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28th Warsaw International Film Festival, 2012

"The Daughter" (Alexander Kasatkin, Natalya Nazarova)

28th Warsaw International Film Festival (Poland, October 12-21, 2012, Jury: Pamela Pianezza, France ("Le Monde des ados"), Yael Shuv, Israel ("Time Out Tel Aviv"), Andrzej Fogler, Poland ("Kino").

FIPRESCI Prize: The Daughter (Doch) by Alexander Kasatkin and Natalya Nazarova (Russia, 2012, 110 min). Print Source: Gorky Film (Ul. S. Eisenstein, 8, Moscow 129226, Russia), Tel: +7 (495) 181-01-83, Fax: +7 (495) 181-03-59, web:, Maria Finogina, e-mail: Festival:


Subverted Masculinity in Tudor Giurgiu's Of Snails and Men. Yael Shuv discuss the representation of masculinity in the special Jury Award winner and in other films. arrow.
The Evil, the Ocean of Stupidity and a Drop of Hope.
Andrzej Fogler takes a deep look on favorite films in the festival that dealt with the issues of evil and stupidity. arrow.



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