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Best International Documentary
Der Letze Fang - Markus CM Schmidt
For the effective use of narrative and camera work, an efficacious score, outstanding natural protagonists in stories spanning three generations in an account of overfishing that depletes marine resources and threatens the reproduction of several species. The finely paced editing matches an environmental subject with a variety of stories that hold the viewer’s attention.
Lost Rivers - Caroline Bacle
Spare in words, stark in images, this indie leads us beside the waters flowing beneath city streets to discover a new urban landscape.
Trashed - Candida Brady
An important British film production with a noted celebrity who addresses a planetary problem: neglect, ignorance, and mismanagement of waste disposal. A plain yet generous testimony by Jeremy Irons.
Char… no man's Island - Sourav Sarangi
The film efficaciously shows the tragic impact of economic and political decisions on the environment and its inhabitants. It also presents a stark contrast between precarious living conditions in one of the world’s poorest areas and our Western society, provoking an appreciation for many things we often take for granted. The photography and narrative technique are both highly effective.
Best Italian Documentary
Teorema Venezia - Andreas Pichler
Carefully well-balanced, poetic yet frank, the accounts give an unexpected view of Venice. The images and sounds reveal a dramatic scenario for the city.
Il giorno che verrà - Simone Salvemini
For having given voice to four compelling stories of environmental engagement, a strong denunciation against a highly polluting coal-fired power plant that exemplifies the conflict between the economic interests of the few and the rights and well-being of the many.For having portrayed an area where industrial sites embody the contradictions of modern society. A society in which far too often – and unacceptably – work, health, and environmental principles become irreconcilable.
Special Award GUIDO BOCCACCINI
Materia oscura - Massimo D’Anolfi, Martina Parenti
For the demonstrated responsibility and competence in the judicious and dialectic selection of archive footage. For the way the cinematographic components of sound and image evoke the viewer’s feelings, while drawing attention to as yet unresolved questions. For presenting a political perspective that goes beyond the local situation in Sardinia to the national and international stage.
Best Documentary 'The house of tomorrow'
Ultima chiamata - Enrico Cerasuolo
For the efficacy in sounding the alarm to take united action: the public, the companies, and the institutions. For fostering sustainability based on practical, simple principles.
Best medium lenght Documentary
Black Out - Eva Weber
Starting from the problem of lack of accessibility to electricity, the film proceeds with formal elegance and sensitivity to the vision of a community in search of its future. Despite the paradoxical situation of a country where political and economic corruption is rife, the film gives a poetic portrait of the daily quest for hope.
Special Prize SUB TI
Orange Witness - Andrew Nisker
With a critical eye for the subject, the film director takes an ethical and aesthetic reflection to its extreme consequences of beauty and cruelty, compassion and denouncement.
Food Savers - Valentin Thurn