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LAMPA CU CACIULA / THE TUBE WITH A HAT - 2007
Best short‑filmby Romanian director Radu Jude

For the sincere way everyday life is portrayed in a country which has become part of the European Union but it has just started to struggle for the European way of living. It is a small story about small characters whose names will not be remembered but the mature direction of the film is something not to forget.

Awarding Ceremony
Trieste, 25 January 2007

 


SLAVEK THE SHIT - 2006
Best short‑filmby director Grimur Hakonarson

For the originality and the bitter irony in dealing with such a harsh and difficult subject and for the remarkable performance of the actors, particularly the male leading one, who since the very beginning manages to arouse our interest to his character and involves us into whole story.

Awarding Ceremony
Trieste, 26 January 2006

 


DVER - 2005
Best short‑filmby Russian director Vladimir Kott

The jury of the “short film competition” composed by Jana Cisar, Mauro Santini, Joseph Togneri has granted the International Award Laboratorio Mediterraneo to DVER´ for the poetic simplicity by which the director has been able to show life on the screen. The film tells a number of small stories in a surprising and humoristic way.

Awarding Ceremony
Trieste, 27 January 2005

 


AM SEE - 2004
Best short‑filmGerman director Ulrike von Ribbeck

Little Jacob is travelling with his parents and sister. The four stop on the banks of a lake, in which father and son decide to go for a swim. At a certain point, the man leaves the water and Jacob remains alone in the middle of the lake. One can survive infancy even in an absent‑minded family.


Awarding Ceremony
Trieste, 22 January 2004

 


MY ZIVJOM NA KRAJU - 2003
Best short‑filmthe Bielorussian director Viktor Asliuk
 

Because, directed in a superb way, this film shows the rude life of Bielorussian farmers on the background of magnificent landscapes. A sober comment offscreen about pictures of women and men showing their hard living conditions. Wonderful shots, beautiful lights and sequences like a tragic classic painting.

Awarding Ceremony
Trieste, 23 January 2003

 


INT. HOTEL NUIT - 2002
Best short‑filmby Swiss director Elena Hazanov 

A film offering several interpretations in its short running time. From the reversal of man‑woman role to the confrontation between two cultures, to the conflict between language and body. The narration has a light touch and a deep irony.

Awarding Ceremony
Trieste, 24 January 2002

 


PAD / LA CADUTA - 2001
Best short‑filmby Czech director Aurel Klimt

The Fondazione Mediterraneo attributed the International Award Laboratorio Mediterraneo 2001 to Aurel Klimt for his remarkable animation work containing a dramatical subject in a funny and folkloristic frame.

Awarding Ceremony
Trieste, 24 January 2001

 


LENDULET / MOMENTO - 2000
Best short‑filmby Hungarian director Imre Juhàsz
 

The Prize was awarded to “Lendulet” because among the different heterogeneous competing works, the film stood out for the quality of sound, photography and the narrative technique chosen.


Awarding Ceremony
Trieste, 22 January 2000

 


UN ACCENTO PERFETTO - 1999
Best short‑filmby Italian director Nicola Sornaga

Extremely high and interesting short‑film which, through its manipulations, its blending of arts and genres, tries to express what cannot be expressed. This work draws an unknown reality and wises up to original rips of the present world.

Awarding Ceremony
Trieste, 24 January 1999

 


MOJA DOMOVMA - 1998
Miglior cortometraggio by Yugoslavian director Milos Radovic'

Moja Domovma by Milos Radovic (Federal Republic of Jugoslavia) represents an ironical and grotesque picture of the present reality of ex-Jugoslavia.

Awarding Ceremony
Trieste, 18 January 1998