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1th DMZ Docs(2009)

I AM DOCU

International Competition

Grand Prize

Defamation

Yoav Ahamir
  • Israel, Denmark, USA, Austria
  • 2009
  • 93min
  • DigiBeta
  • color

Director

  • Yoav Ahamir

    Yoav Shamir was born in Tel-Aviv in 1970. He earned his BA degree in History and Philosophy and MFA in Cinema from Tel-Aviv University. His film Marta and Luis was screened in international film festivals including Edinburgh Film Festival and IDFA. Checkpoint won the first award in IDFA, received over 20 awards in other festivals, and screened in over 120 international film festivals, 5 Days participated in about 40 international film festivals including Sundance film festival and won several awards. Defamation (2009) Flipping out (2007) 5 days (2005) Checkpoint (2003) Marta and Luis (2001)​ 

Credit

  • ProducerKaroline Leth, Philippa Kowarsky, Knut Ogris, Sandra Itkoff
  • Cinematography Yoav Shamir, Yehonatan Ofek
  • Editor Morten Hojbjerg
  • Music Mischa Krausz

Special Jury Award

Sweet Crude

Sandy Cioffi
  • Nigeria, USA
  • 2009
  • 94min
  • HDCAM
  • color

Director

  • Sandy Cioffi

    Sandy Cioffi is a Seattle-based film and video artist. She is currently a tenured professor in the Film and Video Communications Department at Seattle Central Community College. She first ventured into video production as a volunteer for Witness for Peace during the Contra War in Nicaragua. She traveled with students from the U.S. to film South Africa’s transition from Apartheid in 1995. She has worked extensively with the Hate Free Zone in Seattle, producing films about treatment of immigrants post-September 11th. Sweet Crude (2009) And Justice for All (2003) Terminal 187 (1997)​ 

Credit

  • ProducerSandy Cioffi, Laurie Hicks, Kathleen McInnis, Tammi Sims, Kate Wolf, Leslye Wood, Cliff Worsham
  • Cinematography Sean Porter
  • Editor Jill Freidberg, Sandy Cioffi
  • Music Julie Wolf
  • Sound Ken Rich

Audience Award

The Border City 2

HONG Hyung-sook
  • Korea
  • 2009
  • 104min
  • DigiBeta
  • color

Director

  • HONG Hyung-sook

    Born in 1962. Graduated from audio visual education department at Ewha Womans University. She is one of the representative Korean independent documentary filmmakers. She has been a member of Seoul Visual Collective since 1987, and directed , was invited to numerous film festivals and was awarded the Audience Award at DMZ Docs – 2009 and the Independent Film of the Year’ Award by the Association of Korean Independent Film and Video. The Border City 2 (2010) The Border City (2002) Reclaiming Our Names (1998) On-Line: An Inside View Of Korean Independent Film (1997)Doomealee: A New School Is Opening (1995) 

Credit

  • ProducerKang Seok-pil, Kim Myung-hwa
  • Cinematography Ryu Jae-hoon, Rim Jae-soo, Kang Seok-pil, Hong Jong-gyung, Gong Mi-yeon
  • Editor Kang Seok-pil
  • Music Yoon Sung-hye
  • Sound Pyo Yong-soo

Jury Special Mention

Seaview

Nicky Gorgan
  • Ireland
  • 2008
  • 82min
  • 35mm
  • color

Director

  • Nicky Gorgan

    Nicky Gogan was one of the first active advocates of digital film-making in Ireland. She is a founding member of DATA, the Dublin Art and Technology Association and has launched Ireland’s first 3G mobile channel for short films and animation, Wildlight, which was nominated for the 2006 Mobile TV Awards at Mipcom in Cannes. Nicky has produced many web and film projects over the last few years. Seaview is her first feature film as a director. 

Credit

  • ProducerNicky gogan, Paul Rowley, Maya Derrington
  • Cinematography Paul Rowley Editor Paul Rowley, Nicky Gogan
  • Music Dennis McNulty
  • Sound Dumnac Goulet, Darren Bolger