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‘To Kill a Watermelon’ winner at Warsaw fest
    2017-October-23  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

“TO Kill a Watermelon” (“Sha Gua”) from Chinese director Gao Zehao was awarded the Grand Prix of the 33rd Warsaw International Film Festival, which drew to a close in the Polish capital Saturday.

Also among the winners were French director Joan Chemla with the best director’s award for “If You Saw His Heart.”

The special jury award went to Allen Dizon and Angelie Sanoy, the stars of “The Bomb” by Philippine director Ralston Gonzales Jover.

The special mention was awarded to the Slovenian/Croatian co-production “The Miner,” directed by Hanna Slak.

The jury of the 1-2 competition, which included directors’ first and second features, presented its award to the Danish film “The Charmer,” directed by Milad Alami.

“The Rules for Everything” by Norwegian director Kim Hiorthoy won the Free Spirit competition.

The best documentary feature award went to Arunas Matelis’ “Wonderful Losers,” co-produced by Lithuania, Latvia, Italy and Belgium.

The festival also hosted Warsaw Industry Days, a reformed version of its traditional industry events.

(SD-Agencies)

 

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