2006 Shanghai International Film Festival
The 2006 rendition of the Shanghai International Film Festival was meant to place the program as a top echelon international festival. Problems plagued the two week festival, however, including poor Chinese-English translations and a failure by many of the filmmakers to even attend the award ceremony.
- Golden Goblet Best Film
- Four Minutes (Germany) (directed by Chris Kraus
- Best Actor
- Olivier Gourmet for his performance in Burnt Out (France)
- Best Actress
- Els Dottermans for her performance in Love Belongs to Everyone (Belgium)
- Best Director
- Fabienne Godet for Burnt Out
- Best Screenplay
- Hugo Van Laere for Love Belongs to Everyone
- Best Cinematography
- Fabio Cianchetti for Our Land (Italy) (directed by Sergio Rubini)
- Best Music
- Karl Jenkins for River Queen (New Zealand) (directed by Vincent Ward)
- Jury Grand Prix
- The Forest Ranger (China) (directed by Qi Jian)
- ↑ Jones, Arthur (2006-06-25). "Shanghai Film Fest a mixed bag". Variety. Retrieved 2008-12-22.
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