The awards and closing ceremony of the 4th Moscow Jewish Film Festival took place on May 30, at the Documentary film center. This year the Discoveries Key, the award of the Festival, was received by films in four competition categories.
“116 Cameras” by Davina Pardo became the Best Short Documentary Film, and animation movie “Vanity of Vanities” by Alexey Turkus and Alexey Shelmanov was named the Best Short Feature Film. “Into_nation of Big Odessa” directed by Alexander Brunkovsky became the Best Documentary Feature Film. The Special jury prize was awarded to “Menashe” directed by Joshua Z. Weinstein. The Best Narrative Feature Film award went to “Foxtrot” by the Israeli director Samuel Maoz. The closing ceremony of the Festival included the special screening of “The Invisibles” by Сlaus Refle, a film about Jews who remained in Berlin after 1943, when the city was declared to be “free of Jews”.