Ljubljana International Film Festival

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The Ljubljana International Film Festival (also known as LIFFe) is an international film festival established in 1990 and held annually in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Apart from screenings of Slovenian films, it also regularly features renowned authors' film retrospectives, international independent film programmes and a short films competition.

Awards[edit]

Awards presented at the most recent 2007 edition were as follows:

  • The Kingfisher Award for best debut or second film by up-and-coming directors
  • The Golden Reel Award (Audience Award) for best film overall, as voted by audiences
  • The FIPRESCI Award, given by an international film critics' jury
  • The Amnesty International Slovenia Award for best film that deals with a theme related to human rights issues

Award winners[edit]

2008 LIFFe[edit]

Award Film Director
Kingfisher Award
Hunger
United Kingdom Steve McQueen
FIPRESCI Prize
Ballast
United States Lance Hamer
Dragon Audience Award
Katyn
Poland Andrzej Wajda

2007 LIFFe[edit]

Award Film Director
Kingfisher Award
Windows on Monday
(Montag kommen die Fenster)
Germany Ulrich Köhler
Golden Reel Award
Empties
(Vratné lahve)
Czech Republic Jan Sverák
FIPRESCI Award
Just About Love?
(Et toi t'es sur qui?)
France Lola Doillon
Amnesty International
Slovenia Award
XXY
Argentina Lucía Puenzo

2012 LIFFe[edit]

Award Film Director
Kingfisher Award
Clip
(Klip)
Serbia Maja Miloš
Dragon Audience Award
Lore
(Lore)
Australia Cate Shortland
FIPRESCI Award
Sister
(L'Enfant d'en haut)
France Ursula Meier
Best Short Film Award
Tuba Atlantic
Norway Hallvar Witzo

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