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8-th Edition

The three-judge panel of 8th Gdańsk DocFilm Festival consisting of the chairman Maciej Drygas, Małgorzata Taraszkiewicz-Zwolicka and dr Sebastian Jakub Konefał unanimously chose the film:”Unmistaken Child” directed by Nati Baratz (Israel, 2008,102 min) to be granted the main award: the statue “Brama Wolności” and the price award of 10000 zł sponsored by the President of the city of Gdańsk ,Paweł Adamowicz, for the beautiful and touching picture of the world of spirituality and humility.

Additionaly, the judges honoured  documentary film: “The last tightrope dancer in Armenia” directed by Arman Yeritsyan and Inny Sahakyan (Armenia/USA/Japan,2009,54 min) with the statue ”Brama Wolności” for showing  truly sensitively  the world sinking into oblivion.

The chairman of the judges: Maciej Drygas received the special award-the statue “Brama Wolności” and diploma for being insightful and consistent in attempting to reveal the truth. The Audience Award was granted to the documentary film of Paweł Jóźwiak-Rodan  :“Mama,Tata,Bóg i Szatan”.The lucky viewer who voted for the Audience Award and won a DVD player and cosmetics Yves Rocher was Alina Baczynska.

NOMINATED FILMS:

  • Mama Tata Bóg i Szatan, dir. Paweł Jóźwiak-Rodan, Polska, 2008, 43 min Mother, father, God and the devil
  • Szczęściarze,  dir. Tomasz Wolski, Polska, 2009, 26 min
  • Aktorzy, dir. Tomasz Wolski, Polska, 2009, 28 min
  • Matka, dir. Jakub Piątek, Polska, 11 min
  • Zabawy z czasem, dir. Jarosław Wszędybył, Polska, 2010, 55 min
  • Warszawa do wzięcia, dir. Karolina Bielawska, Julia Ruszkiewicz Polska, 2009, 51 min
  • Nauczanie początkowe, dir. Marcin Bortkiewicz, Polska, 2009, 37 min
  • Co się stało z polskim Billem Gatesem?, dir. Piotr Lipiński  Polska, 2008, 23’50” min
  • Plank, dir.  Billy Pols, The Netherlands, 2009, 15 min
  • The solitary life of cranes, dir. Eva Weber, 2008, 27
  • 315/420, reż. Wojciech Kuś, Polska, 2007, 16′ 43″ min
  • Views on Vermeer, dir. Hans Pool, The Netherlands, 2009, 52 min
  • Salt, dir. Michael Angus, Murray Fredericks, Australia, 2009, 28 min
  • The Poot, Elham Asadi, Iran, 2009, 42 min
  • The Last Tightrope Dancer in Armenia, dir. Arman Yeritsyan, Inna Sahakyan, Armenia, USA, Japan, 2009, 54 min
  • A Normal Life. Chronicle of a Sumo Wrestler, dir. Jill Coulon, Japan, France, 2009, 83 min
  • The Joyside of Europe, dir. Lucian Busse, Gernany,  2008, 84 min
  • Blue Gold: world water wars  , dir. USA, 2008, Sam Bozzo, 90 min
  • Goleshovo dir. Ilian Metev, United Kingdom / Bulgaria, 34 min
  • The Biggest Chinese Restaurant In The World, dir. Wei Jun Chen,  UK, Denmark, Netherlands,  2008, 80 min
  • From somewhere to nowhere, dir. Villi Hrmann, Switzerland, 2009, 86 min
  • Wybraniec / Unmistaken Child reż. Nati Baratz, Israel, 2008, 102 min
  • Lighthouse, dir. Chi-Jang Yin, USA, China, 2009, 16 min
  • Tsirk, dir.David R. Cairns, Russia, UK, 2009, 23min
  • Kruzensztern, dir. Maciej Cuske, Polska, 2009, 52 min
  • A copper man, dir. Maria Miro, Russia, 2008, 22 min
  • Wagah, Supriyo Sen, India, Germany, Pakistan, 2009, 14 min
  • Red Sands, dir. David Procter, UK, 2008,  25 min
  • The delicate art of bludgeon, dir. Jean-Gabriel Pierot, France, 2009, 4 min
  • Duck crossing, dir. Koldo Almandoz, Spain, 2009, 12 min

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