WINNERS - MAY 2020

5th Edition of the European Cinematography AWARDS

Best Film of the Month

TITLE: Ashmina (United Kingdom / Nepal)


DIRECTOR: Dekel Berenson


DOP: Vasco Viana


PRODUCERS: Merlin Merton, Dominic Davey & Dekel Berenson


About the Film:

Nestled between a beautiful lake and the Himalayas, Ashmina, 13, lives with her family at the outskirts of Pokhara Nepal, paragliding capital of the world. The remote and traditional town is also a busy tourist destination where the locals are profoundly affected by the swarms of tourists who visit it daily. Forced to skip school, Ashmina helps her family make ends meet by working at the landing field, packing the parachutes of foreign pilots in return of small change.


Aspen Shortsfest, BFI London Film Festival + 170 selections & dozens of awards.

Director Biography – Dekel Berenson:

Dekel Berenson is a writer, director, activist and graphic designer. Drawing inspiration from traveling to more than sixty countries, Dekel explores real-world social and humanitarian issues. His second short film, “Ashmina” won several prizes, including Best Short Film award at the 59th Krakow Film Festival and Best Live Action Short at the 36th Jerusalem Film Festival, qualifying the film for Academy Awards consideration. His third film, “Anna”, premiered as Official Selection in Competition at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival and won the Best British Short Film award at the 22nd BIFA awards.

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.

6 AWARDS


BEST SHORT FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY


BEST SHORT FILM


BEST DIRECTOR


BEST ART DIRECTOR


BEST PRODUCER


BEST ACTRESS


 

All Winners of the Categories:

The best films. Congratulations to All Filmmakers !!!

Ashmina<p>(United Kingdom / Nepal)

Ashmina

(United Kingdom / Nepal)

6 AWARDS

Dekel Berenson

The Dark Dance<p>(Italy)

The Dark Dance

(Italy)

4 AWARDS

Mauro John Capece

FENCED<p>(United States)

FENCED

(United States)

3 AWARDS

Rodrigo Zan

Delivery<p>(United States)

Delivery

(United States)

2 AWARDS

Kenna Hornibrook & Crissy Peters

The Perseus Survivor <p>(Malta)

The Perseus Survivor

(Malta)

2 AWARDS

Evgeny Tomashov

E SE INVECE ESISTESSE?<p>(Italy)

E SE INVECE ESISTESSE?

(Italy)

BEST EUROPE FILM

NOEMI CUSATO

The ice cubes<p>(Belgium)

The ice cubes

(Belgium)

BEST EUROPE FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY

Sara Dufossé

Lullaby<p>(Portugal)

Lullaby

(Portugal)

BEST DRAMA FILM

Joao Pedro Frazão

Appetite<p>(United Kingdom)

Appetite

(United Kingdom)

BEST COMEDY FILM

Xuemeng Li & Katrin Larissa Kasper

Reflections & Projections<p>(United States)

Reflections & Projections

(United States)

BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM

Benjamin Filinson

(Dys)Functional<p>(Poland)

(Dys)Functional

(Poland)

BEST SCREENPLAY

Marek Nowak

Stick To Manual<p>(United States)

Stick To Manual

(United States)

BEST ANIMATION FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY

Christian Antonini & Tanice Arnold

Unseen Australia<p>(Australia)

Unseen Australia

(Australia)

BEST AERIAL CINEMATOGRAPHY

Chris Tangey

Out of the Back & Into the Blue. Chapter #13: BALI.<p>(Spain / Indonesia)

Out of the Back & Into the Blue. Chapter #13: BALI.

(Spain / Indonesia)

BEST UNDERWATER CINEMATOGRAPHY

Alex del Olmo

2 in a Million<p>(United States)

2 in a Million

(United States)

BEST MUSIC VIDEO CINEMATOGRAPHY

J. A. Moreno

Inverted Gloaming<p>(Chile)

Inverted Gloaming

(Chile)

BEST MUSIC VIDEO

MATIAS ALVARADO

Being Grateful<p>(Chile)

Being Grateful

(Chile)

BEST NATURE/TRAVEL FILM

Morten Andersen

Keratin<p>(United Kingdom)

Keratin

(United Kingdom)

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHER

Andrew Butler

BORDER<p>(United States)

BORDER

(United States)

BEST STUDENT CINEMATOGRAPHER

Ino Yang Popper

Juicy Girl<p>(Korea)

Juicy Girl

(Korea)

BEST FIRST TIME DIRECTOR

MJ KIM

Curiouser and Curiouser <p>(United Kingdom)

Curiouser and Curiouser

(United Kingdom)

BEST STUDENT DIRECTOR

Weronika Maria Szalas

Acid Fantasy<p>(United States)

Acid Fantasy

(United States)

BEST EDITING

Lorenzo Lanzillotti

Mabel<p>(United States)

Mabel

(United States)

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

Alex Baranowski

Patrick<p>(United States)

Patrick

(United States)

BEST SONG

Danny Bemrose

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

Rebel<p>(Canada)

Rebel

(Canada)

3 AWARDS

Pier-Philippe Chevigny

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

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WINNERS – May 2020