Winner Season - 3 (May 2019)

Jury Award
 

Best Short Film - Jury Award

Pretty Little Bubbles

Film Directed by: James Garrett (Genre: Short)

"Pretty Little Bubbles is powerful and emotional short film about ex soldier Terry coping with life after Afghanistan wile struggling to raise his West Ham supporting twin daughters. Highlighting PTSD and disability.The film is written and produced by Mickey Cornwell, he is the Vice President of West Ham United Women’s team and is a first time film maker, his own 11 year old twin daughters are playing the roles of Terri and Toni and they attend the Pauline Quirke Academy of performing Arts.Other notable cast include cameo Performances from West Ham legend and Sky Sport pundit Tony Gale, West Ham Woman’s star player Rosie Kmita and Billy Drinkwater who served in the 1st Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment on tour in Afghanistan lost his right eye and sustained serious injuries to his left eye in an IED attack in 2010The Soundtrack to the film is by Marcel Somerville of Love Island and Blazin Squad fame....."

Pretty Little Bubbles

 

Best Feature Film - Jury Award

The Radicalization of Jeff Boyd

Film Directed by: Uwe Schwarzwalder (Genre: Drama, Thriller)

"A businessman and a young woman find each other and discuss a dangerous plan which soon becomes reality."

Trailer of - The Radicalization of Jeff Boyd

 

Best Web Series - Jury Award

"Not Enough Entries"

 

Best Music Video - Jury Award

Over. Above. Beyond.

Film Directed by: Steve Cachero (Genre: Music Video)

"Classical pianist Jeeyoon Kim plays Forgotten Melodies I, Op. 38, No. 8, Coda Alla Reminiscenza by Nikolay Medtner and the music video represents the peaceful mood of the music. "

Over. Above. Beyond.

Categories Award
 

Best Short Film - Less then $5000

Your Loving, Virginia

Film Directed by: Casey Schoch (Genre: Non Fiction, Short, Re-enactment, Student Film)

"In this adaptation of the death of Virginia Woolf, on the last day of her life the characters from her books who were inspired by the people she held closest to her come alive."

Your Loving, Virginia

 

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

"Not Enough Entries"

 

Best Short Film - More then $10,000

"Not Enough Entries"

 

Best Feature Film - Less then $5000 

"Not Enough Entries"

 

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

"Not Enough Entries"

 

Best Feature Film - More then $10,000

THE LEGEND

Film Directed by: Florian HESSIQUE (Genre: Feature)

"At 25 years old, Jean-Christophe Markovic is at the top of his career as a professional basketball player. Though courted by the most prestigious teams in Europe, Jean-Christophe surprisingly decides to join his former club which has recently been promoted to the highest level. His ultimate goal? The French national team."

 

Best Web - Series

"Not Enough Entries"

 

Best Music Video

Safe and Warm (Lullaby for Jesus)

Film Directed by: Alan Mascareno (Genre: music video, christian, gospel, singer songwriter, musical short, christian contemporary, roots, roots gospel, country, Holiday, christmas, spiritual) 

"Roots-Gospel singer/songwriter Katie Garibaldi has combined passionate vocals, soothing guitar melodies, breathtaking scenes of grassy fields, and a backdrop of the St. Catherine of Alexandria Catholic Church in Morgan Hill, California to feature in her new music video "Safe and Warm (Lullaby for Jesus)."The original song written by Garibaldi is from her award-winning album 'Home Sweet Christmas,' available online at iTunes, Amazon, etc. and on all major streaming platforms including Spotify. “Safe and Warm” harnesses the emotional connection believers foster with Jesus, offering a message that is understood and embraced by so many others who feel strongly about their faith, the way Garibaldi does...................."

Trailer of - Safe and Warm (Lullaby for Jesus)

Back-Stage Award
 

Best Director

Award Goes To: "Casey Schoch" for the film

Your Loving, Virginia

Film Directed by: Casey Schoch (Genre: Non Fiction, Short, Re-enactment, Student Film)

"In this adaptation of the death of Virginia Woolf, on the last day of her life the characters from her books who were inspired by the people she held closest to her come alive."

Your Loving, Virginia

 

Best Cinematographer

Award Goes To: "Laura Gracia Marquez" for the film

Enkuenko

Film Directed by: Aniez Atlas (Genre: Drama, Horror)

"A couple seemingly find a solution to settle insurmountable conflicts in their worn-out marriage. However, they are not alone..."

Trailer of - Enkuenko

 

Best Editor

Award Goes To: "Florian HESSIQUE" for the film

THE LEGEND

Film Directed by: Florian HESSIQUE (Genre: Feature)

"At 25 years old, Jean-Christophe Markovic is at the top of his career as a professional basketball player. Though courted by the most prestigious teams in Europe, Jean-Christophe surprisingly decides to join his former club which has recently been promoted to the highest level. His ultimate goal? The French national team."

 

Best Screenplay

Award Goes To: "Doug Shear" for the film

The Health Racket

Film Directed by: Fabian Cardenas (Genre: Drama)

"I spy a health inspector, unscrupulous restaurant owners and the FBI. Bribes and sanitary restaurant grades trade hands in life and poker."

 

Best Production Design

Award Goes To: "Tom and Oliver Jolliffe" for the film

The Dark Recess

Film Directed by: Oliver Jolliffe (Genre: Fantasy, Horror, drama)

"Fighting insomnia, creative emptiness and haunted by her past, Charlie longs for a cure to her ailments. Maybe Jacob X, a radio psychologist Charlie picks up by chance on an old analogue signal, may hold those answers."

Trailer of - The Dark Recess

Front-Stage Award
 

Best Performance (Male)

"Not Enough Entries"

 

Best Performance (Female)

"Not Enough Entries"

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