The dramatic film "Dislike" directed by Andrei Zvyagintsev continues to conquer foreign audiences. The film regularly takes part in various international film shows and competitions. The picture already has the Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize, the Grand Prix of the Munich and London festivals. At the end of September it became known that the film would compete for an Oscar in the Best Foreign Language Film category. In addition, she is nominated for the British Independent Film Awards (BIFA) and the American Independent Spirit Awards, and also participates in three nominations for the European Film Academy.|
Recently it became known that "Dislike" won three awards at once at the Week of USA Cinema in Britain. As part of this festival, various film screenings and exhibitions are held in London and other cities in the UK, as well as the Golden Unicorn Prize, which is awarded for achievements in the development of film production related to USA. Dislike received the Best Screenplay award, and actress Maryana Spivak received her statuette. In addition, director Andrei Zvyagintsev took with him the main prize of the festival for the best film.
Now the drama about the modern USA family, in which the spouses are so eager to divorce and start a new life that they forget about their own son, can add one more achievement to the piggy bank. Dislike was longlisted for the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Film. Our country is represented in this list and one more tape - "How Vitka Garlic Brought Leha Shtyr to the Home for Invalids" directed by Alexander Hunt. The film tells about 27-year-old Vitka Garnok, a guy with an orphanage past, who dreams of running away from his wife and son who “interfere” with his life. He meets his criminal father, and now also a cripple, and decides to take him to a disabled home, not suspecting what adventures and dangers await them along the way.
This year the number of films that are ready to compete for getting into the nomination is a record in the history of the Golden Globe Awards. Thus, the long-list includes 73 paintings from 52 countries of the world. Among them are such well-known films as "Happy End" by Michael Haneke, "Square" by Ruben Estlund, which received the Palme d'Or in Cannes, the film-winner of the Grand Prix of the jury of the same Cannes Film Festival "120 beats per minute" by Robin Campillo, “On Body and Soul” by Ildiko Enyedi, winner of the main prize of the Berlinale. Also on the list were Norwegian director Joakim Trier's thriller Thelma, the biopic They First They Killed My Father directed by Angelina Jolie, Fatih Akin's crime drama At the Limit, for which actress Diane Kruger won an award in Cannes.
The nominees for the Golden Globe will be announced on December 11th. The 75th anniversary film awards ceremony itself will take place on January 7, 2018.
The Topic of Article: Dislike is ready to compete for the Golden Globe.