WINNERS - OCTOBER 2020

5th Edition of the European Cinematography AWARDS

Best Film of the Month

TITLE: Rebel (Canada)


DIRECTOR: Pier-Philippe Chevigny


PRODUCER: Geneviève Gosselin-G.


DOP: Gabriel Brault-Tardif


About the Film:

Alex, a six-year-old boy from Quebec, is much too young to understand why thousands of refugees have been entering Canada illegally. Yet when his father takes him along to a vigilante patrol in the woods to hunt out trespassing migrants, something inside him tells him to rebel.

Director Biography – Pier-Philippe Chevigny:

Pier-Philippe Chevigny is a young filmmaker from Montreal, Quebec. For the past few years, his short films have received international attention, with TALA, VETERANE, and REBEL being selected in numerous world-class festivals including TIFF, Busan, Regard, Namur, Winterthur, and Mecal Pro Barcelona. In 2020, his first feature-length film project RICHELIEU was selected at the prestigious Berlinale Co-Production Market. The project has since been greenlit by the SODEC film fund in Quebec and is aiming to begin production in 2021. In the meantime, Pier-Philippe has begun developing a second feature: Arsenal, shortlisted to the SFFILM Rainin Grant.

 

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.

3 AWARDS


BEST SHORT FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY


BEST SHORT FILM


BEST YOUNG ACTOR


 

All Winners of the Categories:

The best films. Congratulations to All Filmmakers !!!

Rebel<p>(Canada)

Rebel

(Canada)

3 AWARDS

Pier-Philippe Chevigny

Silent Enemy<p>(Ecuador)

Silent Enemy

(Ecuador)

3 AWARDS

Gustavo Arguello

A thousand girls like me<p>(Afghanistan)

A thousand girls like me

(Afghanistan)

2 AWARDS

Sahra Mani

ETANA<p>(United States)

ETANA

(United States)

2 AWARDS

Marian de Pontes

My Mum’s Letters<p>(Portugal)

My Mum’s Letters

(Portugal)

2 AWARDS

Antonio Sequeira

Daytime Nightmare<p>(United Kingdom)

Daytime Nightmare

(United Kingdom)

2 AWARDS

Katrina Grey

Tadpoles: The Big Little Migration<p>(Canada)

Tadpoles: The Big Little Migration

(Canada)

2 AWARDS

Maxwel Hohn

Girl Next<p>(United States)

Girl Next

(United States)

BEST FEATURE FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY

Pau Mirabet

The Cove<p>(United States)

The Cove

(United States)

BEST FEATURE FILM

Robert Enriquez

Grandfather and Grandson<p>(Macedonia)

Grandfather and Grandson

(Macedonia)

BEST EUROPE FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY

Pãtru Pãunescu

Till The Final Caprice<p>(Bulgaria)

Till The Final Caprice

(Bulgaria)

BEST EUROPE FILM

Ivan Yurukov

The Strange Affair of the Elevator<p>(United States)

The Strange Affair of the Elevator

(United States)

BEST SCREENPLAY

Katy Regnery

Emily, ilaw ng tahanan<p>(Qatar)

Emily, ilaw ng tahanan

(Qatar)

BEST DIRECTOR

Anna Prokou

Bathtub Chronicles<p>(United States)

Bathtub Chronicles

(United States)

BEST PRODUCER

Robert Sciglimpaglia & Mario Garciduenas

The Wanderlust of Apu<p>(India)

The Wanderlust of Apu

(India)

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHER

Joy Supratim

Summer Attic<p>(China)

Summer Attic

(China)

BEST STUDENT CINEMATOGRAPHER

Chris Song

Hunger<p>(Spain)

Hunger

(Spain)

BEST DRAMA FILM

Manu Herrera

Eco Escort<p>(Czech Republic)

Eco Escort

(Czech Republic)

BEST ANIMATION FILM

Marcela Drobna & Tereza Kajabová

a cloud on fire<p>Germany

a cloud on fire

Germany

BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM

Julie Gaston

New Zealand. Slides of Life<p>(Ukraine / New Zealand)

New Zealand. Slides of Life

(Ukraine / New Zealand)

BEST AERIAL CINEMATOGRAPHY

Andrii Andreiev & Olga Andreieva

Rom An<p>(Turkey)

Rom An

(Turkey)

BEST FIRST TIME DIRECTOR

Oguzhan Yildiz

The Confession Of Beuningen<p>(Netherlands)

The Confession Of Beuningen

(Netherlands)

BEST ACTOR

Jack Wouterse

Age is just a number<p>(Denmark)

Age is just a number

(Denmark)

BEST EDITING

Martin Jensen

Bang Bang<p>(Poland)

Bang Bang

(Poland)

BEST MUSIC VIDEO CINEMATOGRAPHY

Marta Koszowy

Regrets<p>(United Kingdom)

Regrets

(United Kingdom)

BEST MUSIC VIDEO

J Jones

Superhero<p>(United States)

Superhero

(United States)

BEST SONG

Sofija Knezevic

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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