FIPRESCI awards Mundruczó Delta
by Camillo De Marco
The FIPRESCI jury of international critics of the Cannes Film Festival presented its award this year to Kornél Mundruczó’s Hungarian film Delta [+see also:
interview: Kornél Mundruczó
interview: Orsi Tóth
film profile], selected in official competition (see article).
The Un Certain Regard winner is is Hunger [+see also:
interview: Laura Hastings-Smith Robi…
interview: Steve McQueen
film profile] by UK filmmaker Steve McQueen (see news). Eldorado [+see also:
film profile] by Belgium’s Bouli Lanners was chosen from the Directors' Fortnight (see news).
For his Sanguepazzo [+see also:
film profile], presented at the Cannes as a Special Event Screening out of competition, Marco Tullio Giordana was given the François Chalais Award, named in honour the French critic and given under the patronage of the Minister of Culture and the CNC in association with France 2. The film is on release in Italy on 160 screens through 01 Distribution (see news).
(Translated from Italian)
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