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EUROPEAN SPIRITUAL FILM FESTIVAL


The 5th edition of the European Spiritual Film Festival (ESFF) will be held from February 15th, 2012, thru March 15th, 2012, on the festival website and concluded in Paris on March 31st thru April 1st 2012.

The European Spiritual Film Festival (ESFF) showcases films and screenplays that explore the life of one's mind.

 The films presented are varied, treating topics such as harmony between people, different cultures, art, ecology, philosophy, religion, science, humanitarian work, and more.

 ESFF encourages an emerging generation of filmmakers whose films treat different aspects of spirituality and the human experience.


For further information, please contac Suzanne Lee:
+33 (0)6 456 457 77 - s.lee@festival-esff.com


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ESFF SELECTION FILMS 2011


FILM SELECTION 2011

FICTIONS
Europolis by Cornel Gheorghita (102m, Romania)
Soul Boy by Hawa Essuman Tom Tykwer - Supervising Director (60m, Germany/Kenya)

SHORT FILMS
Enfant de Yak by Christophe Boula (26m, France)
8 by Acim Vasic (10m, Switzerland, Serbia/Montenegro)
Spiral by Taichi Kimura (12m, United Kingdom)
Rita by Antonio Piazza, Fabio Grassadonia (19m, Italy)
Bird by Petr Stupin (30m, Russian Federation)

ANIMATION
Mei Ling by Francois Leroy, Stephanie Lansaque (15m, France)
Sparni Un Airi by Vladimir Leschiov (6m, Latvia)
The Wonder Hospital by Beomsik Shimbe Shim (12m, U S A)
Surviving Hunger by Balgum Song (3m, U S A)
Clean is Good by Carlos Matiella (10m, Mexico)

DOCUMENTARIES

Walking on sound by Jacques Debs (80m, France, Iceland)
Guru by Tamas Toth (71m, Hungary)
La Traversée du Zanskar by Frédérick Marx (89m, USA)
La voie du Tao by Yves de Peretti (52m, France)
L'héritage des Trappistes d'Oka by Ninon Larochelle (52m, Canada)

PLANET
Problema by Ralf Schmerberg (95m, Germany)
Dive by Jeremy Seifert (40m, U S A)
The Broken Moon by Marcos Negrão, André Rangel (52m, Brazil)

SCREENPLAY
The Helping Stone by Robert Tolz (U S A)
Why by David Allison (United Kingdom)
Insurrection, Resurrection by Colm Mealy (Ireland)

The jury panel composed of known and respected personalities from the worlds of cinema and spirituality
will offer an award for each category :

BEST FICTION FILM
BEST EUROPEAN FILM
BEST ANIMATION FILM
BEST DOCUMENTARY
PLANET AWARD
PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD
BEST SHORT FILM
BEST SCREENPLAY

The films awarded will be screened at Commune image from March 25th to 27th, 2011.
The screening and events will be open to the public and include an award party to be held in the evening.

All finalists’ films will be shown on the European Spiritual Film Festival website for the People’s Choice Award.
Members may login, view them, and vote for their favorite film.

To open the festival, the screening of the beautiful film Ashes and snow by by Gregory Colbert

About EUROPEAN SPIRITUAL FILM FESTIVAL

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