The jury of the International Environment Film Festival ECOCINEMA 2002 comprised by: Lefteris Xanthopoulos, director-poet, Kamal Baher, representative of MAP /UNEP, Stavros Ioannou, director, Spyros Kouvelis, representative of MED-WET, Sofia Tsiligianni, journalist, after having seen the films participating in the festival’s competition section congregated and unanimously concluded in awarding:
The special mention for raising the public’s environmental awareness to the film:
Aftershocks – The Rough Guide to Democracy by Rakesh Sharma from India.
The special mention for the best TV report to the film:
Dust Games by Martin Marecek from the Czech Republic.
Two more special mentions to films that, though not directly dealing with environmental issues, do contribute to raising environmental awareness:
On the Edge of Time – Male domains in the Caucasus by Stefan Tolz from Germany and Odyssey – A Journey of Passion by Nikos Alevras from Greece.
The festival’s 3rd Award and the amount of €3.000 to the film:
Raptor Forest by Panos Papadopoulos & Akis Kersanidis from Greece.
The festival’s 2nd Award and the amount of €5.000 to the film:The festival’s 1st Award and the amount of €7.000 to the film:
Life in Ebb & Flow by Marc van Fucht from the Netherlands.
Down to Earth by Shoshana Perry from USA.