The Best East/Central European Documentary 2018?

Skrevet den 05-10-2018 22:33:47 af Tue Steen Müller

The Best East/Central European Documentary 2018?

The IDF (Institute of Documentary Film) based in Prague hosts a yearly so-called Silver Eye Award that has been granted annually since 2009 to the best East and Central European documentary films in two categories: short and feature documentary film with approx. 11 films in each category. There are juries and the winners will be announced at the Ji.hlava festival and of this month: “The winner in each category receives not only a unique award trophy, but also a prize money of 2 250 € and a year-long festival service of the East Silver Caravan worth of additional 2 250 €.”

With all respect to the short film genre, I will only mention the feature documentaries with links to the reviews written on this site:

Rodeo (dir. Raimo Jõerand, Kiur Aarma, Estonia, Finland, 2018)

Are You Sleeping, Brother Jakob? (dir. Stefan Bohun, Austria, 2018)
Bruce Lee & the Outlaw (dir. Joost Vandebrug, Great Britain, Netherlands, Czech Republic, 2018)
Home Games (dir. Alisa Kovalenko, Ukraine, France, Poland, 2018)

A Woman Captured (dir. Bernadett Tuza-Ritter, Hungary, Germany, 2017)

The Distant Barking of Dogs (dir. Simon Lereng Wilmont, Denmark, 2017)

Chris the Swiss (dir. Anja Kofmel, Switzerland, Germany, Croatia, Finland, 2018)

Solving My Mother (dir. Ieva Ozolina, Latvia, 2017)
Genesis 2.0  (dir. Christian Frei, Maxim Arbugaev, Switzerland, 2018)
No Obvious Signs (dir. Alina Gorlova, Ukraine, 2018)

When the War Comes (dir. Jan Gebert, Czech Republic, Croatia, 2018)

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