Festivals: 29th International Short Film Festival Berlin – The Awards

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International Competition

Berlin-Brandenburg Short Award –  Best Film € 6000 from Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg: The Mass of Men, Gabriel Gauchet, England, 2012, 17:00 min

Best Live-Action € 2000 from SAE Institute Berlin: Solitudes, Liova Jedlicki, Rumänien / Frankreich, 2012, 17:00 min

Best Animation € 1000  from Luzia: Choir Tour, Edmunds Jansons, Lettland, 2012, 5:00 min

Best CinematographyPostproduction, value of € 10000 fromARRI: The Mass of Men, Gabriel Gauchet, England, 2012, 17:00 min

Confrontations – Films against Violence and Intolerance

1st Prize € 2000 from the Federal Agency for Civic Education: Baghdad Messi, Sahim Omar Kalifa, Belgien, 2013, 18:30 min

2nd Prize € 1000 from the Federal Agency for Civic Educatio: Vehicule Ecole, Benjamin Guillard, Frankreich, 2012, 16:30 min

Documentary Competition

Best Documentary Audience Award 1.000 € from HOMEPRODUCTIONS: Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution, Matthew Vandyke, USA, 2013

German Competition

Best German Film – 1st Prize € 2.000,- from ic! berlin: Liebling, Izabela Plucinska, Deutschland, 2013, 6:54 min

Best German Film – 2nd Prize € 1.000 from 25p *MEDIA GROUP: Das Geschenk, Mariejosephin Schneider, Deutschland, 2012, 12:00 min

Green Screen Competition

Best Enviromental Film, € 1000,- from Heinrich Böll Stiftung: El Último Hielero, Sandy Patch, USA, 2013, 14:11 min

Audience Award for the weirdest & most wonderful film € 1000 from Ampelmann: Happy B-Day, Holger Frick, Deutschland, 2013, 8:08 min

Viral Video Award

Audience Award € 1000 from fritz kola: Theory of Everything, Edward L. Dark, UK 2012, 5:00 min

Jury Award € 1000 from Kobalt Production: Follow the Frog, Max Joseph, USA 2012, 3:00 min

Award for Best Political Viral € 1000 from the Heinrich Böll Foundation for the best political viral addressing climate change, democracy or justice: Fragile Childhood – Monsters, Mikko Lehtinen, Finnland 2013, 1:00 min