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VENICE 2013 Awards

Miss Violence wins the Fedeora

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- The federation, born in Cannes in 2010 with a seat in London, is composed of European critics from countries bordering on the Mediterranean sea

Miss Violence wins the Fedeora

FEDEORA is a federation born in Cannes in 2010 with a seat in London and made out of European critics from countries bordering on the Mediterranean sea. FEDEORA places juries and gives out prizes in some of the world’s most important film festivals, organises conferences, publishes critical articles, essays and reports on its own website.

For the first time, FEDEORA was present in Venice, with a jury that chose best films from the Venice Days and Critics’ Week sections, as well as the best film from the Mediterranean region from the Venice Film Festival’s official selection.

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The jury was made up of: Dubravka Lakic (Serbia), Eva af Geijerstam (Sweden), Ninos Mikelides (Greece), Nenad Dukic (Serbia), Zlatko Vidackovic (Croatia).

The following is the Fedeora 2013 award list: 

Venice 70
Prize for best film from the European Mediterranean region:
Miss Violence [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Alexandros Avranas
film profile
]
 by Alexandros Avranas

Venice Days
Best Film: 
Bethlehem [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Yuval Adler
film profile
]
 by Yuval Adler

Best emerging director: 
Milko Lazarov for Alienation [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Milko Lazarov
film profile
]

Special Mention: 
La Belle Vie [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Jean Denizot
film profile
]
 by Jean Denizot

International Critics’ Week

Best Film: 
Class Enemy [+see also:
film review
trailer
interview: Rok Biček
interview: Rok Bicek
interview: Rok Bicek
film profile
]
 by Rok Biček

Award for best photography: 
Inti Briones for Las Niñas Quispe [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
 by Sebastián Sepúlveda

Special Mention: 
Actor Giuseppe Battiston in Zoran, il mio nipote scemo [+see also:
film review
trailer
making of
interview: Matteo Oleotto
film profile
]
 by Matteo Oleotto

Special Mention: 
Anna Odell for the entire body of work she produced for The Reunion [+see also:
film review
trailer
film profile
]
 

(Translated from Italian)

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