El proyecto esloveno Daughter of Camorra triunfa en Docu Rough Cut Boutique
por Vladan Petković
- Serbia, Croacia y Bulgaria también pueden presumir de premio. El programa Ji.hlava's Docu Talents from the East también celebró su presentación y anunció sus proyectos ganadores
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The Sarajevo Film Festival's Docu Rough Cut Boutique, an intensive five-day programme focused exclusively on documentary films from Southeast Europe that are in production or post-production, gave out its awards last night at the ceremony held on the Festival Square by the Sarajevo National Theatre.
The biggest award, comprising €20,000 in post-production services from Digital Cube Romania, went to the Slovenian project Daughter of Camorra [+lee también:
entrevista: Siniša Gacić
ficha de la película] by Siniša Gačić. The story is about former Camorra assassin Cristina Pinto, who is struggling with the challenges of a normal life after her release from Italian prisons, where she spent 24 years of her life. The project also received the HBO Europe Award, worth €2,000.
Serbian filmmaker Danilo Cekovic received the IDFA Award, consisting of a full invitation to the festival's 2018 edition, for Diary of a Serious Offender.
Croatian director Djuro Gavran picked up the DOK Preview at DOK Leipzig Award, which takes him and his project to the German documentary event, for One of Us [+lee también:
entrevista: Djuro Gavran
ficha de la película].
For more details on all Docu Rough Cut Boutique projects, click here.
This year, the Ji.hlava IDFF's Docu Talents from the East, a presentation of outstanding documentary films at various stages of production and post-production from Central and Eastern Europe, moved from Karlovy Vary to Sarajevo, and included ten projects - for the list, click here.
The Docu Talent Award, in cooperation with Current Time TV, worth $5,000, was shared between the Azerbaijani project Birthday by Hilal Bajdarov and Aleksandr Mihalkovich's My Granny from Mars (Belarus/Ukraine).
At its presentation, Ji.hlava also announced its Emerging Producers for 2019 (click here) as well as the new financial prizes for its competition sections: $10,000 each for Between the Seas and Czech Joy. The newly established Between the Seas student film competition will also have a budget of $3,500 for the main award and $1,500 for the Special Mention.
Here is the list of Docu Rough Cut Boutique award winners:
Diary of a Serious Offender - Danilo Cekovic (Serbia)
HBO Europe Award
Daughter of Camorra
DOK Preview Award
One of Us - Djuro Gavran (Croatia)
Docu Talent Award
Birthday - Hilal Bajdarov (Azerbaijan)
My Granny from Mars - Aleksandr Mihalkovich (Belarus/Ukraine)
(Traducción del inglés)
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