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Awards 16.07.21 . 8:50 PM Update :26.11.21 . 10:53 AM

Un Certain Regard Prizes 2021

Un Certain Regard 2021 Winners & Jury

Un Certain Regard 2021 Winners & Jury © Mathilde Gardel / FDC

 

Refocused on the discovery of emerging filmmakers, the 2021 Un Certain Regard has offered twenty features in its competition. Six of them were first films that compete as well for the Caméra d'or. The opening film was Arthur Harari's Onoda - 10 000 Nights in the Jungle.

Led by the director and screenwriter Andrea Arnold, the Jury was made up of the director and screenwriter Mounia Meddour, the actress Elsa Zylberstein, the director and screenwriter Daniel Burman and Michael Covino, director and actor.

In our discussions, the two things we were constantly saying were: "this film is very brave" and  "this film come from the heart". Many of the films are very passionnate and many of the films are talking about things which are hard to talk about. We’d like to acknowledge all the filmmakers for their brave and beautiful work. Their films created vigorous debates.

Andrea Arnold

Un Certain Regard Prize

RAZZHIMAYA KULAKI (UNCLENCHING THE FISTS)

directed by Kira KOVALENKO

 

Jury Prize

GROSSE FREIHEIT (GREAT FREEDOM)

directed by Sebastian MEISE

 

Ensemble Prize

BONNE MÈRE (GOOD MOTHER)

directed by Hafsia HERZI

 

Courage Prize

LA CIVIL

directed by Teodora Ana MIHAI

 

Prize of Originality

LAMB

directed by Valdimar JÓHANNSSON

 

Special Mention

NOCHE DE FUEGO (PRAYERS FOR THE STOLEN)

directed by Tatiana HUEZO

Awards 16.07.2021 . 7:31 PM

Un Certain Regard - Closing Ceremony