“Grand Budapest Hotel” wins Jury Grand Prize at Berlin Film Festival
The Huffington Post has just revealed that Ralph Fiennes’s newest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, has won the prestigious Jury Grand Prize at the Berlin Film Festival. The Jury Grand Prize is a Silver Bear award that is the second most illustrious award at the festival after the Golden Bear prize (won this year by director Diao Yinan’s Black Coal, Thin Ice).
The film is directed by Wes Anderson and stars Fiennes as M. Gustave, the hotel’s famous concierge. You can check out our past articles about the movie, including clips, here and here.
The Grand Budapest Hotel is already gaining critical acclaim before it is released in theaters on March 7. Are you excited for Fiennes’s new film? Will you be checking out the movie when it hits theaters? Let us know!