With the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the Moscow Government and the Department of Culture of the city of Moscow

1969 year

President of jury:
Sergei Gerasimov, director (USSR)

 

Jury:
Dev Anand, director, actor and producer (India)
Viya Artmane, actress (USSR)
King Vidor, director (USA)
Erwin Geschonneck, actor (East Germany)
Anatoli Golovnya, director of photography (USSR)
M'bissine Therese Diop, actress (Senegal)
Zahari Zhandov, director (Bulgaria)
Stanislav Zvonicek, historian of cinema (Czechoslovakia)
Jerzy Kawalerowicz, director (Poland)
Ion Popescu-Gopo, director (Romania)
Glauber Rocha, director (Brazil)
Istvan Szabo, director (Hungary)
Alberto Sordi, actor (Italy)
Yves Ciampi, director (France)
Madiha Yousri, actress (Egypt)

 

Golden prizes:
Lucia (Cuba, dir. Humberto Solas)
Serafino (Italy-France, dir. Pietro Germi)
Dozhivyom do ponedelnika / We'll live till monday (USSR, dir. Stanislav Rostotsky)

 

Special prize:
Director Ivan Pyryev (Bratya Karamazovy / The brothers Karamazov, USSR)

 

Silver prizes:
Playtime (France-Italy, dir. Jacques Tati)
Kad cujes zvona (Yugoslavia, dir. Antun Vrdoljak)

 

Special prizes:
Director Carol Reed (Oliver!, Great Britain)
Diary of a german woman (East Germany, dir. Annelie Thorndike, Andre Thorndike)

 

Prizes:
Actor Ron Moody (Oliver!, Great Britain)
Actor Tadeusz Lomnicki (Pan Volodyjowski / Colonel Wolodyjowski, Poland)
Actress Irina Petrescu (O femeie pentru un anotimp / A woman for a season, Romania)
Actress Ana Maria Picchio (Breve cielo, Argentina)

 

Diplomas:
Brent Jord (Norway, dir. Knut Andersen)
Cabascabo (Niger, dir. Oumarou Ganda)
Director Andras Kovacs (Falak/ Walls, Hungary)
Director of photography Ivailo Tranchev (Tango, Bulgaria)

 

Prix FIPRESCI:
Lucia (Cuba, dir. Humberto Solas)

 

Competition program:
VI MIFF (7-22 july 1969)


Bratya Karamazovy / The brothers Karamazov (USSR, dir. Ivan Pyryev)
Midi i en jazztid (Denmark, dir. Knud Leif Thomsen)
Le temps de vivre / The time to live (France, dir. Bernard Paul)
Playtime (France-Italy, dir. Jacques Tati)
Brent jord (Norway, dir. Knut Andersen)
2000 weeks (Australia, dir. Tim Burstall)
2001: space odyssey (Great Britain-USA, dir. Stanley Kubrick)
Falak / Walls (Hungary, dir. Andras Kovacs)
Diary of a german woman (East Germany, dir. Annelie Thorndike, Andre Thorndike)
Dozhivyom do ponedelnika / We'll live till Monday (USSR, dir. Stanislav Rostotsky)
Palaver (Belgium, dir. Emile Degelin)
O femeie pentru un anotimp / A woman for a season (Romania, dir. Gheorghe Vitanidis)
Taalla pohjantahden alla (Finland, dir. Edvin Laine)
Cabascabo (Niger, dir. Oumarou Ganda)
Kad cujes zvona (Yugoslavia, dir. Antun Vrdoljak)
Kolona lanfier (Czechoslovakia-USSR, dir. Jan Schmidt)
Korridoren / The corridor (Sweden, dir. Jan Halldoff)
Chay min el hauf (Egypt, dir. Husayn Kamal)
Lucia (Cuba, dir. Humberto Solas)
Oliver! (Great Britain, dir. Carol Reed)
Pan Wolodyjowski / Colonel Wolodyjowski (Poland, dir. Jerzy Hoffman)
Ayudeme usted compadre (Chile, dir. German Becker)
Hashi no nai kawa / Bridge across no river (Japan, dir. Tadashi Imai)
Nawab sirajuddaula (Pakistan, dir. Khan Ataur Rehman)
La celestina / The wanton of Spain (Spain-West Germany, dir. Cesar Ardavin)
Serafino (Italy-France, dir. Pietro Germi)
Simon Bolivar, il liberatore (Italy-Spain, dir. Alessandro Blasetti)
Megh-o-roudra (India, dir. Arundhati Devi)
Sieben tage frist (West Germany, dir. Alfred Vohrer)
Tango (Bulgaria, dir. Vasil Mirchev)
Breve cielo (Argentina, dir. David Jose Kohon)
Ogloo / Morning (Mongolia, dir. Dejidiin Jigjid)

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