ELEMENTS +3
     

Gryphon Award - Best Short Film
 
CAPTAIN FISH by John Banana (France)

     

Special Prize GIOTTO SUPER BE-BÈ AWARD




 
THE MODS by Alessandro Portincasa, Antonio Padovan (Italy)
Reasons: For the original storyboard, and animation – supported by a strong sound design which amazed the audience leading them towards the discovery of the off-beat world of the two funny and creative characters.
     
ELEMENTS +6
     

Gryphon Award - Best Feature Film
 
GROTTO by Micol Pallucca (Italy)
     

Gryphon Award - Best Short Film
 
THE WISH FISH by Karel Janak (Czech Republic)
     
     
The artistic director has assigned the following awards, based on the results of the jurors votes:    
     

Feature Film 2nd Place

 
THE AMAZING WIPLALA by Tim Oliehoek (The Netherlands)
     

Short Film 2nd Place

 
THE PRESENT by Jacob Frey (Germany)
     
ELEMENTS +10
     

Gryphon Award - Best Feature Film
 
LABYRINTHUS by Douglas Boswell (Belgium)
     

Gryphon Award - Best Short Film
 
THE RED THUNDER by Alvaro Ron (USA)
     

Special Prize BAMBINO GESÙ HOSPITAL AWARD




 
BIRDS OF PASSAGE by Oliver Ringer (Belgium/France)
Reasons: The artistic direction Giffoni Experience awards this film with Premio Ospedale Bambino Gesù for describing the children's world, with their dreams and ambitions in a very delicate and sensitive manner; for reviving in adults their childhood energy.
     
     
The artistic director has assigned the following awards, based on the results of the jurors votes:    
     

Feature Film 2nd Place
 
THE SHAMER'S DAUGHTER by Kenneth Kains (Denmark)
     

Short Film 2nd Place

 
TWO LEFT FEET by Isabella Salvetti (Italy)
     
GENERATOR +13
     

Gryphon Award - Best Feature Film
 
SANCTUARY by Marc Brummund (Germany)
     

Special Prize CGS AWARD "Percorsi Creativi 2015"







 
THREAD OF LIES by Lee Han (South Korea)
Reasons: The film deals with bullying without considering stereotypes and ordinary narrative solutions: it focuses on the world of young girls, the psycological aspect of violence and the power of social network in cyberbullying which can result in suicide. The screenplay does not deal with the classic good and bad sterotype, but it exploits the thriller investigation genre and highlights various aspects of youth issues. The story has apparently light moments inserted in a dramatic context, to show how our lives are a mix of situations difficult to predict.
     
     
The artistic director has assigned the following awards, based on the results of the jurors votes:    
     

Feature Film 2nd Place
 
BEATLES by Peter Flinth (Norway)
     
GENERATOR +16
     

Gryphon Award - Best Feature Film
 
ALL THE WILDERNESS by Michael Johnson (USA)
     

Special Prize DON BOSCO EDUCATIONAL AWARD










 
YOUNG TIGER by Cyprien Vial (France)
Reasons: For the original and meaningful message the film conveys through the representation of the issues that Europe is being confronted with. It is an encouragment to be present in the suburbs and to find solutions for the young migrants who arrive on our shores alone. For the essential style and representation of the story. The protagonist is such both in film and in real life: He is the one who is in charge of his destiny, making the right choices with the right people who keep on supporting him and trusting him.
The award grants 10.000€ which the director choose to devolve to:
The Iauaretê Mission (Brazil – Amazon)
The Manouba Mission (Tunisia – Manouba)
     

Special Prize BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE CERTIFICATE




 
THE FALLING by Carol Morley (United Kingdom)
Reasons: For the originality of the story and for technical aspects of the film such as cinematography and sound design. The film had a kind of depth that was carried out throughout the whole story giving it layers of complexity.
     
     
The artistic director has assigned the following awards, based on the results of the jurors votes:    
     

Feature Film 2nd Place

 
STANDING TALL by Emmanuelle Bercot (France)
     
GENERATOR +18
     

Gryphon Award - Best Feature Film
 
COIN LOCKER GIRL by Han Jun-hee (South Korea)
     

Gryphon Award - Best Animated Short
 
ABOUT A MOTHER by Dina Velikovskaya (Russia)
     

Gryphon Award - Best Fiction Short
 
POINT OF VIEW di Matteo Petrelli (Italy)
     

Special Prize BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE CERTIFICATE





 
COIN LOCKER GIRL by Han Jun-hee (South Korea)
Reasons: Because of the great transformation of the main charachter who went from being a tomboy girl to a mature woman. Also for the great cinematography that underlines the darkness of the story and for the eye catching shots. The quick edits of the film immerged us within the plot of the story.
     

Special Prize AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL AWARD












 
BEACH FLAGS by Sarah Saidan (France)
Reasons: or the ability to narrate a story about the desire for change of Iranian women forced to limit their freedom of speech by unjust laws. The great determination for pursuing sports dreams, despite the scores of obstacles the leading player has to face, does not prevent her from stepping back when she needs to save a friend of hers. She shows great courage and an unselfish attitude by giving up her dream to help her friend and this represents a revolutionary gesture that helps build a more just society respectful of human dignity.

FATIMA di Philippe Faucon (Francia)
Motivazione: "Fatima" is an honest film which tells a story about a woman capable of facing the challenges of the modern world with great strength. A beautiful story of integration which does not fear to show hypocrisy of people influenced and affected by their own sterotypes.
     
     
The artistic director has assigned the following awards, based on the results of the jurors votes:    
     

Feature Film 2nd Place
 
GABRIEL di Lou Howe (USA)
     

Animated Short 2nd Place
 
MY GRANDFATHER WAS A CHERRY TREE by Olga Polietkova, Tatiana Polietkova (Russia)
     

Fiction Short 2nd Place
 
LUKAS & THE ASPIES by Anders Gustafsson (Denmark)
     
GEX DOC
     

Gryphon Award - Best Feature Film

 
FOREVER STARS by Mimmo Verdesca (Italy)
     

Aluminium Gryphon - Special Prize CIAL AWARD








 
ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD by Suzanne Crocker (Canada)
Reasons: "All the time in the world" is about a family who decides to challenge conventions and nature, by abandoning the comforts of everyday life, moving into the remote lands of Yukon in a harsh winter season. The parents of this off-beat family want their 10, 8 and 4 year-old children to experience a life without electricity, running water and technology, so as to taste the beauties of their land, Canada. The CIAL award for the environment goes to this film for both its poetic and at the same time realistic approach the director used to highlight the relationship between the youngest members of the small community and their land of origin.
     

Feature Film 2nd Place

 
ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD by Suzanne Crocker (Canada)
     
     
     
     
     

finanziatoda nuovo