Several projects have won prizes at Berlinale Talents 2014 (formerly known as the Berlinale Talent Campus).
There were 300 Talents selected for this year’s programme, which ran Feb 8-13.
During the Talent Project Market, the €10,000 VFF Talent Highlight Pitch Award was given to Bavo Defurne [pictured] from Belgium for his project Souvenir.
The nomination prizes, each worth €1.000, went to Kaleena Kiff from Canada (The Long Midnight of Barney Thomson) and Ása Hjörleifsdóttir from Iceland (The Swan).
Robert Bosch Stiftung presented the Film Prize for International Cooperation to these three teams who get up to €60,000 each:
Manivelle-Memories of the Man of Tomorrow, Lebanon/Germany) [animation]
Possessed by Djinn, Jordan/Germany [documentary]
Dry Hot Summers, Egypt/Germany [short fiction film]