2013

PROTOCOL of the decision
of the international Jury
of the XVIII International Environmental Film Festival "Green Vision"
Saint Petersburg 25-29 November 2013

 

 

 

 

In the content of the Eighteenth International Environmental Film Festival "Green Vision" Saint Petersburg, 25-29 November 2013 were presented 38 films from 22 countries.

The International jury represented by:

The Chairman

  • Sergey Makhov, Belarus

Members of the Jury:

  • Margarita Smitskaya, Moldova
  • Liudmila Romaniuk, Russia
  • Rostislav Aalto, Finland
  • Sergey Alloy, Israel

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

  • The Prize and diploma in nomination
    For the Optimistic Vision of the Future is awarded to the film

To catch the train that left the station, Russia, Andrey Kim


  • The Prize and diploma in nomination
    For Artistic Merits is awarded to the film

The Second Wind, Russia, Sergey Tsyss


  • The Prize and diploma in nomination
    For Comprehensive and Profound Presentation of the Topic is awarded to the film

Welcome to Fukushima, Belgium, Allain de Alleux


  • The Prize and diploma in nomination
    For the Courage in Making an Environmental Film is awarded to the film

Okarina, Russia, Igor Polestchouk


  • The Prize and diploma in nomination
    The Most Original Interpretation of Environmental Problems is awarded to the film

The Capacities, Germany, Kuesti Fraun


  • The Prize and diploma in nomination
    For the Beauty and Humanism is awarded to the film

The Falcon Over the Town, Belarus, Igor Byshnev

and to the film

Falcons in the Monastery, Germany, Wieland Lippoldmuller


  • The Prize and diploma in nomination
    The Best Film for Children and Youth is awarded to the

Jiraffe Studio


  • Grand Prix is awarded to the film The Moor, Germany, Jan Haft

 

Saint Petersburg

November 29, 2013


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