Feb 2017

Here are the winners and nominees for all the categories for the February 2017 session.

BEST MUSIC VIDEO

WINNER

Ransom – Son Lux, directed by Juingyi Shao and Jess Zos, USA

FINALISTS

Ransom – Son Lux, directed by Juingyi Shao and Jess Zos, USA

Come To Me, directed by Thanassis Fouradoulas, SWITZERLAND

SEMI FINALISTS

Ransom – Son Lux, directed by Juingyi Shao and Jess Zos, USA

Fun Fun Boogie, directed by Sebastiano Greco, ITALY

Come To Me, directed by Thanassis Fouradoulas, SWITZERLAND

The Parity Complex – Abando Shin, directed by Aristenes Pereira, SWEDEN

The Collector, directed by Mai Lasan, SPAIN

FU.UP, directed by Connor Corgiat, USA

Beyond Contempt – Salt, directed by Darus Noel Howard, AUSTRALIA

QUARTER FINALISTS

RANSOM – SON LUX, directed by Juingyi Shao and Jess Zos, USA

A Winter’s Jazz Fantasy, directed by Paolo Pizz, USA

Fun Fun Boogie, directed by Sebastiano Greco, ITALY

Faithful, directed by Zakk Farkas, USA

Come To Me, directed by Thanassis Fouradoulas, SWITZERLAND

The Parity Complex – Abando Shin, directed by Aristenes Pereira, SWEDEN

The Collector, directed by Mai Lasan, SPAIN

Eternally, directed by Takahisa Shiraishi, USA

Maybe Next Year (cover), directed by Lynnette Cabrera, USA

FU.UP, directed by Connor Corgiat, USA

Beyond Contempt – Salt, directed by Darus Noel Howard, AUSTRALIA

This Time, directed by Eha Urbsalu, ESTONIA

BEST DIRECTOR

WINNER

Maik Schuster and Max Paschke for Walls, GERMANY

 

FINALISTS

Marco Bazzi for Plasmic Love, SPAIN

Maik Schuster and Max Paschke for Walls, GERMANY

SEMI FINALISTS

Morgana McKenzie for Atlas World, CANADA

Marco Bazzi for Plasmic Love, SPAIN

Mai Lasan for The Collector, SPAIN

Carla Forte for Point of Inflection, USA

Henrik Steen for Dianas light & darkness, DENMARK

Maik Schuster and Max Paschke for Walls, GERMANY

QUARTER FINALISTS

Jonathan Stimac for Where’s My Home, USA

Jason Baskin for First Take, USA

Maik Schuster and Max Paschke for Walls, GERMANY

Amartei Armar for Too Many Feelings, CANADA

Morgana McKenzie for Atlas World, CANADA

Marco Bazzi for Plasmic Love, SPAIN

Mai Lasan for The Collector, SPAIN

Carla Forte for Point of Inflection, USA

Henrik Steen for Dianas light & darkness, DENMARK

BEST DOP 

WINNER

Salih Sali and Bruno Amaral for The Collector, SPAIN

 

FINALISTS 

Salih Sali and Bruno Amaral for The Collector, SPAIN

Pedro Guevara for Point of Inflection, USA

SEMI FINALISTS

Hélène Motteau for Tras Chrysalida, BELGIUM

Reynaldo Zangrandi for Linda, BRAZIL

Maik Schuster, for Walls, GERMANY

Salih Sali and Bruno Amaral for The Collector, SPAIN

Pedro Guevara for Point of Inflection, USA

Josh Mitchell-Frey for Re-Entry, AUSTRALIA

QUARTER FINALISTS

Reynaldo Zangrandi for Linda, BRAZIL

Salih Sali and Bruno Amaral for The Collector, SPAIN

Pedro Guevara for Point of Inflection, USA

Hélène Motteau for Tras Chrysalida, BELGIUM

Josh Mitchell-Frey for Re-Entry, AUSTRALIA

Maik Schuster, for Walls, GERMANY

???? for FU.UP, USA : disqualified for not responding to the festival

BEST DANCE

WINNER

Iridescence, directed by Eileen Byrne, LUXEMBOURG

FINALISTS

The Collector, directed by Mai Lasan, SPAIN

Iridescence, directed by Eileen Byrne, LUXEMBOURG

SEMI FINALISTS

Trapped, directed by Alicia Mullikin, USA

The Collector, directed by Mai Lasan, SPAIN

Iridescence, directed by Eileen Byrne, LUXEMBOURG

BEST SPECIAL STUFF 

WINNER

Be Able, directed by Ma-Ké, FRANCE

FINALISTS

Junk Mambo, directed by José Carlos Borbolla Fernandez, MEXICO

Be Able, directed by Ma-Ké, FRANCE

SEMI FINALISTS

Junk Mambo, directed by José Carlos Borbolla Fernandez, MEXICO

Be Able, directed by Ma-Ké, FRANCE

Teitur – live at the harbor, directed by Pelle Folmer, DENMARK

QUARTER FINALISTS

Teitur – live at the harbor, directed by Pelle Folmer, DENMARK

Saturday Night – A film of four songs, directed by Alex Walker, UK

Little Big – Hateful Love, directed by Alina Pasok and Ilya Prusikin, RUSSIA

Junk Mambo, directed by José Carlos Borbolla Fernandez, MEXICO

Be Able, directed by Ma-Ké, FRANCE