International Film Awards 2008

International Film Awards 2008

Table
International Film Awards 2008
Golden Globes, awarded in Beverly Hills, California, in January 2008
Best drama Atonement (U.K./France; director, Joe Wright)
Best musical or comedy Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (U.S./U.K.; director, Tim Burton)
Best director Julian Schnabel (Le Scaphandre et le papillon [The Diving Bell and the Butterfly], France/U.S.)
Best actress, drama Julie Christie (Away from Her, Canada)
Best actor, drama Daniel Day-Lewis (There Will Be Blood, U.S.)
Best actress, musical or comedy Marion Cotillard (La Môme [The Passionate Life of Edith Piaf; La Vie en rose], France/U.K./Czech Republic)
Best actor, musical or comedy Johnny Depp (Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, U.S./U.K.)
Best foreign-language film Le Scaphandre et le papillon (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly) (France/U.S.; director, Julian Schnabel)
Sundance Film Festival, awarded in Park City, Utah, in January 2008
Grand Jury Prize, dramatic film Frozen River (U.S.; director, Courtney Hunt)
Grand Jury Prize, documentary Trouble the Water (U.S.; directors, Carl Deal and Tia Lessin)
Audience Award, dramatic film The Wackness (U.S.; director, Jonathan Levine)
Audience Award, documentary Fields of Fuel (U.S.; director, Josh Tickell)
World Cinema Jury Prize, dramatic film Ping-pongkingen (Sweden; director, Jens Jonsson)
World Cinema Jury Prize, documentary Man on Wire (U.K.; director, James Marsh)
Best director, dramatic film Lance Hammer (Ballast, U.S.)
Best director, documentary Nanette Burstein (American Teen, U.S.)
British Academy of Film and Television Arts, awarded in London in February 2008
Best film Atonement (U.K./France; director, Joe Wright)
Best director Joel Coen and Ethan Coen (No Country for Old Men, U.S.)
Best actress Marion Cotillard (La Môme [The Passionate Life of Edith Piaf; La Vie en rose], France/U.K./Czech Republic)
Best actor Daniel Day-Lewis (There Will Be Blood, U.S.)
Best supporting actress Tilda Swinton (Michael Clayton, U.S.)
Best supporting actor Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men, U.S.)
Best foreign-language film Das Leben der Anderen (Germany; director, Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck)
Berlin International Film Festival, awarded in February 2008
Golden Bear Tropa de elite (Brazil; director, José Padilha)
Silver Bear (Grand Jury Prize) Standard Operating Procedure (U.S.; director, Errol Morris)
Best director Paul Thomas Anderson (There Will Be Blood, U.S.)
Best actress Sally Hawkins (Happy-Go-Lucky, U.K.)
Best actor Reza Najie (Mohammed Amir Naji) (Avaze gonjeshk-ha, Iran)
Césars (France), awarded in Paris in February 2008
Best film La Graine et le mulet (Couscous) (France; director, Abdellatif Kechiche)
Best director Abdellatif Kechiche (La Graine et le mulet [Couscous], France)
Best actress Marion Cotillard (La Môme [The Passionate Life of Edith Piaf; La Vie en rose], France/U.K./Czech Republic)
Best actor Mathieu Amalric (Le Scaphandre et le papillon [The Diving Bell and the Butterfly], France/U.S.)
Most promising actor Laurent Stocker (Ensemble, c'est tout, France)
Most promising actress Hafsi Herzi (La Graine et le mulet [Couscous], France)
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscars; U.S.), awarded in Los Angeles in February 2008
Best film No Country for Old Men (U.S.; directors, Ethan Coen and Joel Coen)
Best director Ethan Coen and Joel Coen (No Country for Old Men, U.S.)
Best actress Marion Cotillard (La Môme [The Passionate Life of Edith Piaf; La Vie en rose], France/U.K./Czech Republic)
Best actor Daniel Day-Lewis (There Will Be Blood, U.S.)
Best supporting actress Tilda Swinton (Michael Clayton, U.S.)
Best supporting actor Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men, U.S.)
Best foreign-language film Die Fälscher (The Counterfeiter) (Austria/Germany; director, Stefan Ruzowitzky)
Best animated film Ratatouille (U.S.; director, Brad Bird)
Cannes Festival, France, awarded in May 2008
Palme d'Or Entre les mures (The Class) (France; director, Laurent Cantet)
Grand Prix Gomorra (Gomorrah) (Italy; director, Matteo Garrone)
Jury Prize Il divo (Italy/France; director, Paolo Sorrentino)
Best director Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Uc maymun [Three Monkeys], France/Italy/Turkey)
Best actress Sandra Corveloni (Linha de passe, Brazil)
Best actor Benicio Del Toro (Che, France/Spain/U.S.)
Caméra d'Or Hunger (U.K./Ireland; director, Steve McQueen)
Locarno International Film Festival, Switzerland, awarded in August 2008
Golden Leopard Parque vía (Mexico; director, Enrique Rivero)
Special Jury Prize 33 sceny z zycia (33 Scenes from Life) (Germany/Poland; director, Malgorzata Szumowska)
Best actress Ilaria Occhini (Mar nero, Italy/Romania/France)
Best actor Tayanc Ayaydin (Pazar: Bir ticaret masali, Germany/Turkey/U.K./Kazakhstan)
Montreal World Film Festival, awarded in September 2008
Grand Prix of the Americas (best film) Okuribito (Departures) (Japan; director, Yojiro Takita)
Best actress Barbara Sukowa (Die Entdeckung der Currywurst [The Invention of the Curried Sausage], Germany)
Best actor Erick Cañete (El viaje de Teo [Teo's Voyage], Mexico)
Best director Goran Markovic (Turneja [The Tour], Serbia/Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Special Grand Prix of the Jury Ce qu'il faut pour vivre (The Necessities of Life) (Canada; director, Benoît Pilon)
Best screenplay Bienvenido a Farewell-Gutmann (Welcome to Farewell-Gutmann) (Spain; writers, Jesús G. Vilda and Xavi Puebla); Dare mo mamotte kurenai (Nobody to Watch over Me; The Guardian) (Japan; writer, Ryoichi Kimizuka)
International film critics award Turneja (The Tour) (Serbia/Bosnia and Herzegovina; director, Goran Markovic)
Venice Film Festival, awarded in September 2008
Golden Lion The Wrestler (U.S.; director, Darren Aronofsky)
Special Jury Prize Teza (Ethiopia/Germany/France; director, Haile Gerima)
Volpi Cup, best actress Dominique Blanc (L'Autre [Occupation; The Other One], France)
Volpi Cup, best actor Silvio Orlando (Il papà di Giovanna [Giovanna's Father], Italy)
Silver Lion, best director Aleksey German, Jr. (Bumaznyj soldat, Russia)
Marcello Mastroianni Award (best young actor or actress) Jennifer Lawrence (The Burning Plain, U.S.)
Luigi De Laurentiis Award (best first film) Pranzo di ferragosto (Mid-August Lunch) (Italy; director, Gianni Di Gregorio)
Toronto International Film Festival, awarded in September 2008
Best Canadian feature film Lost Song (director, Rodrigue Jean)
Best Canadian first feature Le Jour avant le lendemain (Before Tomorrow) (directors, Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Madeline Ivalu)
Best Canadian short film Block B (director, Christopher Chan Fui Chong)
International film critics award Lymelife (U.S.; director, Derick Martini); Disgrace (Australia/South Africa; director, Steve Jacobs)
People's Choice Award Slumdog Millionaire (U.K./U.S.; director, Danny Boyle)
San Sebastián International Film Festival, Spain, awarded in September 2008
Best film Pandoranin kutusu (Pandora's Box) (Turkey/France/Germany/Belgium; director, Yesim Ustaoglu)
Special Jury Prize Asbe du-pa (Two-Legged Horse) (Iran; director, Samira Makhmalbaf)
Best director Michael Winterbottom (Genova, U.K.)
Best actress Melissa Leo (Frozen River, U.S.); Tsilla Chelton (Pandoranin kutusu [Pandora's Box], Turkey/France/Germany/Belgium)
Best actor Oscar Martínez (El nido vacío [Empty Nest], Argentina/Spain/France/Italy)
Best cinematography Hugo Colace (El nido vacío [Empty Nest], Argentina/Spain/France/Italy)
New directors prize Cao Baoping (Li mi de cai xiang [The Equation of Love and Death], Hong Kong/China)
International film critics award Tiro en la cabeza (Spain/France; director, Jaime Rosales)
Vancouver International Film Festival, awarded in October 2008
People's Choice Award (most popular Canadian film) Mothers&Daughters (director, Carl Bessai)
People's Choice Award (most popular international film) Il y a longtemps que je t'aime (France/Germany; director, Philippe Claudel)
National Film Board Best Canadian Documentary Award Fiercelight: When Spirit Meets Action (director, Velcrow Ripper)
Citytv Western Canada Feature Film Award Fifty Dead Men Walking (director, Kari Skogland)
Kyoto Planet "Climate for Change" Award Blue Gold: World Water Wars (U.S.; director, Sam Bozzo)
Dragons and Tigers Award for Young Cinema Perfect Life (China/Hong Kong; director, Emily Tang)
Chicago International Film Festival, awarded in October 2008
Gold Hugo (best film) Hunger (U.K./Ireland; director, Steve McQueen)
Silver Hugo (Special Jury Prize) Tokyo sonata (Tokyo Sonata) (Japan/Netherlands/Hong Kong; director, Kiyoshi Kurosawa)
Best documentary Valentino: The Last Emperor (U.S.; director, Matt Tyrnauer)
European Film Awards, awarded in Berlin in December 2008
Best European film Gomorra (Gomorrah) (Italy; director, Matteo Garrone)
Best actress Kristin Scott Thomas (Il y a longtemps que je t'aime, France/Germany)
Best actor Toni Servillo (Il divo, Italy/France, and Gomorra [Gomorrah], Italy)
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