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Awards

This year, as always, a very hard-working Jury will be kept busy watching, discussing and finally awarding a prize for the best film. The prizes for 2013 are: 

International Jury Award

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The INTERNATIONAL JURY AWARD - of € 1,500 - will be awarded to the best feature-length film (either Documentary or Fiction, and an Austrian premiere) by an industry jury.

 The jury of 2013 - Katrina Daschner, Katharina Lampert und Katharina Mückstein - gave awards to the following films:

Best Feature:
Keep the Lights On
Director: Ira Sachs

Best Documentary
Anak-Anak Srikandi (The Children of Srikandi)
Directors: The Children of Srikandi Collective

With a Special Mention for Detlef - 60 Jahre Schwul (Detlef - 60 Years Gay)
Directors: Stefan Westerwelle and Jan Rothstein

Audience Award

Everyone can decide, and voting creativity is also rewarded. You can put a cross on it, draw on it, rip it through, fold it, punch it, or do whatever else you can think of, but make sure our counting team can understand your voting slip. These will be decoded and counted again this year for the 2013 Audience Awards in the following categories: Best Short, Best Documentary, Best Feature, Best Classic Film.

Best Feature 2013: Aynehaye Rooberoo from Negar Azarbayjani
Best Documentary 2013: Call Me Kuchu from Katharine Fairfax-Wright, Malika Zouhali-Worrall
Best Short 2013: Stitches from Adiya Imri Orr
Best Classic Film 2013: The Hours from Stephen Daldry

Short Film Award

[KeineBeschreibungeingegeben]The SHORTIE AWARD (Short Film cash award) of €500 is also waiting to be awarded.

The audience picks the best of all the short film jewels - so don't forget to vote, and don't forget to drop your slip into the box as you leave the cinema.

The Jury

[KeineBeschreibungeingegeben]Katrina Daschner

was born in 1973 in Hamburg. Lives and works in Vienna as an artist. 2001–2002 she ran the performance space salon “Lady Chutney” (with Johanna Kirsch and Stefanie Seibold). She was part of the performance band SV DAMENKRAFT. In her internationally shown exhibitions she focuses on sexuality, power structures and queer-feminist (body) politics. Between 2005–2010 she taught Performance Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.

Videos/Films (Selection):
PAROLE ROSETTE (2012), NOUVELLE BURLESQUE BRUTAL (Trilogie, 2011), FLAMING FLAMINGOS (2011), ARIA DE MUSTANG (2009), HAFENPERLEN (2008), Dolores (2005), Chutney Mary (2000), Lady Chutney
Does Mxico (1999), Mutter mit Marmelade (1998), Gefüllte Gans (1998)

www.katrinadaschner.net

[KeineBeschreibungeingegeben] Katharina Lampert

was born in Vienna in 1976. She studied Comparative Literature and Chinese Studies at the University of Vienna from 1995 to 1999 and Conceptual Art from 1999 onwards in Rene Green's class at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Lampert has achieved numerous solo and joint projects in the fields of visual arts and film; among others she was co-initiator of a summer academy for women artists from Vienna and Hamburg (2003 and 2004). She lives and works in Vienna.

Films (Director)
verliebt, verzopft, verwegen. Geschichten lesbischer (Un-)Sichtbarkeit im Wien der 50er und 60er Jahre (with Cordula Thym, 2009), Changing Cousins (with Cordula Thym, 2009), Wenn wir da sind (with Sofie Thorsen, 2008), Pancake Landing (2001).

www.verliebtverzopft.at

[KeineBeschreibungeingegeben]Katharina Mückstein

was born in Vienna in 1982. After school she started work at Film in Hamburg and other film productions while studying philosophy and gender studies at the Viennese popular theater. From 2004 to 2010 she studied film directing at the Vienna Film Academy with Michael Haneke. In 2010 she founded La Banda film, a work collective and production company.

Films
Talea (A 2013), director, script. Director of a commercial for Asylum in Emergency (Asyl In Not) with Günther Paal (2011); screenplay Frühsommer, feature, screenwriting grant from BMUKK (in progress, 2010). Co-Author and producer for Sabine Derflinger's documentary Vom Umgang mit der Schuld, supported by ÖFI and FFW (in progress, since 2009); wrote and directed Die Vereinigung (2008); wrote and directed Das Erbe (2006); first professional works amongst others were music videos for VIVA and MTV for L’Age D’or Hamburg (2003).
www.labandafilm.at


The International Jury Prize will be announced before the closing film on Saturday, the 15th of JUNE 2013 at 10pm in Filmcasino.

Competition Films

Les Adieux à la Reine (Farewell, My Queen)   
Alata (Out in the Dark)   
Albert Nobbs
Anak-Anak Srikandi (Children of Srikandi)
Audre Lorde - The Berlin Years 1984-92.
Aynehaye Rooberoo (Facing Mirrors)
Call Me Kuchu   
Camminando verso (Walking Towards)
Detlef - 60 Jahre schwul (Detlef - 60 Years Gay)
Dicke Mädchen (Heavy Girls)
Freier Fall (Free Fall)
Ha-Sippur Shel Yossi (Yossi)
I Am
I Am a Woman Now   
Keep the Lights On   
Kyss Mig (With Every Heartbeat)   
Laurence Anyways   
Let My People Go!   
Mosquita y Mari   
The Night Watch   
Noordzee, Texas (North Sea Texas)   
Pariah   
The Perfect Family
Skoonheid (Beauty)
Unter Männern – Schwul in der DDR  (Among Men – Gay in East Germany)

identities Film Awards 1996-2013

identities 2013
International Jury Award (Feature)
Keep the Lights On
Director: Ira Sachs, USA, 2012

International Jury Award (Documentary)
Anak-Anak Srikandi (Children of Srikandi)
Director: The Children of Srikandi Collective, Indonesia/Germany/Switzerland, 2012

International Jury Award (Special Mention)
Detlef - 60 Jahre Schwul (Detlef - 60 Years Ago)
Director: Stefan Westerwelle, Jan Rothstein, Germany, 2012

Audience Awards
Best Feature
Aynehaye Rooberoo (Facing Mirrors)
Director: Negar Azarbayjani, Iran, 2011

Best Documentary
Call Me Kuchu
Directors:  Katharine Fairfax-Wright, Malika Zouhali-Worrall, USA 2011

Best Short
Stitches
Director: Adiya Imri Orr, Israel 2011

Best Classic Film
The Hours
Director: Stephen Daldry, USA, 2002

identities 2011
International Jury Award
Angrarna (Regretters)
Director: Marcus Lindeen, Sweden, 2010

Audience Awards
Best Feature
Patrik 1,5
Director: Ella Lemhagen, Sweden, 2008

Best Documentary
Edie & Thea: A Very Long Engagement
Directors: Susan Muska, Grta lafsdttir, USA 2009

Best Short
Franswa Sharl
Director: Hannah Hilliard, Australia 2009

identities 2009
International Jury Award
Darling! The Pieter-Dirk Uys Story
Director: Julian Shaw, Australia 2009

Audience Awards
Best Feature
20 Centimetros
Director: Ramn Salazar, Spain 2008

Best Documentary
verliebt, verzopft, verwegen
Directors: Katharina Lampert, Cordula Thym, Austria 2009

Best Short
No Bikini
Director: Claudia Morgado Escanilla, Canada 2008


identities 2007
International Jury Award
Bubot Niyar (Paper Dolls)
Director: Tomer Heymann, Israel/Switzerland 2006

Audience Awards
Best Feature
The Bubble
Director: Eytan Fox, Israel 2007

Best Documentary
Bubot Niyar (Paper Dolls)

Director: Tomer Heymann, Israel/Switzerland 2006

Best Short
Godir Gestir (Family Reunion)
Director: Isold Uggadttir, Iceland 2007


identities 2005
International Jury Award
Best Feature
Cachorro
Director: Miguel Albaladejo, Spain 2004

Best Documentary
Katzenball
Director: Veronika Minder, Switzerland 2004

Audience Awards
Best Feature – ex aequo
Lalecet al hamaim (Walk on Water)
Director: Eytan Fox, Israel 2004
Lapsia ja aikuisia – Kuinka niitä tehdään? (Producing Adults)
Director: Aleksi Salmenperä, Finland/Sweden 2004

Best Documentary – ex aequo:
Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin
Director: Nancy Kates, Bennett Singer, USA 2002
Du ska nog se att det går över (Don’t You Worry, It Will Probably Pass)
Director: Cecilia Neant-Falk, Sweden 2003
Katzenball
Director: Veronika Minder, Switzerland 2004

Best Short
Hoi Maya
Director: Claudia Lorenz, Switzerland 2004


identities 2003
International Jury Award
Best Feature:
Tunten lügen nicht
Director: Rosa von Praunheim, Germany 2002

Special Mention
Tani tatuwen piyabanna (Flying with One Wing)
Director: Asoka Handagama, Sri Lanka 2002

Femmedia Prize
Best Feature
Tani tatuwen piyabanna (Flying with One Wing)
Director: Asoka Handagama, Sri Lanka 2002

Best Documentary
The Odds of Recovery
Director: Su Friedrich, USA 2002

Femmedia Prize
Best Short
D.E.B.S.
Director: Angela Robinson, USA 2003

Audience Award
Best Feature
A mi madre le gustan las mujeres (My mother likes Women)
Director: Daniela Feierman, Ins Paris, Spain 2002


identities 2001
International Jury Award
Best Feature
But I’m a Cheerleader
Director: Jamie Babbit

Special Mention
Zurück auf Los!
Director: Pierre Sanoussi-Bliss

Femmedia Award
Best Feature
But I’m a Cheerleader
Director: Jamie Babbit

Best Documentary
Living with Pride: Ruth Ellis @100
Director: Yvonne Welbon

Best Short
Forbidden Fruit
Director: Sue Maluwa-Bruce

Best Animated Short
Candy Kisses
Director: Allyson Mitchell

Audience Awards
Best Feature
Pourquoi pas moi?
Director: Stphane Giusti

Best Short
Gele Prcoce (Early Frost)
Director: Pierre Pinaud


identities 1998
Audience Awards
Best Feature
High Art
Director: Lisa Cholodenko

Best Short
Une robe d’t (A Summer Dress)
Director: François Ozon

Best Documentary
Love Story
Director: Catrine Clay


identities 1996
Audience Award
Best Feature
The Watermelon Woman
Regie: Cheryl Dunye, USA 1995

Audience Award Innsbruck
Best Feature
Man of the Year
Director: Dirk Shafer, USA 1995

Audience Award Vienna
Best Feature
Madagascar Skin
Director: Chris Newby, UK 1995

Audience Award Vienna
Best Short
Trevor
Director: Peggy Rajsky, USA 1995

Audience Award Innsbruck
Best Short
½ Frösche ficken flink
Director: Hans Scheirl, UK 1994-96

Audience Award Vienna
Best Documentary
The Celluloid Closet
Directors: Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman, USA/Germany/UK 1995

 


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