Kusturica je obican prljavko i budala. U vecini zemalja bi bio ismevan, ali eto u Svrbiji je neko. Zato sto su Srbi jos vece budale.
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1st prize on Student's Film Festival in Karlovy Vary, (1978) for Guernica
Golden Lion for "Best First Work" in Venice Film Festival, (1981) for Do You Remember Dolly Bell?
Golden Palm Cannes Film Festival, (1985) for When Father Was Away on Business
FIPRESCI prize Cannes Film Festival, (1985) for When Father Was Away on Business
Best Foreign Language Academy Award Nomination, (1985) for When Father Was Away on Business
Best Director award at Cannes Film Festival, (1989) for Time of Gypsies
Silver Bear – Special Jury Prize at the Berlin Film Festival, (1993) for Arizona Dream
Golden Palm at Cannes Film Festival, (1995) for Underground
Silver Plate of best documentary at Chicago International Film Festival, (2001) for Super 8 Stories
Cinema Prize of the French Education System at Cannes Festival (2004) for Life is a Miracle
Best European Union Film at César Awards, (2005) for Life is a Miracle
Philippe Rotthier European Architecture Award, (2005) for Küstendorf village in Serbia
On 10 February 2007, Kusturica received Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, France's highest order in recognition of significant contribution to the arts.
Philippe Rotthier European Architecture Award for his ethnic village project Küstendorf (also called Drvengrad – "wooden town") on Mt. Zlatibor, Serbia, in 2005. The prize is awarded every three years by the Brussels Foundation for Architecture.
In 2004, The Prix de l'Education nationale (National Education Prize) honored Emir Kusturica and his film Život je čudo (Life is a Miracle).
2004 - Lifetime Achievement Award at the 26th Moscow International Film Festival
On 8 April 2011, Kusturica was the first person ever to receive "Momo Kapor award", for his book Death is an Unverified Rumour
In 2011, Kusturica won "Tipar award" for satire, awarded in the city of Pljevlja
Order of St. Sava, Serbian Orthodox Church's highest decoration, on 12 May 2012.
Honorary Magritte Award at the 4th Magritte Awards, on 1 February, 2014.
Order of St. King Milutin, awarded in Andrićgrad by Serbian Orthodox Church, on 28 June, 2014.