Film Festival 2014

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Tampere Film Festival 2014

Tampere, Finland
Wednesday, March 5 -
Sunday, March 9, 2014

2013 Grand Prix: The Mass of Men, directed by Gabriel Gauchet

Tampere Film Festival

Tampere Film Festival is one of the most important short film festivals in Europe. The programme consists of International and National Competitions and a diverse special programme, showcasing both new short and documentary films around the world and older archive gems of filmic art. Five days and nights of short films, seminars, discussions, exhibitions and clubs in Tampere, Finland.

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2013 Tampere Film Festival Award Winners

Grand Prix - The Mass of Men, directed by Gabriel Gauchet
Best Fiction - Asesinato en Junìn (Murder in Junín) by Andrew Sala
Best Documentary - Häivähdys elämää (Gates of Life) by Hannes Vartiainen and Pekka Veikkolainen
Best Animation - Sonntag 3 (Sunday 3, 2012), directed by Jochen Kuhn
Diploma Of Merit - Anar miveh behesht as (Pomegranate Fruit Paradise), an Iranian fiction by Teymour Ghader
The audience award for Best International - Matka (Mother) by Polish Lukasz Ostalski.
National Competition Under 30 Minutes - Hänen tilanne (When One Stops, 2012) by Jenni Rahkonen
Special Prize for Film Under 30 Minutes - Hiljaisen talven lapsi (The Child of Silent Winter, a documentary by Iiris Härmä
Prize in the Over 30 Minutes Category - Häätanssi (Dance of Outlaws) by Mohamed El Aboudi
The Risto Jarva Award - 6954 kilometriä kotiin (6954 Kilometres Home) by Juan Reina, and Laulu koti-ikävästä (Finnish Blood Swedish Heart) by Mika Ronkainen.
The Youth Jury Award - Ajatuksia kuolevaisuudesta (Thoughts About Dying) by Jani Ilomäki.
Diploma of Merit - Vesa Kuosmanen's documentary Somma Sommarum
Student prize - Aamulla viemme lapset metsään (Out into the Woods) by Jussi Lehtomäki