PRAGUE: The Serbian/Croatian coproduction Museum of the Revolution by Srđan Keča was awarded the East Doc Platform Award and also the IDFA Forum Award at the 8th edition of East DocPlatform. The biggest platform for Central and East European documentaries was held in Prague from 9 to 15 March 2019.
Approximately 350 film professionals attended and 50 projects in various stages of development and production competed for awards totaling 17,800 EUR.
East Doc Platform Award:Museum of the Revolution (Serbia, Croatia)Directed by Srđan KečaProduced by UZROK Coproduced by Restart
Honourable Mention:Wolves on the Borders! (Czech Republic)Directed by Martin PávProduced by FRAME Films
HBO Europe Development Award:The New Imperium (Russia)Directed by Anna Shishova-Bogolubova
Czech Television Co-production Award:A Marriage (Czech Republic, USA)Directed by Kateřina Hager, Asad FaruqiProduced by Bohemian Productions
Current Time TV Award:Untitled Rastorguev Project (Russia, Estonia)Directed by Susanna Baranzhieva, Aleksander KrylovProduced by TVINDIECoproduced by Marx Film
Golden Funnel Award:Olympic Halftime (Czech Republic, France, Switzerland)Directed by Haruna HoncoopProduced by D1 Film
IDFA Forum Award:Museum of the Revolution (Serbia, Croatia)Directed by Srđan Keča
DocsBarcelona Award:Fragile Memory (Ukraine)Directed by Ihor Ivanko
DOK Leipzig Awards:
The Pit (Russia)Directed by Nikolay Bem
Bottlemen (Serbia)Directed by Nemanja Vojinović
Sheffield Doc/Fest Award for Best project at Czech Docs… Coming Soon Presentation:Kiruna – A Brand New World (Czech Republic)Directed by Greta StocklassaProduced by Analog Vision
Sunny Side of the Doc Award:Olympic Halftime (Czech Republic, France, Switzerland)Directed by Haruna Honcoop