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Recording of the award ceremony of September 12th, 2020

The Awardees 2020

 

The Award Jury chooses the winner from all nominated films. All entries with a run time over 30 minutes will be automatically considered for this not choosable category

 

 

This award recognizes the best nature conservation documentary that focuses on the threat and protection of species and ecosystems.

Nominated films

 For the production that displays the most outstanding cinematography. Criteria:

  • Visual aesthetics, lighting/atmosphere, continuity
  • Meaningful use of special effects and new cinematographic technology

Nominated films

For an outstanding documentary on nature in the North of Europe* and/or the stories of the people who care for, shape and defend it.

*(Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden, the coastal regions of Poland and Germany)

Nominated films

For an outstanding self-financed, non-commissioned film about nature, environment and/or animals that has been produced independently from tv stations or other third parties.

Nominated films

For young filmmakers at the beginning of their professional career, that have not yet worked for a broadcaster or others. A filmography is mandatory.

 

Nominated films

 

 

The selection jury picks three films that are screened in 14 different locations in Schleswig-Holstein. Audiences cast ballots thus determining the winner. All entries with a run time over 30 minutes will be automatically considered for this not choosable categoriy

Nominated films

 

 

For a film with a continuously captivating story

  • Originality of plot and/or concept
  • Dramaturgical plotline, including an intriguing opening, keeping the audience enthralled throughout the production

Nominated films

 

 

Award for the best original score and its dramatic use. Criterias:

  • Creativity supporting the visuals
  • Sensitive support of content

Nominated films

 

 

For the best post production – the interaction of editing, animation, mixing of music, speech, effects and color correction.

Nominated films

 

 

For the best journalistic investigative treatment of an environmental topic with a captivating plausible story.

Nominated films

 

 

For the best scientifically based documentation about the complexity of ecological systems. Focus must be on flora and fauna, their dependency on e.g. climate change or human interference and their ability to adapt to changing conditions.

Nominated films

 

 

For the best program targeting a young audience. The Winner will be determined by the Juvenile Jury.

Nominated films

 

 

Short Films of juvenile filmmakers up to 18 years about sustainability and enviroment. The film should show what is perhaps not going so well in your environment and how it could be improved, or tell where environmental protection and green ideas are particularly well implemented. A film that can be used to promote the conservation of nature on social networks.

 

Nominated films

 

 

Films of juvenile filmmakers up to 18 years about nature and animals and/or humans and enviroment

Nominated Films

 

 

South African Documentary “My Octopus Teacher” Winner of Green Screen International Wildlife Film Festival

Eckernfoerde, 12th September, 2020. On Saturday, this year’s winners of the 14th Green Screen International Wildlife Film Festival were announced at Eckernfoerde. Festival director and tv host Dirk...

Greeting of Mayor Jörg Sibbel and Communal Director Karin Himstedt

Dear GREEN SCREEN guests, dear citizens of Eckernfoerde,

We are delighted that the 2020 GREEN SCREEN Festival is taking place despite the Corona pandemic and associated limitations.

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International wildlife film festival Green Screen starts in September

Programme overview and tickets from 1 August

GREEN SCREEN online and onscreen

14th International Wildlife Film Festival starting 7th September