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Un Certain Regard 2018 Prizes

Benicio del Toro and the winners of the Un Certain Regard 2018 Prizes

Benicio del Toro and the winners of the Un Certain Regard 2018 Prizes © C. Bouillon / FDC

Un Certain Regard 2018 presented 18 films in competition. 6 of them were first films. The Opening film was DONBASS by Sergei Loznitsa.
Under the presidency of Benicio Del Toro (Puerto Rican-American actor), the Jury was comprised of Annemarie Jacir (Palestinian director and writer), Kantemir Balagov (Russian director), Virginie Ledoyen (French actress) and
Julie Huntsinger (American executive director, Telluride Film Festival).

“We feel that out of 2000 films considered by the Festival, the 18 we saw in UN CERTAIN REGARD – from Argentina to China – were all in their own way winners. Over the past 10 days, we were extremely impressed by the high quality of the work presented, but in the end we were the most moved by the  following 5 films. » The jury

 

 

"UN CERTAIN REGARD" PRIZE

GRÄNS (BORDER) by Ali ABBASI

 

PRIZE FOR BEST SCREENPLAY

SOFIA by Meryem BENM’BAREK
 

PRIZE FOR BEST PERFORMANCE

Victor POLSTER for GIRL by Lukas DHONT
 

PRIZE FOR BEST DIRECTOR

Sergei LOZNITSA for DONBASS

► Check out Sergei Loznitsa's speech


JURY SPECIAL PRIZE

CHUVA É CANTORIA NA ALDEIA DOS MORTOS
(The Dead and the Others)

by  João SALAVIZA and Renée NADER MESSORA

 

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Un Certain Regard 2018 Prizes

Un Certain Regard 2018 presented 18 films in competition. 6 of them were first films. The Opening film was DONBASS by Sergei Loznitsa.
Under the presidency of Benicio Del Toro (Puerto Rican-American actor), the Jury was comprised of Annemarie Jacir (Palestinian director and writer), Kantemir Balagov (Russian director), Virginie Ledoyen (French actress) and
Julie Huntsinger (American executive director, Telluride Film Festival).

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