The Warsaw Film Festival Audience Awards
In the documentary film category, the top score among audiences went to Defamation (Hashmatsa) by Yoav Shamir. In the short film category, the winner was The Pig (Grisen) by Dorte W. Hogh.
Presented below are the remaining titles in the Top 10 lists for feature and documentary film categories, and the Top 5 for the short film category.
3. A Matter of Size (Sipur Gadol), directed by Erez Tadmor and Sharon Maymon;
4. A Shine of Rainbows, directed by Vic Sarin;
5. La Boheme, directed by Robert Dornhelm;
6. The Secret of Kells, directed by Tomm Moore and Nora Twomey;
7. Mommy Is at the Hairdresser’s, directed by Léa Pool;
8. The Two Horses of Genghis Khan, directed by Byambasuren Davaa;
9. Lymelife, directed by Derick Martini;
10. Native Dancer (Baksy), directed by Guka Omarova.
2. Big River Man, directed by John Maringouin;
3. Béjart Ballet Lausanne: Of Heart And Courage, directed by Arantxa Aguirre;
4. Only When I Dance, directed by Beadie Finzi;
5. Disco and Atomic War, directed by Jaak Kilmi and Kiur Aarma;
6. Children of the Pyre, directed by Rajesh S. Jala;
7. Bad Boys. Cell 425, directed by Janusz Morozowski;
8. Fixer: The Taking of Ajmal Naqshbandi, directed by Ian Olds;
9. Osadne, directed by Marko Skop;
10. Kimjongilia, directed by N.C. Heikin.
2. A Practical Guide for Imaginary Friends (Abridged), directed by Ciro Altabás;
3. Good Advice, directed by Andreas Tibblin;
4. Edgar, directed by Fabian Busch;
5. Sand, directed by Joost van Ginkel.
Translated by Karolina Kołtun