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Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Japanese flick “Shoplifters” took the Palm Springs International Film Festival’s Best Foreign Language Film of the Year prize, when the jury award winners were announced at a luncheon at the Riviera Palm Springs on Saturday.

Among the other honorees were Marcello Fonte (“Dogman”) and Joanna Kulig (“Cold War”), who both won FIPRESCI Prize for Best Actor and Actress in a Foreign Language Film, respectively; “Sofia” (France/Qatar), which received the New Voices New Visions Award; “Ghost Fleet” (USA) which won the John Schlesinger Award; “Carmen & Lola” (Spain) which took the CV Cine Award; “Dead Pigs” (China) which earned the Ricky Jay Magic of Cinema Award; and “Eldorado” (Switzerland) the winner of the GoE Bridging The Borders Award. The Youth Jury Award went to “What Will People Say” (Norway/Germany/Sweden).

The 30th annual festival, held from Jan. 3-14, 2019, screened 226 films from 78 countries.

Also Read: 'Shoplifters' Cannes Review: Is the Seventh Time a Charm for Hirokazu Kore-eda?

Sunday, Audience Awards went to “The Grizzlies” and “The Biggest Little Farm” for Best Narrative Feature and Best Documentary Feature, respectively.

Directed by Miranda de Pencier, “The Grizzlies” follows the young people of a remote Arctic town with one of the highest teen suicide rates in the world who rediscover their confidence and identity through lacrosse.

“The Biggest Little Farm,” directed by John Chester, tells the story of two idealistic city dwellers who but a farm on arid land north of Los Angeles and their eight-year struggle to turn it into a biodiverse Eden.

The Best of the Fest screenings will take place on Monday, Jan. 14.

See the complete list of winners below.

FIPRESCI Prize for Best Foreign Language Film of the Year

“Shoplifters” (Japan), directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda

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FIPRESCI Prize for the Best Actor in a Foreign Language Film

Marcello Fonte from Dogman (Italy)

FIPRESCI Prize for Best Actress in a Foreign Language Film

Joanna Kulig from Cold War (Poland)

New Voices/New Visions Award

“Sofia” (France/Qatar), directed by Meryem Benm’Barek

Honorable Mention: “Saf” (Turkey), directed by Ali Vatansever

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The John Schlesinger Award

“Ghost Fleet” (USA), directed by Shannon Service and Jeffrey Waldron

Honorable Mention: “Bathtubs Over Broadway” (USA), directed by Dava Whisenant

CV Cine Award

“Carmen & Lola” (Spain), directed by Arantxa Echevarria

Honorable Mention: “The Chambermaid” (Mexico/USA), directed by Lila Avilés

Ricky Jay Magic of Cinema Award

“Dead Pigs” (China), directed by Cathy Yan

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GoE Bridging the Borders Award

“Eldorado” (Switzerland), directed by Markus Imhoof

Youth Jury Award

“What Will People Say” (Norway/Germany/Sweden), directed by Iram Haq

Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature

“The Grizzlies” (Canada), directed by Miranda de Pencier

Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature

“The Biggest Little Farm” (USA), directed by John Chester

Golden Globes 2019: 10 Snubs and Surprises (Photos)

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    The 2019 Golden Globe Awards were held on Sunday night, with a list of winners ranging from the woefully expected to the pleasantly surprising. Click through for TheWrap's list of biggest surprises and see the full rundown of winners here.

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  • Killing Eve Sandra Oh

    Surprise: The lead actress in a drama series categories was crowded with heavyweights including nine-time Golden Globe winner Julia Roberts and last year's winner Elisabeth Moss, but ultimately the HFPA went for 

    "Killing Eve" star Sandra Oh, making her the first Asian performer with two Golden Globes.

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  • Crazy Rich Asians

    Snub: "Crazy Rich Asians" broke ground with its two nominations for best picture and lead

    Constance Wu, but ultimately the first studio film with an Asian-American cast in 25 years was edged out by "Green Book" and "The Favourite" star Olivia Colman.

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    Snub: Olivia Colman took home her first Golden Globe this year for her work in Yorgos Lanthimos's period dramedy

    "The Favourite," but her "bitches"

    Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, both nominated in the supporting category, were bested by "If Beale Street Could Talk" scene-stealer Regina King.

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  • The Good Place

    Snub: NBC's

    "The Good Place" remains one of the most critically acclaimed comedies on the air right now, but awards recognition remains elusive for the afterlife comedy, with both

    Kristen Bell and the series as a whole missing out on a trophy on Sunday.

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    Surprise: Glenn Close took home her third Golden Globe for her role in

    "The Wife," upsetting a category which included Nicole Kidman, Rosamund Pike, Melissa McCarthy and the "A Star Is Born" frontrunner Lady Gaga.

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  • A Star Is Born Lady Gaga

    Snub: "A Star is Born's" Lady Gaga seemed like a shoe-in to go home with a Globe in each hand: one for acting and one for songwriting. But in a shocking upset she lost the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama category to Glenn Close, who grabbed the winner’s trophy for her role in “The Wife. And the film itself lost the biggest award of the night -- best drama -- to “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

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  • Homecoming Julia Roberts

    Snub: The Julia Roberts-led drama

    "Homecoming" missed out on every award it was nominated for, including the TV Drama category, a leading lady statue for Roberts (which went to Sandra Oh for “Killing Eve”) and one for her co-star Stephan James.

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  • 'The Kominsky Method' - Netflix

    Surprise: Netflix's

    "The Kominsky Method,” starring Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin, managed to sneak up on us and swipe the best comedy series award from the favored second season of Amazon’s Globes darling “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

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    Snub: Hulu's 

    "The Handmaid's Tale" was first snubbed in noms, with only stars

    Yvonne Strahovski and Elisabeth Moss getting nods. Then the hits kept coming tonight, as neither of them managed to win their category, leaving “The Handmaid’s Tale,” the show that won best drama series just last year, totally shut out.

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  • The Americans

    Surprise: It looks like the HFPA was feeling nostalgic when they voted on Best Television Series — Drama this year, as they doled out the award to final season of FX’s

    “The Americans,” which was a real shock, as the prize was assumed to be going to either BBC America’s new series “Killing Eve” or Amazon’s Prime Video’s “Homecoming.”

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From Sandra Oh to Glenn Close

The 2019 Golden Globe Awards were held on Sunday night, with a list of winners ranging from the woefully expected to the pleasantly surprising. Click through for TheWrap's list of biggest surprises and see the full rundown of winners here.

Source : https://www.thewrap.com/palm-springs-international-film-festival-juried-awards-winners-shoplifters/

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‘Shoplifters’ Takes Home Jury Prize at Palm Springs International Film Festival