At the 28th International Cinematographers Film Festival in Bitola, Macedonia (Sept 25-30), cinematographers Dragan Markovic and Jaromir Sofr shared the Golden Camera 300 award for their work on Croatian Kristijan Milic's The Living And The Dead and Czech Jiri Menzel's I Served The King Of England, respectively.

The jury presided by Hungarian director Karoly Makk and comprised of UK film critic Philip Bergson, Macedonian director Sergej Stanojkovski, German cinematographer Matthias Maasz and Chezch writer-director Marek Dobesh gave the Silver Camera 300 award to Virginie Saint-Martin for Macedonian Teona Mitevska's I Am From Titov Veles, while the third place award, Bronze Camera 300, went to Christopher Doyle for Gus Van Sant's Paranoid Park.

A special diploma was given to Gabor Medvigy for Hungarian Zoltan Kamondi's Dolina and Italian Luca Bigazzi took the MOSFILM Special Award for Gianni Amelio's Missing Star.