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FIFFLONDON 2020 ANNUAL RESULTS

Updated: Jun 23

We are delighted to announce the Annual results. Monthly Winners entered into the Annual competition and the final winners in the respective categories are as follows:


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(Trophy Order)


BEST SHORT

Nominations


Roake directed by Joan Cobos

Seven Seas directed by Martin-Philippe Tremblay

Cut directed by Mehrdad Bakhshi

Ghosts in the Ink directed by Igor Lewicki

Deeper directed by Herman Perera

Gunshot in Los albaricoquès directed by Jeremie Schellaert

CHOCOLATE MAN directed by MEG

The Wallet directed by Saumitra Singh

Liar directed by Albert Kámán

Before Nightfall directed by Daniel Bushen

Holding On directed by Christopher YoungAdd block



WINNER

The Wallet by Sumitra Singh

Ayushman, is a young regular working man living in Mumbai. He prefers to complete his work and head home, hence doesn’t socialize much. One day he deviates from his pattern, this happens when he finds an unattended wallet on the morning walk. Being a responsible citizen, he attempts to find the owner. But after deliberate efforts when he doesn’t find one, he opens the wallet. To his surprise there is no ID in the wallet, but he finds a letter. This letter was written by Aasma to Samar in 1991, when both were young and madly in love. Ayushman tries to not to sneak into the contents of the letter, but eventually, he couldn’t control his urge and he reads the letter. The letter brings out the pain in Aasma’s heart and how riots are the real reason for their separation.

BEST FEATURE


Nominations



BOZKIR LOOK AT THE BIRDS directed by MEHMET TANRISEVER

Origin Bound directed by David Li

Yes directed by Rob Margolies

SCOTLAND directed by MANISH VATSSALYA

PALINDROME directed by Marcus Flemmings

Bad Girl directed by Guang Shuai

Mystic Shrine Maiden directed by Takeshi Sone

Irregular directed by Diogo Morgado

WINNER

BOZKIR LOOK AT THE BIRDS, by MEHMET TANRISEVER

Abdullah and Cripple Ziya are gun dealers in the Bozkir district of Konya. They put honesty, honor, and dignity before anything else. Even though Abdullah and Cripple Ziya have opposite personalities, their friendship and partnership go back many years. Abdullah has worked hard and finally bought the horse he has been dreaming of. Now, all he wants to do is to marry his beloved Emine and build a happy life.

BEST DOCUMENTARY

Nominations

N.O.S.U.G.A.R. directed by Eirini Polydorou

Sedae directed by Daniel Smukalla

Who’s Romeo directed by Giovanni Covini

A Century of Dreams directed by Ven Jemersic

The Donbass children directed by Lubomir Dankov

WINNER

Sedae by Daniel Smukalla

Korea’s quick growth resulted in much contrast between the old and young, the rural and the urban. This documentary visually shows the different aspects of Korean life, and is narrated over by Koreans of all ages and backgrounds that are a part of it. Their narration examines their thoughts of the Korea around them, of the different generations, and of all of the changes they have seen and experienced throughout their lives. All of this is blended together to show the diverse aspects of one country that has tremendously transformed in such a short time.

BEST NARRATIVE

Nominations

The Family, Your Choice directed by Andrea Vaccarelli

Addiction directed by Lewis William Robinson

Where Is My Home directed by Xu Quan

DISRUPTED directed by SUNYONG BAK

WINNER

Disrupted by Sunyong Bak

an unskilled laborer, the protagonist, accidentally cuts his own finger while trying to complete his task. to stop the bleeding, he wears a rubber glove and tries to cover it up, but eventually he couldn’t..

BEST EXPERIMENTAL

Nominations

Unravel directed by Stephanie Chu

From Dust directed by Ben Rountree

Here directed by Chandni Srivastava

Janus directed by MoÏse Kabongo

WINNER

Here by Chandni Srivastava

‘Here’ is about discovering our reality by connecting with nature that co exists in a world filled with reveries and illusion. Everything is ‘Here’, we only find what we seek.

BEST STUDENT

Nominations

Summer directed by zeyu wang

You Won’t Remember Me directed by Victor Blaho

Before Nightfall directed by Daniel Bushen

A Home for Curiosities directed by Ben Tobin

WINNER

Before Nightfall by Daniel Bushen

When a child is taken by the beast of Godwick, a young girl sets into the woods to find him only to endanger her and her families lives…

BEST ANIMATION

Nominations

Saving Green directed by Natasha Redmond

Paracusia directed by Carolina Sandvik

I’m scared directed by zhou wang

WINNER

Saving Green by Natasha Redmond

While running and swimming near her jungle island home, a young girl accidentally stumbles upon the fortress camp of an army of militarized robot gorillas and must utilize the help of a mysterious woman and her bird to get her back home.

BEST WEB/MEDIA

Nominations

The Blue Marble – Pilot Long directed by Ralph Toporoff

Manifesting Greatness. A True Story by Raz Degan directed by Raz Degan

WINNER

Manifesting Greatness A True Story by Raz Degan

In the 90s, a young aspiring actor struggling in NY was the last to discover he struck fame on the other side of the globe. Unbeknownst to him, he caught the hearts of many in a country he didn’t even know the language

BEST COMEDY

WINNER

Chronic directed by DONNADIEU INGRID

Sandrine receives a mysterious text message, a mysterious post card in her mailbox and finds the door of her apartment opened when she arrives….

BEST Sci Fi

WINNER

HOPE directed by Papa Xing,Aspirin Huang

After a hundred-year recovery plan, the earth has returned to its former vitality in all respects.

Man-made machines take care of the earth in an orderly manner. High-intelligence AI flies over the sky and scans every life passing through the forest streams.

At this time, human beings have been frozen for thousands of years in the hibernation equipment in space, and the AI equipment in the space station is being maintained in an orderly manner, providing human with the nutrient liquid needed in daily life.

Implant daily information into sleeping humans to keep the brain active. In this way, under the protection of AI, human beings wait quietly for the recovery of the earth.

BEST Drama

Portraitiste directed by Cyrus Neshvad

A grandfather kindles a relationship with his dying granddaughter through art.

BEST ACTOR

Nominations

Denis Larocque for “Seven Seas”

Guangyu Jiang for Origin Bound

Igor Lewicki for Ghosts in the Ink

Tim Realbuto for Yes

Adam Saini for SCOTLAND

Raz Degan for Manifesting Greatness. A True Story by Raz Degan

WINNER

Adam Saini for Scotland

Revenge is a very personal practice a man does when he failed to get justice in the right way. A law-abiding UK famed doctor Brij Diwan when comes to India to revisit his ancestral feeds. He unwillingly encountered with a bunch of corrupt powerful people who taught him a new constitution.. a book of unjust and injustice.. When his daughter got raped in retaliation and they even did not get the justice from the law. After that Doctor takes the law in his hands and starts punishing the culprit in his own way to bring back the dignity of a woman. His own young daughter.

BEST ACTRESS

Nominations

Francesca Di Cagno for The Family, Your Choice

Alyssa Zheng for Origin Bound

Alexandra Miller for Ghosts in the Ink

Siobhan Fallon Hogan for Yes

Edit Nagyistók for Lair (Hazug)

WINNER

Alyssa Zheng for Origin Bound

Howard Wang, megastar movie actor, has wealth, fame and the attention of fans worldwide. A sudden discovery of late stage lymphoma sends him crashing back to reality. Faced with impending death, Howard decides to fulfill his wish of seeing the outside world on his own terms while blogging his travels for his social media fans. As the countdown to the end continues, fate has more surprises for Howard, as he gains new perspectives of life and reconciles with people from his past.

BEST DIRECTOR

Nominations

“Seven Seas” by Martin-Philippe Tremblay

BOZKIR LOOK AT THE BIRDS by MEHMET TANRISEVER

Origin Bound by David Li

Liar by Albert Kámán

Manifesting Greatness. A True Story by Raz Degan by Raz Degan

Where Is My Home by Xu Quan

Holding On directed by Christopher Young

WINNER

Holding On directed by Christopher Young

The movie responds to the grand social theme with the smallest story,and expresses the most special emotions with the most common characters, thereby inspiring the emotional value of public resonance, that is, the perseverance of unfortunate life that is still worthy of life, self-doubt after being neglected and neglected. At the intersection of life, the strange warm encouragement between the dilemma, the kindness of others’ life and death in life and death, every noble soul in the vast world who walks alone and strives to live. While promoting the positive energy of the film, the director also hopes that the general public will not forget their original intentions.

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHER

Nominations

Hugo Gendron for “Seven Seas”

Daniel Smukalla for Sedae

DOP team Mike Qiu, Alan Liu, Chris Wang, Hui Wu, Jimmy Xir for Origin Bound

Aaron J Ryder for Yes

Julien C Steiner for CHOCOLATE MAN

Albert Kámán for Liar

WINNER

Chocolate Man directed by Jagon, Honeymoon Hotel

DOP Julien C Steiner

An ice cold War Photographer, who accompanies a small group of Mercenaries in a valley, meets a little deaf girl, who will change his life forever.


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