The 62nd Krakow Film Festival has drawn to a close with winning films announced. Awards were given across documentary, short film, and animated film categories. For the festival’s International Documentary Competition, the jury consisted of Till Brockmann (Switzerland), Christine Camdessus (France), Ohad Milstein (Israel), Petrula Veljanovska (North Macedonia), Agnieszka Zwiefka (Poland).
Find all the documentary winners of the 62nd Krakow Film Festival below.
62nd Krakow Film Festival Documentary Winners
- KFF RECOMMENDATION to the European Film Award in a documentary category – Bogna Kowalczyk for Boylesque (Poland)
- THE GOLDEN HORN for the director of the best film – Denis Dobrovoda for The Cathedral (Slovakia)
- THE SILVER HORN for the director of the film with high artistic values – Shaunak Sen for All That Breathes (USA, United Kingdom, India)
- THE SILVER HORN for the director of the film on social issues – Laura Sistero for Tolyatti Adrift (Spain)
- SPECIAL MENTION for The Hamlet Syndrome directed by Elwira Niewiera and Piotr Rosołowski (Poland, Germany)
- SPECIAL MENTION for Fragile Memory directed by Igor Ivanko (Ukraine, Slovakia)
- The FIPRESCI International Film Critics Prize – Hirotoshi Takeoka for Adamiani (Japan, The Netherlands)
- GOLDEN HEYNAL for the director of the best film (DOCFILMMUSIC) – Lucie Králová for Kapr Code (Czech Republic, Slovakia)
- SPECIAL MENTION (DOCFILMMUSIC) for Cesária Évora directed by Ana Sofia Fonseca (Portugal)
- SILVER HOBBY-HORSE for the director of the best documentary film over 30 minutes (National Competition) – Bogna Kowalczyk for Boylesque (Poland)
- SILVER HOBBY-HORSE for the director of the best documentary film under 30 minutes (National Competition) – Marcin Lesisz for The Rocking Horses (Poland)
- AUDIENCE AWARD – Bogna Kowalczyk for Boylesque (Poland)