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    IDF announces 2021 Silver Eye Nominees

    The Institute of Documentary Film (IDF) will hand out its Silver Eye Award to the best short and feature documentaries from Central and Eastern Europe at the East Silver Market at the 25th Ji.hlava IDFF (October 26 – 31, 2021). Below is the complete list of nominated films in both the feature-length and short category> for feature-length, the jury consists of Rebecca de Pas (Visions du Réel, Programmer), Maarten Stoltz (Movies That Matter, Programmer), and Cintia Gil (Film Curator), while the short film jury consists of Marija Milovanović (Vienna Independent Shorts, Head of International Competition Fiction & Documentary), Lenka Tyrpáková (Pragueshorts Film Festival, Programmer), and Emilia Mazik (Short Waves Festival, Festival Director).

    Features

    • Colors of Tobi (dir. Alexa Bakony, prod. Gábor Osváth, Ildikó Szűcs, Hungary, 2021, 81′)
    • Disturbed Earth (dir. Kumjana Novakova, Guillermo Carreras-Candi, prod. Guillermo Carreras-Candi, Spain, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, 2021, 72′)
    • F@ck This Job (dir. Vera Krichevskaya, prod. Mike Lerner, Vera Krichevskaya /Six Days Film/, United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, 2021, 104′)
    • Hippodrome (dir. Vladimir Loginov, prod. Elina Litvinova, Pille Rünk /Allfilm/, Estonia, 2021, 85′)
    • Landscapes of Resistance (dir. Marta Popivoda, prod. Dragana Jovovic /THEORY AT WORK/, Jasmina Sijercic /Bocalupo Films/, Serbia, Germany, France, 2021, 95′)
    • Lines (dir. Barbora Sliepková Barbara Janišová Feglová /HITCHHIKER Cinema/, Slovakia, 2021, 80′)
    • Mara (dir. Sasha Kulak, prod. Louis Beaudemont /Les Steppes Productions/, France, 2021, 62′)
    • Orpheus (dir. Vadim Kostrov, prod. Gleb Piryatinskiy /mal de mer films/, Russia, 2021, 116′)
    • Roses. Film – Cabaret (dir. Irena Stetsenko, prod. Oleksandra Kravchenko, Oleg Sosnov, Ukraine, 2021, 80′)
    • The Intensive Life Unit (dir. Adéla Komrzý, prod. Pavla Janoušková Kubečková /nutprodukce/, Czech Republic, 2021, 72′)

    Shorts

    • Dirndlschuld (dir. Wilbirg Brainin-Donnenberg, prod. Wilbirg Brainin-Donnenberg, Austria, 2021, 15′)
    • Don’t Hesitate to Come for a Visit, Mom (dir. Anna Artemyeva, prod. Daphne Pascual, Russia, 2021, 12′)
    • Dusk (dir. Bálint Bíró, prod. Bálint Bíró, Hungary, 2020, 21′)
    • For Tomorrow Paradise Arrives (dir. Anna Hints, prod. Evelin Penttilä /Stellar Film/, Johanna Maria Paulson, Estonia, 2021, 28′)
    • Children of the Dead (dir. Luay Albasha, prod. Luay Albasha, Dominik Barič, Spain, Czech Republic, 2021, 24′)
    • I’m Here (dir. Julia Orlik, prod. Agata Golańska, Poland, 2021, 15′)
    • Once Upon a Time in Israel (dir. Weronika Szyma, prod. Weronika Szyma, Poland, 2021, 11′)
    • Solar Voyage (dir. Adam Zadlo, prod. Jerzy Kapuscinski & Ewa Jastrzebska /Munk Studio – Polish Filmmakers Association/, Poland, 2021, 18′)
    • Sounds of Weariness (dir. Taymour Boulos, prod. Taymour Boulos, Lebanon, Belgium, Hungary, Portugal, 2021, 13′)
    • WE HAVE TO SURVIVE: Fukushima! (dir. & prod. Tomáš Krupa /HAILSTONE/, Slovakia, 2021, 13′)
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