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CINÉAST 2021 Premios

Murina se lleva el Gran Premio en CinÉast

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- El relato de iniciación de Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović, que ya se llevó la Cámara de Oro en Cannes, recibió el galardón principal en Luxemburgo tras 17 días de festival

Murina se lleva el Gran Premio en CinÉast
La entrega del Gran Premio CinÉast a Murina, de Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović (© Dalboyne)

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After 17 days offering a platform for films from Central and Eastern Europe, the 14th edition of CinÉast (7-24 October) has come to an end. A total of 55 fiction features and documentaries, as well as 35 shorts, were screened in Luxembourg City and several other cities in the country. The films came from 20 different countries, and there was a special focus on Slovenia this year.

The programme also included photography exhibitions, concerts, panels and special meetings. One of these took place on the closing day of the festival with Romanian director Radu Jude. The latter not only presented his newest film, Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn [+lee también:
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, which won the Golden Bear for Best Film at this year's Berlinale, but was also the chair of the international jury invited by the festival to hand out two of the main prizes to films in the competition (which saw a total of seven movies locking horns).

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The Grand Prix went to the coming-of-age film Murina [+lee también:
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by Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović. The jury stated that the story is “told with graceful vigour and with an incredibly detailed mise-en-scène”. The jury was made up of a total of five members: besides director-scriptwriter Radu Jude, it included Czech director Michaela Pavlátová, Luxembourgish producer-director Nicolas Steil, Luxembourgish actress-director Larisa Faber and Belgian co-director of the Brussels International Film Festival Céline Masset. Moreover, they decided on the winner of the Special Jury Prize. This went to Małgorzata Szumowska and Michał Englert's tragicomedy Never Gonna Snow Again [+lee también:
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because of “its well-crafted social critique, mesmerising cinematography and for its magical realism”.

From among the same selection of seven films, which also included Celts [+lee también:
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by Milica Tomović (Serbia), Forest – I See You Everywhere [+lee también:
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by Bence Fliegauf (Hungary), Inventory [+lee también:
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by Darko Sinko (Slovenia), Saving One Who Was Dead [+lee también:
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by Václav Kadrnka (Czech Republic) and Miracle [+lee también:
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by Bogdan George Apetri (Romania), the Press Jury chose Apetri's drama with comical elements as the winner of the Critics’ Prize. The jury was composed of three members: Gabrielle Seil (Revue), Tobias Keßler (Saarbrücker Zeitung) and Teresa Vena (Cineuropa, freelancer). In their statement, they said: “Through a single detail, like someone's taste in music, the film evokes in an unpretentious way a feeling of longing for a so-called better past – and an uncertain future. With precise dialogue, it deals with important topics such as religion and gender roles, and shows that it is in personal relationships where political relevance lies.”

This year, for the first time, the festival put together a special jury of young people who also voted for their favourite film at the gathering. They bestowed the Young Talents Award upon a filmmaker from the new generation – namely, Polish director Dawid Nickel for his coming-of-age story Love Tasting [+lee también:
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This second hybrid edition of CinÉast ended on a positive note, as its director, Radek Lipka, and artistic director, Hynek Dedecius, handed over the prizes to the winners virtually, in a symbolic gesture, before bringing the festival to a close with the animated film My Sunny Maad [+lee también:
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by Michaela Pavlátová.

Here is the complete list of award winners at the 14th edition of CinÉast:

Grand Prix
Murina [+lee también:
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– Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović (Croatia/Brazil/USA/Slovenia)

Special Jury Prize
Never Gonna Snow Again [+lee también:
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- Małgorzata Szumowska, Michał Englert (Poland/Germany)

Critics' Prize
Miracle [+lee también:
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– Bogdan George Apetri (Romania)

Young Talents Award for Documentary Film
Love Tasting [+lee también:
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– Dawid Nickel (Poland)

Audience Award – Best Feature
Love Around the World [+lee también:
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- Davor and Andjela Rostuhar (Croatia)

Audience Award – Best Short Film – Fiction
Boredom – Alicia Bednáriková (Slovakia)

Audience Award – Best Short Film – Documentary
Stolen Fish – Gosia Juszczak (Poland)

Audience Award – Best Short Film – Animation
Red Shoes – Anna Podskalská (Czech Republic)

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