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XX. Black International Cinema Berlin 2005

XX. Black International Cinema Berlin 2005 has been granted by UNESCO the official status of “Associated Project to the UNESCO Slave Route Project”.

XX. BLACK INTERNATIONAL CINEMA BERLIN 2005
AWARDS

1. Best film/video by a Black filmmaker.

500 YEARS LATER
Director: Owen 'Alik Shahadah
Documentary, Color, 102 min.
U.S.A./UK 2005
English

JEPARDEE!
Director: Christopher Marlon
Narrative, Color, 24 min.
U.S.A. 2004
English


2. Best film/video on matters relating to the Black Experience/Marginalized People.

CONTINUOUS JOURNEY
Director: Ali Kazimi
Documentary, Color, 87 min.
Canada 2004
English/Punjabi with English subtitles

BLACK STUDIES, USA
Director: 'Niyi Coker, Jr.
Documentary, B/W, 32 min.
U.S.A. 2005
English

A KILLING IN CHOCTAW
Director: Chike C. Nwoffiah
Documentary, Color, 91 min.
U.S.A. 2004
English


3. Best film/video by a German filmmaker or a filmmaker residing in Germany.

PAPA AFRIKA - ON THE ROAD TO THE ROOTS
Director: Otu Tetteh
Documentary, Color, 50 min.
Ghana/Germany
German/English, German and English subtitles

JOHANNESBURG MARCH 2004 –
Five People - Five Interviews - Five Routes - Five Jobs - Five Days
Director: Johannes Buss
Documentary/Experimental, Color, 51 min.
South Africa 2004
English


4. Best children's film/video.

RUBBER SOLES
Director: Christine Turner
Narrative, Color, 10 min.
U.S.A. 2005
English


5. Best film/video in the Fine Arts Discipline.

CARMEN AND GEOFFREY
Directors: Nick Doob & Linda Atkinson
Documentary, Color, 79 min.
U.S.A. 2005
English

THE ART OF VIYÉ DIBA - THE INTELLIGENT HAND
Director: Claudine Pommier
Documentary, Color, 52 min.
Canada/Senegal 2003
French with English subtitles

THEMES
Directors: Dan Boord & Luis Valdovino
Documentary/Experimental, Color, 29 min.
U.S.A. 2004
English/Spanish with English subtitles


6. Best film/video documentary production.

LA RAIZ OLVIDADA - THE FORGOTTEN ROOT
Director: Rafael Rebollar
Documentary, Color, 50 min.
Mexico 2002
Spanish with English subtitles

AFROARGENTINOS - AFROARGENTINES
Directors: Jorge Fortes & Diego Ceballos
Documentary, Color, 75 min.
Argentina 2002
Spanish with English subtitles


SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

UPRIVER IN TIME
Director: André Dryansky
Documentary, Color, 52 min.
The Netherlands 2004
Saramaka/Sranan/Tongo/Dutch with English subtitles

THE CAGE
Director: Damon Russell
Documentary, Color, 70 min.
U.S.A. 2004
English

GOMSHODEH DAR SHARG - LOST IN EAST
Director: Farid Mirkhani
Narrative, Color, 76 min.
Iran 2004
Turkish with English subtitles

RALPH BUNCHE: A BLACK SCHOLAR INVESTIGATES COLONIALISM
Director: William Greaves
Documentary, Color, B/W, 25 min.
U.S.A. 2003
English

STORY OF A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY
Director: Khalo Matabane
Documentary, Color, 73 min.
South Africa/Canada 2004
English

STÄRKER ALS DIE ANGST - STRONGER THAN FEAR
Director: Ulrike Westermann
Documentary, Color, 52 min.
Germany 2004
English/German/French with English subtitles

THE NEW DISCIPLES
Director: Colin Sinclair
Narrative, Color, 36 min.
England 2004
English

AU PAIR CHOCOLAT
Director: Benson McGrath & Abigail McGrath
Narrative, Color, 87 min.
U.S.A. 2004
English

Mottoes:
"I may not make it if I try, but I damn sure won´t if I don´t..."
Oscar Brown Jr.
"Mankind will either find a way or make one."
C.P. Snow
”Whatever you do..., be cool!"
Joseph Louis Turner
”Yes, I can...!”
Sammy Davis Jr.

FESTIVAL FEEDBACK

“Hi, Donald, it’s Damon. I just wanted to let you know that I had an amazing time in Berlin and I really enjoyed your festival. There were some really great

films and I was able to make connections with some really inspiring people. Thanks again and I hope to see you next year with another film.“ Damon Russell

(“The Cage“)

“Donald: Again, many thanks for such a wonderful experience.“ ’Niyi Coker (“Black Studies, U.S.A.“)

“Dear Donald Griffith, dear members of the Fountainhead team, we would like to thank you for the great film festival you organized.“ Greetings from Lars

Busch and Otu Tetteh. (“Papa Afrika“)

“Donald, thanks for the invite. We had a great time. Berlin is a beautiful city. Best of luck with your future festivals. I would love to come back and visit some

day. Take care.“ Carl Ray (“A Killing in Choctaw“)


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