Best Short

IRIS APRÈS LA NUIT by Gabriel Vanderpas

Following an accident, a young woman must face the responsibility of the daughter of her best friend, whom she agreed to be the godmother. 

SELECTED TO SCREEN!!!

Best Student Short

iRONY by Radheya Jegatheva

A film that explores the relationship between man and technology...told from the perspective of a phone. 

Best Feature Film

THE OTHER HALF by Lalith Rathnayak  

In a rural village in Sri Lanka, the family well becomes poisoned by agricultural chemicals. This subsequently leads to the untimely death of Ruwansiri's father who develops chronic kidney disease, leaving his mother works to support the family. At school, he struggles to understand his lessons in a rigid educational system that cannot go beyond rote learning. As an escape from the toxic environment around him, Ruwansiri finds solace in music. Can his passion help him overcome his circumstances?

Best Short Doc.

BRIGANTI by Fabrizio Urso, Bruno Urso 

The abandonment, often guilty, by the institutions and the degradation that welcomes us and delinquency and crime, have made Librino a satellite district populated but completely disconnected from the city center. A non-place with characteristics similar to the outskirts of many European cities, a black hole that threatens to risk its inhabitants.
The sports association Briganti Rugby Librino is one of these realities. "Social inclusion thanks to the oval ball". 

Best Actor

Julien Jacob as "Paul" in Trop C'est Trop directed by John M. Keller

Best Actress

Silvia Espigado as "Lola and Lola’s mother" in No News directed by Miguel Berzal de Miguel

Best Supporting Actor

Mohamed Al Rashi as "Waleed / Abu Abdallah" in Cover Up directed by Marie-Amélie Steul

Best Supporting Actress

Nancy Tate as "The gynecologist" in Under Mom's Skirt directed by Sarah Heitz de Chabaneix

Best Male Director

Sebastian Jansen for Little Achilles 

Best Female Director

Maryam Rahimi for MareNostrum and Time to Change 

Best Cinematography

LOVELY by Gabriela Tollman  

Best Editing

HORRORSCOPE by Pol Diggler

Best Music

UND JETZT by Michel Linzer

Best Screenplay

BELONGING by Gauthier-Charbel RAAD

Best Idea

BROCCOLI by Iván Sáinz-Pardo 

Best Horror Movie

PEEK-A-BOO by Victor Marin 

Best Thriller Movie

THE SCORPION'S TALE by Jhosimar Vasquez

Best Comedy

UNDER MOM'S SKIRT by Sarah Heitz de Chabaneix 

Best Romantic Movie

SOMEWHERE IN MOLDAVIA by Ligia Ciornei

Best Action Movie

BAGHEERA by Christopher R. Watson 

Best Fantasy Sci-Fi Movie

ATHENA by Christian Stahl 

Best Drama Movie

FREIGANG by Martin Winter

Best Italian Movie

TONINO by Gaetano Del Mauro

Best Animation Movie

ONE DAY IN JULY by Hermes Mangialardo

Best LGBT Movie

THE PICTURE by Adam Lipsius 

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