The 22nd annual Berlin International Film Festival was held from 23 June to 4 July 1972. The Golden Bear was awarded to the Italian film I racconti di Canterbury directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini.
|Location||West Berlin, Germany|
|Awards||Golden Bear (I racconti di Canterbury)|
|Festival date||23 June – 4 July 1972|
The following people were announced as being on the jury for the festival:
- Eleanor Perry, writer and screenwriter (United States) - Jury President
- Fritz Drobilitsch-Walden, writer, journalist and critic (Austria)
- Francis Cosne, writer and producer (France)
- Rita Tushingham, actress (United Kingdom)
- Tinto Brass, director and screenwriter (Italy)
- Yukichi Shinada, film critic (Japan)
- Julio Coll, director and screenwriter (Spain)
- Hans Hellmut Kirst, writer (West Germany)
- Herbert Oberscherningkat, journalist and producer (West Germany)
Films in competitionEdit
The following films were in competition for the Golden Bear award:
† Winner of the main award for best film in its section
The following prizes were awarded by the Jury:
- Golden Bear: I racconti di Canterbury by Pier Paolo Pasolini
- Silver Bear for Best Director: Jean-Pierre Blanc for La Vieille Fille
- Silver Bear for Best Actress: Elizabeth Taylor for Hammersmith Is Out
- Silver Bear for Best Actor: Alberto Sordi for Detenuto in attesa di giudizio
- Silver Bear for an outstanding artistic achievement: Peter Ustinov for Hammersmith Is Out
- Silver Bear Extraordinary Jury Prize: The Hospital by Arthur Hiller
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