SEFF '17 Awards

 

THE EUROPEAN COMPETITION

The award for the best film that tests the boundaries of documentary film, in the amount of 15,000 PLN, funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

 

The award for the most innovative documentary film language, in the amount of 10,000 PLN, funded by the Polish Film Institute. 

 

 
 

The award for the most moving film, in the amount of 10,000 PLN, funded by the Marshal of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship.

 

 

The award for the best film, in the amount of 11,000 PLN, funded by the President of Szczecin.

 

The award for the most intriguing film, in the form of professional software, funded by the company AVID Poland.

 

The Audience Award, in the amount of 1,000 EUR, funded by Polish Television.

 

 

 

 

TELEFON ART

The award for the best film, in the amount of 2,000 PLN, funded by the President of Szczecin.

"PASSENGER" - Jamie Naqvi

USA 2016

 

The film interestingly created, presenting the way we can experiment with form. It relates to everyday life we can observe ourselves and druring which we can go back to our own memories.

 

The award for the most intriguing film, in the form of professional software, funded by the company AVID Poland.

 

 

"PASSENGER" - Jamie Naqvi

USA 2016

 

The film interestingly created, presenting the way we can experiment with form. It relates to everyday life we can observe ourselves and druring which we can go back to our own memories.

 

 

POP SEFF

The award for the best music video, in the amount of 2,000 PLN, funded by the President of Szczecin.

"Madness" - Adrian Szczepaniak

PL 2017

 

The award for the most intriguing music video, in the form of professional software, funded by the company AVID Poland.

 

 

"Madness" - Adrian Szczepaniak

PL 2017

 

 

 

WEST POMERANIA SHORTS

The award for the most intriguing film, in the form of professional software, funded by the company AVID Poland.

 

 

"Once Upon a Line" - Alicja Jasina

PL 2016

and

"Pan Charon" - Mateusz Żegliński

PL 2017

 

The award for the competition winner, in the form of a premiere screening at the Castle Cinema, funded by the Director of the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle.

 

 

"Once Upon a Line" - Alicja Jasina

PL 2016

and

"Pan Charon" - Mateusz Żegliński

PL 2017