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The Jury of the International Documentary Competition is composed by Candida Paltiel, Modena City Ramblers (Davide “Dudu” Morandi, Massimo “Ice” Ghiacci, Franco D’Aniello, Francesco “Fry” Moneti), Alice Audouin, Ruben Khachatryan. The international jury prize is awarded to
LIFE FOR SALE
by Yorgos Avgeropoulos
Honorable Mention to:
HOMMES AUX SERPENTS
by Eric Flandin
The winning films powerfully communicate how we are faced with choices: social,political,economic, individual and collective in either choosing the path of destruction or in preserving life and the sustainability of the planet.
They consistently illustrate the relationship of the human world with the natural world and the fragility of that relationship. They did so thoughtfully in very complex, diverse, and highly charged situations. The international jury prize is awarded to Life for Sale and the honorable mention to Snake Man: Life for Sale by Yorgos Avgeropoulos acts as a warning about the extreme impact of the commodification of nature Snake Man by Eric Flandin shows how a single person can make that connection and difference in an almost magical way: Both films mirror and communicate the critical momemt the world is facing and show inspirational ways to deal with.
Cinemambiente once again shows the power of films to make change.
he Jury is composed by Matteo Basso, Marta Bollito, Chiara Morelli, Davide Spriano, Marco Tresso. The CPS- Torino Provincial Student Council Award jury prize is awarded to
by Mai Iskander
Honorable Mention to:
by Werner Boote
The criteria for choosing GARBAGE DREAMS as a winning film might appear superficial, compared to the ones employed by an International Jury, but the film has been carefully examined from different points of view.
The main purpose of this jury, composed by students was to choose a film capable of grabbing the attention of young people like us and engage them. The final choice, source of many discussions had been GARBAGE DREAMS. Thanks to their main charachters, with whom it is easy to empathize, we faced a different reality, which was closer to us than we expected We realized how such a rich and arrogant Country as ours has a lot to learn in matters of recycling and re-use. The dreams of those kids, albeit very different from ours, have the very same roots. The hope for a safer and cleaner future. We do hope that the young audience watching this film will understand the importance of the Separate Waste Collection, and will start to take care for the Planet without been overwhelmed by the sad, endless search for profit
We awarded PLASTIC PLANET with an honorable mention. It is a documentary that helped us reflect upon a material nowadays considered so common and banal to the point of being above any suspicion. We were shocked by the impact of plastic on our health and even more by the false ignorance of directors of big corporations, who are busy in filling our planet with plastic We warmely hope that the alarm bell sent by the film director will be received and deepened
The jury is composed by Antonella Tagliague - Claudio Bonivento - Federica Cellini - Gianfranco Pannone - Marco Gisotti - Maurizio Paffetti - Tessa Gelisio. The Green Cross Special Mention is awarded ex aequo to the films:
by Andreas Mol Dalsgaard
by Rupert Murray
The challenge of social and environmental sustainability should be a main issue of global and local governments. The communication of real-life cinema becomes an instrument of interpretation and an example of how politics is working in different areas of the Planet. For this reason the Special mention given by the Green Cross Jury is assigned to two films very different from each other in their visual language, way of production and subject. Both films represent this challenge.
The first film, a real story narrated with humor and high spirit, shows us a new possible world, thanks to the intelligence and the “good crazyness” of two men who decided not to surrender to conformism and give a new boost to politics with competence and method. In fact, if all big cities could be ruled in the way suggested by Antanas Mockus and Enrique Peñalosa, we could finally speak of an eco-sustainable society and show that a new world is possible.
The second film awarded is a documentary capable of comparing the beauty of underwater biodiversity images, usually seen in more pleasing contexts, with the alarming problem of extinguishing of the fishing stock and its implications for marine life. This problem becomes the symbol of the world’s environmental crisis, it shows on screen the global crash between nature, with its immovable laws, and bad politics that obeys to private interests.
The Jury of the Italian Documentary Competition is composed by: Maurizio Pallante, Anastasia Plazzotta, Florencia Santucho. The jury prize is awarded to
by Simona Risi
The director is capable of catching glimpses of real life without been intrusive. The carachters shows that reality can be changed throught strong perseverance and determination.
A NORD EST
by Milo Adami Luca Scivoletto
The film analyzes the decadence within consumerist society, pointing to its causes, from the points of view both winners and losers. By doing so it conveys to the audience an objective perception of reality
The Jury LEGAMBIENTE is composed by Marilisa Schellino, Fabio Barovero, Fabio Dovana, Salvatore Venezia, Federico Vozza. The Legambiente Special mention is awarded to
IL SUOLO MINACCIATO
by Nicola Dall’olio
It shows in a clear and effective way a present-day problem such as the soil exploitation with an engaging and original editing
The Jury of the International short film competition is composed by the Master students of European Institute of Design- IED Adele Ballarini, Sara Conforti, Marcello Dal Farra, Nadia D’Annunzio, Maria Vittoria Alessandra Di Rienzo, Stefania Lusito, Alessandra Magagna, Giulia Rosa Maringoni, Laura Riello, Jacopo Sica, Eduardo Troconis, Lucia Venturi Casadei. The jury prize is awarded to
HOW GREEN WAS OUR VALLEY
by Fereshteh Joghataei
To the courage of a woman director in reporting with clear, sharp realism and sensitivity an environmental calamity caused by governmental decisions, and its dramatic relapses on local communities
Honorable Mention to:
del regista Eckhard Kruse
For its originality, accessibile and ironical language, it shows the frenzied rythm of modernity and its own contraddictions in only few minutes.
The Jury of the WWF is composed by Riccardo Fortina, Isabella Pratesi, Alessandra Vivarelli. The WWF Special Mention is awarded to
SUN COME UP
by Jennifer Redfearn
The film deals with the environmental host refugees. A topic that has not yet been discussed enough with a light but touching narration