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2003 Submitted films
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2002 XVI Pärnu IDAFF
2001 XV Pärnu IDAFF
2000 XIV Pärnu IDAFF
1999 XIII Pärnu IDAFF

Program of the XVII Pärnu Film Festival, 2003

The 17th Pärnu International Documentary and Anthropology Film Festival
The Protocol of  International Jury

  • The best film of the festival - GRAND PRIX -
    NOW YOU¹RE HAMLET  by Ulrika Bengts (Finland)

  • The best film on cultural survival problems of indigenous peoples:
    WE ARE LIVING ON THE EDGE by Victor Asljuk (Belarus)

  • Prize for outstanding scientific documentation:
    DUKA¹S DILEMMA by Jean Lydall and Kaira Strecker (UK/Ethopia)

  • The Prize of French Ambassador:
    KAWAH  IJEN - THE SOLITARY CRATER by Philip Mulroy (UK/Indonesia)

  • The Paulig Baltic¹s  Prize:
    THE DAUGHTERS OF SUNSHINE by Mehdi Naderi (Iran)

  • The prize of the Museum of New Art, Pärnu:
    MY BODY by Margreth Olin (Norway)

Members of  Jury:
Elo Liiv
Marje Jurtshenko
Matti-Juhani Karila
Tiina Lokk
John Russel Taylor

Pärnu, July 13th, 2003

The 17th Pärnu International Documentary and Anthropology Film Festival
The Protocol of Jury for Estonian Films

  • The best Estonian documentary films
    MASTER OF  THE LAKES  by Andres Sööt

  • The most promising young film maker
    Meelis Muhu with his documentary THE OPINIONATOR

Members of  Jury:
Maciej Adamek
Lasse Naukkarinen
Tõnis Kask

The Protocol of Jury for Children Films:
The best films for children  were:

  • THE SCHOOLBOY¹S LIFE by Lasse Naukkarinen (Finland)

  • GLEB by Andrei Zaitsev (Russia)

Members of Jury:
Egert Leinsaar
Mirell Põlma
Elene Reimets
Ksenia Rõtikova
Roald-Henrik Sinissaar

The Estonian People's Award:

  • Cleaners. Two Years Late by Agnes Varda (France)

  • To Be And To Have by Nicolas Philbert (France)

Director of the festival Mark Soosaar
Pärnu, July 13, 2003.