WINNERS VI EDITION 2017

VIDEOMAKER CATEGORY

GOLDEN CAMERA AWARD – BEST SHORT FILM

ADAPTATION
by Bartosz Kruhlik

“The VideoMaker Film Festival Jury has decided to reward Bartosz Kruhlik’s Adaptation short film for the intensity of the story and the precision of the screenplay, the rigging of staging, the skill of actors and the quality of photography. The work, thanks to a never forced or instrumental dramaturgical device but always credible and sincere, can involve the spectator until the end in a growing emotional vortex.”

SILVER CAMERA AWARD – PEOPLE’S CHOICE

IL SILENZIO
by Alì Asgari and Farnoosh Samadi

JURY’S SPECIAL PRIZE

IL SILENZIO
by Alì Asgari and Farnoosh Samadi

“A tale that addresses a delicate theme like the illness. The story is told through the eyes of a young Kurdish girl, a child who becomes adult through her family drama. It’s a movie that is told in the silences.”

SCHOOL CATEGORY

GOLDEN CAMERA AWARD – BEST SHORT FILM

IMPERFETTO
by Fabrizio Nardocci
in collaboration with I.C. “Frezzotti-Corradini” Latina

“In modern society, there happen several episodes of violence, which are often hidden under a thick and heavy blanket of silence. Bullying is one of these. the victims of this silence are four: the persecuted, who endures resigned and fearful; the bully, the strongest and at the same time the weakest of all, who is unable to express without violence the fear of living his complicated young age; the conniving group, who is mute and complicit, formed by boys eager to camouflage their vulnerabilities; and the adults, who are tired, often distracted and inclined to not get into the stories of bullying, considered by some of them as “necessary survival exercises.” Fabrizio Nardocci’s short film “Imperfetto” invites us to break this silence and be aware that bullying is a phenomenon that has generated over time far too many victims and that only by denouncing this overwhelming thing, only by shouting the world our own beautiful imperfections, we will be able to get a solution to the problem.”