February 2019 - Winner

Updated: Feb 26, 2019



RedWood Film Festival team glad to announce the list of Winner of February 2019 Edition. 

BEST CATEGORIES AWARDS

BEST SHORT FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: Lady in the Shower

Directed by: Chris Borgo


Synopsis: A woman with a shady secret is haunted by a mysterious entity, while taking a shower in a historic hotel.


















BEST ONE MINUTE SHORT FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: Hush

Directed by: Velton J Lishke


Synopsis: one minute micro horror, when a husband wakes to the sound of his wife comforting their baby not all is at it seems







BEST LGBT FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: Naked, Hurt & Pissed off

Directed by: Magnus G Bergström, Josephine Bengtsberg


Synopsis: Anna is a young woman that loves to party and don't want any deeper connections. She's a player. Suddenly she finds her self pregnant and in love with a man. She don't know how to handle this new situation. It doesn't help that the world is a place where heterosexuality is seen as dirty and wrong.










BEST STUDENT FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: Mirchi Cafe

Directed by: Mehkansh Kathuria


Synopsis: A cafe harbours three stories; an ex serial

killer is set on a blind date but he suffers from

withdrawal symptoms controlling urges to kill his

date; To escape a break up situation, a guy cons

his girlfriend into believing that he is a

contract killer; A death artist, an actor who is

practising or doing method acting by dying in

different places.






BEST MUSIC VIDEO OF THE MONTH

"Not Enough Entries"



BEST WEB SERIES OF THE MONTH

"Not Enough Entries"



BEST GENRE CATEGORIES AWARDS

BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: Flying on the Wings of Time - Chapter Three - “Buenos Aires and a Million Memories”

Directed by: Dr. Teresa Mular


Synopsis: This film includes a very personal visit to the magnificent and newly restored Teatro Colon, the largest opera house in South America and one of the most beautiful in the world. With unique historical recordings, anecdotes and interviews with artists who performed on it's stage.

Also a wonderful journey focusing in spectacular monuments that adorn many public places and which reveal the strong influence and taste for Europe during the 20th century.



BEST ANIMATION FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: Moments in paradise

Directed by: bellopropello


Synopsis: Plants are growing in paradise; one of them nicer, more beautiful and taller than all the other and provoke a disciplinary action. Against all odds has consequences even in paradise.















BEST INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

BEST DIRECTOR OF THE MONTH

Award goes to: Aniez Atlas

Film: Blue Rhapsody

Directed by: Aniez Atlas


Synopsis: The experience of loss. Painful and personal. Debilitating and dreadful. Inevitable.

















BEST D.O.P OF THE MONTH

Award goes to: Joseph Quinn

Film: Tapferkeit

Directed by: Joseph Quinn


Synopsis: During the WWII North African campaign, a German sniper of the AfrikaKorps and a U.S. Combat engineer find themselves the sole survivors of a battle. They must reluctantly join forces to escape a marauding band of desert nomads and the unforgiving desolation of the Sahara desert. During their odyssey, the German relates the destruction of his country due to following their corrupt politicians. He regrets not stopping them before it was too late. It's a specter from the past that sadly parallels many aspects of our society today. The German soon realizes his own government is the real enemy of his people and struggles to find the courage (Tapferkeit) to stop them.



BEST SCREENWRITER OF THE MONTH

Award goes to: Mehkansh Kathuria

Film: Mirchi Cafe

Directed by: Mehkansh Kathuria


Synopsis: A cafe harbours three stories; an ex serial killer is set on a blind date but he suffers from withdrawal symptoms controlling urges to kill his

date; To escape a break up situation, a guy cons his girlfriend into believing that he is a contract killer; A death artist, an actor who is practising or doing method acting by dying in different places.










BEST EDITOR OF THE MONTH

Award goes to: Chris Borgo Film: Lady in the Shower

Directed by: Chris Borgo


Synopsis: A woman with a shady secret is haunted by a mysterious entity, while taking a shower in a historic hotel.


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