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FESTIVALS: Mali Wins the 65th Pula Film Festival Featured

2018-07-23
FESTIVALS: Mali Wins the 65th Pula Film Festival Pula Film Festival

PULA: Mali, directed by  Antonio Nuić, was awarded Grand Golden Arena for best festival film at the 65th Pula Film Festival, which wrapped on 22 July 2018. 

Nevio Marasović was awarded best director for Comic Sans in the same category (Croatian films), while The Frog by Elmir Jukić, a coproduction between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, was awarded best Croatian minority coproduction.

The 65th Pula Film Festival was organised with the support of the Ministry of Culture of Republic of Croatia, City of Pula, Istria County, the Croatian National Tourist Board, the Tourism Office Pula, the Istria Tourist Board and Hrvatski Telekom.      

FULL LIST OF WINNERS:

Croatian Programme – Croatian Films:

Grand Golden Arena for Best Festival Film:
Mali
Directed by Antonio Nuić
Produced by Propeler film
Supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Center

Golden Arena for Best Director:
Nevio Marasović for Comic Sans
Produced by Kinorama
Supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Center

Golden Arena for Best Script:
Sara Hribar for Lada Kamenski
Directed by Sara Hribar and Marko Šantić
Produced by Sekvenca
Coproduced by Peglanje snova, Antitalent

Golden Arena for Best Actress:
Doris Šarić-Kukuljica for Lada Kamenski
Directed by Sara Hribar and Marko Šantić

Golden Arena for Best Actor:
Janko Popović Volarić for Comic Sans
Directed by Nevio Marasović

Golden Arena for Best Supporting Actress:
Nataša Janjić for Comic Sans
Directed by Nevio Marasović

Golden Arena for Best Supporting Actor:
Borko Perić for The Eight Commissioner (Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Directed by Ivan Salaj
Produced by Alka-Film Zagreb
Coproduced by Embrio Production, Olimp Produkcija

Golden Globe for Best Cinematography:
Radislav Jovanov Gonzo, Luka Matić and Dubravka Kurobasa for Deep Cuts
Directed by Filip Peruzović, Filip Mojzeš, Dubravka Turić
Produced by Kinematograf

Golden Globe for Best Editing:
Tomislav Pavlić for Comic Sans
Directed by Nevio Marasović

The Breza Award for Best Newcomer:
Sara Hribar for co-directing Lada Kamenski

Golden Arena for Sound Design:
Julij Zornik for Comic Sans
Directed by Nevio Marasović

Golden Arena for Best Make-up:
Sanja Rivić for Exorcism
Directed by Dalibor Matanić
Produced by Kinogerila

Golden Arena for Best Visual Effects:
Tomislav Vujnović, Antonio Patljak, Siniša Mataić and Sandrino Požežanac for The Eight Commissioner (Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Directed by Ivan Salaj

Golden Arena for Best Special Effects:
Saša Budimiru for Mali
Directed by Antonio Nuić

Golden Arena for Best Costume Design:
Morana Starčević for The Eighth Commissioner
Directed by Ivan Salaj 

Golden Arena for Best Art Direction:
Ivana Škrabalo for The Eighth Commissioner
Directed by Ivan Salaj 

Golden Arena for Best Music:
Alen and Nenad Sinkauz for The Eighth Commissioner
Directed by Ivan Salaj 

Croatian Programme Jury Awards – Minority Coproductions:          

Golden Arena for Best Film:
The Frog (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia)
Directed by Elmir Jukić
Produced by Rеfresh Production
Coproduced by Skopje Film StudioLiving Pictures and Propeler Film
Supported by the BiH Film Fund, the Macedonian Film Agency and Eurimages

Golden Arena for Best Director:
Elmir Jukić for The Frog  

Golden Arena for Best Acting Performance:
Maruša Majer for the role in Ivan (Slovenia, Croatia)
Directed by Janez Burger
Produced by Staragara 
Coproduced by Propeler Film, RTV Slovenija, Tramal films
Supported by the Slovenian Film Center, FS Viba, the Croatian Audiovisual Center, Eurimages

Awards of the Fedeora Jury (Federation of Film Critics of Europe and the Mediterranean):

Best Croatian Feature Film:
Lada Kamenski
Directed by Sara Hribar and Marko Šantić

Best Minority Coproduction:
The Frog (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia)
Directed by Elmir Jukić 

Oktavijan Award (awarded by the Croatian Film Critics' Association):
Mali 
Directed by Antonio Nuić

Golden Gate of Pula Audience Award:
Comic Sans
Directed by Nevio Marasović

 

The 1st Matchmaking Forum winners:

Work in Progress:

Negative Numbers (Geogia, France, Italy)
Directed by Uta Beria
Produced by Magnet films
Coproduced by Alief, Wide, Simone Banchi, 39Films
Supported by the Georgian National Film Center, Eurimages

Co-Production Market:

The Great Tram Robbery (Serbia, Croatia)
Directed by Slobodan Šijan
Produced by Gargantua Films
Coproduced by Maxima film 
Supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre, Film Center Serbia

Wide Management Award:

One of Us (Croatia) documentary
Directed by Đuro Gavran

Matchmaking Books and Film section award:

Invisible Woman and Other Stories (Croatia)
Written by Slavenka Drakulic

Special Mention:

Invisible (Lithuania)
Written by Ignas Jonynas

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