Goran Radovanović’s Enclave comes out on top at Bergamo
by Camillo De Marco
- Home Care took home the second prize in the competition, while third place went to 2 Nights Till Morning
Enclave [+see also:
film profile] by Goran Radovanović, a co-production between Germany and Serbia, was the winning film in the Competition Section of the 34th Bergamo Film Meeting. The award, which consists of a cash prize of €5,000, is intended to be a tangible way of providing aid to those productions that invest in young auteurs, as well as a way of showing appreciation for quality cinema. Yesterday, Davide Ferrario, the president of the festival, gave out the awards voted on by the public.
Home Care [+see also:
interview: Slávek Horák
film profile] by Slávek Horák (Czech Republic, Slovakia) took home the second prize in the Competition, while third place was snapped up by 2 Nights Till Morning [+see also:
interview: Mikko Kuparinen
film profile] by Mikko Kuparinen, a co-production between Finland and Lithuania. Meanwhile, We Cannot Dream a Bright Blue Sky by Carmen Tartarotti received the Best Documentary Award.
Over nine days, the 34th edition of the Bergamo Film Meeting had more than 140 films on offer – including features, documentaries and shorts – as well as premieres, cult movies and meetings with auteurs. It boasted visits from various guests, such as Anna Karina, Shane Meadows, Petr Zelenka, Jasmila Žbanić, Vladimir Leschiov and Keren Cytter.
Here is the full list of winners:
CGIL Bergamo Best Documentary Award
We Cannot Dream a Bright Blue Sky – Carmen Tartarotti
(Translated from Italian)