Alfred Bauer Prize

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The Alfred Bauer Prize is an annual film award, presented by the Berlin International Film Festival, as part of its Silver Bear series of awards, to a film that "opens new perspectives on cinematic art".

Prize Winners[edit]

Year Film Director Nationality
1987 Mauvais Sang Léos Carax  France
1989 The Servant Vadim Abdrashitov  Soviet Union
1990 The Guard Aleksandr Rogozhkin  Soviet Union
1992 Infinitas Marlen Khutsiev  Russia
1994 Hwa-Om-Kyung Jang Sun-woo  South Korea
1996 Strangled Lives Ricky Tognazzi  Italy
1997 Romeo + Juliet Baz Luhrmann  Australia
1998 Hold You Tight Stanley Kwan  Hong Kong
1999 Karnaval Thomas Vincent  France
2000 Boy's Choir Akira Ogata  Japan
2001 La Ciénaga Lucrecia Martel  Argentina
2002 Baader Christopher Roth  Germany
2003 Hero Zhang Yimou  China
2004 Maria Full of Grace Joshua Marston  United States
2005 The Wayward Cloud Tsai Ming-liang  Taiwan
2006 The Minder Rodrigo Moreno  Argentina
2007 I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK Park Chan-wook  South Korea
2008 Lake Tahoe Fernando Eimbcke  Mexico
2009 Giant Adrían Biniez  Uruguay /  Argentina
Sweet Rush (Tatarak) Andrzej Wajda  Poland
2010 If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle Florin Șerban  Romania
2011 If Not Us, Who? Andres Veiel  Germany
2012 Tabu Miguel Gomes  Portugal
2013 Vic and Flo Saw a Bear Denis Côté  Canada
2014 Life of Riley Alain Resnais  France

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