Official awards 2018


Official awards 2018

Official Jury: Marco Bellano, Simone Falso, Pierluigi Duravia

BEST ANIMATION AWARD

HIM END HER
by Nathalie Lamb – Germany

For the sophisticated balance among stop-motion animation, superb acting and cinema mastery. The way objects turn into characters reminds the wonder of the early cinema animation and it is a reference to the literal meaning of the word “to animate”: to give an “anima” [Italian for soul] to “inanimated” things.

BEST COMEDY AWARD

THE INVISIBLE HAND OF ADAM SMITH
di Slobodan Maksimović, Slovenia

For the way it creates a satirical allegory of the state of European economy, without weighing the nation-character connection down. On the contrary it holds it up using a very effective sequence shot, with enticing and fluid pacing and artistic framing.

BEST NARRATIVE SHORT FILM AWARD

MADRES DE LUNA
by Alicia Albares, Spagna

For the original way it explores a dramatic current topic making it lighter using a very cinematic storytelling style that blends into poetry spoken words and images. The popular language of fiction is used to capture audience attention towards the tragic reality this films is inspired by.

 


Slowness Festival Jury: Luca Lideo, Anna Donegà
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BEST “SLOW” FILM AWARD

TWEET TWEET
by Zhanna Bekmambetova

Slowness is not only about movement speed but also and especially about the capability of enjoying every single moment in life despite knowing that life has easy moments and difficult moments, both worth of being lived. This short film make us feel the emotion of catching and suggests in being attached to our own life thread we can help others.

 


Organizers’ Jury: Roberta Nicetto, Luca Lideo, Anna Donegà

BEST “BRIDGE” SHORT FILM AWARD

HIM END HER
by Nathalie Lamb, Germany

 


AUDIENCE AWARD

17 AÑOS JUNTOS
by Javier Fesser, Spagna

2 Comments
  • Matilde
    Posted at 17:48h, 13 maggio Rispondi

    Salve! Si possono trovare i cortometraggi vincitori da qualche parte?

    • Raffaella Traniello
      Posted at 18:01h, 13 maggio Rispondi

      Probabilmente sì, in altri festival di cortometraggi in giro per il mondo. Per i primi anni di vita difficilmente un corto è reperibile on-line.

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