Aki Kaurismaki’s “Le Havre” and Paddy Considine’s “Tyrannosaur” both won big at the Munich International Film Festival, which wrapped this weekend. The ARRI prize for best international film went to “Le Havre,” and “Tyrannosaur” won the CineVision Award, given to the best international debut film at this year’s festival.
Markus Schleinzer’s “Michael” received a special mention. Tim Fehlbaum’s “Hell” won the prize for the best German debut. Georgian filmmaker Otar Iosseliani also received the Audi-sponsored CineMerit Award for his ‘extraordinary contributions to filmmaking.’
Full list of winners here.
And check out Eric Kohn’s review of “Le Havre” from Cannes.