Eurasia International Film Festival

Eurasia International Film Festival is an international film festival held in Kazakhstan. With the exception of the 5th edition, which was held in Astana, all the other editions were held in Almaty.

Major Award Winners

YearBest Film Grand PrixBest DirectorBest Male PerformanceBest Female Performance
1998
1st[1]
Beshkempir Serik Aprymov
for Aksuat
Dalia Micheleviciute
for Lunar Lithuania
2005
2nd[1]
The Tuner Alexander Sokurov
for The Sun
Issey Ogata
for The Sun
Alla Demidova
for The Tuner
2006
3rd[1]
Eden Zhang Yuan
for Little Red Flowers
Masatō Ibu
for Sway
Ladan Mostofi
for Goodbye, Life
2007
4th[1]
Half Moon Alexei Popogrebski
for Simple Things
Leonid Bronevoy
for Simple Things
Fan Bingbing
for Lost in Beijing
2008
5th[1]
Farewell, Gulsary! Damiyar Salamat
for Together with Father
Diyas Rakhmatov
for Little People
Bakhytzhan Alpeisov
for Together with Father
Irina Ageikina
for Song from the Southern Seas
2010
6th[2]
The Light Thief Pelin Esmer
for 10 to 11
Andrey Merzlikin
for Strayed
Darya Gorshkaleva
for Gastarbeiter
2011
7th[3]
Before the Storm Nariman Turebaev
for Sunny Days
Theodór Júlíusson
for Volcano
Olga Simanova
for Beduin
2012
8th[1]
Özcan Alper
for Future Lasts Forever
Małgorzata Szumowska
for Elles
Azamat Nigmanov
for The Convoy
Anaïs Demoustier
for Elles
2013
9th[4]
In Bloom Serik Aprymov
for Little Brother
Carlo Cecchi
for Miele
Koh Jia Ler
for Ilo Ilo
Jördis Triebel
for My Sisters
Elahe Hezari
for Don't worry Sarah
2014
10th[5]
Next to Her Benedikt Erlingsson
for Of Horses and Men
4 male actors
for Tangerines
Tinatin Dalakishvili
for Star
2015
11th[6]
Heavenly Nomadic Elchin Musaoglu
for Nabat
Erzhan Nurymbet
for Stranger
Fatemeh Motamed-Arya
for Nabat
2016
12th[7]
House of Others Adilkhan Erjanov
for The Plague at the Karatas Village
Yury Pomarantsev
for Once a Week
Emmanuelle Devos
for Moka
2017
13th[8]
Returnee Aktan Abdykalykov
for Centaur
Gurban Ismailov
for Pomegranate Orchard
Ia Shugliashvili
for My Happy Family
2018
14th[9]
The Party's Over Milko Lazarev
for Aga
Karim Mirkhadiyev
for Perseverence
Marta Kozlova
for Anna’s War

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