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Shanghai Festival: ‘Little England’ Wins Golden Goblet
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via: Variety.com

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Asia Bureau Chief

 

Greek film “Little England” claimed the top prizes, including the Golden Goblet, at the 17th edition of the Shanghai International Film Festival.

The awards were handed out on Sunday (June 22) evening at a red carpet ceremony at the Shanghai Grand Theater.

Directed by Pantelis Voulgaris, “Little England” (aka “Mikra Anglia”) is a 1930s-set romantic drama contained in a societal microcosm on the island of Andros. Penelope Tsilika, the film’s lead, was also named best actress and Voulgaris named best director.
2014 Shanghai International Film Festival – Golden Goblet prize-winners
Best film
“Little England” (“Mikra Anglia”) dir. Pantelis Voulgaris

Best director
Pantelis Voulgaris for “Little England” (“Mikra Anglia”)

Best artistic contribution
Gregg Alexander, composer, “Begin Again”

Best cinematography
Luo Pan for “Sacred Arrow”

Best screenplay
“Diplomacy” Volker Schloendorff, Cyril Gely

Jury Prize
“Uncle Victory” dir. Zheng Meng

Best actress
Penelope Tsilika in “Little England” (“Mikra Anglia”)

Best actor
Vithaya Pansringarm in “The Last Executioner”
source/read more: variety.com

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