East Silver Market 2016 in Figures

30. 10. 2016

Author: Zdeněk Blaha

The 13th East Silver Market 2016 is over. We are presenting several interesting numbers from the recent edition revealing the most frequently watched documentaries and pointing out what the most interesting films to see in Jihlava were.

The 13th East Silver Market, which ran from October 25 to 30, presented 312 new documentary films from Central and Eastern Europe produced in 2015/2016 (selected from over 650 submitted films). Additional 135 films from the programme of 20th Jihlava IDFF were included as well. The market was visited accredited industry professionals - professionals ranging from sales agents, distributors, festival representatives, TV buyers, as well as Eastern European filmmakers. The library visitors screened the films 1859t imes

The most watched films of East Silver Market 2016 are:

1) FC Roma (Tomáš Bojar, Rozálie Kohoutová, Czech Republic) – 34 views

2) Love Me If You Can (Dagmar Smržová, Czech Republic) – 27 views

2) Normal Autistic Film (Miroslav Janek, Czech Republic) – 27 views

2) Helena's Law (Petra Nesvačilová, Czech Republic) – 27 views

3) Among Houses and the Cosmos (Koštana Banović, Netherlands, Bosnia and Herzegovina) – 24 views

4) 5 October (Martin Kollár, Slovakia, Czech Republic) – 23 views

5) My Name is Hungry Buffalo (Pavel Jurda, Czech Republic, Slovakia) – 21 views

6) The Dazzling Light of Sunset (Salomé Jashi, Georgia, Germany) – 20 views

6) A Tall Tale (Lucia Nimcova, Slovakia) – 20 views

6) 21 x New York (Piotr Stasik, Poland) – 20 views

7) Blind Gulliver (Martin Ryšavý, Czech Republic) – 19 views

8) A Hole in the Head (Robert Kirchhoff, Slovakia, Czech Republic) – 18 views

8) Butterflies (Dmitry Kubasov, Russia) – 18 views

9) Depth Two (Ognjen Glavonic, Serbia, France) – 17 views

9) You Have No Idea How Much I Love You (Paweł Łoziński, Poland) – 17 views

10) Dialogue with Joseph (Elžbieta Josadė, Lithuania, France) – 16 views

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