FILM AWARDS FROM 2000 - 2003

KODAK STUDENT COMMERCIAL FILM AWARDS 2000/01

TOBIAS WEBER’S FILM (AMERCIAN EXPRESS)

1st in Brief

2nd Over All

3rd Prize DOP – Diego Rodriguez

3rd Prize Editing – Ian Bonhote

AARON STEWART’S FILM ( KODAK IMPULSE)

2nd In Brief

DUNCAN JONES’S FILM (KODAK SINGLE USE)

1ST Prize DOP – Eric Lehner

IAN BONHOTE’S FILM (KODAK IMPULSE)

2ND Prize DOP – Tobias Weber/Diego Rodriguez

OTHER FESTIVAL AWARDS:

“TIME WITH NYENNE” 1ST Prize, The Narcisse Award for Best Short Film,

Neuchatel International Fantasy Film Festival, Switzerland, June 2000

“CHERISH” Leading Actress won Best Female Performance and “THE BOOTH”

won BFM Award for Best Screenplay at Black Film-Makers International Film Festival, London 11-22 August 2000. Director: Winta Yohannes

“REPETITION” Semi-finalist at Angelus Awards, Hollywood, USA, September 2000. Director: Margo Venditti

“HENRY & GEORGE” won the Grand Prix at “TOPPING THE BILL WORLDWIDE PRIZE” (Grand Prix “A l’affiche du Monde”), France (July for September) 2001. Director: Carolina Moreya

“STANDING STILL” Lilja Ingolfsdottir won Best Director, Cinemaibut Festival International, Bucharest, Romania, December 2001.

“PAUL’S LUCKY DAY” won 2nd Prize at T.Y.O. (Association Tant qu’il Y aura des Ohms) 12th Cergy-Pontoise International Short-Length Film Festival, France, March 2002. Director: Jamie Palmer

“SORRY, NO VACANCIES” won Student Award at 37th Academic Documentary Film Festival, Olomouc, Czech Republic, April 2002. Director/Cinematographer: Marie-Jeanne Urech

"PHOBIA" won Best Foreign Short Film at IV Fuengirola Film Festival,

Spain, June 2002. Director: Ciro Altabas

“BLACK NOR WHITE” won 2nd Prize at “Imagine Asia” Short Film Contest,

Nehru Centre, Indian High Commission, London. September 2002.

“SORRY, NO VACANCIES” won Public Prize of Norddeutschen Rundfunk, at

Dokument Art (International Festival of Documentary Film & Video), Neubrandenburg, Germany, October 2002. Director/Cinematographer:

Marie-Jeanne Urech

“SLEEP TIGHT MY BABY” 2ND Prize at PWSFTviT “Mediaschool”, Lodz, Poland, October 2002. Director: Pansu Kim

“SLEEP TIGHT MY BABY” won Student Award at “BRIEF ENCOUNTERS” (Nahemi Programme), Bristol, UK, November 2002. Director: Pansu Kim

“SORRY, NO VACANCIES” won 3rd Prize at International Days of Documentary Cinema – “Europe, Point of Contact”, Lubin, Poland. April 2003. Director/Cinematographer: Marie-Jeanne Urech.

“OUTSIDEIN” won 1st Prize for Best Documentary at Short Ends World School Film Festival, ICA London, 16-23 October 2003.

“SLEEP TIGHT MY BABY” Special Mention Certificate at “ETIUDA 2003”, Cracow, Poland 20-27 November 2003

“MACHINE” won Production Design Award at Munich International Film Festival, Germany 27-30 November 2003.