ECFA Award Winners

ECFA Awards 2021 for Best European Children’s Films

 


ECFA Award Winners edition 2022

ECFA Award at the JEF Festival in Antwerp, Bruges & other cities in Flanders (Belgium): “When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbbit” by Caroline Link (Germany/Switzerland, 2019).

ECFA Documentary Award at the JEF Festival in Antwerp, Bruges & other cities in Flanders (Belgium): “Girlsboymix” by Lara Aerts (The Netherlands, 2020).

ECFA Short Film Award at the JEF Festival in Antwerp, Bruges & other cities in Flanders (Belgium): “Howling” by Laura van Haecke (Belgium, 2020).

ECFA Award at BUFF, the International Children and Young People’s Film Festival in Malmö (Sweden): “Sisters – The Summer We Found Our Superpowers” by Silje Salomonsen and Arild Østin Ommundsen, Norway, 2020.

ECFA Short Film Award at the Festival Ciné Jeune de l’Aisne (France): “The Departure” by Saïd Hamich (France, Morocco, 2020).

ECFA Award at the Montreal International Children’s Film Festival (FIFEM) 2021: “Sisters – The Summer We Found Our Superpowers” by Silje Salomonsen and Arild Østin Ommundsen, Norway, 2020.

ECFA Award at the International Children’s Film Festival in Kristiansand (Norway): “Calamity – A Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary” by Rémi Chayé (France & Denmark, 2020).

ECFA Short Film Award at Internationales Frauen* Film Fest Dortmund+Köln: “Leaf” by Aliona Saskova, Czech Republic, 2020.

ECFA Short Film Award at the Short Film Festival in Oberhausen (Germany): “Shower Boys” by Christian Zetterberg, Sweden, 2021.

ECFA Short Film Award at the Mo & Friese Festival in Hamburg (Germany): “The Departure” by Said Hamich, France, Marocco, 2020.

ECFA Doc Award at the International Film Festival for Children and Youth in Zlín (Czech Republic): “Kids Cup” by Line Hatland (Norway, 2020).

ECFA Award at the Lucas International Film Festival for Young Film Lovers in Frankfurt (Germany): “Mica” by Ismael Ferroukhi, (France, Morocco, 2019).

ECFA Award at Kids Kino Festival Poland 2021: “Dragon Girl” by Katarina Launing (Norway, The Netherlands, Czech Republic, 2020).

ECFA Award at the Schlingel International Film Festival for Children and Young Audience in Chemnitz (Germany) 2021: “Night Forrest” by André Hörmann (Germany, 2021).

ECFA Award at the Riga International Film Festival 2021 (Latvia): “My Brother Chases Dinosaurs” by Stefano Cipani (Italy, 2019).

ECFA Short Film Award at the Riga International Film Festival 2021 (Latvia): “Mum is Pouring Rain” by Hugo de Faucompret (France, 2021).

ECFA Short Film Award at the Cinemira – Budapest International Children’s Film Festival (Hungary): “The Fox and the Tomten” by Are Austnes and Yaprak Morali (Norway, 2019).

ECFA Award at the Filem’on International Film Festival for Young Audience in Brussels (Belgium) 2021: “A Butterfly’s Heart”, by Inesa Kurklietyte (Lithuania, 2021).

ECFA Short Film Award at the the Filem’on International Film Festival for Young Audience in Brussels (Belgium) 2021: “Kiko and the Animals” by Yawen Zheng (France, Switzerland, 2021).

ECFA Doc Film Award at the the Filem’on International Film Festival for Young Audience in Brussels (Belgium) 2021: “Raise the Bar” by Gudjon Ragnarsson (Iceland, 2021).

ECFA Award at the Oulu International Children’s and Youth Film Festival (Finland): “The Ape Star” by Linda Hambäck (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, 2019).

ECFA Short Film Award at the Oulu International Children’s and Youth Film Festival (Finland): “90 %” by Jerry Hoffmann (Germany, 2019).

ECFA Award at the Just Film Children and Youth Film Festival in Tallinn (Estonia): “My Dad is a Sausage” directed by Anouk Fortunier, Belgium and Germany, 2020.

ECFA Award at the Olympia International Film Festival for Children And Young People in Pyrgos (Greece): “Spaceboy” directed by Olivier Pairoux, Belgium, 2021.

ECFA Short Film Award at the Olympia International Film Festival for Children And Young People in Pyrgos (Greece): “Me, Julia” directed by Arvin Kananian, Sweden, 2020.

ECFA Documentary Award at the Olympia International Film Festival for Children And Young People in Pyrgos (Greece): “A Youth” directed by Giorgio Bosisio, Italy, 2020.

ECFA Award at the International Young Audience Film Festival Ale Kino! in Poznan (Poland): “Calamity – A Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary” directed by Rémi Chayé, France, Denmark, 2020.

 


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