email print share on Facebook share on Twitter share on reddit pin on Pinterest

DOK LEIPZIG 2020 DOK Industry / Premios

Los premios profesionales de DOK Leipzig se van a Alemania, España, Taiwán, Georgia y Dinamarca

por 

- El Premio Cineuropa Marketing fue para Twice Colonized de la danesa Lin Alluna, que fue presentado como parte del CIRCLE Doc Women Accelerator

Los premios profesionales de DOK Leipzig se van a Alemania, España, Taiwán, Georgia y Dinamarca
Twice Colonized, de Lin Alluna (© David Bauer)

Este artículo está disponible en inglés.

The industry awards of DOK Leipzig were given out in an online event on Tuesday night.

The newly established Cineuropa Marketing Prize for a project from CIRCLE Doc Women Accelerator went to Greenlandic-Danish-Canadian project Twice Colonized, the first feature-length documentary from Danish filmmaker Lin Alluna.

The film, co-produced by the Danish, Greenland-based company Ánorâk Film and Canadian companies Eyesteelfilm and Red Marrow Media, follows the renowned Inuit lawyer Aaju Peter who has led a lifelong fight for the rights of her people. When her son dies by suicide, Aaju embarks on a highly personal journey to bring her colonisers to justice.

(El artículo continúa más abajo - Inf. publicitaria)

The EWA Award for a project from CIRCLE, worth €1,000, went to the project Ever Since I Know Myself from first-time Georgian filmmaker and photographer Maka Gogaladze. The director travels to different Soviet-style education spaces around Georgia, comparing the process to her own childhood as detailed in letters from her mother, who insisted that piano or English classes would bring her a better future. The project, described as extraordinarily visual and instinctive, is produced by Tbilisi-based Formo.

In the DOK Industry Co-production Market, the €5,000 Development Prize for the Best Female Director from the Saxon State Minister for the Arts was awarded to Taiwanese filmmaker Fan Wu for her project Xixi, co-produced with the Philippines.

Meanwhile, Romania's Andra Popescu received a special mention for her project Bright Future.

The Zonta Club Leipzig-Elster Development Prize, worth €1,000, was awarded to Jenifer de la Rosa for her project The Daughter of the Vulcano. This social impact documentary begins with the story of the director, who, as a week-old baby in Colombia, survived the eruption of a volcano that destroyed her hometown, killing 23,000 people. Left by her mother at a Red Cross post and later adopted by a Spanish couple, at 30 she returns to Colombia looking for her mother. The film is a co-production between Spanish companies Mayéutica Producciones and Icónica Producciones, and Colombia's Rara Colectivo Audiovisual.

Finally, the D-Facto Motion Works-in-Progress Prize for the outstanding project of the DOK Preview Germany selection, which includes post-production services worth €10,000, went to Viral by Udi Nir and Sagi Bornstein (Germany/Israel).

Here is the full list of DOK Leipzig Industry awards:

Co-production Market

Development Prize for the Best Female Director
Xixi - Fan Wu (Taiwan/Philippines)

Special Mention
Bright Future - Andra Popescu (Romania)

Zonta Club Leipzig-Elster Development Prize
The Daughter of the Vulcano - Jenifer de la Rosa (Spain/Colombia)

CIRCLE Doc Women Accelerator

EWA Award
Ever Since I Know Myself - Maka Gogaladze (Georgia)

Cineuropa Marketing Prize
Twice Colonized - Lin Alluna (Denmark/Canada)

DOK Preview Germany
Viral - Udi Nir, Sagi Bornstein (Germany/Israel)

(El artículo continúa más abajo - Inf. publicitaria)

¿Te ha gustado este artículo? Suscríbete a nuestra newsletter y recibe más artículos como este directamente en tu email.

Privacy Policy