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02 March 2020 à 11:35
Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern win a Silver Bear in Berlin for "Delete History"
A very fine prize for the Gustave Kervern / Benoît Delépine duo, who left the Berlin International Film Festival with the Silver Bear 70th Berlinale, a newly minted prize, for their eighth feature, Delete History.
Many prizes crowned French cinema at the end of the Berlinale's 70th edition, of which two were for films presented in the official selection. We should note the Best Documentary award went to Rithy Panh's new film, Irradiated, and the one received by If It Were Love by Patric Chiha at the Teddy Awards.
All the French films awarded at the 70th Berlinale
Competition - Silver Bear 70th Berlinale
Competition - Silver Bear for Best Actress
Competition - First Feature Award
Competition - Best Documentary
- Undine by Christian Petzold (minority French film)
- Special Mention: All Hands on Deck by Guillaume Brac
Generation - Special Mention
Generation 14plus, Jury jeune - Cristal Bear
Generation 14plus - AG KINO Guild Award
Prix CICAE Panorama
Forum - Fipresci Jury Award - Special Mention
- Audi Short Film Award : Genius Loci, by Adrien Merigeau
- Best European Short Film Award : It Wasn’t the Right Mountain, Mohammad, by Mili Pecherer
- Special Mention KPlus Generation Jury : Miss, by Amira-Géhanne Khalfallah
Latest update : 05 March 2020 à 11:35 CET
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