Meera Sahib )

FIPRESCI JURY PRIZES IN 70TH BERLIN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2017

A Meera Sahib 2017-05-08 04:15:39am
PRIZES OF THE FIPRESCI JURY
 
The juries of the “Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique” (FIPRESCI), the international film critics association, viewed  films from the Competition programme ,the Panorama and Forum sections. They award a prize for the best film in each of these sections.
The Jury 2017 comprise of the following critics:
Competition
Alin Öjeni Tasçiyan (Jury President)
Dubravka Lakic
Denise Bucher
Panorama
Kerem Akca
Alejandra Trelles
Jennifer Borrmann
Forum
Sasja Koetsier
Rasha Hosny
Rüdiger Suchsland

PRIZE WINNER COMPETITION 2017

 
On Body and Soul) എന്നതിനുള്ള ചിത്രം
ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട ചിത്രം
   
 
Testről éslélekről   (On Body and Soul)*
by Ildikó Enyedi
Jury statement
Testről és lélekről is an idiosyncratic love story full of lyricism and humour, free of all social conventions. It impresses us with the subtlety and eloquence of its style and involves us in its joy of living and loving.
 
PRIZE WINNER PANORAMA 2017
Pendular
by Julia Murat
Pendular by Julia Murat എന്നതിനുള്ള ചിത്രംJury Statement
Pendular receives the FIPRESCI award in the Panorama section for its outstanding visual quality and its narrative force that results in an accurate portrait of two contemporary artists. The expression of the modern and bold choreography of human relations in the story
connects perfectly with the aesthetic and dramatic originality of the 
film.
 
 
Pendular by Julia Murat എന്നതിനുള്ള ചിത്രം                     

PRIZE WINNER FORUM 2017

Shu'our akbar min el hob
by Mary Jirmanus Saba
Jury statement
This is a film which combines dense observation and sensitivity, multiple perspectives, several different sources of footage, plural personal histories and fates to a collective history of a country and a generation.
Full of melancholia, it is yet full of hope, the longing for a better future.
Documentary cinema at its best, this is exciting, thrilling, encouraging. Mary Jirmanus Saba has managed to deliver a very brave and mature debut film, which tells its audience a lot about the unknown history of the middle-east.
A search without the one answer, but with many hints and productive questions – a film which lives on for a long while after the screening is over. The feeling which lives with it is indeed greater than love. It is a feeling for others, for a society, for mankind. We call that politics.
*On Body and Soul won this year's Golden Bear for the best film,furthermore, it is worth pointing out that the Ecumenical Jury Prize also singled out On Body and Soul in the competition.