Festival in numbers

4 days
over 60 hours of program
around 8 000 visitors
1486 short and mid-length films
from 100 countries – 54 screened at festival
7 Awards and 1 Special Mentions
7 full-feature films
1 Audience Award
22 workshops
50 education institutions
14 exhibitors
38 voluntaries

REVUE FILM PROGRAM

RIVERBLUE: CAN FASHION SAVE THE PLANET? | (95’)
USA | 2017 | Directed by: David McIlvride, Roger Williams

ROUNDUP FACING ITS JUDGES (90’)
France | 2017 | Directed by: Marie-Monique Robin

THE GREEN LIE | (93’)
Austria | 2018 | Directed by: Werner Boote

POINT OF NO RETURN | (94’)
USA | 2017 | Directed by: Noel Dockstader, Quinn Kanaly

YOUTH UNSTOPPABLE | (87’)
Canada | 2018 | Directed by: Slater Jewell-Kemker

INVENTING TOMORROW (104’)
USA | 2018 | Directed by: Laura Nix

A PLASTIC OCEAN (102’)
USD | 2016 | Directed by: Craig Leeson

COMPETITIVE FILM PROGRAM AWARD WINNERS:

THE AUDIENCE AWARD
RIVERBLUE: CAN FASHION SAVE THE PLANET? (USA) David McIlvride, Roger Williams

THE BEST FILM UP TO 1 MINUTE
Scream Gonzague Legout (France)

THE BEST ANIMATED FILM
Look Meinardas Valkevičius (Lithuania)

THE BEST NATURE FILM
Snows of the Nile Neil Losin, Nathan Dappen (USA)

THE BEST SHORT FILM
The Last Well Filip Filković (Croatia)

THE BEST YOUTH FILM
The Nest Burak Erdoğan (Turkey)

THE BEST SERBIAN FILM
Black shadow of green energy Dragan Gmizić (Serbia)

SPECIAL MENTION
A Day In The Park Diego Porral Soldevilla (Spain)