DVD Edition Featuring Award Winning Films

This DVD edition, presenting the winning films of the Film Prize, was launched with the release of its first double DVD in August of 2009. It features the winners of the years 2005 and 2006: the short films AMOR FATI (director: Dennis Todorović) and MILAN (director: Michaela Kezele), the short animated films SPLINTER (director: Wojtek Wawszczyk) and THREE SISTERS AND ANDREY (directors: Boris Despodov, Andrey Paounov) as well as the long documentary films VILLAGE OF SOCKS (directors: Klaudia Begic, Ileana Stanculescu) and WHEN I CRY, MY HEART BEATS (director: Annett Schütze). The DVD was presented at the film festival in Sarajevo.

The second double DVD, released at the goEast film festival of 2011, features the work of the 2007 and 2008 prizewinners. In addition to the short films GRENZLAND (director: Nicole Volpert), RENOVATION (director: Paul Negoescu) and SUNSTROKE (director: Lili Horvath), it also contains the animated film ANNA BLUME (director: Vessela Dantcheva) as well as the documentaries NOWHERE in EUROPE (director: Kerstin Nickig) and NORMAL (directors: Sandra Van Slooten, Volker Engel, Heilika and Ülo Pikkov).

The third double DVD was published in spring 2015, featuring the work of the 2009 to 2012 prizewinners. Included are four short fiction films AT HOME (director: Nenad Mikalački), PANIHIDA (director: Ana-Felicia Scutelnicu), WONDERLAND (director: Peter Kerek) and NOT THE TIME FOR GUITARS (director: Ariel Shaban), the documentary THE MAGICAL JOURNEY OF THE USELESS THINGS (director: Katja Schupp) and three animation films ALERIK (director: Vuk Mitevski), FATHER (director: Ivan Bogdanov, Moritz Mayerhofer, Asparuh Petrov, Veljko Popović, Rositsa Raleva, Dmitry Yagodin), and THE LITTLE RED PAPER SHIP (director: Aleksandra Zaręba).

Interviews with the filmmakers about the process and challenges of the production, as well as about the collaboration between the team partners are supplementary to the the films.  Each DVD comes with a booklet that contains information on the films as well as the biographies of directors and producers, interviews and many pictures. Stay tuned for more installments of this edition; the last edition will comprise prizewinners from the years 2013 and 2014 and include the missing films from the years 2010 to 2012.

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