The closing ceremony of the Ural Film Festival of Russian Cinema took place on September 8.

Arrhythmia (director: Boris Khlebnikov) received Grand Prize for the Best Film.

Members of the jury walked the red carpet at the Award Ceremony, namely Andrey Proshkin (chairman of the jury), Larisa Malukova, Lyubov Mulmenko, Yury Raisky, Natalia Ivanova; actresses: Inga Oboldina, Mariya Borovicheva, Oksana Skakun, Anfisa Vistingausen; actors: Yury Mazikhin, Dmitriy Urosov, Egor Klinaev, Mikhail Bresler, Valery Maslov; directors: Valeria Surkova, Yusup Razikov, Ivan Bolotnikov, Alexey Rybin, Anja Kreis, Dmitry Davydov, Elena Zhigaeva, Alexandra (Sasha) Sashneva, Ilia Antonenko.

Pavel Krekov, deputy of the governor of Sverdlovsk region, and Vladimir Makeranets, director of the Ural Open Festival of Russian Cinema welcomed guests and participants.


The winners in the nominations

Best Debut went to the actor Valery Maslov for the leading part in the film Sella Turcica.
Best Cinematography was given to Shandor Berkershi for the film Kharms.
Best Actress: Irina Gorbacheva for the film Arrhythmia.
Best Actor: Alexander Yatsenko for the film Arrhythmia.
Best Producer went to the producers Daria Lavrova, Philip Brusnikin, Denis Luzanov, Alexander Gadalov and Yusup Razikov for the film  Sella Turcica.
Best Director: Yusup Razikov for the film  Sella Turcica.
People's Choice Award. Short Film. The film I Am Driving As I Want, director Denis Filyukov.
People's Choice Award: The film Light Up!, director Kyrill Pletnev.
Special Jury Prize for the script to the film Thawed Carp. Scriptwriters are Andrey Taratukhin, Dmitry Lanchikhin, Oksana Karas and Vladimir Kott
Diploma of the Jury went to the actress Tatyana Vladimirova for the film Pagans.
Diploma by the Russian Guild of Film Critics to the film Pagans (director Valeria Surkova) for the author’s stoicism protecting personal freedom.
Prize by the Russian Guild of Film Critics "Elephant" to the film Arrythmia (director Boris Khlebnikov) for a fine feeling of the beat of the modern life.
Prize by the newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta to the film It Will All Be Over Soon (director Alexey Rybin) for successful experience of an artistic analysis of current social problems.