1995 Shanghai International Film Festival

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The 2nd Shanghai International Film Festival was held between October 28 and November 12, 1995. The festival marked the 90 year anniversary of the first ever Chinese film, 1905's The Battle of Dingjunshan. 232 films from 46 countries participated in the Festival, 19 of which were officially selections for competition. Swiss director Wolfgang Panzer's Broken Silence won the Golden Goblet for best film.[1]


In competition[edit]

Title Director Country
1942: A Love Story Vidhu Vinod Chopra India
American Daughter Karen Shakhnazarov Russia
Belmonte, Bullfighter Juan Sebastián Bollaín Spain
Blackbirds at Bangpleng Niratisai Kanjareuk Thailand
Broken Silence Wolfgang Panzer Switzerland
Coffee with Lemon Leonid Gorovets Israel
Crows Dorota Kędzierzawska Poland
Eggs Bent Hamer Norway
Goodbye for Tomorrow Nobuhiko Obayashi Japan
A Feast at Midnight Justin Hardy United Kingdom
House of Fire Juan Bautiste Stagnaro Argentina
Les Milles Sébastien Grall France
O Quatrilho Fábio Barreto Brazil
The Piano in the Winter Kum Whan Jo South Korea
Red Cherry Ye Daying People's Republic of China
Signs of Fire Luis Filipe Rocha Portugal
A Walk in the Clouds Alfonso Arau United States
White Lies Mats Arehn Sweden


Golden Goblet[edit]

Special Jury Award[edit]


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