Special Report on ARTE: International Award Winners 1996-1997

Theme Programming/Topical Evenings...
November 1, 1997

Theme Programming/Topical Evenings

-Best TV program awarded by daily newspaper El Pais to Spanish channel La 2 (TVE) for retransmission of ARTE ‘topical’ evenings

-Silver Gentiane Award (Best Exploration Film) at the Mountain and Exploration Film Festival, Trento (Italy) to Au rythme de la terre from filmmakers Maurice and Katia Krafft

-Best Cinematography Award and Filmmaker Award at the Sundance Festival to Cutting Loose from filmmakers Susan Todd and Andrew Young

-Grand TV Drama Festival, Plovdic, Bulgaria to Nikolaikirche from filmmaker Frank Beyer

-Grand Prix, Artistic and Educational Film Festival to Opus: Les variatios Diabelli from filmmaker Pierre-Oscar Levy

-Special Jury Mention, Scoop and Journalism Festival, Angers, France to Force XXI from filmmakers Maurice Najman and Frederic Vassort


-Special Jury Mention, Lucarno Festival (Switzerland) to Tabu – Dernier Voyage from filmmaker Yves de Peretti

-Emmy Award for Faszination Leben: Unbekannte Welten from filmmakers Mikael Agaton and Lars Rengfelt

-Prix Europe for Death by Design from filmmakers J.F. Brunet and Peter Friedman

-Special Jury Mention, FIPA to Europe notre histoire, 1945-1955: une paix de charbon et d’acier from filmmaker Jean-Michel Meurice

-Adolf Grimme Award (Germany) to The Big Pink from filmmaker Kolin Schult

-Best Sports Program, Banff International Television Festival to Fausto Coppi from filmmakers Dominique Jameux and Christophe Rose.

International Prize of the Charter of the Mediterranean Basin, Palermo (Italy) to Vendette – Blutrache from filmmaker Jerzy Sladowski


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