WINNERS & NOMINEES

JANUARY 2018

Blessed Days
Blessed Days

WINNER - Best Film Director: Valentina Casadei Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: October 17, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Student Country: France Synopsis: Adèle, an 85 years old lady, confronts very hardly the loss of her husband, after 63 years of shared life. An unexpected dream, will bring Adele to relive the last moments of their life together, at the museum. She will be able to overcome the pain.

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The Good Dark
The Good Dark

RUNNER-UP - Best Film Director: Lucas Chih-Peng Kao Runtime: 12 minutes 39 seconds Release date: March 27, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: A poet wonders through a desolated house and see lives of the previous tenants Jim and Flo reanimated. As they struggle to grasp the last breath of their relationship where everything is unspoken, the past, present and imagination co-exist as the poet recites his poem and brings the two world closer.

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A Bright Day
A Bright Day

RUNNER-UP - Best Film Director: Lorenzo d'Amico De Carvalho Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 2, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: Italy Synopsis: Ludovica and Alessandro are relatively young, quite pretty, and barely occupied. Today is their day, the one they have been waiting for for weeks: today they will make a baby. But just has they are getting at it, the world around them suddenly decides to get in their way.

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Apples
Apples

NOMINEE - Best Film Director: Milda Baginskaite Runtime: 18 minutes 15 seconds Release date: March 30, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Student Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: A coming-of-age short drama that follows a story of a mixed-race loner living with his grandfather in a small seaside village in the 1990s. After losing granny, his one protection and human connection, Zac is now ready to discover and develop new relationships. In order to do so, he gets a job at the local apple orchard.

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Jewels
Jewels

NOMINEE - Best Film Director: Ottilie Wilford Runtime: 15 minutes Release date: June 30, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: When a naive art student comes to stay with her successful older sister in London, their elation turns to unease as past and present lies are exposed and they are forced to reconcile the people they’ve become with the dreams they once shared.

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The Telephone
The Telephone

NOMINEE - Best Film Director: Stuart Wheeldon Runtime: 26 minutes 23 seconds Release date: June 23, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: When Richard arrives in a small town, following the receipt of a letter and glassfish sent to his newspaper office, he is unaware of what he is about to become embroiled in. Intrigued by the story of a mysterious disappearance of a young woman Jane. Richard takes a room in the pub, the last place Jane was known to be alive.

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Best Documentary

Doctor
Doctor

WINNER - Best Documentary Director: Yavuz Ücer Runtime: 10 minutes Release date: July 11, 2017 Genre: Documentary, Student Country: Turkey Synopsis: Turkoman Beşir and his family forced to flee to Türkiye from Syria because of their village was bombed in the civil war of Syria. Beşir’s dream because the civil war was being a doctor and helping people, but after , he Is just smiling and not answering to the question “What’s your dream?”.

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Salty Memory
Salty Memory

NOMINEE - Best Documentary Director: Orwa Alahmad Runtime: 2 minutes 59 seconds Release date: December 4, 2017 Genre: Documentary, Experimental Country: Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden Synopsis: A documentary film tells the experiences of Syrian refugees who left their country and now live in Europe.

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Dinner with Ms.Chris
Dinner with Ms.Chris

NOMINEE - Best Documentary Director: Andrea Claire Morningstar Runtime: 3 minutes 52 seconds Release date: January 1, 2017 Genre: Documentary Country: United States Synopsis: East side Detroit resident Christina Lumpkin makes dinner for her grandchildren and reflects upon the things in her life for which she is grateful.

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All That We Carry
All That We Carry

NOMINEE - Best Documentary Director: Erin S Kokdil Runtime: 9 minutes 6 seconds Release date: June 15, 2017 Genre: Documentary Country: United States Synopsis: A Guatemalan woman tries to make a new home in Oakland. But can a new beginning erase a painful past?

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Best Experimental

Lasting Beast
Lasting Beast

WINNER - Best Experimental Director: Nagi Gianni & Raphaëlle Mueller Runtime: 17 minutes 45 seconds Release date: June 30, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Experimental Country: Switzerland Synopsis: Lasting Beast explores the relation between two characters in a human size terrarium. Their relationship unfolds through parades and actions where human affects hybridize animal behaviors.

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The Loneliest
The Loneliest

NOMINEE - Best Experimental Director: Dan Azoulay Runtime: 7 minutes 37 seconds Release date: June 29, 2017 Genre: Experimental, Animation, Student Country: Israel Synopsis: "The Loneliest" is an animated series dealing with loneliness. Based on "An Existential Perspective On Loneliness" by Michele A. Carter, each episode deals with a certain aspect of the concept and illustrates it by telling the story of the loneliest something.

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Swoosh
Swoosh

NOMINEE - Best Experimental Director: Leevi Ikonen & Heikki Ikonen Runtime: 5 minutes 58 seconds Release date: January 2, 2018 Genre: Experimental, Silent Film Country: Finland Synopsis: Swoosh is a modern silent film about ageing. It's an experimental mixture of modern editing styles, animation, progressive music and Kaurismäki-esque humor in the form of a 6 minute silent film. The film is written, produced and directed by a father and son duo, and it took 35 years to make in total.

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Nirvana of Sodom°
Nirvana of Sodom°

NOMINEE - Best Experimental Director: Xie Tian(B.R.Sky) Runtime: 19 minutes 13 seconds Release date: February 1, 2016 Genre: Fiction, Experimental, Student Country: China Synopsis: ‘NIRVANA OF SODOM°’ is an experimental film, which explores the transform of the inner and outer world. It emphasizes the imagery and metaphor by deconstruction, reconstruction, explanation of classics as well as spatiotemporal transformation and modeling language transformation.

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In A Free Sound Field
In A Free Sound Field

NOMINEE - Best Experimental Director: Monteith Mccollum Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: April 1, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Experimental Country: United States Synopsis: In a home filled with rare art objects from around the world, a disjunctured set of tales unravel about the travels of collector Don Boros. Dislocating fact from fiction and time from place, the tales are intermixed with the notable text “Sensations of Tone” by Helmholtz, the 19th century physicist.

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Best Student Film

The Messenger
The Messenger

WINNER - Best Student Film Director: Hansel Rodrigues Runtime: 8 minutes 12 seconds Release date: October 19, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Student Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: With his current dole money frozen and an impending threat of having all his benefits taken from him, Frank is desperate for a get-rich-quick scheme. Opportunity comes in the most unusual of places when an awkward schoolboy enlists the help of Frank to help him break up with his girlfriend.

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The Immortalized Moment
The Immortalized Moment

RUNNER-UP - Best Student Film Director: Shu Zhang Runtime: 17 minutes 10 seconds Release date: October 31, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Student Country: France Synopsis: Daniel and Maddy used to work as war photographers. They fell in love because of the same ambitions. But Maddy quitted her career while Daniel still continues. Recently Maddy finds Daniel behaves strangely after he came back from Iraq. He avoids their conversations deliberately and often goes out without telling Maddy.

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Headphones
Headphones

NOMINEE - Best Student Film Director: Thomas Line Runtime: 7 minutes 33 seconds Release date: August 31, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Student Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: Sarah, an introverted 17 year old living in Northampton, shuts out the world with music via her ever present headphones. When these break she is forced to interact with her surroundings. A coming-of-age drama in which elusive detachment must make way for blossoming new relationships.

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The Loneliest
The Loneliest

NOMINEE - Best Student Film Director: Dan Azoulay Runtime: 7 minutes 37 seconds Release date: June 29, 2017 Genre: Experimental, Animation, Student Country: Israel Synopsis: "The Loneliest" is an animated series dealing with loneliness. Based on "An Existential Perspective On Loneliness" by Michele A. Carter, each episode deals with a certain aspect of the concept and illustrates it by telling the story of the loneliest something.

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Best Animation

The Loneliest
The Loneliest

WINNER - Best Animation Director: Dan Azoulay Runtime: 7 minutes 37 seconds Release date: June 29, 2017 Genre: Experimental, Animation, Student Country: Israel Synopsis: "The Loneliest" is an animated series dealing with loneliness. Based on "An Existential Perspective On Loneliness" by Michele A. Carter, each episode deals with a certain aspect of the concept and illustrates it by telling the story of the loneliest something.

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The Cities Are Moving
The Cities Are Moving

NOMINEE - Best Animation Director: Benjamin Esterlis Runtime: 3 minutes 32 seconds Release date: March 1, 2016 Genre: Fiction, Animation, Experimental, Music Video Country: Israel Synopsis: "In the silence of the night, the cities are moving" A short surreal music video animation.

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Morfrusis
Morfrusis

NOMINEE - Best Animation Director: Santiago Castaño Runtime: 10 minutes 1 second Release date: November 2, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Animation Country: Colombia Synopsis: MORFRUSIS is a delirious fable about Rena, an enslaved ordinary frog who becomes a liberator. Where once existed a lush and paradisiac forest, now agonizes a desolate landscape of enslaved frogs forced by other stronger, armed frogs to operate a huge industrial, tree swallowing mill.

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Best Music video

Plus Minus
Plus Minus

WINNER - Best Music Video Director: Julian Ticona Cuba Runtime: 1 minute 27 seconds Release date: December 15, 2017 Genre: Experimental, Music Video, Web / New Media Country: Germany, Spain Synopsis: In mathematics, plus minus indicates a choice of exactly two possible values, one of which is the negation of the other. This is my interpretation of a couple trying to survive the insurmountable differences between them.

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Long Time
Long Time

NOMINEE - Best Music Video Director: Cassandre Émanuel Runtime: 3 minutes 52 seconds Release date: February 28, 2018 Genre: Music Video Country: Canada Synopsis: A young boy dreams of doing gymnastics but does not dare to take action. He therefore chooses to camouflage himself to spy on the gymnasts more closely.

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The Cities Are Moving
The Cities Are Moving

NOMINEE - Best Music Video Director: Benjamin Esterlis Runtime: 3 minutes 32 seconds Release date: March 1, 2016 Genre: Fiction, Animation, Experimental, Music Video Country: Israel Synopsis: "In the silence of the night, the cities are moving" A short surreal music video animation.

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Engine of Progress
Engine of Progress

NOMINEE - Best Music Video Director: Sasha Svirsky Runtime: 3 minutes 25 seconds Release date: September 28, 2017 Genre: Music Video, Animation Country: Russian Federation Synopsis: A trippy animated video for Russian rap-star Oxxxymiron featuring Ka-tet. The song about perfectionism in art and life. Ones are controlling the roll of the Engine of Progress, others are just its passengers.

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Best Web Short

Champion - The Franz Stampfl Story
Champion - The Franz Stampfl Story

WINNER - Best Web Short Director: Sally McLean Runtime: 2 minutes 27 seconds Release date: August 31, 2017 Genre: Documentary Country: Australia, Austria, Ireland, United Kingdom Synopsis: Champion is a new feature-length documentary about the life of world-renowned Athletics Coach and Dunera Boy, Franz Stampfl - who produced over 450 Olympians, Commonwealth Games athletes,

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There Could Be Nothing After This
There Could Be Nothing After This

NOMINEE - Best Web Short Director: Andrew Huggins Runtime: 3 minutes 45 seconds Release date: August 31, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United States Synopsis: A mother seeks closure.

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Dinner with Ms.Chris
Dinner with Ms.Chris

NOMINEE - Best Web Short Director: Andrea Claire Morningstar Runtime: 3 minutes 52 seconds Release date: January 1, 2017 Genre: Documentary Country: United States Synopsis: East side Detroit resident Christina Lumpkin makes dinner for her grandchildren and reflects upon the things in her life for which she is grateful.

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Motorcity Horseman
Motorcity Horseman

NOMINEE - Best Web Short Director: Andrea Claire Morningstar Runtime: 4 minutes 27 seconds Release date: February 1, 2017 Genre: Documentary Country: United States Synopsis: Amidst the gentrification and ruins of downtown Detroit a self styled urban cowboy named Durrel Montgomery rides his horse down the middle of Michigan Avenue. 'They say what's good for the outside of a horse is good for the inside of man' Durrel tells us.

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Best Director

The Good Dark
The Good Dark

WINNER - Best Director Director: Lucas Chih-Peng Kao Runtime: 12 minutes 39 seconds Release date: March 27, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: A poet wonders through a desolated house and see lives of the previous tenants Jim and Flo reanimated. As they struggle to grasp the last breath of their relationship where everything is unspoken, the past, present and imagination co-exist as the poet recites his poem and brings the two world closer.

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Blessed Days
Blessed Days

RUNNER-UP - Best Director Director: Valentina Casadei Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: October 17, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Student Country: France Synopsis: Adèle, an 85 years old lady, confronts very hardly the loss of her husband, after 63 years of shared life. An unexpected dream, will bring Adele to relive the last moments of their life together, at the museum. She will be able to overcome the pain.

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A Bright Day
A Bright Day

RUNNER-UP - Best Director Director: Lorenzo d'Amico De Carvalho Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 2, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: Italy Synopsis: Ludovica and Alessandro are relatively young, quite pretty, and barely occupied. Today is their day, the one they have been waiting for for weeks: today they will make a baby. But just has they are getting at it, the world around them suddenly decides to get in their way.

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Orizaba's Peak
Orizaba's Peak

NOMINEE - Best Director Director: Jaime Fidalgo Runtime: 11 minutes 20 seconds Release date: May 2, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: Mexico Synopsis: In a cozy bistro, an increasingly heated discussion between two good buddies reveals their latent sexual prejudices, as one admits to feeling finally set free by a book he has just read, and the other mistakenly assumes that he is coming out of the closet!

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The Telephone
The Telephone

NOMINEE - Best Director Director: Stuart Wheeldon Runtime: 26 minutes 23 seconds Release date: June 23, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: When Richard arrives in a small town, following the receipt of a letter and glassfish sent to his newspaper office, he is unaware of what he is about to become embroiled in. Intrigued by the story of a mysterious disappearance of a young woman Jane. Richard takes a room in the pub, the last place Jane was known to be alive.

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Best Actor

The Telephone
The Telephone

WINNER - Best Actor Director: Stuart Wheeldon Runtime: 26 minutes 23 seconds Release date: June 23, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: When Richard arrives in a small town, following the receipt of a letter and glassfish sent to his newspaper office, he is unaware of what he is about to become embroiled in. Intrigued by the story of a mysterious disappearance of a young woman Jane. Richard takes a room in the pub, the last place Jane was known to be alive.

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Time Left
Time Left

NOMINEE - Best Actor Director: Roxana Bazgoneh Runtime: 13 minutes 18 seconds Release date: November 1, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United States, France Synopsis: In the near future, the new VEDA Watch can calculate each person’s life expectancy. We are able to observe and witness the life of a man once he has bought this device until his progressive fall into obsession as he desperately tries to control his life up.

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A Bright Day
A Bright Day

NOMINEE - Best Actor Director: Lorenzo d'Amico De Carvalho Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 2, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: Italy Synopsis: Ludovica and Alessandro are relatively young, quite pretty, and barely occupied. Today is their day, the one they have been waiting for for weeks: today they will make a baby. But just has they are getting at it, the world around them suddenly decides to get in their way.

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Single Player
Single Player

NOMINEE - Best Actor Director: Robert Odegnal Runtime: 12 minutes 43 seconds Release date: August 31, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: Hungary Synopsis: According to a research from 2013, 9% of the young who play video games become addicts. The most popular games are the realistic ones, where the main features are creativity and aggression and where the young players get used to the sight of killing.

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Apples
Apples

NOMINEE - Best Actor Director: Milda Baginskaite Runtime: 18 minutes 15 seconds Release date: March 30, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Student Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: A coming-of-age short drama that follows a story of a mixed-race loner living with his grandfather in a small seaside village in the 1990s. After losing granny, his one protection and human connection, Zac is now ready to discover and develop new relationships. In order to do so, he gets a job at the local apple orchard.

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Best Actress

Blessed Days
Blessed Days

WINNER - Best Actress Director: Valentina Casadei Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: October 17, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Student Country: France Synopsis: Adèle, an 85 years old lady, confronts very hardly the loss of her husband, after 63 years of shared life. An unexpected dream, will bring Adele to relive the last moments of their life together, at the museum. She will be able to overcome the pain.

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Jewels
Jewels

NOMINEE - Best Actress Director: Ottilie Wilford Runtime: 15 minutes Release date: June 30, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: When a naive art student comes to stay with her successful older sister in London, their elation turns to unease as past and present lies are exposed and they are forced to reconcile the people they’ve become with the dreams they once shared.

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Detour
Detour

NOMINEE - Best Actress Director: Sumi Mathai Runtime: 10 minutes 9 seconds Release date: September 1, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: India Synopsis: Two strangers who meet in an Uber Pool, make a wonderful connection, but eventually go their separate ways, cherishing what they had, instead of pursuing more.

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The Other Capulet
The Other Capulet

NOMINEE - Best Actress Director: Afonso Henrique Runtime: 17 minutes 30 seconds Release date: November 30, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Thriller, Romance Country: United States Synopsis: Two strangers who meet in an Uber Pool, make a wonderful connection, but eventually go their separate ways, cherishing what they had, instead of pursuing more.

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Penny
Penny

NOMINEE - Best Actress Director: Louisa Harris Runtime: 14 minutes 57 seconds Release date: August 15, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Dark Comedy Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: Penny finds herself getting closer to office colleague Gregg, but her dark secret might get in the way of romance.

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Best Cinematography

Blessed Days
Blessed Days

WINNER - Best Cinematography Director: Valentina Casadei Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: October 17, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Student Country: France Synopsis: Adèle, an 85 years old lady, confronts very hardly the loss of her husband, after 63 years of shared life. An unexpected dream, will bring Adele to relive the last moments of their life together, at the museum. She will be able to overcome the pain.

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The Good Dark
The Good Dark

NOMINEE - Best Cinematography Director: Lucas Chih-Peng Kao Runtime: 12 minutes 39 seconds Release date: March 27, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: A poet wonders through a desolated house and see lives of the previous tenants Jim and Flo reanimated. As they struggle to grasp the last breath of their relationship where everything is unspoken, the past, present and imagination co-exist as the poet recites his poem and brings the two world closer.

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Plus Minus
Plus Minus

NOMINEE - Best Cinematography Director: Julian Ticona Cuba Runtime: 1 minute 27 seconds Release date: December 15, 2017 Genre: Experimental, Music Video, Web / New Media Country: Germany, Spain Synopsis: In mathematics, plus minus indicates a choice of exactly two possible values, one of which is the negation of the other. This is my interpretation of a couple trying to survive the insurmountable differences between them.

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Apples
Apples

NOMINEE - Best Cinematography Director: Milda Baginskaite Runtime: 18 minutes 15 seconds Release date: March 30, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Student Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: A coming-of-age short drama that follows a story of a mixed-race loner living with his grandfather in a small seaside village in the 1990s. After losing granny, his one protection and human connection, Zac is now ready to discover and develop new relationships.

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A Bright Day
A Bright Day

NOMINEE - Best Cinematography Director: Lorenzo d'Amico De Carvalho Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 2, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: Italy Synopsis: Ludovica and Alessandro are relatively young, quite pretty, and barely occupied. Today is their day, the one they have been waiting for for weeks: today they will make a baby. But just has they are getting at it, the world around them suddenly decides to get in their way.

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Best Editor

Blessed Days
Blessed Days

WINNER - Best Editor Director: Valentina Casadei Runtime: 13 minutes Release date: October 17, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Student Country: France Synopsis: Adèle, an 85 years old lady, confronts very hardly the loss of her husband, after 63 years of shared life. An unexpected dream, will bring Adele to relive the last moments of their life together, at the museum. She will be able to overcome the pain.

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The Good Dark
The Good Dark

NOMINEE - Best Editor Director: Lucas Chih-Peng Kao Runtime: 12 minutes 39 seconds Release date: March 27, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: A poet wonders through a desolated house and see lives of the previous tenants Jim and Flo reanimated. As they struggle to grasp the last breath of their relationship where everything is unspoken, the past, present and imagination co-exist as the poet recites his poem and brings the two world closer.

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Lasting Beast
Lasting Beast

NOMINEE - Best Editor Director: Nagi Gianni & Raphaëlle Mueller Runtime: 17 minutes 45 seconds Release date: June 30, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Experimental Country: Switzerland Synopsis: Lasting Beast explores the relation between two characters in a human size terrarium. Their relationship unfolds through parades and actions where human affects hybridize animal behaviors.

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A Bright Day
A Bright Day

NOMINEE - Best Editor Director: Lorenzo d'Amico De Carvalho Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 2, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: Italy Synopsis: Ludovica and Alessandro are relatively young, quite pretty, and barely occupied. Today is their day, the one they have been waiting for for weeks: today they will make a baby. But just has they are getting at it, the world around them suddenly decides to get in their way.

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The Returning
The Returning

NOMINEE - Best Editor Director: Paul Russell Runtime: 11 minutes 23 seconds Release date: July 8, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Romance, Mystery Country: Malaysia Synopsis: A bittersweet love story unfolds when a widower's wife returns from the grave.

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The Telephone
The Telephone

NOMINEE - Best Editor Director: Stuart Wheeldon Runtime: 26 minutes 23 seconds Release date: June 23, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: When Richard arrives in a small town, following the receipt of a letter and glassfish sent to his newspaper office, he is unaware of what he is about to become embroiled in. Intrigued by the story of a mysterious disappearance of a young woman Jane. Richard takes a room in the pub, the last place Jane was known to be alive.

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Best Screenplay

A Bright Day
A Bright Day

WINNER - Best Screenplay Director: Lorenzo d'Amico De Carvalho Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 2, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: Italy Synopsis: Ludovica and Alessandro are relatively young, quite pretty, and barely occupied. Today is their day, the one they have been waiting for for weeks: today they will make a baby. But just has they are getting at it, the world around them suddenly decides to get in their way.

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Time Left
Time Left

NOMINEE - Best Screenplay Director: Roxana Bazgoneh Runtime: 13 minutes 18 seconds Release date: November 1, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: United States, France Synopsis: In the near future, the new VEDA Watch can calculate each person’s life expectancy. We are able to observe and witness the life of a man once he has bought this device until his progressive fall into obsession as he desperately tries to control his life up.

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Single Player
Single Player

NOMINEE - Best Screenplay Director: Robert Odegnal Runtime: 12 minutes 43 seconds Release date: August 31, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: Hungary Synopsis: According to a research from 2013, 9% of the young who play video games become addicts. The most popular games are the realistic ones, where the main features are creativity and aggression and where the young players get used to the sight of killing.

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Penny
Penny

NOMINEE - Best Screenplay Director: Louisa Harris Runtime: 14 minutes 57 seconds Release date: August 15, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Dark Comedy Country: United Kingdom Synopsis: Penny finds herself getting closer to office colleague Gregg, but her dark secret might get in the way of romance.

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The Talk
The Talk

NOMINEE - Best Screenplay Director: Tyler Boyco Runtime: 12 minutes 5 seconds Release date: March 11, 2017 Genre: Fiction Country: Canada Synopsis: Neil and Carol, a husband and wife, try to come up with the perfect way to have the most uncomfortable conversation known to mankind; the sex talk with their teenage daughter.

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Best Film