December 2020 - Winner


RedWood Film Festival team glad to announce the list of Winner of December 2020 Edition. 

BEST CATEGORIES AWARDS

BEST SHORT FILM

Film: THE CHOICE

Directed by: Manuel Juri Vitali


Synopsis: A seemingly simple choice, like that of a dress to wear on a date, can sometimes turn out to be actually very difficult to make.

After falling prey to her own many doubts and thoughts, the protagonist will find a solution by relying on her instinct.





BEST ONE MINUTE SHORT FILM

Film: Nude Landscapes

Directed by: Luís Damas


Synopsis: Pictures of living landscapes

where the Flame burns

in the veins

of Dream made flesh.


BEST LGBT FILM

"Not Enough Entries"


BEST STUDENT FILM

Film: Barren Bride

Directed by: Shreeya Tiwari


Synopsis: Barren Bride is a story of a young married woman desolated from her household due to her inability to bear a child. As she spends her life alone raising cattle, she meets someone who enchants her life with real happiness and leaves her content.





BEST MUSIC VIDEO

Film: Spider Rockets - Rip Your Heart Out

Directed by: Roman Fernandez


Synopsis: Crazy bitch meets dumb-ass guy. Dumb-ass guy does not know crazy bitch has a secret. Dumb-ass guy pisses off crazy bitch. Crazy bitch gets even.








BEST WEB SERIES

Film: "Facetime With The Rickenbakker Family"

Directed by: Thomas Connelly


Synopsis: A Mother is determined to rally her dysfunctional family into having their own comic reality tv show!







BEST GENRE CATEGORIES AWARDS

BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM

Film: Spilling Salt

Directed by: Natalia Armienta


Synopsis: Bolivia holds a sea of salt, the heart of the spirit of the earth "Pachamama" called Salar de Uyuni, the world largest reserve of lithium, at the time that protects us from UV rays. On the eve of a change of energy, the entire planet will share their future and destiny again.







BEST ANIMATION FILM

Film: By Rocket to Oblivion

Directed by: Matt Bissett-Johnson


Synopsis: A brave spaceman goes on a journey.









BEST DRAMA FILM

Film: Ashes to Ashes

Directed by: Ashley Landrieu


Synopsis: Three adopted siblings meet for the first time in years to spread their mothers ashes.




BEST EXPERIMENT FILM

Film: AX

Directed by: Christopher Reichert


Synopsis:




BEST THRILLER FILM

Film: SCRIPT

Directed by: Piero Cannata


Synopsis: Two screenwriters, a ghost story, the night that goes on. Who will put an end to this?









BEST ROMANTIC FILM

Film: Stardust Memory

Directed by: Cindy Kemp


Synopsis: A woman hits the road to find the mystery lover she sees in her dreams every night.



BEST JURY AWARD

Film: re/cycle

Directed by: Rene Smaal


Synopsis: A forest, a bicycle, a man. Where did they come from? Where do they go? And in what order? A film in the true surrealist tradition, in the sense that only 'found' elements were used, and that it defies interpretation based on ordinary cause-and-effect time sequence.







BEST AWARDS TO PEOPLES

BEST DIRECTOR

Award goes to: Dustin Mills

Film: Paying Up

Directed by: Dustin Mills


Synopsis: A desperate heroin addict owes money to his violent dealer and decides to sell his very manhood to a cult to get the money. Horror is not always being chased by monsters , but sometimes the decision we make ourselves


BEST D.O.P

Award goes to: Enrico Banson & Sean Totanes

Film: Welcome to the Conspiracy!

Directed by: Sean Totanes


Synopsis: Art, an agoraphobic loser in a downward spiral, thinks the world is out to get him; that is until he meets the girl of his dreams. She offers a proposition - to be part of a project that will "cure his disease". Will she be able to help him overcome his "syndrome", or is Mika, part of the conspiracy?




BEST SCREENWRITER

Award goes to: Joe Lam

Film: Fugitive Zero

Directed by: Joe Lam


Synopsis: An escaped convict discovers he's taking part in a live simulation where every moral decision determines his eligibility for parole.

Frankie and Derek are two men trapped in a warehouse who fight over a gun. In the struggle, the gun fires several times and leads to... Frankie waking up from the nightmare. He finds himself tied in a barn with fellow inmate, Casper, who plans to rape a young woman and use Frankie as the scapegoat. Unbeknownst to Frankie is the fact that Casper is acting within a live simulation designed to test a prisoner's moral behavior. He's under surveillance by a man named Baker, who runs the experimental parole to test if Frankie is reformed and eligible for parole. He's joined by Derek's mother, Victoria, who must approve of the parole if Frankie passes all of the moral tests. The story explores the choices Frankie makes that will lead to his redemption or imprisonment.


BEST EDITOR

Award goes to: Sean Totanes

Film: Welcome to the Conspiracy!

Directed by: Sean Totanes


Synopsis: Art, an agoraphobic loser in a downward spiral, thinks the world is out to get him; that is until he meets the girl of his dreams. She offers a proposition - to be part of a project that will "cure his disease". Will she be able to help him overcome his "syndrome", or is Mika, part of the conspiracy?





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