November 2019 - Winner



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

BEST CATEGORIES AWARDS

BEST SHORT FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: One Bad Day

Directed by: Julian Morales


Synopsis: An ex-Marine turned Bank Robber, Maggie, who after a heist turns bloody, has to do everything in her power to keep her team together and come to terms with the consequences of their violent actions.










BEST ONE MINUTE SHORT FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: "BABY" STEPS.........??

Directed by: MANISHA GUPTA


Synopsis: An ignorant Baby is drinking milk from his bottle in his house by the roadside when he notices cars at the Red traffic signal and takes an astonishing Action.














BEST LGBT FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: ROSES

Directed by: Ivann willig


Synopsis: Hurt that he never met his mother, Zé, a country man, drops his girlfriend on the farm and sets out to find himself, returning later with a new identity.













BEST STUDENT FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: Meow

Directed by: Yu Shu Grace Wang


Synopsis: This is a story about a dog, who thinks he is a cat, meets a real dog for the first time.
















BEST MUSIC VIDEO OF THE MONTH

Film: DILEMMA - Siunauksii

Directed by: Jesse Haaja


Synopsis: .....



















BEST WEB SERIES OF THE MONTH

Film: The Grimoire Chapters: Rem

Directed by: Michael Davis


Synopsis: Episode 6 - Hellbound (Part 1) Online OCT 30th

Part 1 of 2. This Halloween, the past will haunt the present and carry on its dark traditions. Secrets from the original experiment are revealed as Jules Parker approaches her destiny, leaving murderous havoc in her wake. Detective Warren finds his answers. And the mastermind behind the misery steps from out of the shadows. (Season 3 Synopsis) In 1968, a deadly sleep experiment took place at the Parker family residence. A crime that would go down in infamy and sets in motion a series of events, leading to a startling killing spree in 1988. Who or what is the connection?


BEST GENRE CATEGORIES AWARDS

BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: Noble Inc

Directed by: Paul Brenno


Synopsis: An oil drilling company in western North Dakotan celebrating it's first 10 years in business

















BEST ANIMATION FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: Afterglow

Directed by: Ariana Bolaños Guevara


Synopsis: A pessimistic teenager girl re-encounters with an old friend. This re-encounter result in a life changing experience for her.
















BEST DRAMA FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: Almost.

Directed by: Elena C. Lockleis


Synopsis: On the outside, the Beta Kappa Theta's are picture perfect.














BEST EXPERIMENT FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: Siloed

Directed by: Lokesh


Synopsis: A Software engineer is found shot dead in his apartment. Was the cause of death a personal rivalry? Or was it a professional friction? Or was it...!















BEST THRILLER FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: The House Named End of The World

Directed by: Katsuhide Yamago


Synopsis: A man visits the house named end of the world. There his son is 20 years old, even he died at 3. Man

find peace of mind for a moment. But, uninvited customers is coming...











BEST ROMANTIC FILM OF THE MONTH

Film: The Spark or The Fuel

Directed by: Andrea Holton


Synopsis: A couple breakdown in a remote area unaware all the locals look familiar















BEST JURY AWARD OF THE MONTH

Film: Police Story

Directed by: Bob Jones


Synopsis: A teenager is molested by a cop.














BEST INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

BEST DIRECTOR OF THE MONTH

Award goes to: Marie Vandelannoote

Film: Funeral

Directed by: Marie Vandelannoote


Synopsis: Julie, Jean, Justine and Antoine reunite for their brother’s funeral wake. An opportunity for them to gather and share their best memories, but also more painful ones. Between laughters and settling scores, they will not only bury a brother but also the convictions, guilt and an authoritarian family that caused, by its adamancy, the loss of one of them .








BEST D.O.P OF THE MONTH

Award goes to: PHILIP GRAHAM Film: A R E T H A

Directed by: Dave Thomas


Synopsis: Eighteen year old Aretha wants to work at a Café that are in desperate need of staff. However, her first obstacle is to convince the Manager, Jim Laurel, that she has abilities that he just can't see. Can a young woman with Down syndrome cope with the fast paced restaurant? Will Jim even give her the opportunity?










BEST SCREENWRITER OF THE MONTH

Award goes to: Marie Vandelannoote

Film: Funeral

Directed by: Marie Vandelannoote


Synopsis: Julie, Jean, Justine and Antoine reunite for their brother’s funeral wake. An opportunity for them to gather and share their best memories, but also more painful ones. Between laughters and settling scores, they will not only bury a brother but also the convictions, guilt and an authoritarian family that caused, by its adamancy, the loss of one of them .








BEST EDITOR OF THE MONTH

Award goes to: JOHN JAMES CLARKE Film: A R E T H A

Directed by: Dave Thomas


Synopsis: Eighteen year old Aretha wants to work at a Café that are in desperate need of staff. However, her first obstacle is to convince the Manager, Jim Laurel, that she has abilities that he just can't see. Can a young woman with Down syndrome cope with the fast paced restaurant? Will Jim even give her the opportunity?









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