“Fuchs im Bau” by Arman T. Riahi was awarded the Golden Olive Tree for Best Film at the Festival del Cinema Europeo in Lecce, Italy. According to the jury, according to ANSA news agency, the winning tape tells what art could release by breaking the lack of communication.
In January, Riahi was already honored for his work in a prison school in Vienna as best director at the “Max Ophüls Preis” film festival in Saarbrücken, Germany.
The main site “Fuchs im Bau” is a large prison in Vienna. There, non-sovereign guru Hannes Fuchs (Alexander Petrovich) meets expert prison tutor Elizabeth Berger, a stubborn benevolent Skull with an old touch of 68 (Maria Hofstadter).
Her teaching methods, which put creativity and heart-building at the fore, have always been a thorn in the side of the prison administration – and above all chief guard of the youth department Ernst Weber (Andreas Lust). So the first step is to put the fox next to you as an assistant. The putative alternative soon fraternized with his assertive predecessor.
Lifetime Work Award for Rally and Szabo
Actress Giovanna Raleigh (86) (“The False General”, 1959) and Academy Award-winning Hungarian director Istvan Szabo (83) (“Mephisto”, 1981; “Colonel Redl”, 1985) were both awarded a golden olive tree for work honors her life. The jury award for fairness went to “Good Man” by Marie Castiel Munchen Shar and “When I Was Finished Dead” by Nissan Dagh.
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