Festival 2014

XIIIth Baikal International Festival of Popular Science and Documentary Films “People and Environment”

There are over 100 claims entered to The Festival from such countries as Serbia, Kenya, Ukraine, Russia, Switzerland, Finland, Hungary, Poland, Armenia, USA, Greece, Romania, Germany, Slovakia.

Inauguration film of XIII Baikal International Festival of Popular Science and Documentary Films “People and Environment” is “Guests”, director Godfrey Redgio (USA, 2013).

Judges of the XIIIth Baikal International Festival of Popular Science and Documentary Films “People and Environment”


Алексей Вахрушев, Россия,  председатель жюри кинофестиваля «Человек и Природа»-2015Алексей Пищулин Россия, член жюри кинофестиваля «Человек и Природа»-2015Виктор Кузеванов,Россия, член жюри кинофестиваля «Человек и Природа»-2015Юрий Ермолин, Россия, член жюри кинофестиваля "Человек и Природа"Гунилла Брески Швеция, член жюри кинофестиваля «Человек и Природа»-2015
Alexey Vahrushev
president of the jury, producer
Russia
Alexey Pishulin
judge, producer
Russia
Victor Kuzevanov
judge
director of the Botanical Garden ISU
Russia
Yuriy Ermolin
judge, camera control engineer
Russia
Gunilla Breski
judge, film director 
and producer
Russia

Competition includes 14 movies

1. “11 human’s pictures” (Finland, 2012, 76 min. Director is Anastasia Lapsyi). Grand Prix of the XIIIth Baikal International Festival of Popular Science and Documentary Films “People and Environment” in 2014.

2. “My name is Sol” (Switzerland, India, 2013, 92 min. Director is Farida Pasha). “The Best Documentation” prize of the XIIIth Baikal International Festival of Popular Science and Documentary Films “People and Environment” in 2014.

3. “Small Corn Island” (Hungary, Slovakia, Germany, 2013, 52 min. Director is Szaboltz Mosoniy). “The Best Popular Science Movie” prize of the XIIIth Baikal International Festival of Popular Science and Documentary Films “People and Environment” in 2014 and special prize of Russian Geographic Society.

4. “Revolution” (Canada, USA, Mexico, the Federal State of Micronesia, Japan, Australia, Brazil, Hong Kong, Madagascar, Papua New Guinea, SAR, 2012, 85 min. Director is Rob Stewart). “Baikal” prize of the XIIIth Baikal International Festival of Popular Science and Documentary Films “People and Environment” in 2014.

5. “The ballad about forest’s knights” (Russia, 2013. Director is Bychenko Svetlana). Special jury’s prize “The best producer’s work” of the prize XIIIth Baikal International Festival of Popular Science and Documentary Films “People and Environment” in 2014.

6. “Songs of Taiga’s soul or Bear’s yelling about native land” (Russia, 2014, 77 min. Director is Evstifeev Nikolai). Mass Media prize of the XIIIth Baikal International Festival of Popular Science and Documentary Films “People and Environment” in 2014

7. “Hunters” (Russia, 2014, 30 min. Director is Arbugaev Maksim). Special judge’s prize “The best debut” and Young judge’s Prize of the XIIIth Baikal International Festival of Popular Science and Documentary Films “People and Environment” in 2014.

8. “The day before” (Belarus, 2013, 40 min. Director is Makhova Ekaterina). The People’s Choice Prize of the XIIIth Baikal International Festival of Popular Science and Documentary Films “People and Environment” in 2014.

9. “Baikal Legends” (Russia, 2013, 52 min. Director is Byvsheva Julia). Special prize of the Ministry of natural resources.

10. “Arctic man” (Slovakia, 55 min. Director is Pavol Barabas). Special prize of Geographic University of the Russian Academy of Science and the Russian Geographical Society.

11. “Sea giants” (Hungary, 2013, 26 min. Director is Jolt Shashdi).

12. “A gold on the bottom of a bottle” (Russia, 2014, 26 min. Director is Shumilina Elena).

13. “Tundra’s breathe” (Russia, 2012, 26 min. Director is Mikhail Gorobchyk).

14. “The wolfhound” (Russia, 2013, 42 min. Director is Sergey Yastrzhembsky).

NEXT 25 MOVIES ARE HORS CONCOURS AND DIVIDED IN FOUR BLOCKS

I. “STRANGE PEOPLE” – ORIGINAL MOVIES WITH INTERESTING CATHING STYLE, COMPOSITION OR THEME

1. “Week-days of a plain farmer” (Russia, 26 min. Director is Dorofeeva Ekaterina).

2. “Evgeniy of all birds” (Russia, 35 min. Director is Proskuryakov Pavel).

3. “Somebody likes hotter” (Russia, 47 min. Director is Usov Evgeniy).

II. “CHILDREN’S PROGRAM” – MOVIES WHICH ARE INTERESTING AND GOOD FOR RISING GENERATION

1. “A story about Danube salmon” (Serbia, 19 min. Director is Jovana Milanko, Dusan).

2. “Yesterday, today, tomorrow” (Armenia, 11 min. Directors are Ruben Khachatryan, Barbara Siebert, Liana Smbatyan, Anna Hayrapetyan).

3. “Vash-Vish” (Armenia, 14 min. Directors are Ruben Khachatryan, Barbara Siebert, Liana Smbatyan, Gagik Harutyunyan).

4. “They’re flying” (Bulgaria, 40 min. Director is Simeon Tsonchev).

III. “MAN-NATURE-ART” – MOVIES WITH AMAZING STYLE AND IDEA

1. “Mystery rock of Vincenzo Bianco (Russia, 54 min. Director is Daria Khrenova).

2. “From a grain to a picture” (Serbia, 75 min. Director is Branko Istvancic).

3. “Anplagt” (Serbia, Finland, 52 min. Director is Mladen Kovacevic).

IV. “SIBERIA” – MOVIES ABOUT LAND OF A LONG WINTER, COLD RIVERS, FANTASTIC AMENITIES OF NATURE AND MYSTERIOUS PEOPLE

1. “Baikal without borders” (Russia, 39 min. Director is Chumakov Mikhail).

2. “Birusa” (Russia, 29 min. Directors are Fattakhutdinov Pavel, Bobrova Svetlana).

3. “On the far side of ice” (Russia, 25 min. Directors are Gayane Petrosyan, Maya Danilevskaya).

4. “Cut by Rocks” (Swiss, Britain, 52 min. Directors are Tamara Sushko, Rod Morris).

5. “The last Tamara’s fishing” (Russia, 53 min. Director is Astrakhanceva Elina).

V. INDEPENDENT BLOCK. MOVIES NOT IN OTHER BLOCKS, WHICH SURPRISE VIEWERS THEIRS ORIGINALITY AND INTEGRITY.

1. “In search of the Paradise” (Russia, 44 min. Director is Irina Bakhtina).

2. “Bucket full of dreams” (Canada, 67 min. Director is Mark Joseph).

3. “The hill” (The Czech Republic, Romania, 23 min. Director is Anca Paunescu).

4. “New ecologists” (USA, 28 min. Director is Robert Hayrapetyan).

5. “To feed countries” (Germany, 52 min. Director is Irja Martens).

6. “The wind of change” (Kenya, Norway, 40 min. Director is Julia Bahr).

7. “Unfair games” (USA, 39 min. Director is John Antonelli).

8. “Last men over the river” (Russia, 82 min. Director is Vedritskaite Daria).

9. “The Beckendor” (Ukraine, 30 min. Director is Anastasia Kharchenko).

10. “Kamchatka is the antidote for hatred” (Russia, 44 min. Director is Mironova Julia).

WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE FESTIVAL THERE WERE CREATIV MEETING AND TWO FILMMAKER’S MASTER CLASSES BY GUNILLA BRESKI (SWISS) AND ALEXEY PISHULIN (RUSSIA, MOSCOW).

With the assistance of “Pure Baikal Banks” company there was the photo-exhibition“100 reserved years” in the Cinema House by naturalist photographer Igor Shpilenok. 

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