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2005 Cork Film Festival Winners Announced
18 Oct 2005 :

Winner - Killing The Afternoon

The winners of the 50th Cork Film Festival were announced at the closing ceremony on Sunday the 16th of October. Margaret Corkery’s ‘Killing The Afternoon’ scooped the top award of the evening winning the Jameson Award for Best Short Film.

The 8 day festival was another astounding success for filmmakers and film fans. The festival closed with a gala screening of John Hillcoat’s ‘The Proposition’ and the festival awards were presented by Festival Director Mick Hannigan.

This is the second year running the top award has been won by an Irish filmmaker (2004's winner was Ken Wardrop) and it was a big celebration for the locals with Cork native Corkery taking top honours.

Other Irish winners included a Special Mention in the Jameson Award for Best Short Film for Andrew Legge’s ‘The Unusual Inventions of Henry Cavendish’ and Mick Duffy picked up the Claire Lynch Award for Best First Short by an Irish Director for his film ‘Hitch’.

List of winners on the night:
Best International Short Film
Museum Piece (Hotel Diaries 2) dir. John Smith

Special Mentions
Heydar, An Afghan in Tehran, dir. Babak Jalali. Iran/England
Autobiographical Scene No. 6882, dir. Ruben Östlund, Sweden

Youth Jury Award for Best International Short
With All My Might (A Bras Le Corps), dir. Katell Quilléveré, France

Gradam Gael Linn – The Gael Linn Award for Best Short in the Irish language
An Teanga Runda, dir. Brian Durnin

Special Mention - Best Short in the Irish language
Mac an Athar, dir. Colm Bairead

Irish Examiner ‘Made in Cork’ Award
Mullet, dir. Ed Godsell

Special Mention
Killing The Afternoon, dir. Margaret Corkery

Audience Award for Best Irish Short
An Teanga Runda, dir. Brian Durnin

Audience Award for Best International Short
Ryan, Chris Landreth, Canada

‘OutLook’ Award for Best Lesbian and Gay Film
Nights In Love, dir. Hakon Liu, Sweden

Award of the Festival
Away From The Sun, dir. Pablo Aguero, Argentina

Special Mention
Hobblecraft And The Hideous Heart, dir. Rupert Morris, Ireland

The international jury included Anna Niileksela (Tampere Film Festival); David Pearce (Queerscreen, Sydney, Australia); Michele Devlin (Director Belfast Film Festival); Brigitta Burger-Utzer (Director Sixpack Film, Austria); Prof. Richard Raskin (University of Aarhus, Denmark) and Frédéeric Pelle, (Filmmaker, France).



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