Winner Season - 1( November 2018)

Jury Award
 

Best Short Film - Jury Award

SAVE

Film Directed by: Iván Sáinz-Pardo (Genre: Short, Drama, horror, terror, thriller)

Dawns . A baby breaks the silence .

"54 International Awards. More than 300 official selections."

Trailer of - SAVE

 

Best Feature Film - Jury Award

Blue Skies On Mars

Film Directed by: Brian Lutes (Genre: Short, Drama, Crime, Thriller, Romance, Fantasy, Period)

"** Warning: The last 45 minutes of this film is intense!

On the eve of being released from a Martian penal colony, Matthew Quinn relives the events that led to his conviction. As a high-ranking officer for 1970’s Irish mobster kingpin, Vincent Morressyy, Matt finds himself caught in a power struggle with Vinnie’s sociopathic son, Ritchie. Things are complicated further when Matt develops feelings for a young French girl and decides it’s time to extricate himself from the Morrissey family and his life of crime. Matt soon finds all roads leading out are blocked, however, when his new girlfriend Wendy is dragged into the middle."

Trailer of - Blue Skies On Mars

 

Best Web Series - Jury Award

"Not Enough Entries"

 

Best Music Video - Jury Award

"Not Enough Entries"

Categories Award
 

Best Short Film - Less then $5000

Life's A Drag...

Film Directed by: Robin Royce Queree (Genre: Short)

"Two old drag queens making up for a final show and pondering on life."

Trailer of - Life's A Drag...

 

Best Short Film - Between $5000 - $10,000

"Not Enough Entries"

 

Best Short Film - More then $10,000

I Will Crush You & Go To Hell

Film Directed by: Fabio Soares, Célia Paysan (Genre: Short, Thriller, Road movie)

"At their father’s funeral, Colorado and Louise Fox discover the 
existence of an exclusive and mysterious heiress: Apple Pie. 
Together, they set out to find who she is and hit the road to get the 
money back…

I Will Crush You & Go to Hell is a feminine and psychedelic road 
movie telling the journey of two sisters running away from their past to give their lives a new meaning. Raw, violent and poetic at the same time, the film is a quest about deliverance and freedom."

 

Best Feature Film - Less then $5000 

Top Models are Deadly

Film Directed by: Larry Moore (Genre: Feature)

"The movie is about a down and out private detective who is hired to protect the promoter of a charity shows. It features the city Memphis, its people, and its music. It is also a story about intersection, that is how our worlds can be changed by people crossing our lives. 
While based on 1950's tv shows like "77 Sunset Strip" and "Peter Gunn", fans of film noir will notice the elements of noir; that is beautiful women with secrets, a down on his luck investigator facing possible disgrace, the double cross, drinking alone in the bar, shots fired out of the night, a shoot out with an unseen gunman, and of course the trench coat.

And of course, it's Memphis, so it's also in many ways, a musical."

Trailer of - Top Models are Deadly

 

Best Feature Film - Between $5000 - $10,000

If I Could Run

Film Directed by: Shawn Welling (Genre: Feature)

"A young girl in 1960 loves to run and joins a boys running team. Setbacks, bullying and ridicule face her. Finding a lost, injured dog proves out to be her strength and salvation. An inspiring, heartwarming story for the entire family!"

Trailer of - If I Could Run

 

Best Feature Film - More then $10,000

"Not Enough Entries"

 

Best Web - Series

"Not Enough Entries"

 

Best Music Video

"Not Enough Entries"

Back-Stage Award
 

Best Director

Banalities

Film Directed by: Rafael de Andrade (Genre: Short)

"Betrayed and arrears, Jorge deducts all your anger at the bricklayer working at his home. However, at times, banal decisions have unexpected consequences."

Trailer of - Banalities

 

Best Cinematographer

IMPURATUS

Film Directed by: Michael Yurinko (Genre: Short)

"With an ice storm on his heels, Detective Clayton Douglas of the Allentown Police Dept. travels across the snow-covered road to what seems like the middle of nowhere. Out in this vast emptiness sits the massive state hospital. A modern marvel of its day. Clayton directs his car towards it. Inside, the hospital continues to impress. Clayton meets the receptionist and explains he was on a call with Dr. Heysinger when the line went dead. Being the inquisitive detective that he is, Clayton stops by to check things out. He's quickly met by Dr. Heysinger, who begins to tell him of the mysterious man in the basement who oddly enough asked for the detective by name. Daniel Glassman, a Civil War Vet not only asked for Clayton by name, he also wants to confess to something horrible. This situation is just too strange for Clayton to turn away and agrees to meet Daniel. In the basement, locked in a room is Daniel - a bloated, half-dead old man covered in scars. Eyes sunk but piercing. Already in the room is Sister Rose, who seems to be entranced by the sheer sight of Daniel, is present for medical aid and spiritual guidance. Daniel has a difficult time speaking so he wrote his confession down. As Dr. Heysinger reads the confession, we are transported back to 1863 and we see first hand what unbelievable events took place. Not only will it shock everyone involved but it will have them questioning their very fabric of faith and fighting for their lives."

 

Best Editor

SAVE

Film Directed by: Iván Sáinz-Pardo (Genre: Short, Drama, horror, terror, thriller)

Dawns . A baby breaks the silence .

"54 International Awards. More than 300 official selections."

Trailer of - SAVE

 

Best Screenplay

Touttay(Parrots)

Film Directed by: Shashank Shekar Singh (Genre: Short, Experimental, narrative Feature Drama, narrative fiction drama, short, Drama, Feature, Fiction)

"We know a greater deal about the ' how' of things, it is the 'why' we do not understand - Prof. Hinton

This is a story of a theater personality, who has written a play which is adapted from a poem. When he is trying to perform it into a stage play, then some influential people, with hidden agendas become his obstacle. This times it is not about Freedom of Speech but Freedom of Thought."

 

Best Production Design

Banalities

Film Directed by: Rafael de Andrade (Genre: Short)

"Betrayed and arrears, Jorge deducts all your anger at the bricklayer working at his home. However, at times, banal decisions have unexpected consequences."

Trailer of - Banalities

Back-Stage Award
 

Best Performance (Male)

Award Goes To: "Frank Joseph" for the film

Banalities

Film Directed by: Rafael de Andrade (Genre: Short)

"Betrayed and arrears, Jorge deducts all your anger at the bricklayer working at his home. However, at times, banal decisions have unexpected consequences."

Trailer of - Banalities

 

Best Performance (Female)

Award Goes To: "Petra Silander & Lise Gardo" for the film

I Will Crush You & Go To Hell

Film Directed by: Fabio Soares, Célia Paysan (Genre: Short, Thriller, Road movie)

"At their father’s funeral, Colorado and Louise Fox discover the 
existence of an exclusive and mysterious heiress: Apple Pie. 
Together, they set out to find who she is and hit the road to get the 
money back…

I Will Crush You & Go to Hell is a feminine and psychedelic road 
movie telling the journey of two sisters running away from their past to give their lives a new meaning. Raw, violent and poetic at the same time, the film is a quest about deliverance and freedom."

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