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Berlinale Awards 2020 and its Bears

The Bear it the symbol of the Berlinale the German Film Festival
The Bear it the symbol of the Berlinale - Fot. Paul

PRIZES OF THE INTERNATIONAL JURY
Members of the Jury: Jeremy Irons (Jury President), Bérénice Bejo, Bettina Brokemper, Annemarie Jacir, Kenneth Lonergan, Luca Marinelli, Kleber Mendonça Filho

GOLDEN BEAR FOR BEST FILM (awarded to the film’s producers)
Sheytan vojud nadarad
There Is No Evil
Es gibt kein Böses
by Mohammad Rasoulof
produced by Mohammad Rasoulof, Kaveh Farnam, Farzad Pak

SILVER BEAR GRAND JURY PRIZE
Never Rarely Sometimes Always
by Eliza Hittman

SILVER BEAR FOR BEST DIRECTOR
Hong Sangsoo for
Domangchin yeoja (The Woman Who Ran | Die Frau, die rannte)

SILVER BEAR FOR BEST ACTRESS
Paula Beer in Undine by Christian Petzold

SILVER BEAR FOR BEST ACTOR
Elio Germano in Volevo nascondermi (Hidden Away) by Giorgio Diritti

SILVER BEAR FOR BEST SCREENPLAY
D'Innocenzo Brothers for
Favolacce (Bad Tales)
by D'Innocenzo Brothers

SILVER BEAR FOR OUTSTANDING ARTISTIC CONTRIBUTION
Jürgen Jürges for the cinematography in
DAU. Natasha by Ilya Khrzhanovskiy, Jekaterina Oertel

SILVER BEAR - -- 70TH BERLINALE
Effacer l’historique
Delete History
by Benoît Delépine, Gustave Kervern

PRIZES OF THE ENCOUNTERS JURY
Members of the Jury: Shôzô Ichiyama, Dominga Sotomayor, Eva Trobisch

BEST FILM
The Works and Days (of Tayoko Shiojiri in the Shiotani Basin)
by C.W. Winter, Anders Edström

SPECIAL JURY AWARD
The Trouble With Being Born
by Sandra Wollner

BEST DIRECTOR
Malmkrog
by Cristi Puiu

SPECIAL MENTION
Isabella
by Matías Piñeiro

GWFF BEST FIRST FEATURE AWARD
Members of the Jury: Ognjen Glavonić, Hala Lotfy, Gonzalo de Pedro Amatria

GWFF BEST FIRST FEATURE AWARD endowed with € 50,000, funded by GWFF
Los conductos
by Camilo Restrepo
produced by Helen Olive, Martin Bertier, Felipe Guerrero

SPECIAL MENTION
Nackte Tiere (Naked Animals)
by Melanie Waelde
produced by Anja Wedell

BERLINALE DOCUMENTARY AWARD
Members of the Jury: Gerd Kroske, Marie Losier, Alanis Obomsawin

BERLINALE DOCUMENTARY AWARD endowed with € 40,000, funded by Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (rbb)
Irradiés Irradiated
by Rithy Panhproduced by Catherine Dussart

SPECIAL MENTION
Aufzeichnungen aus der Unterwelt Notes from the Underworld
by Tizza Covi, Rainer Frimmel
produced by Tizza Covi, Rainer Frimmel

The Honorary Golden Bear is awarded to Dame Helen Mirren for her lifetime achievement. 

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