WINNERS - September 2018

3rd Edition of the European Cinematography AWARDS

Best Film of the Month

TITLE: Thicker than Water


DIRECTOR: Rachel Bass


About the film:

A film set in 19th century Illinois, about a crippled white boy who lives in a town haunted by racism.

Youchen Miao (Director of Photography)

Born and raised in Beijing, China, Miao earned dual degrees in Journalism and Digital Entertainment Design from Tsinghua University. His thesis, the documentary short won the silver award at the 2014 Chinese-Western International Festival. Miao is entering his final year at Chapman University’s M.F.A. program for cinematography, and his work has been selected by several global film festivals including the DGA student film awards and SOHO International Film Festival.

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.

 

2 AWARDS


BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Youchen Miao


BEST CINEMATOGRAPHER: Youchen Miao


Director Biography:

Rachel Bass was born in West Chicago, Illinois. She is a 2013 graduate of Amherst College where she majored in Black Studies with a focus on film. She is currently a graduate student in Directing at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. She is the recipient of the Director’s Guild of America Jury Award, and her thesis “Thicker than Water” has been nominated for the Princess Grace Awards.

All Winners of the Categories:

The best films. Congratulations to All Filmmakers !!!

Thicker than Water

Thicker than Water

2 AWARDS

Rachel Bass

A Date With Shillelagh

A Date With Shillelagh

2 AWARDS

Jeff Stewart & Brian Johnston

Prisoners of Time

Prisoners of Time

2 AWARDS

Brian Lutes

Closure

Closure

BEST FIRST TIME DIRECTOR

Kevin Austra

Ming… Voice of Deception

Ming… Voice of Deception

BEST INDIE FILM

Brian Lutes

Dagger

Dagger

BEST STUDENT ACTRESS

Mirren Buchanan

My Wife is a Chicken

My Wife is a Chicken

2 AWARDS

Jingjue Li

CONCRETE SOLDIERS UK

CONCRETE SOLDIERS UK

BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM

Nikita Woolfe

SBPCH – 1999

SBPCH – 1999

2 AWARDS

Andrey Valdberg

The Forest

The Forest

BEST SOUND DESIGN

Keiko Imamura

When Sky Was Sea

When Sky Was Sea

2 AWARDS

Ryan Tian

cyclamen

cyclamen

BEST SILENT FILM

Davide Canali

Geometry

Geometry

2 AWARDS

Simo Liu

Silence in this solitude

Silence in this solitude

BEST WOMAN DIRECTOR

Martina Girlanda

Mr. Goody

Mr. Goody

2 AWARDS

Jason MacDonald

Dreaming The Memories of Now

Dreaming The Memories of Now

BEST EUROPE FILM

Geska Helena Brečević & Robert Brečević

For It Is Written

For It Is Written

2 AWARDS

Daniel Ståhl

The Hun

The Hun

BEST EDITING

Tyler Mendelson

Saving You, Saving Me

Saving You, Saving Me

BEST TRAILER

Tina Jetter & Marc I. Daniels

Passage of Silt and Shell

Passage of Silt and Shell

BEST NATURE/TRAVEL FILM

James J Macdonald

Lost Steps

Lost Steps

BEST ANIMATION SHORT

Per Nilsson

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

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