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An eclectic group of winners at the Mons International Love Film Festival

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- Awards for films from Korea and Turkey, as well as Chile, and the European Film Award goes to the Ukrainian movie The Tribe by Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy

An eclectic group of winners at the Mons International Love Film Festival
The Tribe by Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy

The 31st edition of the Mons International Love Film Festival ended last Friday, crowning the Korean film A Girl at My Door by July Jung. World cinema was honoured by the winners, as the Coup de Cœur, as well as the award for Best Actor went to the Turkish film Song of My Mother [+see also:
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by Erol Mintas, while the Screenplay Award and the Cinéfemme Award went to the Chilean film La Voz en Off [+see also:
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by Cristián Jiménez. The award for Best Actress was won by Nina Hoss for her performance in the German movie Phoenix [+see also:
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by Christian Petzold

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The Festival also organises a European competition, in which the awards are granted by a jury made up of seven young professionals. The jury this year chose to crown the Ukrainian film The Tribe [+see also:
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by Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy, while the Cineuropa Award was granted to the debut English feature The Goob [+see also:
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interview: Guy Myhill
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by Guy Myhill, discovered during the last Venice Film Festival. It’s a film about learning, set in summertime in the Norfolk countryside, about a 16-year-old teen named Goob (played by newcomer Liam Walpole), and his relationship with his mother’s new lover, Gene (played by Sean Harris), a cold and aggressive man. The Award for Best Photography went to Simon Beaufils for Fidelio, Alice’s Journey [+see also:
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interview: Lucie Borleteau
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by Lucie Borleteau (France).

Amongs the remaining winners is the BeTV Award that went to Belgian film All Cats are Grey [+see also:
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, the debut feature by director Savina Dellicour, with Bouli Lanners and Anne Coesens, who had already at the beginning of the year won the award for Best Film in the international competition at the Santa Barbara Film Festival, as well as the Audience Award at the Annonay Film Festival. The Audience Award went to the Italian film The Dinner [+see also:
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interview: Ivano De Matteo
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by Ivano De Matteo, discovered also during the last Venice Film Festival, where it received the Europa Cinémas Label for Best European Film. 

(Translated from French)

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