The EurAsia competition included 18 films with the jury headed by film director Jos Stelling from the Netherlands.
The first Tridens Baltic Film Award went to Three Men And Fish Pond from Latvian documentary film makers Laila Pakalnina and Maris Maskalans
Winners in full
Grand Prix: Hunger (Steve McQueen)
Best director: went to Michael Winterbottom (Genova)
Best actress: Aleksandra Tiuftej (Mukha)
Best actor:Kari Heiskanen, Pertti Sveholm, Timo Torikka (Three Wise Men)
Special Jury Prize:Waltz With Bashir (Ari Folman)
Director of Photography: Luca Bigazzi (Il Divo)
Special Mentions: The World Is Big, Salvation Lurks Around The Corner, Two Legged Horse' (Iran). The competition programme EurAsia included 18 films, the
jury was headed by film director Jos Stelling from the Netherlands.
Tridens Baltic feature film competition: Three Men And Fish Pond (Laila
Pakalnina and Maris Maskalans)
Best Cinematographer: Maris Maskalans (Three Men And Fish Pond )
Scottish Leader Estonian Film Award: Life Without Gabriella Ferri (Priit and Olga Pärn)
Special Mentions: Alyosha (Meelis Muhu), Toomik's Movie (Marko Raat).
Estonian documentary: The Kings of Time (Mait Laas) as
NETPAC award: The Shaft (Zhang Chi)
FICC award: World Is Big And Salvation Lurks Around the Corner (Stephan Komandarev)
Estonian Society of Cinematographers' Lifetime Achievement Award: Harry Rehe
The Audience Award: The Wrestler (Darren Aronofsky).
Lifetime Achievement Award: Max von Sydow.
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