The Winners of ”Sose 2016” International Film Festival

“Sose 2016” International Film Festival crossed the border.  104 films from 38 countries, one week in a row screenings was in various venues and cultural centers, discussions with authors and not only. And today, at Arno Babajanyan concert hall was held the festival’s Award.

 

As a preliminary selection of films the winners of the competition program are also allot by the international jury members, which also includes the Armenian specialists.

 

Most films are sent from France, Russia and the USA. There are 12 films from Armenia which passed the pre-selection. Among the winning films, however, there are no Armenian films.

 

The categories and the winning films below,

 

 

”Content is Woman” main competition program

Feature Long Films

Best Script – Pierre Sanoussi-Bliss “Sisters! Share Everything”, Germany

Best Cinematography – Valery Mulgaut “Temptation”, Russian Federation

Best Actress – Laura de la Uz “Dark Glasses”, Cuba

Best Actor – Fedor Dobronravov “Temptation”, Russian Federation

Best Director – Alexander Tyutryumov “Temptation”, Russian Federation

 

Feature Short Films

Best Script – Marco Gadge “He and She”, Germany

Best Cinematography – Nils A. Witt “My Last Concert”, Germany

Best Director – Selcuk Cara “My Last Concert”, Germany

Best Picture – “Wintry Spring”, Egypt

 

Documentary Films

Best Cinematography – Nebojsa Slijepcevic, “Something About Life”, Croatia

Best Picture – ”After the Curtain”, the USA

 

”Independence” Special Competition Program 

Feature Short Films

Best Interpretation – “Ardak”, Iran

 

Documentary Films

Best Interpretation – “Three Candles. Scars from the Balkan Wars”, Bulgaria

                        

”H2O” special competition program

Feature Short Films

Best Interpretation – “To the Sea”, Turkey

 

Documentary Films

Best Interpretation – “The Ripple Effect”, Pakistan

 

”Student” competition program

Feature Short Films

Best Student Work – “Hasti”, Iran

 

Documentary Films

Best Student Work – “Drago”, Italy