‘Beanpole,’ ‘Talking About Trees’ Among Palm Springs Film Festival Winners
The Palm Springs Film Festival has announced its juried winners, with “Beanpole” taking the Fipresci prize for films in the international feature film Oscar submissions program.
The documentary award went to “Talking About Trees.”Acting prizes went to Bartosz Bielenia from “Corpus Christi” for actor and Helena Zengel from “System Crasher” for actress.
“Parasite” won the screenplay prize from the Fipresci jury of international film critics.The festival, held from January 2-13, screened 192 films from 81 countries.The New Voices New Visions award for first and second time filmmakers went to “Song Without a Name,” while “Monos” received the Ibero-American Award for films from Latin America, Spain or Portugal.Other prizes included the local jury award to “Adam,” the Young Cineastes Award to “Corpus Christi,” and the Bridging the Borders award to “Advocate.”The audience prizes will be announced Sunday.A complete list of winners follows:Fipresci Prize for Best International
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