RedWood Film Festival team glad to announce the list of Winner of September 2021 Edition. 

BEST 1- MINUTE SHORT FILM

Film: The beginning

Directed by: José Bibian


Synopsis: The beginning of Alzheimer










BEST SHORT FILM

Film: Imitation of Life - A Machine Learning Story

Directed by: Øyvind Knustad


Synopsis: A three part Sci-Fi drama that explores the relationship between humans and technology, how people are inspired to write stories and how artificial intelligence, in contrast to humans, relate to the world.

Chapter one:

Alena has to make big life decision as her boyfriend's job situation changes. The events also have an effect on her inspiration to write.

Chapter two:

David is making a story-writing machine learning software, despite the disappointments of his adoptive father who is an unpublished writer. At the risk of further divide between them, David is trying to land an internship with the robot company GenTech.

Chapter three:

Julie and the family robot, who is about to be replaced, have their relationship tested in ways she couldn't predict.


BEST STUDENT SHORT FILM

Film: THIS IS FOR US

Directed by: Roshan hill


Synopsis: When a beautiful young wife of an alcoholic businessman gets bored and takes a lover a tragic turn of events leads her to take drastic action to cover up a trail of betrayal






BEST LGBTQ FILM

Film: Let Us Eat Cake!: Asexuality in the 21st Century

Directed by: Maddy Heller


Synopsis: A look at asexuality as told by members of the "ace community". The film discusses the asexual experience, ranging from representation to coming out to finding a community. Let Us Eat Cake is an intimate conversation that gives asexual people a platform to talk openly and honestly about their identity.






BEST WEB SERIES

Film: "FaceTime With The Rickkenbakker Family"

Directed by: Thomas Connelly


Synopsis: You can choose your friends, but not your family. Each brief episode is a humorous look at our often challenging, and sometimes annoying, relationships within our family!






BEST MUSIC VIDEO

Film: Food To Ate

Directed by: Randy J. Huling


Synopsis: This is a video for the song "Food To Ate"

off the upcoming album release "The Broke Leg EP."

The EP and the video were made while recovering from

a broken leg.

This track is old school nursery rhymes with a little modern twist.

feat. Michael "Baba" Raudenbush

Video, Illustration, Song, and Animation

by Randy J. Huling

www.randomran.com

randomran.bandcamp.com


BEST ACTION FILM

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST ANIMATION FILM

Film: The Penguin

Directed by: Matt Bissett-Johnson


Synopsis: There's no such thing as a free penguin.









BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM

Film: "Four Motherless Children"

Directed by: Ralph Isenberg, Joe De La Fuente


Synopsis: This film continues where the “Discovery of Santos”; the second documentary in the “El Gringo Schindler” series left off. The third movie tells the heartbreaking story of four children, all minors and citizens of the United States, forced to fend for themselves for eleven months while their mother found herself exiled in El Salvador for making a simple human error. The mother broke no immigration law but simply read an immigration form wrong. The fact that the mother had already been in the United States for seventeen years under “Temporary Protected Status” and her renewal for an additional year was already approved was completely ignored by the United States Government.

Three of the four minor children had flown with their mother to El Salvador to attend to their grandma who had suffered a serious heart-attack. Little did anyone expect that on the day of return to the United States, the three children would be forced to fly to the United States, as unescorted minors. Their mother was left behind, in total disbelief, not knowing how she was going to get back to the United States. The error made by the mother was simple and could have easily been fixed in El Salvador by the United States Government with a phone call. Instead, an odyssey that would last nearly eleven months was about to play out. The children endured living alone until they heard about the work of the “El Gringo Schindler” on television and made their way to his office on a Saturday, not knowing if the “El Gringo Schindler” would even be in his office. The children knew better than to skip school during the week when the “El Gringo Schindler” and his staff would be available to help. By some miracle, the “El Gringo Schindler” just happened to be in his office for a few minutes when the children arrived. Upon hearing the story of the children, the “El Gringo Schindler” made a pledge to the children that he would get their mom home no matter what it took. At the time, the “El Gringo Schindler” had no idea that his efforts would test every bit of knowledge he possessed about immigration and put his own personal safety in jeopardy to deliver his promise on New Year’s Day, 2016.

The “El Gringo Schindler” began a daring rescue trip to El Salvador a few days before New Year’s Day. The story of the rescue leaves most people who learn of it speechless. Few people have the knowledge and courage to endure what the “El Gringo Schindler” went through. The trip would prove to be one hundred times harder than the first rescue trip he made in May of 2015; to rescue Alexis Marroquin and reunite him with his family in the United States. The second trip found the “El Gringo Schindler” cutoff from most of the government offices of both El Salvador and the United States because of the holidays. The “El Gringo Schindler” was dealing with staff that refused to make simple decisions; despite the fact that he found himself trapped in a gang infested area. What ended up being a “James Bond” type action on New Year’s Day enabled the “El Gringo Schindler” to reunite mother and children. The movie gives detailed glimpses into the events of that day without telling exactly what happened. The actual events remain highly classified. In the end, the excitement of the reunion provides proof positive that the work of the "El Gringo Schindler" is justified and truly an act of humanity.

The movie will run approximately 53 minutes in length and is a departure from the previous “El Gringo Schindler” series documentary style movies. This movie is filmed with reenactments and actual footage whenever possible. The use of “voice over” is also introduced into the film. Nearly ninety percent of reenactments are filmed by the actual participants. While appearing to be a drama movie; the film is a true documentary that will run for approximately 43 minutes. The film was made in both the United States and El Salvador. “a RALPH ISENBERG PRODUCTION” is pleased to announce the fourth movie in the “El Gringo Schindler” is already in production. The movie is entitled “The Bread-maker and the Police Woman / La máquina y la Mujer de la Policía. Plans call for the release of this film before the end of the year. Two other movies in the series are also being planned at this time.


BEST COMEDY FILM

Film: Routine

Directed by: Russ Emanuel


Synopsis: During a mysterious pandemic, Cassie’s quarantine life has turned into a routine, day in and day out. Nothing new seems to happen, until she realizes she’s out of coffee. And she’s determined to get her cup of joe, even if she must face the horrors of the outside world. Because “she’d kill for a cup of coffee.”

In this part-animated live action short, anything goes.




BEST CRIME FILM

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BEST DARK COMEDY

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST DRAMA FILM

Film: Athame

Directed by: Dimitrios Karas


Synopsis: Anna suffers from severe memory loss due to complications of her pregnancy. Her sister, Eva, has moved into Anna's apartment to look after her. Tensions rise between them as Anna grows weary of her condition and develops behaviors that may put her baby at risk






BEST EXPERIMENT FILM

Film: Cornered

Directed by: Raquel Salvatella de Prada


Synopsis: Part sculpture, part light installation and video animation, Cornered is an immersive visual experience that represents the motivation and struggles of migrants leaving their home country and making an attempt, most often failed, to cross the border from Morocco to the Spanish cities of Melilla and Ceuta, the only European cities on Africa’s mainland.



BEST HORROR FILM

Film: Loyal?

Directed by: Felicia Rivers


Synopsis: This a movie is filled with suspense , drama and mystery. We follow Donna J through one of the worst days of her life... Possible her last....









BEST MYSTERY FILM

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST NOIR FILM

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BEST NON-FICTION FILM

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST ROMANTIC FILM

Film: Her & Him

Directed by: Julian Morales


Synopsis: A complicated Woman has an affair with a naive Younger Man to escape her loneliness.








BEST SCI-FI FILM

Film: Lemon Tea

Directed by: Maurizio Venturiero


Synopsis: While a man is preparing a cup of tea, an anchor breaks the news of the alien invasion.









BEST WOMEN FILM

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BEST THRILLER FILM

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BEST FILMS MADE DURING PANDEMIC

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BEST FILM ABOUT COVID-19

Film: Dear Quarantine

Directed by: Tuğba Yiğitcan


Synopsis: The film is about a woman living alone in Istanbul and her special journey within herself during the Covid-19 pandemic that surrounded the world in 2020.

Tuğba faces the pandemic unexpectedly, like everyone else, and the curfew which is linked to it. Normally, loneliness was an option or a situation she actually longed for, because of her busy career. Now, it has become inevitable. If you were to ask Tuğba, she is sure what she would do if she found herself to be alone. In reality, she is shattered once she really is alone.

Everything has turned inside out.

Maybe this is the first time she has had the opportunity to listen to herself. The longer the lock down lasts, the longer the listening state turns into a process. While the pieces coming out of her form the whole that defends and creates Tuğba, now these, as a crowd, try to destroy each other.

The more she sees herself and who she is, the more the parts of her soul touch each other. She tries to find out which part she really is. Which part gives her peace and whether she actually has what makes her happy inside herself or if that is, in fact, outside. As she works, she sees how everything that lightens her soul, weighs heavily upon her and how the emotions that keep her alive are secretly trying to trip her. Once the system is broken Tuğba watches the reconstruction of the parts, although it is painful.

In the end, Tuğba, who has no choice but to confront herself, discovers that there is a way to reconcile herself and that being happy is not that complicated.

She really has to want to be happy.


BEST TRAILER

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST DIRECTOR

Award goes to: Kevin Ruiz

Film: Bruce Wayne Begins

Directed by: Kevin Ruiz


Synopsis: We all know the story of Batman, but this is the story of how Bruce Wayne becomes the charming playboy he is today.






BEST FEMALE DIRECTOR

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST YOUNG DIRECTOR

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST FIRST TIME DIRECTOR

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST PRODUCER

Award goes to: Donna Whitmore-Sexton/John R Sexton

Film: Yard Sale - Final Cut A ver 4

Directed by: Andrew Huggins/Donna Whitmore-Sexton


Synopsis: Shoppers unexpectedly fall in love with items at a yard sale and express their excitement in unusual ways.

YARD SALE – is “A chorus of life’s memories for sale”.

In the 1800's "romage sales" began in US shipyards to sell unclaimed cargo. Over time, "romage sales" became "rummage sales" and eventually "yard Sales".




BEST CINEMATOGRAPHER

Award goes to: Eddie, Rui Simões, Luís Damas

Film: What I want to say, Burn! *

Directed by: Luís Damas


Synopsis: What I see, Is Poetry recited with the Body.




BEST ART DIRECTOR

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST EDITOR

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST SCREENWRITER

Award goes to: JW Richardson

Film: Beautiful Sunshine Script

Directed by: JW Richardson


Synopsis:.....








BEST SOUND

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST VFX

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST ACTOR - MALE

Award goes to: Aniez Atlas

Film: ... And He Found Me...

Directed by: Aniez Atlas


Synopsis: Looks are deceiving as what's on the outside doesn't seem to match what's on the inside...or does it?








BEST ACTRESS - FEMALE

Award goes to: Jillian Vitko

Film: HoneyDough

Directed by: Jillian Vitko


Synopsis: Dark comedy meets rom-com about a woman who, while spending the evening alone, decides to bake up a date for Valentine's Day.






BEST YOUNG ACTOR/ACTRESS

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST CHILD ACTOR

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR MALE/FEMALE

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST SCREENPLAY

Award goes to: Lawrence Whitener

Film: A GOOD EXAMPLE

Directed by: Lawrence Whitener


Synopsis: When a white high school coach is "told" to adopt his non-white abused homeless athlete, he must overcome his own child abuse fears. Both heal each other's scars as they build a winning team for the first time in their school's history. Based on a "True-American" story.





BEST CONCEPT

Film: Somebody That I Used to Know

Writer by: Robert Leo Cox


Synopsis: MICHAEL and STEVE have been together for fifteen years, and some of their life has not been smooth. Michael’s co-worker and friend SAM has had his eye on Michael for some time and enlists the help of his friends TYLER, DARREN and JEREMY to find a way to break the pair up. Using the pretext of a high profile case at the law firm they both work at, Sam convinces Michael that Steve, an accountant, is not a suitable partner to be seen with, while Jeremy, Darren and Tyler tease and insult Steve about being a social embarrassment. When Michael takes the side of Sam and his friends, Steve decides he’s had enough and leaves. Michael demands that Steve move everything of his out of the house. Steve begins to build a new life for himself, and when Michael demands some of their DVD collection back, sends Jeremy and Tyler to get them, changes his number so Steve can’t call him, begins a relationship with Sam, and purposely ignores him when they accidentally meet, he knows the relationship is beyond repair.

Steve is writing his first script and by chance meets ALEX, the personal assistant of MR. DiNARDI, a producer. Alex helps Steve with his script, and presents it to Mr. DiNardi, who decides to film it. Success with the script boosts Steve’s confidence in himself, and over the course of a few months, both Alex and Steve begin to develop feelings for each other but won’t admit them to the other person.

Darren, one of the three friends of Sam begins to have second thoughts about how Steve was treated. When Darren and Steve accidently meet at a bar, the others take that as a sign of betrayal and ostracize him from the group, going so far as ruining his career and taking his home and car. Left with nothing, Darren kills himself and leaves a letter for Steve to put on social media. The letter causes an uproar and Tyler and Jeremy lose their positions. Angry, Sam blames Steve, fires Michael and goes to the partners in the law firm, and casts all the blame on Michael, saving his own skin.

The film is finished, and at the premiere, Michael tells Steve that his wants him back, and kisses him. Alex sees that and flees the theater, upset. Steve tells Michael that it’s over and has him escorted off the property. Steve finds Alex and they finally express the feelings they have held in for so long.


BEST PLOT

Film: Ruse

Writer by: Deric Olsen


Synopsis: After learning of a huge cash reward for proof of the Loch Ness monster, three tourists plan to fake a sighting of the legendary beast when they discover there’s much more to the myth than they ever knew.







BEST SCREENPLAY WRITTEN DUNG PANDEMIC

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JURY SPECIAL SECTION

Film: Smoking Kills

Directed by: Steven LUCHEL


Synopsis: One morning after Karl, Julia's husband, leaves for work, she lets herself be tempted by a last cigarette ... But smoking Kills.


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Redwood Film Festival December 2020 Official Selection Films
Redwood Film Festival September 2021 Official Selection Films

RedWood Film Festival announces the list of Official Selected films of September 2021.

  • Redwood Film Festival is an Online Film Festival. 

  • Our Jury screens the selections Privately and from there we select the winners. Only the winning films will get a chance to participate in a second selection at the end of the year. If they pass the second selection, we'll screen them at our annual live online screening. Where one film from each category will be awarded. 

1- Minute Short Films

  • Walking The Dog-30sec | Lawrence Whitener


  • The beginning | José Bibian


Short Films

  • Imitation of Life - A Machine Learning Story | Øyvind Knustad


  • Unhappy | Thomas Goersch


  • HoneyDough | Jillian Vitko


  • The Companion | Helen McKenzie Ross


  • Grave Talk | Andrew Huggins


  • Yard Sale - Final Cut A ver 4 | Andrew Huggins/Donna Whitmore-Sexton


  • Curb Service | Andrew Huggins, John R Sexton


  • The MARS Experiment | Lori Saux


  • What I want to say, Burn! * | Luís Damas


  • The Supers | Manoj Adhikari


  • "A Time of Fire" | Mimi Garrard


  • Smoking Kills | Steven LUCHEL


Student Short Film

  • Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash Re-opening | Sophia Haber Brock & Joanna Downing


  • THIS IS FOR US | Roshan hill


  • SMORGASBORD | Roshan hill


LGBT Film

  • Let Us Eat Cake!: Asexuality in the 21st Century | Maddy Heller


Web Series

  • FAME - THE SHOW CAN NOT STOP! | BRUNNO RODRIGUES


  • "FaceTime With The Rickkenbakker Family" | Thomas Connelly


  • I am Who I am | Izaskun Arandia


Music Video

  • Panties And Chocolate - Love Song For Cuckold Teens | Shawy, Jeremiaah Bourgeois


  • Food To Ate | Randy J. Huling


Action Film

"Not Enough Entries"


Animation Film

  • The Penguin | Matt Bissett-Johnson


Documentary Films

  • "Four Motherless Children" | Ralph Isenberg, Joe De La Fuente


  • Who Will Remain? | Emily Felder, Christa Whitney


  • In their eyes | Arnaud Blin


  • The Builder | Ryan Lauterio, Nick Seitz


Comedy Film

"Not Enough Entries"


Crime Film

"Not Enough Entries"


Dark Comedy

  • Where's The Will | Paul Laudicano


  • Routine | Russ Emanuel


Drama Films

  • Athame | Dimitrios Karas


  • I WANT TO DO IT | Roshan hill


  • Inside me | Mateusz Kułacz


Experiment Film

  • Cornered | Raquel Salvatella de Prada


Horror Film

  • Loyal? | Felicia Rivers


Mystery Film

"Not Enough Entries"


Noir Film

"Not Enough Entries"


Non Fiction Film

"Not Enough Entries"


Romantic Films

  • Her & Him | Julian Morales


Sci-Fi Films

  • TAKE ME. | Kenneth Bordes-Hollon


  • Lemon Tea | Maurizio Venturiero


Women Film

"Not Enough Entries"


Thriller Film

"Not Enough Entries"


Best Trailer

"Not Enough Entries"


Best Director

  • Bruce Wayne Begins | Kevin Ruiz


  • Routine | Russ Emanuel


  • Smoking Kills | Steven LUCHEL


Best Female Director

  • Dear Quarantine | Tuğba Yiğitcan


Best Producer

"Not Enough Entries"


Best Cinematographer/D.O.P

"Not Enough Entries"


Best Art Director

"Not Enough Entries"


Best Editor

"Not Enough Entries"


Best Screenwriter

  • Beautiful Sunshine Script | JW Richardson


Best Sound

"Not Enough Entries"


Best VFX

"Not Enough Entries"


Best Actor - Male

  • Unhappy | Thomas Goersch


  • ... And He Found Me... | Aniez Atlas


Best Actor - Female

  • HoneyDough | Jillian Vitko


  • Routine | Russ Emanuel


Best Child Actor

"Not Enough Entries"


Best Supporting Actor Male/Female

"Not Enough Entries"


Screenplay

  • Ruse | Deric Olsen


  • A GOOD EXAMPLE | Lawrence Whitener


  • Somebody That I Used to Know | Robert Leo Cox


  • Arcturus Rising | Robert Cox


  • Beautiful Sunshine Script | JW Richardson


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Updated: 6 days ago


RedWood Film Festival team glad to announce the list of Winner of March 2021 Edition. 

BEST CATEGORIES AWARDS

BEST SHORT FILM

Film: The Key

Directed by: Dmitry Kazantsev


Synopsis: A nurse had no choice when she was assigned to a wealthy patient. Choosing to terminate that contract will prove to be deadly.










BEST ONE MINUTE SHORT FILM

Film: Nuntio Vobis

Directed by: Alberto Dessimone


Synopsis: The moments preceding the proclamation of the new pope









BEST LGBT FILM

Film: The Zoom Gatekeeper

Directed by: Ashna Sharan


Synopsis: Andrea is wallowing in her misery after a bad breakup. Meanwhile, DJ Krillz is playing hot new beats in the zoom club world due to COVID-19. Andrea is pushed out of her element and thrown in to the world of zoom clubbing by her best friend, Dylan.






BEST STUDENT FILM

Film: Suspect

Directed by: Colton Mitchell


Synopsis: When a passengers on a train in German occupied France are informed that a person of interest is hidden among them, secrets come to light.



BEST MUSIC VIDEO

Film: "WAKE UP"

Directed by: Aashish Rego & K. C. Loy


Synopsis: “WAKE UP” – CELEBRATE THE GODDESS WITHIN

SOC FILMS PVT. LTD. celebrates the contribution of Women to Music through a unique song “Jaago Zara” performed by over a 100 prominent women singers, performers, musicians and lyricists across the world.

The brainchild of Aashish Rego, the composer & lyricist of the song along with his co-composers & co-producers, Justin-Uday Duo & Pt. Somesh Mathur, the song features such stalwarts and legends such as Begum Farida Khannum, Pratibha Prahlad, Sudha Mathur, Anuradha Pal, K. S. Chitra, Sharda Sinha, Anuradha Paudwal, Usha Uthup, Sharon Prabhakar, Mohini Dey, Mahalaxmi Iyer, Hamsika Iyer, Sadhana Sargam, Rekha Nigam, Shweta Shetty, Malini Awasthi, Ila Arun and many more. It also features 3 Choirs and the Macedonian Symphony Orchestra and has been mastered at the famous Abbey Roads Studios, London.

The song is a clarion call to women across the world to Awaken, realise their true potential and take their rightful place in the world today in the building of a NEW WORLD ORDER. There is a Goddess present in each woman, that they need to be aware of. The video has been directed by Aashish Rego & K. C. Loy and will be released on 8TH March 2021 on the occasion of Women’s Day.


BEST WEB SERIES

Film: Trillo & Suede

Directed by: Jonathan Geffner


Synopsis: A film noir parody web series, set in Brooklyn, NY. Written, created, executive produced and starring ventriloquist Jonathan Geffner. Trillo & Suede are a ventriloquist/dummy detective duo.


Winner of Top Award in 22 international film festivals.


Season 1 consists of 10 episodes, released in early 2020.


Season 2 began on Nov. 1, 2020, with the release of the first of 10 weekly episodes.


Season 2 Episode 9: Fiona Fatale is back. Her pianist has gone missing and she suspects foul play. Will detectives Trillo & Suede be able to track down the culprit before someone else is murdered during Opera Night at The Last Exit Nightclub?


BEST GENRE CATEGORIES AWARDS

BEST ANIMATION FILM

Film: The Subway

Directed by: Marilyn Oakley


Synopsis: Miss Childs life revolves around the subway. Is it real or only in her mind?

the supernatural ... is claimed to exist

Does it exist in a place or a person ... or both?


(this animated short film is fiction)


BEST DRAMA FILM

Film: Abandonment

Directed by: Sagnik Dutta Gupta


Synopsis: On a turbulent night, a destitute man obtains a deserted wallet full of money, only to find the owner observing him closely. To his surprise, the brooding owner implores him to keep the purse as apparently, he won’t be needing it anymore. Upon further inquiry, it is revealed that the latter intends to commit suicide before the night ends. All alone in the still of the night, It is up to the poor, yet compassionate man to convince the grief-stricken stranger to change his mind before it is too late.



BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM

Film: Shangdrok

Directed by: Jared Yeh


Synopsis: Tibetan people not only live in Tibet but spread out all over the vast Tibetan plateau in western China. Shangdrok means northern nomads in Tibetan language. Yaks and sheep accompany Tibetan nomads for thousand years, offering not only companionship but providing the materials needed for survival in every aspect of life. However, even on this remote high-altitude plateau, life today becomes increasingly complicated. The green fields of the nomads are gradually disintegrating, and the nomadic lifestyle is fading. There is a small workshop set up in an inconspicuous village on Tibetan plateau that tries to work with the nomads. As a social enterprise, to regain their traditions of yak wool textile craftsmanship, to help the villagers who used to be nomads before lost all their yaks can earn their livings, and make them proud of themselves again. Through this film, we could stand closely by the side and capture the moments objectively. How Tibetan people cherish their traditions and nomadic lifestyle, however losing them gradually at the same time, while facing and embracing rapid modernization.


BEST EXPERIMENT FILM

Film: “Passengers”

Directed by: Christian Diez


Synopsis: Two passengers connect with a playful game of seduction at first sight in a wagon of a subway, but their connection and relationship last the same time and distance as from one stop to the next stop of the subway.


This is a reflection of how in pandemic times relationships can be easily disposable.




BEST THRILLER FILM

Film: Anna

Directed by: Éric PINÉDA


Synopsis: Anna’s lifeless body is abandoned on a deserted road in the middle of a forest.

Like the character’s name, this palindromic film tells the story of how this young woman from a wealthy family met her tragic end.






BEST HORROR FILM

Film: Cruel Tale, Friday kills

Directed by: Guéguen Hugues


Synopsis: In a hostel, Managers from a big company are coming for a secret meeting. On behalf of the new bioethic Law, they plan a conspiracy about the slaughter of their own employees they want to layoff. However, they just did not expect Suzy and Dany.





BEST ROMANTIC FILM

Film: ROMANCE

Directed by: Piero Cannata


Synopsis: The wind in your hair, a distant music, the sound of the sea. Just a summer day.









BEST JURY AWARD

Film: COUPLE

Directed by: JEON JOOHYUN


Synopsis: an ugly woman, a lookism man, a love story between two people









BEST AWARDS TO PEOPLES

BEST DIRECTOR

Award goes to: Seth Kozak

Film: Rendezvous

Directed by: Seth Kozak


Synopsis: An opportunistic congressman schemes to have his much younger wife killed, but she's already a step ahead of him.







BEST D.O.P

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST SCREENWRITER

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST EDITOR

Award goes to: Larry, Curly & Moe

Film: Monte Creek

Directed by: Jim Henry


Synopsis: A young woman set out to drive home from her parents house only to find trouble on and off of the road.








BEST ACTOR (MALE)

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST ACTRESS (FEMALE)

"Not Enough Entries"



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