FIFFLONDON 2020 ANNUAL RESULTS

Updated: Jun 23, 2020

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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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