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Berlinale 2022. Awards

And the winners of the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival are…

(Jury: M. Night Shyamalan, Karim Aïnouz, Saïd Ben Saïd, Anne Zohra Berrached, Tsitsi Dangarembga, Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, Connie Nielsen)
Golden Bear
Alcarràs (Carla Simón)
Silver Bear — Grand Jury Prize
The Novelist’s Film (Hong Sang-soo)
Silver Bear — Jury Prize
Robe of Gems (Natalia Lopez Gallardo)
Silver Bear for Best Director
Silver Bear for Best Leading Performance
Silver Bear for Best Supporting Performance
Laura Basuki (Nana)
Silver Bear for Best Screenplay
Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Contribution
Silver Bear — Special Mention
A Piece of Sky (Michael Koch)
(Jury: Chiara Marañón, Ben Rivers, Silvan Zürcher)
Award for Best Film
MUTZENBACHER (Ruth Beckermann)
Special Jury Award
See You Friday, Robinson (Mitra Farahani)
Award for Best Director
Cyril Schäublin (Unrest)
(Jury: Daniela Cajías, Nicola Jones, Samuel Kishi Leopo)
Grand Prix for Best Film
The Quiet Girl (Colm Bairéad)
Special Mention
Shabu (Shamira Raphaëla)
Best Short Film
Deer (Hadi Babaeifar)
Special Mention
To Vancouver (Artemis Anastasiadou)
(Jury: Paolo Bertolin, Rubika Shah, Dash Shaw)
Grand Prix for Best Film
Kind Hearts (Olivia Rochette, Gerard-Jan Claes)
Scheme (Farkhat Sharipov)
Best Short Film
Goodybye Jérôme! (Adam Sillard, Gabrielle Selnet, Chloé Farr)
Special Mention
Blue Noise (Simon Maria Kubiena)
Tinashé (Tig Terera)
(Jury: Rosa Barba, Payal Kapadia, Reinhard W. Wolf)
Golden Bear for Best Short Film
Trap (Anastasia Veber)
Silver Bear Jury Prize
Sunday Morning (Bruno Ribeiro)
Special Mention
Bird in the Peninsula (Atsushi Wada)

GWFF Best First Feature Award
Sonne (Kurdwin Ayub)
Berlinale Documentary Award
Myanmar Diaries (The Myanmar Film Collective)
Special Mention
No U-Turn (Ike Nnaebue)


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