SILVER EYE AWARD
Silver Eye Jury - Short Documentary
Danielle DiGiacomo, Consultant, Producer Tribeca Gucci Fund / IFP / Dandig Productions, USA
Cynthia Kane, Programming Manager, ITVS Television's Independent Voice / ITVS International, USA
Jenny Ross, Acquisitions WITNESS Programme, Al Jazeera English, UK
Silver Eye Jury - Mid-Length Documentary
Catherine Le Clef, Head of Acquisitions & Sales, CAT & Docs, France
Philippa Kowarsky, Managing Director, Cinephil, Israel
Charles Schuerhof, Director of Acquisitions & Sales, PBS International, USA
Silver Eye Jury - Feature Documentary
Anais Clanet, International Sales, Wide Management, France
Sean Farnel, Director of Programming, Hot Docs, Canada
Charlotte Gry Madsen, Sales and Programme Consultant, DR International Sales / DR - Danish Broadcasting Corp., Denmark
SILVER EYE AWARD NOMINEES
The selection committee nominated 11 films in each category:
... Till it Hurts (dir. Marcin Koszalka, Poland), Arsy-Versy (dir. Miro Remo, Slovakia), Dreamers (dir. Nermin Hamzagic, Bosnia and Herzegovina), Faithful (dir. Nastia Tarasova, Russia), Chasm (dir. Wojciech Kasperski, Poland), I Love My Boring Life (dir. Jan Gogola, Czech Republic), Jolly Old Farts (dir. Manfred Vainokivi, Estonia), New Kaisertal City (dir. Melanie Hollaus, Austria), Six Weeks (dir. Marcin Janos Krawczyk, Poland), Songs from the Tundra (dir. Alexander Berman, Russia) and The Lucky Ones (dir. Tomasz Wolski, Poland).
Apocalypse on Wheels (dir. Alexandru Solomon, Romania), Cuba is Music (dir. Ilian Djevelekov, Bulgaria), Gatekeepers of War (dir. Zijad Ibrahimovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland), Jan Palach's Message (dir. Kristína Vlachová, Czech Republic), King Hugo and His Dumsel (dir. Franco De Pena, Francisco Arteaga Paez; Poland, Venezuela), Nyarma (dir. Edgar Bartenev, Russia), Phantom of Liberty II (dir. Karel Žalud, Czech Republic),
Rabbit a la Berlin (dir. Bartek Konopka, Poland), The Bell (dir. Audrius Stonys, Lithuania), The Sidetrack (dir. Anna Kazejak, Poland) and Women and the Guards (dir. Una Celma, Latvia).
Auto*Mate (dir. Martin Mareček, Czech Republic), Defamation (dir. Yoav Shamir, Austria, Denmark, Israel, USA), Disco and Atomic War (dir. Jaak Kilmi, Estonia), Forgotten Transports to Poland (dir. Lukáš Přibyl, Czech Republic), In Comparison (dir. Harun Farocki, Austria), Jan Hus - A Mass for Three Dead Men (dir. Miroslav Bambušek, Czech Republic), The Town of Badante Woman (dir. Stephan Komandarev, Bulgaria), One out of 8 (dir. Sabine Derflinger, Austria), Snapshots (dir. Peter Krištúfek, Slovakia), The Belgrade Phantom (dir. Jovan Todorovič, Serbia) and The Border (dir. Jaro Vojtek, Slovakia).
East Silver Eye winners will be announced at the 6th East Silver Market during the Closing ceremony of the XIII. Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival on October 31, 2009.