'Le Quattro Volte' by Michelangelo Frammartino (Italy-Germany-Switzerland). The films was awarded for its ability to depict the larger meaning of small things in life with black humour and a sense of poetic immediacy. The Jury described the film as a humouristic fable, which represents an entirely new type of film: the mythicial documentary.
In the same award-category, a Special Mention went to Andrei Ujica's 'The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu'. The jury described the film as deeply political, but one that went beyond politics. In this film, about the 'performed self', the hand of the filmmaker is rendered almost invisible.
- 'Empire North' by Jacob Boeskov (Denmark)
- 'Naked of St. Petersburg' by Ada Bliigaard Søby (Denmark)
- Special Mention: 'Fini' by Jacob Schulsinger (Denmark)
- ''Pink Saris' by Kim Longinotto (India-UK)
SOUND & VISION AWARD
- 'Separado' by Dylan Goch and Gruff Rhys (UK)
- Special Mention: 'Backyard' by Árni Sveinsson (Iceland)
NEW VISION AWARD
- 'In Free Fall' by Hito Steyerl (Germany)
- Special Mention: 'Out' by Roee Rosen (Israel)
POLITIKENS AUDIENCE AWARD
- 'Lost Inside a Dream: The Story of Dizzy Mizz Lizzy' (Denmark)
- 'Irma' by Charles Fairbanks (Mexico-USA)