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Karlovy Vary Film Festival 2016: Full List of Winners

The full list of prizes awarded at the 2016 Karlovy Vary Film Festival:

Grand Prix
“It’s Not the Time of My Life”
Szabolcs Hajdu

Special jury prize
Ivan I. Tverdovskiy
Russia, France, Germany

Damjan Kozole, “Nightlife”
Slovenia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Zuzana Mauréry, “The Teacher”
Jan Hřebejk
Slovak Republic, Czech Republic, 2016

Szabolcs Hajdu, “It’s Not the Time of My Life”
Szabolcs Hajdu

Special mentions
“By the Rails”
Catalin Mitulescu
Romania, Sweden

“The Wolf from Royal Vineyard Street”
Jan Nemec
Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, France

East of the West award
“House of Others”
Rusudan Glurjidze
Georgia, Russia, Spain, Croatia

Jury prize
“The Days That Confused”
Triin Ruumet

Documentary prize
Alma Har’el

Special mention
Cláudia Varejão
Portugal, Switzerland, Japan

Pravo audience award
“Captain Fantastic”
Matt Ross

“Original Bliss”
Sven Taddicken

Ecumenical jury prize
“The Confessions”
Roberto Ando
Italy, France

Alexei Krasovskiy

Europa Cinemas Label award
“Original Bliss”
Sven Taddicken

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