The award for the overall best film, set in the timeframe between WWI up until the recent history.
The award for the overall best film, set in the timeframe between the Renaissance up until the beginning of the 20th century.
The award for the overall best film, set in the timeframe between the decline of the Roman Empire up until the transition to modernity.
The award for the overall best film, set in the timeframe between the very beginning of time up until the end of late antiquity.
The perspective of a wider audience to enjoy a movie. Accessibility, entertainment value, and marketability are some of the evaluation criteria here.
This award is most based on our jury’s historians’ and archaeologists’ opinions regarding the overall historically authentic appeal of the winning film.
This award goes to the artist(s) who created or put together a film’s most aesthetic and accurate set, the film’s art direction, decoration and furniture.
The most historically and cinematically applied clothes, armour and character specific historical details like a suebian hair knot, define where this award goes to.
Here we award the best overall thematically, historically and emotionally fitting musical soundtrack, ideally specifically created for the film.
Goes to the best narrative story structure, engaging plot and the most gripping viewing experience, beyond just the visual aspect.
Here we would like to appreciate the most visually stunning direction of photography and creative craftsmanship, directly behind the film camera.
This award honours the most outstanding performance across the submitted filmes of all four timeframes.