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VENICE 2014 Critics’ Week

No One’s Child triumphant at the Venice Critics’ Week

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- VENICE 2014: Vuk Ršumović's film has taken home the RaroVideo Audience Award for Best Film

No One’s Child triumphant at the Venice Critics’ Week
No One's Child by Vuk Ršumović

The RaroVideo Audience Award for Best Film at the 29th International Critics’ Week, which has been taking place as part of the 71st Venice Film Festival, has been bestowed upon No One's Child (Ničije dete) [+see also:
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by Vuk Ršumović.

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In addition to this prize, worth €5,000, the Serbian director has also received the Award for Best Screenwriter, which was given out by the FEDEORA (Federation of Film Critics of Europe and the Mediterranean) jury, comprising Nenad Dukic, Ninos Mikelides, Dubravka Lakic, Eva Af Geijerestam and Matic Majcen. Best Film was awarded to Flapping in the Middle of Nowhere [+see also:
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by Nguyễn Hoàng Điệp.

(Translated from Italian)

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