Winners 2020 July Edition
Directed by Everon Jackson Hooi
When Mikhael searches for his missing girlfriend Sara, all traces lead to a private clinic. The clinic where Mikhael ends up is a place where they are using controversial neurological experiments to get the faith out of people. "Faith is a disease and we are going to cure it"
Directed by Ebru Cakirkaya
There are very few indigenous communities left on our planet still retaining a thousand years old tradition in our standardized World. Himba people are one of those few living in Kunene region in Namibia. The documentary “The Himba” is presenting the exceptional life of the indigenous Himba people that managed to preserve the cultural heritage and life of their ancestors communed firmly with mother nature until today
best silent movie
Directed by Kristian Comer
Widower Stanley Stevenson is on his way to celebrate the anniversary of the day he met his deceased wife Clara. Each year he goes back to the same spot, a bench in Washington Square park and eats the same sandwich, hot roast beef, he had that day. When he reaches the bench he finds a woman crying and decides to cheer her up. Between hilarious banter of shared interests of love, food and New York they develop a bond. July 15th deals with the theme of true love and how it is effected by death.
Directed by Carlo Perassi
n Brief starts from Post-history, by narrating scientific facts, like a documentary, regarding an enormous timespan in the Universe’s far future, whilst developing a silent drama around the heart of being human.
Directed by Xin Li
Walking in a snowy forest, a peasant sees an unusual deer and goes to follow it. The deer allures him and the peasant even wants to catch it.
Dear John, I'm Sorry
Directed by Iain Cash
Based on a true story, a neighbour gets a final letter from the old couple next door.
Color of the eyes
Directed by Geoffroy Virgery
During nine months, a couple will observe by their windows all the stages of pregnancy, wondering : which color will be their baby's eyes ?
Directed by Almuhannad Alkadam
An Alzheimer's patient is at a doctor's appointment, the doctor asks the patient how much he remembers to analyze his mental state.
Directed by Juan José Bors
Starting from real events, reason and faith are contrasted throughout a story that moves between homage and parody to religious cinema, interpreted as a peculiar variant of the fantastic genre. The abuse of power and the exploitation of innocence mark the relationships of characters who confront themselves to their contradictions. Adults who manipulate children. Children who manipulate adults. A dark story that is presented to the viewer under a kitsch wrapper, which is part of an irreverent game.
Directed by Simon Ross
Successful businessman and golden boy, Jack Wells, is unscrupulous, immoral and will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Along the way he has made many enemies – and today they’re out for revenge!
Q: ghostly remote effect
Directed by Marcus Hanisch
In the future. A hi-tech-lab. Scientist P is testing quantum-gynoid Q and sets off on a mission to an undiscovered nature. On the journey she discovers a ghostly remote effect between herself and the robot. Will she maintain in control, when nature starts changing?