Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s French foreign-language Oscar submission won the New Auteurs Audience Award, announced on Thursday evening.
César Augusto Acevedo’s Colombian film Land And Shade, winner of the France 4 Visionary Award in Critics’ Week in Cannes, claimed the New Auteurs Grand Jury Award.
Alice Winocour’s Disorder received a special jury mention for direction and Lorenzo Vigas’ Venice Golden Lion winner Desde Allá earned a special jury mention for screenplay.
Boys received the grand jury award for live-action short, and World Of Tomorrow received the grand jury award for animated short.
NEW AUTEURS AWARDS
New Auteurs Grand Jury Award:
Land And Shade, dir Augusto Acevedo
Special jury mention for direction:
Disorder, dir Alice Winocour
Special Jury Mention for Screenplay:
Desde Allá, dir Lorenzo Vigas
Grand Jury Award for Live Action Short:
Boys, dir Isabella Carbonell
Grand Jury Award for Animated Short:
World Of Tomorrow, dir Don Hertzfeldt
Live Action Short Special Mention for Nonfiction Filmmaking:
The Reagan Shorts — Ronald Reagan Lights The Lights, Ronald Reagan Pardons A Turkey, Maryland Public Television Interviews The Reagans, dir Pacho Velez
Animated Short Special Jury Mention for Screenwriting:
Teeth, dirs Tom Brown, Daniel Gray
Animated Short Special Jury Mention for Creative Vision:
Manoman, dir Simon Cartwright
World Cinema Audience Award:
Landfill Harmonic, dirs. Brad Allgood, Graham Townsley, Juliana Penaranda-Loftus
New Auteurs Audience Award:
Mustang, dir Deniz Gamze Ergüven
American Independents Audience Award:
James White, dir Josh Mond
Breakthrough Audience Award:
Ma, dir Celia Rowlson-Hall.