Awards of the Montreal World Film Festival - 1984

AWARDS - 1984 MONTREAL WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

 

JURY:

 

Marta Meszaros, director (Hungary) President

Smita Patil, actress (India)

Ted Allan, writer and script-writer (Canada)

Gabriel Arcand, actor (Canada)

Ciro Duran, director (Colombia)

Gilles Jacob, film critic, dir. of the Cannes Film Festival (France)

Slobodan Sijan, director (Yugoslavia)

 

AWARDS:

 

Feature films:

 

Grand Prix of the Americas / Best film:

« El Norte » by Gregory Nava (U.S.A.)

 

Special jury awards:

« La Femme publique » by Andrzej Zulawski (France)

« Khandar » by Mrinal Sen (Inde)

 

Special jury award:

Katharine Hepburn for her interpretation in the film « The Ultimate Solution of Grace Quigley » and for her exceptional achievements in cinema.

 

Best actress:

Dorottya Udvaros in the film « Oh Bloody Life » by Peter Bacso (Hungary)

 

Best actor:

John Shea in the film « Windy City » by Armyan Bernstein (U.S.A.)

 

Jury award for a young cinematography:

« The Inheritors » (Die Herben) by Walter Bannert (Austria)

 

Jury award for best screenplay:

« The Balkan Spy » by Bozidar Nikolic and Dusan Kovacevic (Yugoslavia)

 

Short films:

Montreal grand prix:

« Every Day... Every Night » by Kathy Mueller (Australia)

 

Jury award:

« The Pendulum, the Pit and Hope » by Jan Svankmajer (Czechoslovakia)

 

Other awards:

Carlsberg international press prize for the best Canadian feature film out of competition:

« La Femme de l'hôtel » by Lea Pool (Canada)

 

Air Canada award for the most popular film of the Festival:

« La Femme publique » by Andrzej Zulawski (France)


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