MADE PUBLIC - BEST SHORT MOVIE
Best Short Movie goes to the movie Made Public!
Country: United States
Director: Foster Wilson
Screenwriter: Brian Leahy
On the eve of his wedding day, Dave commits a cardinal sin: His doubts about tying the knot go viral. Alone at the altar, the groom must confront his own cold feet, a Greek chorus of bridesmaids, and the bride herself — all to save his marriage before it’s even begun. Directed by Foster Wilson and starring Jeanine Mason (Roswell, New Mexico) and Josh Zuckerman (90210), MADE PUBLIC explores the impulse to share our most intimate thoughts and sacred moments with the general public — and how much we’re willing to lose to obtain the approval of strangers.
THE HEADLIGHT - BEST DIRECTOR
The Best Director Award goes to the movie The Headlight directed by Ionuț Gaga !
Director: Ionuț Gaga
Screenwriter: Ionuț Gaga, Bogdan Ilieșiu
God upholds there still are honest men in the world, but the Devil disagrees. A bet worth ten thousand souls is settled. Those souls will hang in the high moral principles balance of Radu Iovan. Rushing to meet his daughter who is leaving the country, he is pulled over because of a broken headlight.
A SCRATCH ON A SPONGE CAKE - BEST SCREENPLAY
The Best Screenplay goes to the movie A Scratch On A Sponge Cake!
Director: Alexander Harlamov
Screenwriter: Alexander Harlamov
A steady life of a psychiatrist, Nikolay Andreevich Frickin, was changed dramatically by an unusual incident at work. A new secretary sends in a patient, who copies the behavior of people he communicates with. After the patient meets the doctor, he claims the doctor’s identity and decides to cure the real psychiatrist whatever it takes.
THE TOWER OF PISA - AUDIENCE AWARD
The Audience Award goes to the movie The Tower of Pisa!
Director: Bogdan Ilieșiu
Screenwriter: Ionuț Gaga
V., an obsessive-compulsive young man who rarely speaks, is working as a parking valet at a hotel. His life revolves around his job, where he parks the cars at millimeter precision and his spare time, which he spends in his methodical tidy apartment. One day, a new employee, Cosmina, invades his working space. She’s the total opposite of him, talking a lot and very fast and doing a lousy job at parking cars. Still, the two of them fall in love.