Big John by Håvard Bustnes, Norway
Jury Motivation: "A film witch is once hard-hitting, human and full of heart. This was simply a great story, well-told, engaging and surprising the jury with its depth of emotion and its suspense."
| Lies by Jonas Odell, Sweden
Jury Motivation: "A film which masterfully brings distinct visual style to compelling documentary stories."
| Recipes for Disaster by John Webster, Finland
Jury motivation: "A film wich takes an important worldwide problem and through an entertaining, practical approach raises the conscience and empowers its audience."
| Statistics by Solveig Melkeraaen, Norway|
| Young Man Falling by Martin de Thurah, Denmark
"For its special tone and successful multi-layered narrative approach."
| The Tale of Little Puppetboy by Johannes Nyholm, Sweden
| 69 by Nikolaj Viborg, Denmark
Jury motivation: "The New Nordic Voices Award goes to a brave film that reminds us once again how important documentary filmmaking is. When it comes to taking on challenging subjects in a more and more conform world this is a voice we need. In a violent context the film treats the subject with great gentleness and respect, with an all present camera. A film portraying youth fighting for their own place in society and the right to be diverse, facing police brutality and political ignorance."
| Alone, Together by Annika Grof, Finland|
Jury motivation: "A film with a consistent filmic vision and language, a film that let us take part of the domestic life that we all can relate to. The filmmaker carefully let us in on the details of the everyday life and slowly it transforms into a deeper meaning."
| The Last Elephant by Antti Laakso, Finland|
Jury motivation: "We want to give another special mention to a little gem of a film that combines humor with serious matters and traumatic events. It´s a film that shows fantastic craftsmanship with a great sense for details."
| Out of Spjald by Thomas Glud & Lars Wass, Denmark|
|The Undertaker Students by Lisa Bergström, Sweden|
Jury motivation: "With a potential to both entertain and touch a universal audience. The jury has decided to award a project about an inevitable tabu, handled in an original, humorous and warm way."