Bibi Andersson, actress (Sweden), president
Percy Adlon, director (Germany)
Charlotte Laurier, actress (Canada)
Mario Monicelli, director (Italy)
Pat O’Connor, director (Ireland)
Stephen Rea, actress (Ireland)
Fernando Solanas, director (Argentina)
Grand Prix of the Americas (Best film):
“The Colour of Paradise” by Majid Majidi (Iran)
Special Grand Prix of the Jury:
“Fuori dal mondo” (Not of this World) by Giuseppe Piccioni (Italie)
“The Minus Man” by Hampton Fancher (U.S.A.)
“Post Mortem” by Louis Bélanger (Canada)
Best Artistic Contribution:
“Goya en Burdeos” (Goya in Bordeaux) by Carlos Saura (Spain)
Prix d’interprétation féminine:
Nina Hoss for the film “Der Vulkan” directed by Ottokar Runze (Germany)
Prix d’interprétation masculine:
Ken Takakura for the film “Poppoya” directed by Yasuo Furuhata (Japan)
“Ma Petite entreprise” (My Little Business) by Pierre Jolivet, screenplay by Pierre Jolivet and Simon Michaël (France)
“Just in Time” by Kirsten Winter (Germany)
“Village of Idiots” by Eugene Fedorenko and Rose Newlove (Canada)
Others awards :
on the occasion of the presentation of his film “La Cena”. This decision is taken jointly by the Festival and the Jury.
Grand Prix of the Americas have been given during the Festival for their exceptional contribution to the cinematographic art to:
Michael Cacoyannis, director
Walt Disney (received by his daughter Diane Disney Miller)
Richard Dreyfuss, actor
John Dunning & André Link, producers.
“Del Olvido al no me acuerdo” (Juan, I Forgot, I don’t Remember) by Juan Carlos Rulfo (Mexico)
Special mentions go to:
“Les Convoyeurs attendent” (The Carriers Are Waiting) by Benoît Mariage (Belgium / France)
“Torowisko” (The Junction) by Urszula Urbaniak (Poland).
“Postmen in the Mountains” by Huo Jianqi (Chine)
The 2nd most popular film was “Goya en Burdeos” by Carlos Saura (Spain).
The 3rd most popular film was “The Colour of Paradise” by Majid Majidi (Iran).
« Souvenirs intimes » by Jean Beaudin.
International Press Award (FIPRESCI)
“Village of Idiots” by Eugene Fedorenko and Rose Newlove (Canada).
A special mention goes to the film:
“Post Mortem” by Louis Bélanger (Canada).
The Ecumenical Jury Award:
“Goya in Bordeaux” by Carlos Saura (Spain).