The 2022 edition of Krakow Film Festival started on May 29th and ended on June 5th with the awards ceremony, but will still be ongoing until June 12th. This is the 62nd edition of KFF. The Krakow Film Festival is European Film Awards qualifying and Academy Awards qualifying with the prizes Golden Dragon for Best Short Film, Silver Dragon for Best Short Animated Film, Silver Dragon for Best Short Fiction Film.

Visit their website to know about all the awards as we only list shorts!

International Short Film Competition

Golden Dragon for the director of the best film
Jay Rosenblatt for How Do You Measure A Year? (USA)

Silver Dragon for the director of the best documentary film
Raúl de la Fuente Calle, Amaia Ramirez for Maldita. A Love Song to Sarajevo (Spain)

Special Mention for documentary
Hardcore by Adán Aliaga (Spain)

Silver Dragon for the director of the best animated film
Diana Cam Van Nguyen for Love, Dad (Czech Republic, Slovakia)

Special Mention for animation
A Goat’s Spell by Gerhard Funk (Germany)

Silver Dragon for the director of the best fiction film
Karolina Porcari for Victoria (Poland)

Special Mention for fiction
The Swarmers by Alison Kuhn (Germany)

Jury Award for the Best European Film (Krakow Candidate to the European Film Award 2022 in the short film category)
Love, Dad by Diana Cam Van Nguyen (Czech Republic, Slovakia)

Don Quixote Award from The International Federation of Film Societies (FICC) Jury
Parizad by Mehdi Imani Shahmiri (Iran)

Don Quixote Award Special Mention
Love, Dad by Diana Cam Van Nguyen (Czech Republic, Slovakia)

National Competition

Silver Hobby-Horse for the director of the best documentary film under 30 minutes
Marcin Lesisz for The Rocking Horses (Poland)

Silver Hobby-Horse for the director of the best animated film
Marta Pajek for Impossible Figures and Other Stories I (Poland, Canada)