Silver Eye Award 2019 nominees – short films

26. 9. 2019

Author: Veronika Zýková

For the 11th time, the Institute of Documentary Film will give Silver Eye Award to the best documentaries from Central and Eastern Europe at Ji.hlava IDFF. Take a look at the 11 nominated shorts. Find out all about international juries HERE.

Silver Eye 2019 nominees - short documentaries:

Infinity is 50 Meters Away (dir. Daniel Światły, Poland, 2018)
Terraria (dir. Hanna Hovitie, Hungary, 2019)
The Day After the Afternoon (dir. Khosro Khosravi, Hungary, 2018)
Currents (dir. Katerina Duda, Croatia, 2019)
Wild Berries (dir. Marianna Vas, Hedda Bednarszky, Romania, Portugal, Hungary, 2018)
Blue Frontier (dir. Ivan Milosavljević, Serbia, Slovenia, 2019)
The Tough (dir. Marcin Polar, Poland, 2019)
Pripyat Piano (dir. Eliška Cílková, Czech Republic, 2019)
Waiting for a Miracle (dir. Aljona Surzhikova, Estonia, 2019)
Boundaries (dir. Yuliya Shatun, Belarus, 2019)
Then Comes the Evening (dir. Maja Novaković, Serbia, 2019)

The Silver Eye Award has been granted annually since 2009 to the best East and Central European documentary films. The winner in each category receives not only a unique award trophy, but also a prize money of 2 500€, a year-long festival service of the East Silver Caravan worth of additional 2 500€.

Nominations in feature length category will be revealed soon.

Find out who has won the 10th Silver Eye Award in short and feature length category.

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