Do you speak video? Polyglot Video Contest winners

Article published on Feb. 16, 2011
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Article published on Feb. 16, 2011
Yesterday our special jury met to take on the challenge of selecting all 18 winners of the Polyglot Video Contest. The deliberations resulted in an equal number of selections from the documentary and fiction categories, and winners aged between 19 and 32 from 12 different countries.
Here is the full list - congratulations to the young talents who are invited to participate in the Cine-Boat workshop!

Unfortunately we can't seem to embed videos on this blog yet, but you can find all of the contest entries on our website www.polyglot-turku.eu!

Video Portraits (documentary): My multilingualism

C’Moan Get Aff - by Alastair Cole (UK)

Aloïs - by Gautier Dulion (France)

Loud Sound - by George Groshkov (Bulgaria)

Perfectly Human by Miklós Ambrózy (Greece)

Autoportrait of my multilingualism - by Severine Beaudot (France)

Hangolódás / Tuning by Linda Dombrovszky (Hungary)

My Multilingual Community by Kyrylo Naumko (Ukraine)

Talk to me Baby by Silvio Ivicic (Belgium)

Foreign Tango - by Nicolas Servide (Denmark)

Video Poems (fiction): The language I dream in

Sounds Different Feels the Same – by Begüm Güleç (Turkey)

Can I take your picture? – by Albina Griniute (Lithuania)

Game - Ewa Górzna (Finland)

Langbeat – by Daniel Szöllosi (Hungary)

Horse Race – by Judit Kájel (Hungary)

The Whistle – by Anna Dimitreva (Bulgaria)

Devenir Française – by Melissa Suárez del real (Spain)

Mimiques – by Dominique Rocher (France)

Hybridus Linguaflorum - Katarzyna Miron (Finland)