Berlinale: International Jury


Prizes of the International Jury

The members of the 2014 International Jury, James Schamus (President), Barbara Broccoli, Trine Dyrholm, Mitra Farahani, Greta Gerwig, Michel Gondry and Christoph Waltz, award the following prizes:

Golden Bear for Best Film

Diao Yinan

Bai Ri Yan Huo
(Black Coal, Thin Ice)
by Diao Yinan

Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize

The Grand Budapest Hotel
by Wes Anderson

Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize

The actor André Dussollier and the producer Jean-Louis Livi accepted the prize on behalf of Alain Resnais.

for a feature film that opens new perspectives

Aimer, boire et chanter
(Life of Riley)
by Alain Resnais

Silver Bear for Best Director

Richard Linklater

Richard Linklater for
Boyhood

Silver Bear for Best Actress

Haru Kuroki

Haru Kuroki in
Chiisai Ouchi
(The Little House)
by Yoji Yamada

Silver Bear for Best Actor

Liao Fan

Liao Fan in
Bai Ri Yan Huo
(Black Coal, Thin Ice)
by Diao Yinan

Silver Bear for Best Script

Dietrich Brüggemann, Anna Brüggemann

Dietrich Brüggemann, Anna Brüggemann for
Kreuzweg
(Stations of the Cross)
by Dietrich Brüggemann

Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Contribution

The actress Zhang Le and the director Lou Ye accepted the prize on behalf of Zeng Jian.

Zeng Jian for the camera in
Tui Na
(Blind Massage)
by Lou Ye

The International Jury is selected every year by the Festival Director and presents the following awards on the penultimate day of the festival:

  • Golden Bear for Best Film (awarded to the film’s producer)
  • Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize
  • Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize for a feature film that opens new perspectives
  • Silver Bear for Best Director
  • Silver Bear for Best Actress
  • Silver Bear for Best Actor
  • Silver Bear for Best Script
  • Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Contribution in the categories camera, editing, music, score, costume or set design

The Golden Bear

The Bear statues are based on a design by sculptress Renée Sintenis (1888-1965). Since the beginning of the festival, they have been produced by the Noack sculpture foundry in Berlin. The German capital’s trademark mascot also graces the Berlinale logo.