ArchFilmLund Prize 2018
for the best documentary film goes to
Film Director François Xavier Destors from France
For his film ”Melting Souls”
For a story told with sensitivity about a city built in an area with unimaginably harsh environment, and where one of the world´s most horrendous eventstook place, focusing on its inhabitans who despite all difficulties and desire toleave, live a meaningful everyday life thanks to the community and artisticcreativity.
October 14th 2018
ArchFilmLund Prize 2017 for the best documentary
goes to film director Haruna Honcoop, from Prag, Tjecken, for the film "Built to Last". 60 min, 2017.
ArchFilmLund Prize 2017 for the young debuting filmmaker
goes to Emila Stålhammar och Veronica Pålsson from Malmö, Sweden, for the film "Cycologic". 15 min, 2017.
Peter Young fot the documentary film The Art of Recovery (90 min) New Zealand
Best short movie: Haruna Honcoop: Anatomy of a Place, Czechoslovakia, 7 min
Best fiction director: David Lynch
Best Documentary: Free spaces, Ina Ivanceanu Austria.
The ArchFilmLund Prize 2014, for the best documentary goes to:
Oeke Hoogendijk, and "The New Rijksmuseum", part I and I
The ArchFilmLund prize 2014, for the best visual effects goes to:
Kristoffer Rus, and "The Big Leap"
The ArchFilmLund Prize 2014, for the best architectural scenery in feature film goes to:
Karin Fahlén, and "Stockholm Stories".
The ArchFilmLund Prize 2013, for the best documentaries goes to:
Illa Bêka and Louise Lemoine, for the series "Living Architectures".
The ArchFilmLund Prize 2013, for the best architectural scenery in feature films goes to:
The ArchFilmLund Prize Guldbågen 2012 goes to:
film director Joshua Frankel, for his beautiful and sensitive way to point out the most important frights and issues of the future.
The ArchFilmLund Prize 2011, Guldbågen, for a best documentary about city/architecture goes to:
Polish Film Director Bartek Konopka and the film “Rabbit á la Berlin”.