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Domestic Films Win Most Awards at Cinekid Amsterdam

For many years now one of the leading countries in high quality films for young audiences are the Netherlands. Therefore it is no surprise that most awards at this year's Cinekid Filmfestival in Amsterdam went to domestic productions.

(25.10.2014) The experts' jury selected „Life According to Nino“ by Simone van Dusseldorp (NL, 2014) as best film for children and „Jongens“ by Mischa Kamp (NL, 2014) as best film for families. The audience award for the best film for families went to 
”Rhubarb” by Mark de Cloe (NL, 2013), while „Felix“ by Roberta Durrant was the audience's favourite among the films for children. This film also the children's jury has selected as their winner.

A special mention the experts' jury had for “Natural Sciences” by Matías Lucchesi, Argentine, 2014; their award for the best best short European animated film went to “Pitt and Weem” by Nigel Cutler, Great Britain, 2014.




Domestic Films Win Most Awards at Cinekid Amsterdam, (25.10.2014)

French Films Win at this Year's Buster Copenhagen, (29.09.2014)

Frankfurt's 'Lucas'-Award goes to the Philppines', Most Other Awards to the Netherlands, (28.09.2014)

"Mother I Love You" Wins in Kristiansand, (22.09.2014)

European Symposium on the current state and prospects of documentary film for children and young people, (27.08.2014)

Films from the Netherlands again Convinced the Young Audience Juries in Giffoni, (28.07.2014)

Philippe Muyl wins the Main Prize in Zlin for "The Nightingale" / Zlin's ECFA-Award to "Sitting Next to Zoe", (05.06.2014)

European Film Academy Young Audience Award 2014 for "Regret!", (04.05.2014)

"Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart" Wins ECFA-Award at Ciné-Jeune St. Quentin, (19.04.2014)

Berlin 2014: Generation Kplus-Awards to "Killa" and "Ciencias Naturales", (15.02.2014)

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