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2007 Shanghai International Film Festival

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2007 Shanghai International Film Festival

The 2007 Shanghai International Film Festival was the 10th such festival devoted to international cinema to be held in the city of Shanghai in the People's Republic of China. It was held from June 16 to June 24, 2007. It was one of twelve film festivals to be accredited in 2007 by the International Federation of Film Producers Association (FIAPF).[1]

The festival was composed of three sections: the Golden Goblet (Jin Jue) competition, the Asian New Talent Section, and an International Panorama.[2]

Films in competition

Title Director Country
According to the Plan Franziska Meletzky Germany
Bizan Isshin Inudou Japan
Doghead Santi Amodeo Spain
Eye in the Sky Yau Nai-Hoi Hong Kong/China
The Gamblers Sebastian Bieniek Germany
The Go Master Tian Zhuangzhuang China
Jump! Joshua Sinclair Austria
The Knot Yin Li China
Miguel Y William Ines Paris Spain/British Virgin Islands
The New Man Klaus Härö Sweden/Finland
Olga, Victoria Olga Mercedes Farriols Argentina
Radio Star Lee Joon-ik South Korea
Shanghai Red Oscar Luis Costo United States of America/China


Golden Goblet

Asia New Talent


Golden Goblet[3]

  • Golden Goblet for Best Film
    • According to the Plan, directed by Franziska Meletzky (Germany)
  • Jury Grand Prix
  • Golden Goblet for Best Director
  • Golden Goblet for Best Actor
    • Juan José Ballesta for Doghead (Spain)
  • Golden Goblet for Best Actress
    • Corinna Harfouch, Dagmar Manzel, Kirsten Block, Christine Schorn for According To The Plan (Germany)
  • Best Sceenplay
    • Shemi Zarhin for Aviva My Love (Israel)
  • Best Cinematography
    • Wang Yu for The Go Master (China)
  • Best Music
  • Special Award
    • The Knot, directed by Yin Li (director) (China)

Asian New Talent Award


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • ('An Impressive Case' in 10th Shanghai International Film Festival)
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