Montreal International Documentary Festival - RIDM


The Montreal International Documentary Festival (Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal – RIDM) was founded in 1998 by documentary filmmakers who wanted to create a forum that would promote the emergence of new points of view and the presentation of unique perspectives.
Every year, the festival shows about one hundred films from around the world to audiences of industry professionals and cinephiles. Films are selected for their uniqueness and artistic merit. The festival also hosts workshops, meetings and roundtables for the public, industry professionals.

Grand Prize for Best Canadian Feature - A SUMMER LOVE
Special Mention - PINOCCHIO Best New Talent from Quebec / Canada - WELCOME TO F.L. Student Award - P.S. JERUSALEM

Grand Prize, People's Choice Award - HOMELAND (IRAQ YEAR ZERO) Special Mention (Grand Prize for Best International Feature) - SNAKESKIN Best International Medium-Length Film - FIELD NIGGAS
Best Editing in an International Feature - I AM THE PEOPLE Best Cinematography in an International Feature - THE OTHER SIDE Special Mention (Best International Short Film) - A WOMAN AND HER CAR