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Prizes & Jury

PRIZE FOR THE BEST NORDIC YOUTH FILM (8 000,- NOK sponsored by Foreningen Norden)

PRIZE FOR THE BEST NORDIC FILM IN AGE GROUP A (15 – 17)

PRIZE FOR THE BEST NORDIC FILM IN AGE GROUP B (18 – 20)

PRIZE FOR THE BEST NORDIC FILM IN AGE GROUP C (21 – 25)

PRIZE FOR THE BEST INTERNATIONAL FILM AT NUFF 2010 (10 000,- NOK sponsored by FN-Sambandet )

The awards are handmade glass statues by Glasshytta Blåst and a diploma.

 

 

The Nordic Jury

NUFF 2010 - Eilif Bremer LandsendEilif Bremer Landsend
Tromsø, Norway

Eilif Bremer Landsend is a 20 year old filmmaker from Tromsø.
He is working at the Film House Tvibit and has been making films since he was 12. He has made several short films, among them the film called “Last stop”.
His next project is called “Kiki” and will go in production in July 2010. It is a comedy about a surfer who lives at a beach at The Lofoten Islands.

 

 


NUFF 2010 - PatricSchatzmannPatric Schatzmann
Zürich, Schweiz

Schatzmann been directing the Swiss Youth Film Festival (Schweizer Jugendfilmtage) for the last three editions. The festival takes place in Zurich and shows films from young people from all parts of Switzerland. He is not a filmmaker, but in contact with film, cinema and festivals since the days of Super8 and VHS. He favours independent and low budget films as well as documentaries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


NUFF 2010 - Zoia YZoia Vylka Ravna
Tromsø, Norway

Zoia studied visual anthropology at the university of Tromsø and works since on different documentary films and TV productions. Involed in several projects with Russian TV-companiesas well as independent producers and media projects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The International Jury

NUFF 2010 - Martha Otte
Foto: Arthur Arensen

Martha Otte
Tromsø, Norway

A native of California, she has spent her entire adult life in Norway. She studied comparative literature and philosophy at the University of Tromsø. Otte has been very active in the film club movement, and from 1994 to 2000 she was the chair of the Norwegian Federation of Film Societies. She has served on juries in Berlin and Karlovy Vary. Was instrumental in establishing the Silent Film Days in Tromsø, an international film festival of silent films, which took place for the first time in 2006. Since 2005 Martha is the director of the Tromsø International Film Festival (TIFF).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


NUFF 2010 - Helena KaianderHelena Kaiander
Tromsø, Norway

After borned in Porsgrunn, Norway in 1992 Helena moved to Tromsø after a couple of months. There she is attending the second year of Media and Communications at Breivang High School.

 

 

 

 


NUFF 2010 - Håvard MathisenHåvard Mathisen
Tromsø, Norway

Håvard Mathisen was born in Trondheim, Norway. He is educated as an electrician and takes the Bachelor in Political Science at University of Tromsø.
Before Håvard came to Tromsø he had a trainee position at Mid-Norway European office a regional office in Brussels, Belgium.
He is the president of the United Nations Students Association of Tromsø and in the board of the Political Science student organization at the University of Tromsø.

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