top of page

"The Best of FIFFLONDON: Q4 2023 Winners Revealed!"

Updated: May 7

FIFFLONDON Q4 2024 EDITION: A Celebration of Cinematic Excellence

The fourth quarter edition of the FIFFLONDON Film Festival has come to a triumphant close, leaving audiences and industry professionals alike buzzing with excitement. With a diverse lineup of films spanning genres and styles, this year's festival was a testament to the power of storytelling and the creativity of filmmakers from around the globe. Let's take a closer look at some of the standout films and individuals that made this FIFFLONDON Q4 2024 Edition festival one to remember.

Feature Film - Redemption with Life

Director: Wei Zhang

"Redemption with Life" took center stage as the Feature Film of the festival, captivating audiences with its gripping narrative and powerful performances. Director Wei Zhang's poignant exploration of redemption and second chances left a lasting impression on viewers, earning the film well-deserved acclaim.

Feature Film Honorable Mention - Mute 'n' Play

Director: Fabien Luszezyszyn

Fabien Luszezyszyn's "Mute 'n' Play" received an Honorable Mention for its innovative storytelling and compelling characters. This thought-provoking film captivated audiences with its unique approach to communication and human connection, earning it recognition from festival judges.

Best Narrative - Mist

Director: Ai Xin

Ai Xin's "Mist" took home the award for Best Narrative, thanks to its evocative storytelling and stunning visuals. Set against the backdrop of a mysterious fog, this atmospheric film transported audiences to a world of intrigue and suspense, leaving them on the edge of their seats until the very end.

Best Short Critics Award - Our Snowstorm

Director: Chunzi Wang

Chunzi Wang's "Our Snowstorm" received the prestigious Critics Award for Best Short, thanks to its emotional depth and powerful storytelling. Through its poignant narrative and striking imagery, this short film captivated both audiences and critics alike, earning it well-deserved recognition.

Best Documentary - The Vanishing Kindergarten

Director: Jian Liu

Jian Liu's "The Vanishing Kindergarten" shed light on an important social issue, earning it the title of Best Documentary. With its compelling storytelling, this thought-provoking film sparked conversations and inspired action among viewers.

Best Experimental - Sky is the Limit

Director: Sheng Liu

"Sky is the Limit" pushed the boundaries of conventional filmmaking, earning it the award for Best Experimental. Director Sheng Liu's innovative approach to storytelling captivated audiences with its mesmerizing visuals and thought-provoking themes.

Best Web Series - The Season When Bayberries are Ripe

Director: Zhang Xiaohe

Zhang Xiaohe's "The Season When Bayberries are Ripe" charmed audiences with its heartwarming story and engaging characters, earning it the title of Best Web Series. This delightful series captured the essence of the human experience, resonating with viewers of all ages.

Best Inspirational - Our Acrobatic Troupe, 2022

Director: He Shaowei

He Shaowei's "Our Acrobatic Troupe, 2022" inspired audiences with its tale of perseverance and determination. Through its uplifting narrative and awe-inspiring performances, this film reminded viewers of the power of the human spirit to overcome adversity.

Best Music Film - Cancer

Director: Yunnian Han

Yunnian Han's "Cancer" offered a poignant exploration of love and loss, earning it the title of Best Music Film. With its hauntingly beautiful score and emotional storytelling, this film touched the hearts of audiences and left a lasting impact.

Best Student Film - Ta

Director: Fiona Lu

Fiona Lu's "Ta" showcased the talent and promise of emerging filmmakers, earning it the title of Best Student Film. With its fresh perspective and innovative approach, this film left a lasting impression on audiences and industry professionals alike.

Best Drama - Little Hearts Seeking Love

Director: Lye

Lye's "Little Hearts Seeking Love" captivated audiences with its compelling characters and emotionally resonant story. This gripping drama earned accolades for its powerful performances and nuanced exploration of love and loss.

Best Fan Film - Indiana Jones and the Treasure of the Aztecs

Director: Kevin M. Croxton

Kevin M. Croxton's "Indiana Jones and the Treasure of the Aztecs" delighted audiences with its homage to a beloved cinematic icon. This fan film captured the spirit of adventure and excitement that made the original series so beloved, earning it the title of Best Fan Film.

Best Family Film - Little People, Big Era

Director: Alan Zhang

Alan Zhang's "Little People, Big Era" enchanted audiences of all ages with its heartwarming story and endearing characters. This charming family film reminded viewers of the importance of friendship, courage, and kindness.

Best Crime Film - People on the Edge of the Cliff

Director: Han Ke

Han Ke's "People on the Edge of the Cliff" kept audiences on the edge of their seats with its gripping narrative and intense suspense. This thrilling crime film earned accolades for its taut storytelling and standout performances.

Recognizing Outstanding Individuals

In addition to celebrating exceptional films, the festival also recognized the incredible talent behind the camera.

Best Director - Lye (Little Hearts Seeking Love)

Lye's visionary direction of "Little Hearts Seeking Love" earned him the title of Best Director, showcasing his skill in bringing depth and emotion to the screen.

DOP - Clay Pruitt (Indiana Jones and the Treasure of the Aztecs)

Clay Pruitt's stunning cinematography brought the world of "Indiana Jones and the Treasure of the Aztecs" to life, earning him accolades for his skill and artistry behind the camera.

Original Score - Kevin M. Croxton (Indiana Jones and the Treasure of the Aztecs)

Kevin M. Croxton's original score for "Indiana Jones and the Treasure of the Aztecs" added excitement and adventure to the film, earning him recognition for his contribution to the overall cinematic experience.

VFX - Kevin M. Croxton (Indiana Jones and the Treasure of the Aztecs)

Kevin M. Croxton's mastery of visual effects in "Indiana Jones and the Treasure of the Aztecs" added depth and realism to the film's thrilling sequences, earning him accolades for his technical prowess.

First Time Director - Ai Xin (Mist)

Ai Xin's impressive directorial debut in "Mist" showcased his talent and promise as a filmmaker, earning his the title of First-Time Director.


92 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


Best Feature Go Beyond Dir: Yi Lin Short Film The Crowd Dir: Tony G Thriller Repent Dir: Michael Wolf Student Masks of the Gods Dir: Qihang Wang Comedy Film Having Fun with Doorgods Dir: Jianhua Yang


bottom of page