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  • PRIX JEUNESSE 2016

    PRIZE WINNERS

  • 11 15 Non-Fiction HOW KY TURNED INTO NIELS IKONdocs, Netherlands 8, 11 points

    11 15 Fiction SLEEPING LIONS Libra Television/David & Goliath, United Kingdom 8,48 points

    7 10 Non-Fiction THE BOY ON THE BICYCLE Drummer TV Ltd, United Kingdom 8,02 points

    7 10 Fiction LITTLE LUNCH: EPISODE: THE PRINCIPALS OFFICE AustralianChildrensTelevisionFoundation(ACTF), Australia 8,47 points

    Up to 6 Non-Fiction NICE WORK! NorwegianBroadcastingCorporation(NRK),Norway 8,02 points

    Up to 6 Fiction LILYS DRIFTWOOD BAY Sixteen South, United Kingdom 7,84 points

    Prize Winners

  • Runners-Up

    11 15 Non-Fiction 2. PYTHAGORASWITCH ADVANCED NHKEducationalCorporation,Japan 8,04 points

    3. PUBERTY: VAGINA AND MENSTRUATION NRKSuper,Norway 7,93 points

    4. ExTREME MOMENTS SverigesTelevision(SVT),Sweden 7,15 points

    5. TAKE TECH NipponHosoKyokai(NHK),Japan 6,87 points

    11 15 Fiction2.CRAZY,CRAZiER,JUNiORHiGH YleFinnishBroadcastingCompany,Finland 8,10 points

    3. AN AFTERNOON 1201ApS,Denmark 8,06 points

    4. MARINA'S OCEAN Paideia Filmes, Brazil 7,74 points

    5.TRiO-THECYBERGOlD NordicStories,Norway 7,36 points

    7 10 Non-Fiction2. NEW Witfilm,Netherlands 7,88 points

    3. ART TUNES!: OPHELIA, NOT YET! NHK,Japan 7,66 points

    4. YES I CAN NRKSuper,Norway 7,28 points

    5. THOUSAND YEARS TILL CHRISTMAS Thelma/Louise, Sweden 7,15 points

  • 7 10 Fiction2. STICK MAN Magic Light Picture, United Kingdom 8,17 points

    3. THE WISH FISH Czech Television, Czech Republic 7,58 points

    4. BICYCLE BROTHER ThaiPublicBroadcastingService(TPBS),Thailand 7,39 points

    5. BENEDIK & THE MONSTER KoolProduktionAS,Norway 7,36 points

    Up to 6 Non-Fiction2. MIMICRIES NipponHosoKyokai(NHK),Japan 7,95 points

    3. SUPERMAN GAANAA MongolianNationalBroadcaster(MNB),Mongolia 7,77 points

    4. THE TEDDY TELEPHONE SHOW OKMonkey,Denmark 7,41 points

    5. BIG SISTER ASTRID SverigesTelevision(SVT),Sweden 7,28 points

    Up to 6 Fiction2. THE MOON AND ME ZDF,Germany 7,82 points

    3. SOFIA FLUx NRKSuper,Norway 7,74 points

    4.TRUDESPET-FiREWORKS WestdeutscherRundfunk(WDR),Germany 7,67 points

    5. HE CAME WITH THE COUCH AlexandraSchatzFilmproduktionUG,Germany 7,48 points

    Runners-Up

  • In the name of UNESCO1. NEWWitfilm,Netherlands

    Today,Europeansocietiesarefacingalargenumberofpeoplecomingin,seekingrefugeandbringingalongwiththemdifferentexperiences.TheDutchproductionNEWmakesusexperienceanewcomer'sperspec-tive firsthand. The film follows young Tanans, a refugee child arriving intheNetherlandsunaccompanied.Throughtheeyesofthechild,wewitnesstheuncertaintiesofarrivingtoastrangesurrounding,aswellasthesmallgesturesandencounterswhichcanbethefoundationofsuccessfulinter-cultural dialogue.NEWencouragesashiftofperspectivesanddepictstheimportanceofem-pathy andopen-mindedness. JvDWProductions from theNetherlands istherefore nominated for the UNESCO-Special Prize 2016.

    2. SUPERMAN GAANAAMongolianNationalBroadcaster,Mongolia

    Existential change of our known world is a universalexperience.Thearrivalofanewfamilymemberrepre-sents such a moment and transforms the lives of both youngandold.Howdochildrenlivethroughthesemo-ments?SUPERMANGAANAA follows six-year-old Gaanaa andhisfamilypreparingforthearrivalofhisbabysister.Aspartofasix-countryco-productiondocumentarypro-ject,SUPERMANGAANAApromotesknowledgeofandrespect for different cultures, sensitively captured onvarious, by times poetic cinematic levels. SUPERMANGAANAA,producedbytheMongolianNationalBroad-caster is nominated for the UNESCO-Special Prize 2016.

    3. THE PIGLET WHO WANTED TO BE A BIRDOXOProductions,Macedonia Sometimes,ethnic,culturalorreligiousdifferencesareperceivedasaproblemofaminorityneedingtoadapttothemajority.THEPiGlETWHOWANTEDTOBEABiRDtellsasimple,yetcompellingstoryofhowbeingdifferentcanbeastrengthforthosewhoacceptandembraceit.Beautifullyanimated,thisshortfilmfromMacedoniapointsout,thatdifferencescanbebridgedandthatthevalueofdiversityenrichesoursociety.OXOProductionsfromMacedoniaisthereforenomina-ted for the UNESCO-Special Prize 2016.

    Special Prizes

  • Special Prizes

    2. SLEEPING LIONSLibra Television, David & Goliath, United Kingdom

    This15-minutefilm tells a gripping, emotional taleofMiaandherjourneytofreeherself,aswellasherfami-ly,fromherabuser.Throughflashbacksandreferencestoagamesheusedtoplaywithherabuser,calledSlee-pinglions,theaudienceeventuallypiecestogetherthetragicstoryofwhathappenedtoMiaforalmost9-yearsof her childhood, at the hands of her mothers live-in boyfriend.Throughoutthestory,weshareinMiasfear,hurt,strugglesandjoy,assheslowlyawakenstocon-frontandovercomeherabuseandtosaveheryoungersisterfromexposuretoSleepinglions. Thefilmcom-prehensively covers a particular area of interest toUNiCEF: gender-based violencewhich disproportiona-telyaffectsgirlsandleadstotheirfurthermarginaliza-tion.Thefilmprojectsmultipleperspectives,includingthat of the child, parent, adult and peer and in so doing, hasthepotentialtocountersstigmasurroundingchildabuseandencourageparents,adultsandpeers,alike,tocreateasupportive,accessiblenetworkfortheab-usesurvivor. SleepinglionsbylibraTelevision/DavidandGoliath,isatrulycreative,originalnarrationofanunfortunately common story,with superb acting thatbringsthestorytolife.

    3. PRESENTS II: EMILIAEncuentro,Argentina

    This 18-minutefilmbringsus into themindanddailyexperiences of Emilia, a high-school student from Para-guay,livinginArgentina.Throughvividstorytelling,theaudienceexperiences,firsthand,thediscriminationandcyber-bullying thatEmilia receives forbeinganethnicminorityfromherpeers.WefeelEmiliasemotionsineveryscene,fromherdislikeofbeingdifferent,toherembarrassment of her mother, to her protectivenessofheryoungerbrother. Thefilmcoversanumberofissues of interest to UNICEF across the themes of equi-ty,socialinclusionandviolence,includingsystemicandindividualdiscrimination,verbalabuse,cyber-bullying,povertyandyouthviolence.inturn,thefilmpromotesanon-violentapproach,atthesystemicandindividuallevels,tosolvingproblemsandreducingdiscrimination.ThefilmasoneinaseriesbyEncuentroArgentinahascolorful photography and lively music which add thefinishing touch toa thoughtfully craftedand relatablestory.

    In the name of UNICEF1. THE BOY ON THE BICYCLEDrummer TV Ltd, United Kingdom

    Mountedonbicycle,Ahmeda16yearoldboyfromSyriatakesusona28minutetourthroughoneoftheworlds largestrefugeecamps inJordan.TheBoyontheBicycleprovidesawindowintotheseriousimpactofwar,displacementandforcedmigrationthroughthevoice,eyesandmindofachild, Capturing the pain of his lost homeland, hardship of sandstorms and rainstorms,anddenialofeducationalopportunity,Ahmedgivesusatasteofwhatitistobeachildrefugee.Butbeforebeingallowedtofeelpity,wearetuggedbyfastmovingshots,up-beatmusicandaburstofhopeandimagesofresiliencethatenticeustojointhemovementagainstinjusticeandintolerance.Thestoryartfullyembedssubtlemessagesonchildlabour,genderequityandethnictolerance.Celebratingdiversity,non-discrimina-tionandteachingusaboutdignityandchildrightsthroughtheactivevoiceofchildrenforchange,BoyontheBicyclebyDrummerTVltd.isnominatedfor the UNICEF-Special Prize on Social Inclusion.

  • Special Prizes

    Gender Equity Prize1. HOW KY TURNED INTO NIELSIKONdocs, Netherlands

    HowKyTurnedintoNielsisnominated,asaspecialepisodefromthedocumentaryseriesMensjesRechten.Thisdocumentary followsthetransformationofKyaraintoNiels,theboyhealwaysfelthewasmeanttobe.Thesensitivecameraanddirectionletviewersdiveintothesuf-fering,fearsandbravenessitmeanstobeatransgenderchild,beyondbinarygenderconcepts.encouragingchildreninfrontoftheTVtothinkbeyondbinarystereotypes.ThestorybringstolifeArticle8oftheCon-ventionontheRightsoftheChild:Everychildhastherighttobewhathe/shewantstobe.

    2. TASMINA THE HORSE GIRLAV Cue, Bangladesh

    TasminatheHorseGirlfollows11-yearoldTasminainBangladeshlivingherpassion:competinginponyraces.Thestandalonedocumentaryshowshow,eveninaverymale-dominantenvironment,girlscanmaketheirwaythoughcompetitionsaresometimesnotfair.BygivingTasminaavoice,lettinghertellherstoryopenly,itnotonlyrevealsallthelittledetailsofgenderinequalityineverydaylife,butoffersaperspectiveonhowanindividualcanfindherownway.Thisisado-cumentarythatencouragesgirlstofindtheirownway,and parents to let girls develop towards more gender equality.

    3. ANNEDROIDSTVO,CanadaandKiKA,Germany

    Annedroids is nominated as the whole series, for its innovativegenderconceptwithSTEMfocus.Alive-actiondrama,Annedroidstellsthestoryof11-year-oldscientistAnneandherfriends.ByputtingagirlatthecenterofaprogrammeonSTEM,theseriesfillsade-ficitinchildrensTVworldwide.ThisseriesfromTVO,KiKAandAmazonStudios,producedbySinkingShip,fostersgenderequityinamodernandhighlyattractivewayforchildren6to10,bypresentingavarietyoffe-male and male characters, a consequent gendering of all androids and machines in half male and half female, andtellingthestoryofthecharacterPalchoosinghis/her own gender.

  • Prize of the Childrens Jury

    Prize of the Children's Jury

    7 - 11 Fiction

    1. ROCKETS ISLAND, SERIES 3: MOUNTAIN POSTLime Pictures, United Kingdom

    WeasChildrensJuryhavechosenRocketsislandasourfavoriteprogrammeinthecategory7-10fiction.From the beginning it was a good adventure and a catching story, evenwithout knowing thewhole story.Wehadalotofempathyforcharactersanditwasabeautifulland-scape.Furthermorewedidlikethepostbox-idea,becauseitwasveryunique.itwouldbegreattobeabletosendletterstoanyoneinhistory.

    2. LITTLE LUNCH: THE PRINCIPALS OFFICEAustralianChildrensTVFoundation,Australia

    3. PERIKINGS FLUTETheideaFirstCompany,Philippines

    7 - 11 Non-Fiction

    1. BEESTIEBOYSCCCP, Netherlands

    WeasChildrensJuryhavechosenBeestieb