Short Films Competition 2015

Short Films Competition 2015

October 3, 2015

Festival Director

Kristi Sau Doughty

Number of Films


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With themes ranging from the reinvigoration of democracy in the Baltic States, to music and ballet, to how a group of refugees banded together after World War II and created their own university, this year’s festival offers a stimulating mix of history and art.



Total prize pot is €2,000. The jury members reserve the right to limit the number of prizes, or not award any prizes at all, depending on the quality of the submissions.

Short Films


This event is free with a 'pay what you can' policy. For address to the venue, please click on the Map.

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Oct 2015


Oct 3 @ 8:00 pm


Special Screening of Shorts

Pay what you can.
Stephen Bulger Gallery | Map

EstDocs Jury

Madis Ligema

Madis Ligema has a background in culture studies and semiotics. He works for Estonian National Broadcasting as a host and editor, as well as for independent film studios. At Kuukulgur Film, Madis organizes events, marketing and communications. He is also a producer and director with several films to his credit.

Gary A. Maavara

Gary A. Maavara is executive vice president and general counsel for Corus Entertainment, overseeing all legal and regulatory affairs associated with the company’s extensive operations in radio, television, programming, films, books, music, toys and websites. He sits on the boards of Telelatino, Cosmopolitan Television Canada, Advertising Standards Canada, Canadian Digital Media Network and the Ontario Centres of Excellence ICT-DM Sector Advisory Board

Emilie Tamtik

Emilie Tamtik


In her last year at William Lyon Mackenzie High School, Emilie participates on the yearbook committee as a designer, creating logos and advertisements for school events like the Culturama show. Emilie’s colourful stop motion animation piece, Connection, was exhibited in the EstDocs short film competition in 2014. She plans to study design, art and media. Emilie brings a teen perspective to the EstDocs jury.

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