21st Moscow International Film Festival

The 21st Moscow International Film Festival was held from 19 to 29 July 1999.[1] The Golden St. George was awarded to the Japanese film Will to Live directed by Kaneto Shindo.

21st Moscow International Film Festival
LocationMoscow, Russia
AwardsGrand Prix
Festival date19 – 29 July 1999


Films in competition

The following films were selected for the main competition:

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
The KiteSaranggolaGil PortesPhilippines
OutlawOrmai è fatta!Enzo MonteleoneItaly
GuinevereGuinevereAudrey WellsUnited States
Dirty LinenPanni sporchiMario MonicelliItaly
The DilettanteLa DilettantePascal ThomasFrance
Will to LiveIkitaiKaneto ShindoJapan
AmbushRakujarvenOlli SaarelaFinland
Black Out p.s. Red OutBlack Out p.s. Red OutMenelaos KaramaghiolisGreece, France, Portugal
The BuildingChung cuViệt LinhVietnam
TravellerO ViajantePaulo César SaraceniBrazil
A Sweet Scent of DeathUn dulce olor a muerteGabriel RetesMexico, Spain, Argentina
Strastnoy BoulevardStrastnoy bulvarVladimir KhotinenkoRussia
PassionPassionPeter DuncanAustralia, United States
The DanceDansinnÁgúst GuðmundssonIceland
FaraFaraAbai KarpykovRussia, Kazakhstan
A Time for DefianceLa hora de los valientesAntonio MerceroSpain
6:3 Play It Again Tutti6:3 avagy, Játszd újra TuttiPéter TímárHungary



  1. "21st Moscow International Film Festival (1999)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 22 March 2013. Retrieved 23 March 2013.
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