Palm Springs Film Festival Awards: ‘Shoplifters,’ ‘Dogman,’ and More

IndieWire | 1/12/2019 | Staff
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The Palm Springs International Film Festival has announced its juried award-winners, with the FIPRESCI prizes going to “Shoplifters,” “Italy,” and “Cold War.” The three films — all of which premiered at Cannes and won major prizes there — have proven a mainstay of awards season, especially Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Palme d’Or winner. It and “Cold War” both made the Academy Awards shortlist for Best Foreign Language Film, while “Dogman” was left out.

The full list of winners:

FIPRESCI - Jury - Members - Thomas - Abeltshauser

The FIPRESCI jury members were Thomas Abeltshauser, Elaine Guerini, and Marietta Steinhart.

“Saf” (Turkey), directed by Ali Vatansever.

Films - David - Boyle - Writer/Director - Man

The films were juried by David Boyle (Writer/Director, “Man from Reno”), Carly Hugo (Producer, “Loveless”) and George Stroumboulopoulos (Music Interviewer, House of Strombo).

The films were juried by Laura Henneman...
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