Awards and Juries

Winners

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Feature Competition
Golden Apricot
In the Fog, Sergei Loznitsa, Germany/Russia/Latvia/The Netherlands/Belarus
Silver Apricot
It Looks Pretty From a Distance, Anka Sasnal, Wilhelm Sasnal, Poland
Documentary Competition
Golden Apricot
5 Broken Cameras, Emad Burnat, Guy Davidi, Palestine
Silver Apricot
The Tundra Book. A Tale of Vukvukai, the Little Rock, Aleksei Vakhrushev, Russia
Jury Special Mention
Bakhmaro, Salome Jashi, Germany / Georgia
Armenian Panorama
Best Armenian Fiction Film - Golden Apricot
If Only Everyone, Natalya Belyauskene, Armenia
Best Armenian Documentary - Golden Apricot
Armenian Rhapsody , Cassiana Der Haroutiounian, Cesar Gananian, Gary Gananian , Brazil
Best Armenian Short Film - Golden Apricot
Nana, Valerie Massadian, France
Apricot Stone
Golden Apricot
When We Die At Night, Eduardo Morotó , Brazil
Jury Special Mention
Insignificant Details of the Accidental Episode, Mikhail Mestetsky, Russia

Parajanov’s Thaler - Lifetime Achievement Award
Victor Erice, Spain
Agneszka Holland, Poland
Eldar Shengelaya, Georgia

Award of the Apostolic Church of Armenia - “Let There Be Light”
Alexander Sokurov, Russia


FIPRESCI Award

The First Rains of Spring, Yerlan Nurmukhambetov and Sano Shinju, Kazakhstan/Japan

 Ecumenical Jury Award
If Only Everyone, Natalya Belyauskene, Armenia
Jury Commendation

Future Lasts Forever, Özcan Alper, Turkey

 
Armenian National Film Academy Award
Grandma’s Tattoos, Suzanne Khardalian, Sweden

 British Council Award
Armenian Rhapsody, Cassiana Der Haroutiounian, Cesar Gananian, Gary Gananian, Brazil

 Armenian Filmmakers Union Award
With Fidel Whatever Happens, Goran Radovanovic, Serbia

 Hrant Matevosyan Award
Bad Father, Tigrane Avedikian, France

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