The 48th Short Films FNC Awards winners are...
The Montreal Festival du nouveau cinéma is proud to announce the winners of the 48th edition :
International Competition's JURY : Meryam JOOBEUR, Fanny-Laure MALO & Raphaël OUELLET.
Best short film in the International Competition ($5 000 in cash).
Diva & Astro by Angel Barroeta
Blessed Land by Phạm Ngọc Lân
Short film People’s Choice Award presented by MELS ($5 000 in film equipment rental awarded by MELS)
Jarvik by Emilie Mannering
National Competition 's JURY : Anne GASCHUTZ, Sang-Hoon LEE & Enrico VANNUCCI.
Grand Prize National Competition – Short Film presented by CineGround
Best short film in the National Competition ($15,000 in camera and/or post-production services awarded by CineGround)
Oracle by Aaron Poole
Nouveaux alchimistes' JURY :John BLOUIN, Jaime MANRIQUE et Mégane VOGHELL.
Best animation Prize
Best animated short films of the competition.
Sh_t Happens by David Štumpf, Michaela Mihályi
The Physics of Sorrow by Theodore Ushev
National Dada Award presented by Main Film and Mubi
Best short film in the Nouveaux alchimistes national competition ($5,000 in creative residency at Main Film and $1,500 in cash from Mubi).
Displacement by Maxime Corbeil-Perron
International Dada Award Award presented by Mubi
Best short film in the Nouveaux alchimistes nternational competition (exclusive broadcast on the Mubi platform).
Leaking Life by Shunsaku Hayashi
Last year when the train passed by by Huang Pang-Chuan
RPCÉ's Jury : Ryan BADEN, Catherine LEGARÉ-PELLETIER, Kristina WAGENBAUER.
Grand Prize presented by Netflix
Best student short film (2 000$ grant awarded by Netflix and a research and creation residency in collaboration with the invited international school.)
ILHA DA RAINHA de KAYLA FRAGMAN
Hope Award presented by Ulule and 123dcp
Particularly distinguished student short film - RPCÉ 's short film
Surface Tension by Devon Pennick-Reilly
Pitch Prize - First Feature presented by Netflix
Best film pitch for first feature and medium length fiction projects in development ($10,000 prize awarded by Netflix)
Vampire humaniste cherche suicidaire consentant, directed by Ariane Louis-Seize, writen by Christine Doyon and Ariane Louis-Size & produced by Jeanne-Marie Poulain (art&essai).
All winners will receive a louve design and made by the artist-sculptor Pierre Dupras.
See you next year for the FNC'S 48th edition !
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