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April 2020 Edition Results

Updated: Jun 23

We are delighted to announce the results of Monthly Winners.

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BEST SHORT

WINNER

Only death never lies’ directed by Sam Yazdanpanna

When a grandson escorts his beloved Iranian grandfather to a doctor’s visit, they are told that the grandfather is terminally ill. The grandson needs to translate the bad news, but decides to bend the truth. By doing so he hopes he can keep him alive longer, but at the same time he has to carry the burden of his lie.

BEST FEATURE

WINNER

‘Stem Cell‘ directed by Giuseppe Di Giorgio

A brilliant neurosurgeon is found murdered in his operating room. The scene is disturbing. Those who killed him used the same tools as his specialty. Who is the killer? A psychopath? Anyone inside the hospital? Commissioner Lorenzo Aliprandi and his homicide team will fight against time to stop the killer who continues to kill without leaving any evidence behind him except a trail of blood.

BEST DOCUMENTARY

WINNER

7in7 – The Documentaryary’ directed by Dave Watts

‘The Dream is free, but the journey isn’t’ Jon Norman and Lewis Blois set out on a journey to complete 7 Marathons in 7 days.

BEST EXPERIMENTAL

WINNER

Align’ directed by R.E. Wolfe

‘Align’ is a conceptual dance film that presents two radically different dance forms: ballet and pole dance.

BEST Drama

WINNER

First directed’ by Isao FURUGORI

Because more and more young people are moving to large cities many local cities in Japan are suffering economically. Kiryu City is one of them. So they decided to hire a former advertising executive for the promotion of the city. What will be spoken at the conference and what problems will arise? Is there really a promotion plan that everyone can understand in this city? A former agency man who proposes a promotion plan is being attacked by a series of humans who are convinced and profitable. It’s hard to decide.

BEST Student

WINNER

‘Promise Me’ directed by James Austen

A man is haunted by the loss of his fiancée and struggles to find a way to move forward

BEST Horror

WINNER

‘Petra’ directed by Andreas Avgousti

Petra’s return to her family’s old house after 25 years jump starts her journey into mental darkness as she discovers who she really is.


BEST ACTOR

WINNER

Keen McRae for ‘Homecoming’


BEST ACTRESS

WINNER

Varvara Christofi for ‘Petra’


BEST DIRECTOR

WINNER

Sam Yazdanpanna for ‘Only death never lies


BEST CINEMATOGRAPHER

WINNER

Johnny Wernersson for ‘Homecoming


Nominations April Edition

‘Homecomingdirected by Malin Dahl

Siver Clown’ directed by Wu Tong

Barney Lee: My Long Walk Around Britain (For HNPP)’ directed by Matt Colin Evans

The One and Only Jewish Miss Americadirected by David Arond

Fantasmas (Ghosts)’ directed by Àlex “Gela” Aguado

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