WINNERS - JUNE 2020

5th Edition of the European Cinematography AWARDS

Best Film of the Month

TITLE: Miranda’s Marionettes (United States)


DIRECTOR: Hortense Lingjaerde


DOP: Adriana Serrato


PRODUCER: Alex Rivers


About the Film:

Miranda struggles to find her place as a puppeteer until she meets a unique mentor who will push her to strive in her creative world.

 

Director Biography:

Hortense Lingjaerde grew up in Geneva, Switzerland and began pursuing her career in film at the age of 12. She directed her first film at age 17 and since then has directed a number of shorts films and written both short and feature screenplays. She aspires to work as a director, writer, and producer in family entertainment and musicals. Hortense graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in 2016 with a BA in Liberal Arts, before enrolling at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts where she completed an MFA in Film & Television Production. Hortense is interested in narratives about media for social change, women, artists, and coming of age stories.
She is an explorer at heart who is passionate about people and their stories which lead her to volunteer with NGOs around the world. Hortense believes that every dreamer has the tools to change the status quo. The open-mindedness and intuition of artists have become priceless commodities in a world that desperately needs new leaders of a different kind.

The Best Film of the Month has the Official Selection to Golden Eagles AWARDS and guaranteed screening in the cinema.The rest films for the live screening jury will select from all Winners during a year. We will present the full list of selected films until the Notification Date.

5 AWARDS


BEST SHORT FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY


BEST SHORT FILM


BEST ORIGINAL SCORE


BEST PRODUCER


BEST ACTRESS


 

All Winners of the Categories:

The best films. Congratulations to All Filmmakers !!!

Miranda’s Marionettes<p>(United States)

Miranda’s Marionettes

(United States)

5 AWARDS

Hortense Lingjaerde

Repossession<p>(Singapore)

Repossession

(Singapore)

2 AWARDS

Goh Ming Siu

If you love her, let her go<p>(France)

If you love her, let her go

(France)

2 AWARDS

Ilan Zerrouki

Jack and Anna<p>(United States)

Jack and Anna

(United States)

2 AWARDS

Ksenia Ivanova

Season of Aeon<p>(Singapore / United Kingdom)

Season of Aeon

(Singapore / United Kingdom)

2 AWARDS

Kassandra Lim

Out of the Black & Into the Blue: PHILIPPINES<p>(Philippines)

Out of the Black & Into the Blue: PHILIPPINES

(Philippines)

2 AWARDS

Alex del Olmo

The Real Thing<p>(Australia)

The Real Thing

(Australia)

BEST SCREENPLAY

Matthew Papadopoulos

Stromboli – as long as the heart beats<p>(Switzerland)

Stromboli – as long as the heart beats

(Switzerland)

BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY

Hanspeter Aliesch, Zürich

The Heartbeat Of Life<p>(United States / Italy)

The Heartbeat Of Life

(United States / Italy)

BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM

Giuseppe Malpasso

Canal<p>(United Kingdom)

Canal

(United Kingdom)

BEST EUROPE FILM

Piers Hunt & Michael Jinks

RUBY BABY<p>(United Kingdom)

RUBY BABY

(United Kingdom)

BEST EUROPE FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY

Owain Wilshaw

Black Lady<p>(Poland)

Black Lady

(Poland)

BEST DRAMA FILM

Łukasz Seweryński & Krzysztof Szubzda

Jakab<p>(Hungary)

Jakab

(Hungary)

BEST STUDENT FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY

Péter Lehr Juhász

The Hunt<p>(United Kingdom)

The Hunt

(United Kingdom)

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHER

Fabio Olgiati

Soul veil<p>(Syria)

Soul veil

(Syria)

BEST DIRECTOR

Alaa Al Sehnawi

Dance for it<p>(Russia)

Dance for it

(Russia)

BEST FIRST TIME DIRECTOR

Anna Vinokur

Welcome to Darkmoor<p>(United States)

Welcome to Darkmoor

(United States)

BEST ANIMATION FILM

Harrison Allen

TRANSMISSIONS<p>(Spain)

TRANSMISSIONS

(Spain)

BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM

Alberto Martín-Aragón

This is Egypt<p>(Egypt)

This is Egypt

(Egypt)

BEST NATURE/TRAVEL FILM

Simone Piccoli

Hakuumacaato<p>(Austrailia)

Hakuumacaato

(Austrailia)

BEST STUDENT CINEMATOGRAPHER

Danial Tan

Fucking Down<p>(Spain)

Fucking Down

(Spain)

BEST MUSIC VIDEO

Amanda Lago

Francisco El Hombre – Matilha<p>(Brazil)

Francisco El Hombre – Matilha

(Brazil)

BEST MUSIC VIDEO CINEMATOGRAPHY

Felipe Hermini

Talisman<p>(Lebanon)

Talisman

(Lebanon)

BEST EDITING

Stephanie Nassar

OFFICIAL SELECTION 2021

The Best Film of the Month has the Official Selection to Golden Eagles AWARDS and guaranteed screening in the cinema.The rest films for the live screening jury will select from all Winners during a year. We will present the full list of selected films until the Notification Date.

The Light Thief<p>(Spain)

The Light Thief

(Spain)

5 AWARDS

Eva Daoud

1971<p>(Sweden)

1971

(Sweden)

4 AWARDS

Magnus Häll

Ashmina<p>(United Kingdom / Nepal)

Ashmina

(United Kingdom / Nepal)

6 AWARDS

Dekel Berenson

Miranda’s Marionettes<p>(United States)

Miranda’s Marionettes

(United States)

5 AWARDS

Hortense Lingjaerde

The Reckoning<p>(United Kingdom)

The Reckoning

(United Kingdom)

7 AWARDS

Neil Marshall

Malakout<p>(Iran)

Malakout

(Iran)

6 AWARDS

Farnoosh Abedi

The Last Chord<p>(Poland)

The Last Chord

(Poland)

4 AWARDS

Franciszek Siwko

Thank you for pretty amazing films and congratulations to all winners. We are waiting for your next films.

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WINNERS – June 2020