16th European Film Festival
INTEGRATION YOU and ME
3rd - 7th September 2019

Report from the Jury session of the 11th European Film Festival ‘Integration You and Me’ Koszalin 2014.

Jury members:

Mikołaj Jazdon – chairman

Krzysztof Piotrowski

Aneta Todorczuk-Perchuć

Marcin Kondraciuk

After watching movies of the 11. European Film Festival ‘Integration You and Me’ in categories: feature film (10 films), documentary films (19 films) and amateur films (6 films), the Jury unanimously decided as follows:

The award in the category of amateur film: Secrets of the Castle (Tajemnice zamku), directed by Occupational Therapy Workshops from Legnica and AKF Laterna Magica (Poland), for effective teamwork.

The award in the category of amateur film: Cats on the Squats! (Koty na skłoty!), directed by Occupational Therapy Workshops in Rzadkowo, Anna Radecka and Wojciech Retz (Poland), for creative imagination.

The Butterfly 2014 for the best amateur film: The Eccentric Duck (Kaczka Dziwaczka), directed by Action-Animation Team ZSSSTO from Szczecinek (Poland).

The award in the category of documentary film: Joanna, directed by Aneta Kopacz (Poland), for the ability to convey a subtle story about departing.

The award in the category of documentary film: Our Curse (Nasza klątwa), directed by Tomasz Śliwiński (Poland), for the courage to depict personal drama in an original form.

The award in the category of documentary film: Spark (Iskierka), directed by Wiesława Piećko (Poland), for a moving story about parents of children with Down syndrome.

The award in the category of documentary film: The Governance of Love (O rządach miłości), directed by Adela Kaczmarek (Poland), for the artistically captivating presentation of emotional experiences.

The award in the category of documentary film: Hear This! (Moet je horen!), directed by Soulaima El Khaldi (Netherlands), for an interesting and poignant story of integrating the people of two worlds - hearing and deaf.

The special award for Joanna and Janusz, heroes of the films Deep Love, directed by Jan P. Matuszyński (Poland), and Return (Powrót), directed by Sylwia Michałowska (Poland), for a beautiful testimony of love and returning.

The Butterfly 2014 for the best documentary film: Let Love, Let Dream (Pozwól kochać, pozwól marzyć), directed by Monika Nawrot and Dominik Górski (Poland).

The Butterfly 2014 for the best feature film: Life Feels Good (Chce się żyć), directed by Maciej Pieprzyca (Poland).

The Audience Award: Kertu. Love is Blind (Kertu), directed by Ilmar Raag (Estonia).