|Jury Award on Festival International du Film des droits de l’homme
|ARTE France screens GRITO de PIEDRA|
|Audience Award and Special jury mention on Multimedia Festival the ART of the document in Warsaw Poland.|
|BEST PHOTOGRAPHY award was granted to Ton van Zantvoort for the master use of framing and shot construction for re-creating the complex human universe endangered and maybe forever destroyed.GOLDEN OLIVE AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY to Ton van Zantvoort for the outstanding artistic achievement of a strong film. We acknowledge an original author’s approach, revealing a global drama through several simple, touching individual stories.|
|Audience Award on the Millenium International Documentary Film Festival Brussels. Also on air on the Belgium national radio station Klara (VRT), and the Deutsche Welle Ethiopia (Germany/ Africa)|
|Press Award for Best film of the festival FICA – Brasil
Two interviews on the national TV channel in Brasil TV Cultura.
|Jury Award for best treatment Cinema Planeta, Mexico|
|Lovely planet premieres on the International Film Festival Breda.
The film is distributed by the Eye Film Institute and is included on a BKKC promotion DVD.
|The short film Carousel premiered in the Verkade Fabriek in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. More information|
|Special Mention Open Eyes Award: Among the seventeen works in competition, the Jury has unanimously chosen to assign a special mention to a BLOOMING BUSINESS, for the moving and courageous…|
|a BLOOMING BUSINESS wins the DOK Leipzig HW Film Award, on the 52nd International Leipzig festival for documentary and animated film.|
|a BLOOMING BUSINESS is screened on big international film festivals, as TDF (Greece), DOK Leipzig (Germany), EIFF (UK), NZIFF (New Zealand) VIFF (Canada), NFF (The Netherlands) and many more.|
|GRITO de PIEDRA screens during the Pärnu International Film Festival. The film before screened on big international film and art festivals in the USA, Canada, Bolivia, Mexico, Spain, Greece, and more.|
|GRITO de PIEDRAis selected for the Highlights of the Lowlands on the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam (IDFA)|