(USA) Best Dramatic Film: A Drop of Love - Golam Mustofa (Canada) Best Television Commercial: LAZR - Xiao Zheng (USA) Animated Film: Devils, Angels & Dating - Michael Cawood (United Kingdom, USA) California Film: From the Fields: An American Journey - Carolyn E.
Brown (USA) Documentary Film: Caravan of Hope - Alejandro Pereira (Canada) Music Video: Sadder by Nik Day - Tucker Dansie (USA) Narrative Film: The Three Way - Julian Renner (USA) Screenplay: Resilience - Lena Slachmuijlder (USA) Short Film: Civili TEA - Johnnie Hector (USA) Student Film: Skeleton Canyon - Kenneth Oefelein (USA) Television Pilot: Holt & Randy - Russell Griffith (USA) 1st Place: Pearl written by Lyvia A.
It is not spontaneous, it is not realistic and it is complex."This was true of much of Resnais' later work but not of the short documentary with which he established his reputation.
Made a decade after the end of the Second World War, Nuit et Brouillard (Night and Fog, 1955) is often credited as the first filmic evocation of the Nazi concentration camps.
Lynch Voices directed by Hussain Al-Riffaei Prelude to Bedlam directed by Tychicus Vazquez Sedan De Villain directed by Bryan Levitt and Rod Lopez Hidden Agendas directed by Quinton Mack Limbo directed by Michael Nader The New Silent Generation directed by Sabrina Van Keuren and Eric Lopez Vein of Love directed by Armando Hermosilla Hadley TK-421 directed by Jonathan Reid-Edwards Graceland Girls directed by Jordan Salvatoriello BE directed by Vlad Feier Ayana directed by Joana Lima Martins I Am Rupert Caldwell directed by Lesley Brander, Apo Welatparez, and Riccardo Febbrari My Friend Erhan directed by Khurrum M.Maffucci The Lord's Lie written by Randy Hatch Getting the Business written by Haik Hakobian The Helping Stone written by Robert Tolz Old Habits Die Hard written by Michael Cox Letters From Wolfie written by James Christopher Committed written by Jeff Sussman Turning the Right Way written by Jose Olivier Complaisant 1 written by Tiffany Jaide Hightower Love Interrupted written by Rewa Fyles Original Sin written by Charles Conrad Laulette Neversleep written by Giles Daoust Out of the Wetlands written by Bruce Golde 1st Place: Disabled Parking written by Alon Bar 2nd Place: Shopping Mall Santa written by John Harris 3rd Place: Silent Partner written by Philip Henson 4th Place: Twin Graves written by Paul Ellington 5th Place: Small Potatoes written by Charles Laulette Zombeo & Juliecula written by Richard Moon, Colleen Kelly, and Isabel J Hildebrandt You Bet written by Sky Wang Dating Alfie written by Paul Ellington The Things My Father Never Taught Me written by Burleigh Smith The Ghostwriter directed by Joey Agbayani Boss Man directed Ian Hamilton Old Angel directed by Dony Chiang Big Bio directed Eileen Reynolds Night Island directed by Salvador Maldonado Horror House directed by Evan Marlowe Ginger directed by Blake Brewer Time Out of Mind directed by Addie Manis Chemo directed by Cooper Stimson Mule Days directed by Joseph Peeler Trusting Todd directed by Kevin Welch Earth Meets Wind directed Kevin Robertson and Stuart Cameron Things Fall Apart: An Arctic Story directed by Miko Nincic Open directed by Ivalo Frank Rape For Profit directed by Eric Esau and Jason Pamer The White Picket Fence Project directed by Maria Altschuler and Tamarin Kaplan My Glass Odyssey directed by John Waterman Rumblestrips directed by John Adams and Toby Poser Fuzz Track City directed by Steve Hicks Artificial Turf: Harvard Croquet vs.The 21st Century directed by Eric Brewster5 Hour Friends directed by Ron Jackson Lost Summer directed by Anna Chi Abram's Hand directed by James Christopher A. F directed by Jérôme Lescure Confine directed by Tobias Tobbell Spinning Kite directed by Satoshi Kase Crossway directed by Timur Safiullin Vimy Ridge by Lizzy Hoyt directed by Lucho Soldevilla and A Special Person Vaseline performed and directed by Funk Bros.To circumvent Japanese censorship (one of the strictest in the world in 1976), Oshima had the film developed and edited in France, which enabled him to depict sexual congress with a frankness that would have been impossible at home. The tone is as erotic and ecstatic as in classical Japanese woodblock prints.The irony of Oshima’s career is that he would have liked to have been remembered for making a difference politically, but will be recalled principally as a man who attempted to sweep away sexual taboos.