Guido Hendrikx (Netherlands), Héctor Carré (Spain), Jaan Tootsen (Estonia), Adam Buka (Poland), Mohamed El Aboudi (Marocco/Finland), Mark Soosaar (Estonia), Lutz P Kayser (Germany), Erik Norkroos (Estonia), Andrzej Cichocki (Poland), Johan Huimerind (Estonia) // Photo by: Marie Virta
Guido Hendrikx (Netherlands), Héctor Carré (Spain), Jaan Tootsen (Estonia), Adam Buka (Poland), Mohamed El Aboudi (Marocco/Finland), Mark Soosaar (Estonia), Lutz P Kayser (Germany), Erik Norkroos (Estonia), Andrzej Cichocki (Poland), Johan Huimerind (Estonia) // Photo by: Marie Virta

AWARDS OF THE XXXV PÄRNU FILM FESTIVAL

 

Estonian People’s Award voted by TV-audience

THE SCHOOL OF HOPE by Mohamed El Aboudi, Morocco/Finland

Grand Prize of the festival for the the best artistic achievement 

A MAN AND A CAMERA by Guido Hendrikx, Holland

The best Estonian doc 

The BEAUTY OF BEING by Jaan Tootsen

The best doc on survival of indigenous peoples 

I WON’T REMAIN ALONE by Yaser Talebi, Iran

The best art film 

AALTO by Virpi Suutari, Finland

The best short doc 

STUDIES AT HUNNINGUE by Lutz P. Kayser, Germany

The best doc for kids 

A LITTLE BIT OF PARADISE by Andrzej Cichocki, Poland

The best student docs 

COMET by Adam Buka and TELL ME MORE by Martyna Peszko. Both Poland

The best science film 

PEOPLE WE COME ACROSS by Mia Halme, Benin, Finland

 

The Festival Palace was built up according to the project by legendary Livonian architect Augusts Reinbergs in 1902. It was created for Girls Gymnasium of Pärnu, now it is the home for Pärnu Old Town Basic School. In midsummer, it becomes the Festival Palace.

 

The office of Pärnu Film Festival is located in the Museum of New Art. This building was raised for a bank according to the project by architects Alar Kotli and Anton Soans in 1938.

 

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