Jury Grand Prix
The Jury Grand Prix (also Grand Jury Prize, Grand Prize of the Jury) is a Silver Bear award given by the jury at the Berlin International Film Festival to one of the feature films in competition. It is the runner-up to the Golden Bear prize and is considered the second most prestigious prize at the festival.
The award was first introduced at the 15th Berlin International Film Festival in 1965. The prize was also formerly known as the Special Jury Prize. In 2000 at the 50th Berlin International Film Festival, its title was officially changed to "Jury Grand Prix".
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