GREAT FILMS FOR NEXT FESTIVAL

With just the submissions we’ve had so far there’s going to be a deep, diverse array of exceptional world cinema in the December Festival.The next WorldFilm.com festival begins on December 1 and runs through to December 31, 2018. And submissions are open till 23 November. WorldFilm.com is an online film festival that showcases and rewards independent films from around the world with audience and jury awards.

We’ll be sending out regular updates over the next few weeks.

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FILM SUBMISSIONS FOR THE NEXT WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

The next WorldFilm.com festival begins on December 1 and runs through to December 31, 2018. And submissions are open till 23 November. WorldFilm.com has been designed by filmmakers for filmmakers and film lovers. If you are a filmmaker, submissions are open till 23 November. Just go to https://worldfilm.com.
It is a global competition for the best films in the following categories:
• Feature Drama
• Short Drama
• Documentary
• Animation
• Art House

Just go to https://worldfilm.com.

Best Feature Drama – A Sublime Life

And the Winner of The Best Feature Film is A Sublime Life (Uma Vida Sublime).

This is a compelling Portuguese thriller with an unique story line, deep with surprise twists and turns. Dr. Ivan makes sure his patients value their lives whether they want to or not. His methods are both benignly mischievous and sadistic, as he moves between his public and hidden self.

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Best Short Drama – 4’9

In a close run contest for Best Short Film, the winner is 4’9.

This Spanish short impressed the judges with its clever telling of an educational tale. Charmingly told and powerfully acted, this poignant tale about education and the impact of childhood on an adult’s destiny beat the other nominees to the line.

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Best Animation – Onión

Choosing the Festival’s Best Animation wasn’t easy but the casting vote gave it to Onión.

Hysterically sharp satire, Onión combines a hyper real send up of present day vanity and New Age obsessions, with truly fantastic animation of the most compellingly surreal kind. In 22 short minutes, award winning Argentinian director, Zaramella, shows why his cinema magic has amazed film lovers around the globe. Funny, perceptive and totally out of this World.

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Best Documentary – Cacu, a Change for Life

The Jury Is In.  The Winner of the Best Documentary is Cacu: a Change for Life.

With  delightful characters, a profound message and  magical Caribbean scenery, Cacu proved itself worthy of The Best Documentary. The scintillating, uplifting story follows a group of traditional fisherman transform from the worst enemies, to the most steadfast allies of the Dominican Republic’s endangered turtles.

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