Poland’s “Barbakan”, the grand winner at CineMAiubit 2012

The 16th CineMAiubit Student Film Festival awarded its winners Thursday evening, with the Grand prize going to “Barbakan”, a Polish film directed by Bartolomiej Zmuda. For four days, Bucharest viewers watched a marathon of student short films, documentaries, animation and experiment, in Romania, the UK, France, Germany, Italy, USA, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Bulgaria, China and India, with each film telling original stories and presenting a large variety of cultural cinematic visions. The juries awarded the special prize to the films “Arbuz” directed by Tato Ketelkotemshvili, and “Between the Lines”, Nora Fingscheidt. The “Cristian Nemescu” Best Director Award went to German Director Maurice Hubner for “Kimono”. The UNATC Rectorship Award was handed to scenographer Pavel Trifan, and the CineMAiubit Foundation Award went to “Rebellion”, a film directed by Matei Lucaci-Grunberg.

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