FIFFLONDON March Edition 2019 Winners

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Best Short Film

Seven Seas by Martin-Philippe Tremblay

Seeking closure, a grieving widower sets out on a journey to the seven seas; an adventure he had originally planned with his late wife.

Best Feature Film

LOVE POSSIBLY by Michael Boccalini, Che Grant

A rom-com obsessed virgin finally finds a fiancee on a Russian bride site, but he soon realizes Hollywood rom-com rules don’t apply when you’re trying to make a mail-order bride love you.

Best Experimental Short Film

HEGEL’S ANGEL by Simone Rapisarda Casanova

 The film follows an inquisitive boy named Widley whose life, suspended between mundane activities and foreign myths, unfolds away from the turmoil of an upcoming presidential election. As the boy wanders through an evanescent countryside, running errands for his father and paying furtive visits to a local film editor, his searching eyes become a mirror for the exotic new spell sweeping his people from one empire to another.

Best Documentary Short Film

End of an Era: Last of the V8S by Tom Long

What defines the relationship between man and machine? Whether a petrolhead or not, most would agree that a car becomes a chapter in their lives, and in doing so, takes on a personality. And for many people, the engine is the voice and soul of a car.

Best Animation Short Film

Trap by Kahra Scott-James

A young girl fights for a sense of belonging.

Best Student Film

Light & Dark by Aswin Alex

Zach, a happy-go-lucky photographer and Kaira, an introverted dancer happen to cross the same path in an instance which eventually alters the path of their lives.

Best Narrative Film

Unexpected Confrontation by Luis Lobato Macedo

Ridden by thoughts of death and failing his life, a young man tries out what happens if he assumes that everything was possible … and goes far beyond anything he ever imagined.

Best Web/Media Film

Odd Man Out: The Series by Jake Hunter

Valin Horn is the galaxy’s only maker of Artisanal Lightsabers. This is his story.

Best Director

Aaron Huggett ‘Black Gold’

Best Actor

Steve Hodgetts ‘Love Possibly’

Best Actress

Shila Iqbal ‘Aiysha’

Best Cinematography

Allen Saulnier ‘Black Gold’

Official Selection

All In by Oliver James Spalding

In my Head by Dean Gild

Too Young-Two Mornings by Takuya Okamoto

Drive by Shadow LaValley

Black Gold-Aaron Huggett

To Let by Re Chezhian

Sandow by Alexander Cooper

Hello Goodbye by Xiang Shi

Face off by Ronnel Ricardo Parham

Harmless by Vishesh Mankal

Aiysha by David CrawleyS

Strangers by Katie Cetta

Grounding by R M Moses

Huellas Digitales 
PRINTS  EUGENIA GONZALIA  AGOSTINA  LANDONI 

Guardami Ora. 
LOOK AT ME NOW  by ALESSANDRO MANIERI 

Zenaida 
ZENAIDA  by ENRIQUE ROTTENBERG 

The Hum 
THE HUM  by LEONARDO  LENZINI 

달팽이 
NOTHING CHANGED  by 보성 (BO SEONG) 전 (JEON) 

[Still] Love You 
[STILL] LOVE YOU by  FERNANDO BONELLI 

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