for tackling with tenderness, in a humorous tone and in an original way old age, immigration and love..
for the accuracy of the story and the characters. The movie tells us an intimate story with universal resonance.
for the accurate reflection about fiction and reality, the anthropological issue about dealing with traditions, and for the dreamlike charm of pictures.
For the strong-minded, sincerity and shining mother, the precision of the details, the music and the beauty of the image.
For its originality, cinematographic quality – it’s black& white aesthetic and its mise-en-scène - the delicate handling of the question of identity and its definition through its main protagonist.
for its spirit of generosity and passing on values to future generations.for a powerful script, fine and sharp acting and a story with a universal reach.
for the beautiful script, the quality of acting and the beauty of the picture.
for the theme of a search of identity in post-conflict settings with a remarkable cinematography, treatment of light and colours, and the restraint in the acting.
For its commitment in defending social justice and women struggle which are meaningful to us.
For its sharp and delicate portrayal of characters and the subtleness in describing old people and their place in society today.
Riding the Dreams by Girish Kasaravalli (India)
For its singular and enchanted enhancing of the dream world in Indian tradition.
The Pawn Shop by Milo Sogueco (Philippines)
For its portrayal of the world surrounding the omnipresent pawnshops of Philippines.
Daytime Drinking by Noh Young-seok (South Korea)
The INALCO jury has been touched by this paradoxical road movie where the hero looses himself instead of learning. It is a debut film with high control, full of humour and very... misty.
Gulabi Talkies by Girish Kasaravali (India)
Based on a very original script, this is a sensitive portrayal of a woman with a background, evocation of modern India present contradictions.
The Red Awn by Cai Shangjun (China)
For the originality of the topic in rural China rarely shown, and the moving relationships between father and son.
The Old Barber by Hasi Chaolu (China)
For the quality of the scenario and photo and the main character who witnesses the disappearing of his environment.