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Silver Bear for Best Director

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Silver Bear for Best Director
Silberner Bär/Beste Regie  (German)
Awarded forBest Achievement in Direction
CountryGermany
Presented byBerlin International Film Festival
First awarded1956
Currently held byDénes Nagy
Natural Light (2021)
Websitewww.berlinale.de

The Silver Bear for Best Director (German: Silberner Bär/Bester Regie) is the Berlin International Film Festival's award for best achievement in direction. It is selected by the jury of the festival for films in the official competition slate. 2021 festival, Dénes Nagy is the most recent winner in this category for his work on Natural Light.

History

The award was first presented in 1956. The prize was not awarded in 1969, 1971, 1973, 1974 and 1981. Additionally, in 1970 no awards were given as the festival was called off mid-way due to the controversy with official selection film o.k. by Michael Verhoeven which led to resignation of the international jury. Mario Monicelli has received the most awards in this category with three. Satyajit Ray won the award consecutively in 1964 and 1965. One directing team have shared the award; Michael Winterbottom & Mat Whitecross for The Road to Guantánamo in 2006. Astrid Henning-Jensen was the first woman to have won the award, for 1979's Winterborn.

Winners

Table key
# Indicates Ex-aequo winners
Year Director(s) Film Original title
1950s
1956
(6th)
United States Robert Aldrich Autumn Leaves
1957
(7th)
Italy Mario Monicelli Fathers and Sons Padri e figli
1958
(8th)
Japan Tadashi Imai Jun'ai Monogatari 純愛物語
1959
(1959)
Japan Akira Kurosawa The Hidden Fortress 隠し砦の三悪人
1960s
1960
(10th)
France Jean-Luc Godard Breathless À bout de souffle
1961
(11th)
Austria Bernhard Wicki The Miracle of Father Malachia Das Wunder des Malachias
1962
(12th)
Italy Francesco Rosi Salvatore Giuliano
1963
(13th)
Greece Nikos Koundouros Young Aphrodites Μικρές Αφροδίτες
1964
(14th)
India Satyajit Ray Mahanagar মহানগর
1965
(15th)
India Satyajit Ray Charulata চারুলতা
1966
(16th)
Spain Carlos Saura The Hunt La Caza
1967
(17th)
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Živojin Pavlović The Rats Woke Up Buđenje pacova
1968
(18th)
Spain Carlos Saura Peppermint Frappé
1969
(19th)
No award given that year
1970s
1970
(20th)
No awards given that year because of the controversy surrounding the participation in the main competition of director Michael Verhoeven's film o.k. that led to the resignation of the international jury before the festival ended
1971
(21st)
No award given that year
1972
(22nd)
France Jean-Pierre Blanc The Old Maid La Vieille Fille
1973
(23rd)
No award given that year
1974
(24th)
No award given that year
1975
(25th)
Soviet Union Sergei Solovyov One Hundred Days After Childhood Сто дней после детства
1976
(26th)
Italy Mario Monicelli Caro Michele
1977
(27th)
Spain Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón Black Litter Camada negra
1978
(28th)
Bulgaria Georgi Djulgerov Advantage Авантаж
1979
(29th)
Denmark Astrid Henning-Jensen Winterborn Vinterbørn
1980s
1980
(30th)
Hungary István Szabó Bizalom
1981
(31st)
No award given that year
1982
(32nd)
Italy Mario Monicelli Il Marchese del Grillo
1983
(33rd)
France Éric Rohmer Pauline at the Beach Pauline à la plage
1984
(34th)
Greece Costas Ferris # Rembetiko Ρεμπέτικο
Italy Ettore Scola # Le Bal Ballando ballando
1985
(35th)
United States Robert Benton Places in the Heart
1986
(36th)
Soviet Union Giorgi Shengelaya The Journey of a Young Composer ახალგაზრდა კომპოზიტორის მოგზაურობა
1987
(37th)
United States Oliver Stone Platoon
1988
(38th)
Canada Norman Jewison Moonstruck
1989
(39th)
Czechoslovakia Dušan Hanák I Love, You Love Ja milujem, ty miluješ
1990s
1990
(40th)
Germany Michael Verhoeven The Nasty Girl Das schreckliche Mädchen
1991
(41st)
United States Jonathan Demme # The Silence of the Lambs
Italy Ricky Tognazzi # Ultra Ultrà
1992
(42nd)
Sweden Jan Troell Il Capitano: A Swedish Requiem Capitano|Il Capitano
1993
(43rd)
United Kingdom Andrew Birkin The Cement Garden
1994
(44th)
Poland Krzysztof Kieślowski Three Colours: White Trois couleurs : Blanc
1995
(45th)
United States Richard Linklater Before Sunrise
1996
(46th)
United Kingdom Richard Loncraine # Richard III
British Hong Kong Yim Ho # The Sun Has Ears 太陽有耳
1997
(47th)
France Eric Heumann Port Djema
1998
(48th)
Republic of Ireland Neil Jordan The Butcher Boy
1999
(49th)
United Kingdom Stephen Frears The Hi-Lo Country
2000s
2000
(50th)
Czech Republic / United States Miloš Forman Man on the Moon
2001
(51st)
Taiwan Lin Cheng-sheng Betelnut Beauty 爱你爱我
2002
(52nd)
Georgia (country) Otar Iosseliani Monday Morning Lundi matin
2003
(53rd)
France Patrice Chéreau Son frère
2004
(54th)
South Korea Kim Ki-duk Samaritan Girl 사마리아
2005
(55th)
Germany Marc Rothemund Sophie Scholl - The Final Days Sophie Scholl - Die letzten Tage
2006
(56th)
United Kingdom Michael Winterbottom & United Kingdom Mat Whitecross The Road to Guantánamo
2007
(57th)
Israel Joseph Cedar Beaufort בופור
2008
(58th)
United States Paul Thomas Anderson There Will Be Blood
2009
(59th)
Iran Asghar Farhadi About Elly درباره الی
2010s
2010
(60th)
Poland / France Roman Polanski The Ghost Writer
2011
(61st)
Germany Ulrich Köhler Sleeping Sickness Schlafkrankheit
2012
(62nd)
Germany Christian Petzold Barbara
2013
(63rd)
United States David Gordon Green Prince Avalanche
2014
(64th)
United States Richard Linklater Boyhood
2015
(65th)
Romania Radu Jude # Aferim!
Poland Malgorzata Szumowska # Body Ciało
2016
(66th)
France Mia Hansen-Løve Things to Come L'Avenir
2017
(67th)
Finland Aki Kaurismäki The Other Side of Hope Toivon tuolla puolen
2018
(68th)
United States Wes Anderson Isle of Dogs
2019
(69th)
Germany Angela Schanelec I Was at Home, But Ich war zuhause, aber
2020s
2020
(70th)
South Korea Hong Sang-soo The Woman Who Ran 도망친 여자
2021
(71st)
Hungary Dénes Nagy Natural Light Természetes fény

Multiple winners

The following individuals received two or more Best Director awards:

Wins Director Nationality
3 Mario Monicelli  Italy
2 Richard Linklater  United States
Satyajit Ray  India
Carlos Saura  Spain

See also

External links

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