MakeDox 2012/ 2
Skrevet den 24-06-2012 23:21:45 af Tue Steen Müller
The innovative festival in Skopje is over and awards have been distributed. Apart from two of the films, frequent readers of filmkommentaren.dk will know the winning films very well from reviews and notes. Here you are, and below you get descriptions of the two last ones:
Best creative documentary in main selection-"ARGENTINIAN LESSON" (Wojciech Staron).
The award for ethical ideas- "CELL PHONE"(Nedzat Begovic)
The award for best presentation for human rights-"NOSTALGIA FOR THE LIGHT" (Patricio Guzman).
Best newcomer documentary-"HE THINKS HE IS THE BEST". Director: Maria Kuhlberg, Sweden, 2011, 75 mins. A documentary film which reflects the turbulent history of a family following its emigration to Italy. At the centre of the story is the conflict between two brothers which lasts for more than fifty years. The beginning of the film reveals that the brothers haven’t had contact for thirteen years.
Best documentary for kids and youth- "NICKY'S FAMILY". Slovakia/Czech Republic, 2011, 96’. (Photo). Director: Matej Mináč. A visually magnificent, emotionally packed journey through the almost forgotten work of a humble man. The true new ‘Schindler’s List’, without the commercial aspect. The man is now over 100 years old; he managed to save so many young people’s lives without mentioning anything about it for 50 years. This film will make you believe in grand noble deeds again, as is the case with ‘Nicky’s family’ – thousands of young people inspired to get engaged in acts of good deeds around the world.
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