Rosia Montana, Town on The Brink won the Jury Award for the long film category which was worth Q.R. 25, 000 and directed by Fabian Daub. The film is about residents of a mountainous town who try to stop the activities of a Canadian Company that could lead to the destruction of their town. However, they are not aware that the biggest gold reserve lies under their houses.
Black Out won the medium film award which was worth Q.R. 20,000 and directed by Eva Weber. On the eve of exams, hundreds of school children in Conakry in Guinea rush to the airport, petrol stations, and rich neighborhoods looking for light so they can do their homework, as recorded by the film.
The short film award was given to The Korean Dream which was Q.R. 15,000 and directed by Ashok Thapa. The film tries to answer a question about the dreams and hopes of the workers in South Korea and their living conditions. The film tried to answer this question in the wake of the Government plan to dismiss more than 100 thousand unregistered workers