4th Moscow International Film Festival
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4th Moscow International Film Festival

4th Moscow International Film Festival
LocationMoscow, USSR
Founded1959
AwardsGrand Prix
Festival date5-20 July 1965
Websitehttp://www.moscowfilmfestival.ru

The 4th Moscow International Film Festival was held from 5 to 20 July 1965.[1] The Grand Prix was shared between the Soviet film War and Peace directed by Sergei Bondarchuk and the Hungarian film Twenty Hours directed by Zoltán Fábri.

Jury

Films in competition

The following films were selected for the main competition:

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Acteón Acteon Jorge Grau Spain
The White Moor De-a? fi... Harap Alb Ion Popescu-Gopo Romania
The Great Race The Great Race Blake Edwards United States
Marriage Italian-Style Matrimonio all'italiana Vittorio De Sica Italy, France
War and Peace Vojna i mir Sergei Bondarchuk Soviet Union
Twenty Hours Husz ora Zoltán Fábri Hungary
Tine Tine Knud Leif Thomsen Denmark
Darling Darling John Schlesinger Great Britain
Friendship Dosti Satyen Bose India
Friendship is Friendship Friendship is Friendship Dejidiin Jigjid Mongolia
Driven from Paradise ? ?, Tarid el firdaos Fatin Abdel Wahab Egypt
Love and Grudge A?k ve Kin Turgut Demira? Turkey
My Home Is Copacabana Mitt hem är Copacabana Arne Sucksdorff Sweden
The Young Soldier Ngi Chi?n S? Tr? H?i Ninh, Nguy?n c Hinh North Vietnam
The Young Will Live O neoi theloun na zisoun Nikos Tzimas Greece
Heaven on One's Head Le Ciel sur la tête Yves Ciampi France, Italy
No Man's Land No Man's Land A. Suravijaya Indonesia
A Day in a Solar Un día en el solar Eduardo Manet Cuba
The Camp Followers Le soldatesse Valerio Zurlini Italy, Yugoslavia, France, West Germany
Father of a Soldier Otets soldata Rezo Chkheidze Soviet Union
Atentát Atentát Ji?í Sequens Czechoslovakia
The Glass Cage Ha-kluv hazehuhit Philippe Arthuys France, Israel
The Adventures of Werner Holt Die Abenteuer des Werner Holt Joachim Kunert East Germany
Prometheus of the Island Prometej s otoka Visevice Vatroslav Mimica Yugoslavia
The Sucker Le Corniaud Gérard Oury France
Bull Vula Nikola Korabov Bulgaria
Children Hand in Hand Te o tsunagu kora Susumu Hani Japan
La pérgola de las flores La pérgola de las flores Román Viñoly Barreto Argentina, Spain
Onnelliset leikit Onnelliset leikit Aito Mäkinen, Esko Elstelä Finland
Three Steps on Earth Trzy kroki po ziemi Jerzy Hoffman, Edward Skórzewski Poland
So Young a Peace Al-salam al-walid Jacques Charby Algeria
Uncle Tom's Cabin Onkel Toms hutte Geza von Radvanyi West Germany, France, Italy, Yugoslavia
4x4 4x4 Palle Kjærulff-Schmidt, Klaus Rifbjerg, Rolf Clemens, Maunu Kurkvaara, Jan Troell Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden
Bergwind Sturm am Wilden Kaiser Eduard von Borsody Austria

Awards

References

  1. ^ "4th Moscow International Film Festival (1965)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 16 January 2013. Retrieved 2012.

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