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Un Certain Regard Awards

The Jury and the Winners - Un Certain Regard Awards

The Jury and the Winners - Un Certain Regard Awards © Mathilde Petit / FDC

Un Certain Regard 2016 presented in competition 18 films hailing from 20 different countries. 7 of the works were first films. The Opening film was ESHTEBAK (CLASH) by Mohamed Diab.
Under the presidency of Marthe Keller (actress - Switzerland), the Jury was comprised of Jessica Hausner (director, producer - Austria), Diego Luna (actor, director, producer - Mexico), Ruben Östlund (director - Sweden) and Céline Sallette (actress - France).

"The Jury was honored and delighted to have been charged with a delicate task, given the level of work in the Selection 2016. Every film turned out to be rich in cinematic discoveries and insights into our world, addressing themes of family, politics and cultural differences."

Prize of Un Certain Regard

HYMYILEVÄ MIES (THE HAPPIEST DAY IN THE LIFE OF OLLI MÄKI) by Juho Kuosmanen

 

Jury Prize

FUCHI NI TATSU (HARMONIUM) by Fukada Kôji

 

Prize for Best Director

Matt Ross for CAPTAIN FANTASTIC

 

Prize for Best Screenplay

Delphine Coulin & Muriel Coulin for VOIR DU PAYS (THE STOPOVER)

 

Special Prize Un Certain Regard

LA TORTUE ROUGE (THE RED TURTLE) by Michael Dudok de Wit

 

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Un Certain Regard Awards

Un Certain Regard 2016 presented in competition 18 films hailing from 20 different countries. 7 of the works were first films. The Opening film was ESHTEBAK (CLASH) by Mohamed Diab.
Under the presidency of Marthe Keller (actress - Switzerland), the Jury was comprised of Jessica Hausner (director, producer - Austria), Diego Luna (actor, director, producer - Mexico), Ruben Östlund (director - Sweden) and Céline Sallette (actress - France).

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