The Pärnu Documentary Film Festival has just ended in Estonia. At the festival, as many as four Polish productions and co-productions were awarded.

The Pärnu Documentary Film Festival was held in Estonia for the 33rd time. This year, as many as four productions from Poland won awards. The Grand Prize in the international documentary film competition went to the Polish-Belarusian co-production "Summa." The film was appreciated as an artistic achievement and at the same time an important message.

In the music film competition, the main award went to the Polish-Russian co-production "Sing" by Olga Korotkaya, whereas in the student film competition, the documentary film "Casting" by Klaudia Kęska was chosen as the best film. In the short film competition, the Best Short Film award went to the documentary film "Radwan" by Teresa Czepiec.

The full list of award-winning films is on the festival's website.