Awards of the Montreal World Film Festival - 1980

AWARDS - 1980 MONTREAL WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

 

JURY:

 Bruno Barreto, director(Brazil) President

Suzanne Cloutier, actress (Canada)

Curtis Harrington, director (U.S.A.)

Florian Hopf, film critic (West Germany)

Attilio d'Onofrio, producer (Italy)

Gerald Pratley, film historian and critic (Canada)

René Thévenet, producer (France)

Naoki Togawa, film historian and critic (Japan)

 

AWARDS:

 

Feature films:

 

Grand Prix of the Americas / Best film:

« The Stunt Man » by Richard Rush (U.S.A.)

and

« Fontamara » by Carlo Lizzani (Italy)

 

First jury award:

« A Distant Cry From Spring » (Karukanaru Yama No Yobigoe) by Yoji Yamada (Japan)

 

Jury award:

« Wild Hunting of King Stakh » (Dikaia by Valeri Roubinchik (U.S.S.R.)

 

Jury mention:

« Sunday Daughters » (Vasarnapi Szulok) by Janos Rozsa (Hungary)

 

Best actress:

Ana Torrent in the film « El Nido »  by Jaime de Arminan (Spain)

 

Best actor:

Robert Duvall in the film « The Great Santini » by Lewis John Carlino (U.S.A.)

 

Short films:

 

Best short film:

« La Découverte » by Arthur Joffe (France)

 

Jury award for short film:

« Score » by Arthur Everad (New Zealand)

 

Other awards:

 

International press award for the best Canadian feature film out of competition:

« It Can't Be Winter, We Haven't Had Summer Yet » (Ça peut pas être l'hiver, on n'a même pas eu d'été) de Louise Carré (Canada)

 

Ecumenical jury award:

« Sunday Daughters » (Vasarnapi Szulok) by Janos Rozsa (Hungary)

 


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