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Deauville Asian Film Festival Awards

2008/03/17 Source

Patrice Chéreau, president, and the jury members Mélanie Doutey, Irène Jacob, Anne-Louise Trividic,
Jean-Hugues Anglade, Lucas Belvaux, Enki Bilal and William Sheller, have awarded the following films:

LOTUS DU MEILLEUR FILM – Grand Prix/Best Film:
"With a Girl of Black Soil" de/by Jeon Soo-il (Corée du Sud/South Korea)

LOTUS DU JURY – Prix du Jury ex-aequo/ Jury's Prize ex-aequo:
WONDERFUL TOWN de/by Aditya ASSARAT (Thaïlande/Thailand)
FLOWER IN THE POCKET de/by LIEW Seng Tat (Malaisie/Malaysia)

The members of the International Critic's Award have awarded the following film:
LOTUS AIR FRANCE – Prix de la Critique Internationale/International Critic's Award:
"With a Girl of Black Soil" de/by Jeon Soo-il (Corée du Sud/South Korea)

Jan Kounen, president, and the jury members Vahina Giocante, Mylène Jampanoï, Marc Caro and
Franck Vestiel have awarded the following film:

LOTUS ACTION ASIA parrainé par 13ème RUE – Grand Prix Action Asia/
Best Action Asia Film sponsored by 13ème RUE:
HEROS DE GUERRE ("Assembly") de/by FENG Xiaogang (Chine/China)

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