Jury Grand Prix

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The Jury Grand Prix (also Grand Jury Prize, Grand Prize of the Jury) is a Silver Bear award given by the jury at the Berlin International Film Festival to one of the feature films in competition. It is the runner-up to the Golden Bear prize and is considered the second most prestigious prize at the festival.[1]

The award was first introduced at the 15th Berlin International Film Festival in 1965. The prize was also formerly known as the Special Jury Prize. In 2000 at the 50th Berlin International Film Festival, its title was officially changed to "Jury Grand Prix".

Awards[edit]

Year Film Director Nationality of Director
1965 Le Bonheur (Happiness) Agnès Varda  France
Repulsion Roman Polanski  Poland
1966 Schonzeit Für Füchse (No Shooting Time for Foxes) Peter Schamoni  West Germany
1967 Alle Jahre Wieder Ulrich Schamoni  West Germany
La Collectionneuse Éric Rohmer  France
1968 Innocence Unprotected (Nevinost Bez Zastite) Dušan Makavejev  Yugoslavia
Signs of Life (Lebenszeichen) Werner Herzog  West Germany
Come l'Amore (Something Like Love) Enzo Muzii  Italy
1969-1970
Prize Not Awarded
1971 Il Decameron (The Decameron) Pier Paolo Pasolini  Italy
1972 The Hospital Arthur Hiller  United States
1973 There is No Smoke Without Fire (Il N'y Pas de Fumée sans Feu) André Cayatte  France/ Italy
1974 The Clockmaker Bertrand Tavernier  France
1975 Dupont Lajoie Yves Boisset  France
Overlord Stuart Cooper  United Kingdom
1976 Canoa Felipe Cazals  Mexico
1977 The Devil, Probably (Le Diable, Probablement) Robert Bresson  France
1978 A Queda Ruy Guerra
Nelson Xavier
 Brazil
1979 Iskanderija... Lih? (Alexandria... Why?) Youssef Chahine  Egypt
1980 Seeking Asylum (Chiedo Asilo) Marco Ferreri  Italy/ France
1981 Akaler Sandhane (In Search of Famine) Mrinal Sen  India
1982 Shivers (Dreszcze) Wojciech Marczewski  Poland
1983 A Season in Hakkari (Hakkâri'de Bir Mevsim) Erden Kıral  Turkey
1984 No Habrá más Penas ni Olvido (Funny Dirty Little War) Héctor Olivera  Argentina
1985 Flowers of Reverie (Szirmok, Virágok, Koszorúk) László Lugossy  Hungary
1986 The Mass is Ended (La Messa è Finita) Nanni Moretti  Italy
1987 The Sea and Poison (Umi To Dokuyaku) Kei Kumai  Japan
1988 Commissar (Kommissar) Alexander Askoldow  Soviet Union
1989 Evening Bell Wu Ziniu  China
1990 The Asthenic Syndrome (Astenicheskiy sindrom) Kira Muratova  Soviet Union
1991 The Conviction (La Condanna) Marco Bellocchio   Switzerland/ Italy/ France
Satan Viktor Aristow  Soviet Union
1992 Sweet Emma, Dear Böbe (Édes Emma, Drága Böbe - Vázlatok, Aktok) István Szabó  Hungary
1993 Arizona Dream Emir Kusturica  Yugoslavia
1994 Strawberry and Chocolate (Fresa y Chocolate) Tomás Gutiérrez Alea
Juan Carlos Tabío
 Cuba/ Mexico/ Spain
1995 Smoke Wayne Wang  United States
1996 Lust och Fägring Stor (All Things Fair) Bo Widerberg  Sweden/ Denmark
1997 The River Tsai Ming-liang  Taiwan
1998 Wag the Dog Barry Levinson  United States
1999 Mifune's Last Song (Mifune) Søren Kragh-Jacobsen  Denmark
2000 The Road Home Zhang Yimou  China
2001 Beijing Bicycle Wang Xiaoshuai  China
2002 Halbe Treppe (Grill Point) Andreas Dresen  Germany
2003 Adaptation Spike Jonze  United States
2004 Lost Embrace (El Abrazo Partido) Daniel Burman  Argentina
2005 Peacock Gu Changwei  China
2006 Offside Jafar Panahi  Iran
En Soap (Soap) Pernille Fischer Christensen  Denmark/ Sweden
2007 El Otro (The Other) Ariel Rotter  Argentina/ France/ Germany
2008 Standard Operating Procedure Errol Morris  United States
2009 Alle Anderen (Everyone Else) Maren Ade  Germany
Gigante Adrián Biniez  Uruguay/ Spain
2010 If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle (Eu Când Vreau să Fluier, Fluier) Florin Șerban  Romania
2011 The Turin Horse (A torinói ló) Béla Tarr  Hungary
2012 Just the Wind (Csak a szél) Benedek Fliegauf  Hungary
2013 An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker Danis Tanović  Bosnia and Herzegovina/ Slovenia/ France
2014 The Grand Budapest Hotel Wes Anderson  United States

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Ehlert, Matthias ; Reden, Sven von: Film ab: Das Berlinale-Lexikon Buchstaben. In: Welt am Sonntag, 5. Februar 2006, Kultur, S. 60

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