Now, the festival’s documentary competitions have been announced to act as a window to this current world of quarantine. Featuring films from the world’s most prestigious events, as well as world premieres will be competing for 60th Krakow Film Festival’ Golden Horn and Silver Horn awards. The awards will be handed out by the jury headed by cinematographer Łukasz Żal, and consisting of Venice International Film Festival programmer Renata Santoro, filmmakers Tod Lending and Eva Mulvad, and Karlovy Vary Karlovy Vary International Film Festival programmer Martin Horyna.
Golden and Silver Dragons awards for short documentaries will be handed out by an international jury headed by filmmaker Jan Komasa and including Marko Škop, Dekel Berenson, Paola Orlić, and Csilla Kato.
The international documentary competition of the 60th Krakow Film Festival:
- Acasa, My Home, dir. Radu Ciorniciuc, Romania, Finland, Germany
- The Self Portrait, dir. Margreth Olin, Katja Hogset, Espen Wallin, Norway
- Sunless Shadows, dir. Mehrdad Oskouei, Iran, Norway
- Kounachir, dir. Vladimir Kozlov, France
- Bitter Love, dir. Jerzy Śladkowski, Sweden
- I Love You I Miss You I Hope I See You Before I Die, dir. Eva Marie Rødbro, Denmark
- Odmienne stany świadomości, dir. Piotr Stasik, Poland
- Higher Love, dir. Hasan Oswald, USA
- The Whale from Lorino, dir. Maciej Cuske, Poland
- The Foundation Pit, dir. Andrey …
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