Copenhagen International Film Festival (CIFF) Awards 2004


At the final gala evening of the Copenhagen International Film Festival
(19-29 August 2004), the following awards were presented:
Golden Swan for Best Film: "Granny", directed by Lidiya Bobrova
(Russia) Golden Swan for Best Director: Nimród Antal for
"Kontroll" (Hungary) Golden Swan for Best Female Director: Gulshat
Omarova for "Schizo/Fifty-Fifty" (Kazakhstan)
Golden Swan for Best Actress: Anna Maria Mühe for "Love in Thoughts"
(Germany) Golden Swan for Best Actor: Luis Tosar for "Take My
Eyes" (Spain) Golden Swan for Best Screenplay: Lidiya Bobrova for
"Granny" (Russia)Golden Swan for Best Cinematography: Gyula Pados
for "Kontroll" (Hungary)Grand Jury Special Prize: actresses Nina
Shubina and Anna Ovsyannikova for "Granny" (Russia)
Members of the International Jury: (Jury President) István Szabó
(Hungary), David Mackenzie (Scotland), Jean-Marc Barr (Germany), Maia
Morgenstern (Rumania), Paprika Steen (Denmark).
Other awards presented Saturday 28 August:
CIFF Lifetime Achievement Award: Abbas Kiarostami (Iran)The
Politiken Audience Award: "King's Game", directed by Nicolaj Arcel
At the opening gala of the festival Thursday 19 August, the following
awards were presented:CIFF Lifetime Achievement Award: István
Szabó, (Hungary)Hans Morten Prisen (70.000 Euro): Mette
HeenoFor further informationCopenhagen
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