International Film Awards 1996

Golden Globes, awarded in Beverly Hills, Calif., in January 1996
Best motion picture drama Sense and Sensibility (U.S.; director, Ang Lee) 
Best musical or comedy Babe (Australia; director, Chris Noonan) 
Best director Mel Gibson (Braveheart, U.S.) 
Best actress, drama Sharon Stone (Casino, U.S.) 
Best actor, drama Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas, U.S.) 
Best actress, musical or comedy Nicole Kidman (To Die For, U.S.) 
Best actor, musical or comedy John Travolta (Get Shorty, U.S.) 
Best foreign-language film Les Misérables (France; director, Claude Lelouch) 
Sundance Film Festival, awarded in Park City, Utah, in January 1996
Grand Jury Prize, dramatic film Welcome to the Dollhouse (U.S.; director, Todd 

Grand Jury Prize, documentary Troublesome Creek: A Midwestern (U.S.; directors, 

  Jeanne Jordan, Steven Ascher)
Audience Award, dramatic film Care of the Spitfire Grill (U.S.; director, Lee David 

Audience Award, documentary Troublesome Creek: A Midwestern (U.S.; directors, 

  Jeanne Jordan, Steven Ascher)
Berlin International Film Festival, awarded in February 1996
Golden Berlin Bear Sense and Sensibility (U.S.; director, Ang Lee) 
Special Jury Prize All Things Fair (Sweden/Denmark; director, 

  Bo Widerberg)
Best director Yim Ho (The Sun Has Ears, China) 

Richard Loncraine (Richard III, U.K.)
Best actress Anouk Grinberg (Mon homme, France) 
Best actor Sean Penn (Dead Man Walking, U.S.) 
Césars (France), awarded in March 1996
Best French film La Haine (director, Mathieu Kassovitz) 
Best director Claude Sautet (Nelly et M. Arnaud
Best actress Isabelle Huppert (La Cérémonie
Best actor Michel Serrault (Nelly et M. Arnaud
Best first film Les Trois Frères (directors, Didier Bourdon, 

  Bernard Campan)

  awarded in Los Angeles in March 1996
Best film Braveheart (U.S.; director, Mel Gibson) 
Best director Mel Gibson (Braveheart, U.S.) 
Best actress Susan Sarandon (Dead Man Walking, U.S.) 
Best actor Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas, U.S.) 
Best supporting actress Mira Sorvino (Mighty Aphrodite, U.S.) 
Best supporting actor Kevin Spacey (The Usual Suspects, U.S.) 
Best foreign-language film Antonia's Line (The Netherlands; director, 

  Marleen Gorris)
British Academy of Film and Television Arts, awarded in London in April 1996
Best film Sense and Sensibility (U.S.; director, Ang Lee) 
Outstanding British film The Madness of King George (director

  Nicholas Hytner)
Best director Michael Radford (Il postino, Italy) 
Best actress Emma Thompson (Sense and Sensibility, U.S.) 
Best actor Nigel Hawthorne (The Madness of King George, U.K.) 
Best supporting actress Kate Winslet (Sense and Sensibility, U.S.) 
Best supporting actor Tim Roth (Rob Roy, U.S.) 
Best foreign-language film Il postino (Italy; director, Michael Radford) 
Cannes International Film Festival, France, awarded in May 1996
Palme d'Or Secrets & Lies (U.K./France; director, Mike Leigh) 
Grand Jury Prize Breaking the Waves (Denmark/France; director, 

  Lars von Trier)
Special Jury Prize Crash (Canada; director, David Cronenberg) 
Best director Joel Coen (Fargo, U.S.) 
Best actress Brenda Blethyn (Secrets & Lies, U.K./France) 
Best actor Daniel Auteuil and Pascal Duquenne (Le Huitième 

  Jour, Belgium)
Caméra d'Or Love Serenade (Australia; director, Shirley Barrett) 
International Critics' Prize Prisoner of the Mountains (Russia; Sergey Bodrov) 
Montreal World Film Festival, awarded in August–September 1996
Best film (Grand Prix of the 

  Americas) Different for Girls (U.K.; director, Richard Spence) 
Best actress Laura Dern (Citizen Ruth, U.S.) 
Best actor Rupert Graves (Intimate Relations, U.K.) 
Best director Olivier Schatzky (L'Éléve, France) 
Special Grand Prix of the Jury Un Air de famille (France; director, Cédric Klapisch) 

Sleeping Man (Japan; director, Kohei Oguri)
Best screenplay Adosados (Spain; director, Mario Camus) 
Toronto International Film Festival, awarded in September 1996
Best Canadian Feature 

  Film Long Day's Journey Into Night 

  (David Wellington)
Special Jury Citation Kissed (Lynne Stopkewich) 
Best Canadian Short 

  Film Letters from Home (Mike Hoolboom) 
Special Jury Citations Sin Cycle (Ben Famiglietti, Jack Cocker) 

Lodela (Philipe Baylaucq)
Metro Media Award Shine (Australia; director, Scott Hicks) 
International Film Critics' Award Life (Australia; director, Lawrence Johnston) 
People's Choice Award Shine (Australia; director, Scott Hicks) 
Venice Film Festival, Italy, awarded in August–September 1996
Golden Lion Michael Collins (U.S./U.K.; director, Neil Jordan) 
Special Jury Prize Brigands (France/Georgia; director, Otar Iosseliani) 
Volpi Cup, best actress Victoire Thivisol (Ponette, France) 
Volpi Cup, best actor Liam Neeson (Michael Collins, U.S./U.K.) 
Chicago International Film Festival, awarded in October 1996
Best feature film Ridicule (France; director, Patrice Leconte) 
Special Jury Prize Sling Blade (U.S.; director, Billy Bob Thornton) 
Best actress Shabana Azmi (Fire, Canada) 
Best actor Christopher Eccleston (Jude, U.K.) 
Best first feature La seconda volta (Italy; director, Mimmo Calopresti) 
Best screenplay Adosados (Spain
Getz World Peace Medal To Speak the Unspeakable (Hungary/France; 

  director, Judit Elek)
San Sebastián International Film Festival, Spain, awarded in September 1996
Best film Bwana (Spain; director, Imanol Uribe) 

Trojan Eddie (Ireland; director, Gillies MacKinnon)
Best director Francisco Lombardi (Under the Skin, Peru) 
Best actress Norma Aleandro (Autumn Sun, Argentina) 
Best actor Michael Caine (Blood and Wine, U.S.) 
Special Jury Prize Engelchen (Germany; director, Helke Misselwitz) 
Euskal Media Prize Johns (U.S.; director, Scott Silver) 
International Critics Award Capitaine Conan (France; director, 

  Bertrand Tavernier) 

The Emperor's Shadow (China; director, 

  Zhou Xiaowen)
Tokyo International Film Festival, awarded in October 1996
Grand Prix Kolya (Czech Republic; director, Jan Sverak) 
Special Jury Prize Cwal (Poland; director, Krzysztof Zanussi) 
Vancouver International Film Festival, Canada, awarded in October 1996
Air Canada Award Breaking the Waves (Denmark/France; director, 

  Lars von Trier)
Federal Express Award Fire (Canada; director, Deepa Mehta) 
City TV Award for 

  Best Canadian Film Hard Core Logo (director, Bruce McDonald) 
Rogers Award Noel S. Baker (Hard Core Logo
NFB Award Predictions of Fire (U.S./Slovenia; director, Michael 

Dragons and Tigers 

  Award for Young 

  Cinema The Day a Pig Fell into the Well (South Korea

  director, Hong Sang) 

Rainclouds over Wushan (China; director, 

  Zhang Ming)
European Film Awards (Felix), awarded in Berlin in December 1996
Best European 

  film of the year Breaking the Waves (Denmark/France; director, 

  Lars von Trier)
Best young European 

  film of the year Some Mother's Son (Ireland; director, Terry George) 
Best European actress Emily Watson (Breaking the Waves, Denmark/France) 
Best European actor Ian McKellan (Richard III, U.K.) 
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