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    IDFA 2022: the complete winners

    Following the announcement of IDFA Forum 2022 winners earlier in the week, the full list of awarded films at the 35th festival have now been announced.

    IDFA 2022 Awards

    • Best Film: Apolonia, Apolonia (dir. Lea Glob) – Denmark, Poland, France
    • Best Directing: Much Ado About Dying (dir. Simon Chambers) – Ireland, United Kingdom
    • Best Editing: Journey Through Our World (Mario Steenbergen) – The Netherlands
    • Best Cinematography: Paradise (Paul Guilhaume) – France, Switzerland
    • Best Film (Envision): Manifesto (dir. Angie Vinchito) – Russia
    • Best Directing (Envision): The Fabulous Ones (dir. Roberta Torre) – Italy
    • Outstanding Artistic Contribution (Envision): My Lost Country (dir. Ishtar Yasin Gutiérrez) – Costa Rica, Iraq, Chile, Egypt
    • Special Mention (Envision): Notes for a Film (dir. Ignacio Agüero) – Chile, France
    • DocLab Award for Immersive Non-Fiction: In Pursuit of Repetitive Beats – United Kingdom
    • Special Jury Award for Creative Technology: Plastisapiens (Miri Chekhanovich, Edith Jorisch) – Canada, Israel
    • DocLab Award for Digital Storytelling: He Fucked the Girl Out of Me – USA
    • Special Jury Award for Creative Technology: His Name Is My Name (Eline Jongsma, Kel O’Neill) – The Netherlands
    • Best Short Documentary: Away (dir. Ruslan Fedotow) – Hungary, Belgium, Portugal
    • Special Mention (Short): The Porters (dir. Sarah Vanagt) – Belgium
    • Best Youth Film (14+): Home Is Somewhere Else (dir. Matthias Joulaud, Lucien Roux) – Mexico, USA
    • Special Mention (Youth Documentary): Jasmin’s Two Homes (dir. Inka Achté, Hanna Karppinen) – Finland
    • Best First Feature: The Etilaat Roz (dir. Abbas Rezaie) – Afghanistan
    • Special Mention (First Feature): Guapo’y (dir. Sofia Paoli Thorne) – Paraguay, Argentina
    • Best Dutch Film: Journey Through Our World (dir. Petra Lataster-Czisch, Peter Lataster) – The Netherlands
    • Special Mention (Dutch Film): Inside My Heart (dir. Saskia Boddeke) – The Netherlands
    • Beeld & Geluid IDFA ReFrame Award: Private Footage (dir. Janaína Nagata) – Brazil
    • Special Mention (IDFA ReFrame): The March on Rome (dir. Mark Cousins) – Italy

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