The Jury of Short Films Competition of 26. WIFF decided to give the award for 'The Best Short Film' to the film 'The Cage' directed by Adrian Sitaru (Romania). The jury's justification reads as follows: For an outstanding and unpretentious way of dealing with the subject. For the simplicity of execution, but also for very complex performances of the actors, which enabled the real persons to appear on screen.
Two films got special menitons. 'The Order of Things' by César Esteban Alenda, José Esteban Alenda has a special mention for his bold description from inside of a daily drama too often considered as trivial. 'Autumn Man' by Jonas Selberg Augustsén won a special mention for his formal qualities at the service of a story full of poetry and humor.The Honorary Patron of the Warsaw Film Festival are the Mayor of Warsaw.The Strategic Partner of WFF is RWE.Our Sponsors and Partners are Empik, Multikino, Złote Tarasy, Twins s.c., and Epson.Our technological partner is Plus.The Official Car is Chevrolet.Media Partners: Filmweb, Gazeta Wyborcza, Gazeta.pl, Ströer, Trójka, and VIVA Television.WFF is subsidized by The Capital City of Warsaw, Polish Film Institute, and Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Warsaw Film Foundation /26th Warsaw Film Festival - October 8-17, 20106th CentEast Market Warsaw - October 15-17, 2010mailing address: WFF, P.O.Box 816, PL-00-950 Warsaw 1, Polandoffice/courier's address: ul. Lwowska 11/11, 00-660 Warsaw, Polandtel/fax: (48-22) 621 4647, 621 6268