Calvary, Boyhood Win Berlin Prizes

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Calvary, Boyhood Win Berlin Prizes


Rosser, Michael, Screen International


Other winners of the independent jury awards at the Berlin Film Festival include Stations of the Cross, At Home and documentary The Square.

Ahead of this evening's glitzy Berlinale awards ceremony, when the winners of the coveted Golden and Silver Bears will be announced, the festival has revealed films chosen for additional prizes by the Independent Juries.

Richard Linklater's Boyhood, which was shot over a 12-year period and topped Screen's jury grid, picked up two awards: the Prize of the Guild Of German Art House Cinemas and the Berliner Morgenpost Readers' Jury Award.

The Ecumenical Jury named Dietrich Brüggemann's Stations of the Cross (Kreuzweg) best Competition film; John Michael McDonagh's Calvary best film in the Panorama strand; and Athanasios Karanikolas At Home (Sto spiti) best Forum film.

Jehane Noujaim's documentary The Square (Al midan), about the ongoing uprising in Egypt, added to its growing haul of festival prizes with the Amnesty International Film Prize.

Australian film 52 Tuesdays, which picked up the Crystal Bear for Best Film in Berlin's Generation 14plus strand, won the Else - Siegessäule Readers' Jury Award.Winners listPRIZES OF THE INDEPENDENT JURIES PRIZES OF THE ECUMENICAL JURY

Best Competition filmStations of the Cross (Kreuzweg) by Dietrich Brüggemann

Special Mention'71 by Yann Demange

Best Panorama filmCalvary by John Michael McDonagh

Special MentionTriptych (Triptyque) by Robert Lepage, Pedro Pires

Best Forum filmAt Home (Sto spiti) by Athanasios KaranikolasAMNESTY INTERNATIONAL FILM PRIZE

The Square (Al midan) by Jehane NoujaimFGYO-AWARD DIALOGUE EN PERSPECTIVE ([euro]5,000)

Anywhere Else (Anderswo) by Ester Amrami

Special Mentionfog (nebel) by Nicole VögelePRIZE OF THE GUILD OF GERMAN ART HOUSE CINEMAS

Best Competition filmBoyhood by Richard LinklaterCICAE ART CINEMA AWARD

Panorama JuryThe Lamb (Kuzu) by Kutlug Ataman

Forum JuryShe's Lost Control by Anja MarquardtNETPAC PRIZE

A Dream of Iron (Cheol-ae-kum) by Kelvin Kyung Kun Park

and

Non-fiction Diary by Jung Yoon-sukBERLINER MORGENPOST READERS' JURY AWARD

Boyhood by Richard LinklaterTAGESSPIEGEL READERS' JURY AWARD

Velvet Terrorists (Zamatoví teroristi) by Pavol Pekarcík, Ivan Ostrochovský, Peter KerekesELSE - SIEGESSÄULE READERS' JURY AWARD

52 Tuesdays by Sophie HydeInternational Short Film Jury PrizesDAAD SHORT FILM PRIZE

Person to Person by Dustin Guy DefaBERLIN SHORT FILM NOMINEE FOR THE EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS

The Jury appoints as Berlin Short Film Nominee for the European Film AwardsTaprobana by Gabriel Abrantes

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