2005

RESULTS
of the Tenth International Environmental Film Festival
“Green Vision”
Saint Petersburg
September 19-23, 2005

The Tenth International Environmental Film Festival "Green Vision" St. Petersburg is completed. More than 300 films from 32 countries were submitted for the competition programme. 44 films from 26 countries were presented in the content of the Tenth International Environmental Film Festival "Green Vision" in St. Petersburg September 19-23, 2005

The International Jury represented by:

  • Nigel Ashcroft, Great Britain
  • Monique m. van den Broek, the Netherlands
  • Alexander Belinsky, Russia
  • Kliment Mindjev, Bulgaria
  • Tatiana Uraevskaya, Russia

came to a decision not to award any film in nomination  Best Film about the Baltic Sea Region 

The Prize and diploma in nomination
For the Best Film about Water is awarded to the film
Hula - the Untamed Swamp, Israel, Director Alpert Moshe

The Prize and diploma in nomination
For the Optimistic Vision of the Future is awarded to the film
The living marsh, Bulgaria , Director: Dobrin Keresteliev

The Prize and diploma in nomination
For Artistic Merits is awarded to the film
My halcyon river, UK, Director Charlie Hamilton-James

The Prize and diploma in nomination
For Comprehensive and Profound Presentation of the Topic is awarded to the film
Strange encounters of the third kind, Austria, Director Kurt Munol

The Prize and diploma in nomination
For the Beauty and Humanism is awarded to the film
Mishko, Macedonia, Director, Vlado Dencov

The Prize and diploma in nomination
For the Courage in Making an Environmental Film is awarded to the film
Toxic ships, Italy, Director Vincenzo Pergolizzi

The Prize and diploma in nomination
The Most Original Interpretation of Environmental Problems is awarded to the film
Barstadt beavers, Germany, Director Marc-Andreas Bochert

The Prize and diploma in nomination
The Best Film for Children and Young People is awarded to the series
A Heap of Gems by Pilot studio, Russia

The special prize of jury is awarded to the film
A Silent Killer, India, Director: Dhananjoy Mandal

Grand Prix is awarded to the film
Dream Land, Latvia, Director Laila Pakalnina

During the Festival, environmental film-makers and environmental experts visited St. Petersburg to discuss different approaches to reflecting environmental issues by means of the cinema.


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