Swiss Film Awards 2013: 16th Annual Schweizer Filmpreis Winners

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Swiss Film Awards Schweizer Filmpreis 2013

The winners of the 16th Annual Swiss Film Awards have been announced. The 2013 Schweizer Filmpreis Awards winners are for “the national film award of Switzerland, first given out in 1998…All winners were voted for by the members of the Swiss Film Academy. The Swiss Film Award, which officially recognizes the work of the Swiss film industry, is organized by the Federal Office of Culture in partnership with SRG SSR, the Association “Quartz” Genève Zürich, SWISS FILMS, the Swiss Film Academy and the Solothurn Film Festival.”

The winners of the 2013 Swiss Film Awards:

Best Fiction Film
Sister, Ursula Meier, Vega Film

Best Documentary Film
More Than Honey, Markus Imhoof, Thelma Film

Best Short Film
Einspruch VI (Objection VI), Rolando Colla, Peacock Film

Best Animation Film
La Nuit de L’Ours (The Night of the Bears), Frédéric Guillaume, Samuel Guillaume, Etilem Films Productions

Best Screenplay
Ursula Meier, Antoine Jaccoud, Sister

Best Actress
Sibylle Brunner, Rosie

Best Actor
Kacey Mottet Klein, Sister

Best Performance in a Supporting Role
Antonio Buil, Opération Libertad (Operation Freedom)

Best Film Score
Peter Scherer, More Than Honey

Best Cinematography
Camille Cottagnoud, Hiver nomade (Winter Nomads)

Honourary Award
Jacqueline Veuve

Special Award of the Academy
Karine Sudan

Source: Wikipedia, Chinokino

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