Eszter Hajdú, director of Judgement in Hungary has won the CEI Award (3.000 EUR) at the Trieste Film Festival where the film had it’s Italian premiere. Her documentary is about the trial of a group of Hungarian rightwing extremists who in 2008 and 2009, committed a series of random attacks on members of the Roma
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We are delighted to announce that the IDFA WorldView Summer School Award has been granted to The Shore Break, by Ryley Grunenwald. WorldView’s Marion Simpson said: “It’s great to be able to support such a talented filmmaker, with a poignant and dramatic story to tell.” The film follows a family feud between two cousins who have opposing
The nominations for the prestigious Grierson 2013: British Documentary Awards have been announced, and we are proud that three projects we have supported, No Fire Zone, Why Poverty? and 5 Broken Cameras are in the running for awards. We are particularly proud of No Fire Zone’s nomination for one of this year’s new categories, Best
Entries are open for the Japan Prize, a prestigious international competition for educational media. Generous prizes of USD$8,000 and $USD3,000 will be awarded to the two best proposals for TV programmes about literacy and language that contribute to education in an entrant’s country or region. The prize is organised by NHK, Japan’s public service broadcaster.