Over 100 feature, documentary and short films were screened in 14 programmes including 13 titles in the main feature film competition. The international jury was composed of Paul René Roestad (Norway, president), Luca Coassin (Italy), Jani-Petteri Passi (Finland), Erol Zubcevic (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Darijan Pejovski (Macedonia).
Macedonian writer/director Milcho Manchevski was handed the Special Camera 300 Award for Special Contribution to World Cinema Art at the closing ceremony.
The festival opened with Bulgarian/German/Macedonian coproduction Directions / Posoki by Stefan Komandarev (Argo Film). This year the festival organised focuses on Austria and Denmark, a European cinema programme (with seven titles selected), an international competition for documentaries (with seven titles selected) and an international competition for short films (with 11 titles selected).
FULL LIST OF WINNERS:
Golden Camera 300: Marcell Rev for Jupiter's Moon / Jupiter holdja (Hungary, Germany)
Directed by Kornél Mundruczó
Silver Camera 300: Rainer Klausmann for In the Fade (Germany, France)
Directed by Fatih Akin
Bronze Camera 300: Dejan Dimeski for The Frog / Žaba (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Croatia, Serbia)
Directed by Elmir Jukić
Produced by Rеfresh Production
Coproduced by Skopje Film Studio, Living Pictures and Propeler Film
Supported by the BiH Film Fund, the Macedonian Film Agency and Eurimages
Short Film Competition:
Small Camera 300: Naum Doksevski for Look at Her / Vidi ja ti nea (Macedonia)
Directed by Goran Stolevski
Special Golden Camera 300: Milcho Manchevski for Outstanding Contribution to World Cinema Art
Golden Camera 300 Lifetime Achievement Award: Giuseppe Rotunno (Italy) and Pier Lhomme (France)