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WoFF Glasgow

World of Film International Festival Glasgow. 

28 September - 1 October 2017. 




World of Film International Film Festival 2015 – AWARDS


World of Film International Film Festival 2015 – AWARDS 

WoFF: World of Film International Film Festival has just wrapped up this year’s edition at Glasgow’s CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts.

The 2015 members of the jury Lizelle Bisschoff, Basharat Khan and Laurie Gordon, who unanimously confirmed their excitement about this year’s official selection of the festival are announcing the following awards:

Best Short Film: Tom in America by Flavio Alves 

Accompanied by a special mention for Discipline by Christophe M. Saber 

Best Short Film – Female Perspective: Winter’s Journey (Wintersreise) by Susanne Boeing

Accompanied by a special mention for A bird in a cage by Lauren Orme

Best First Feature Film: How to Stop A Wedding by Drazen Kuljanin

Best Feature Film – Female Perspective: Silent Sea (Meeres Stille) by Juliane Fezer 

The jury said: “It was really hard to choose from among so many wonderful short films. This is also the reason we accompany the awards with special mention for each of the short film categories, as both the winner and the special mention in each section were beautiful, inspiring and insightful cinematic experiences.

Tom in America is stunning for its mature presentation of the topic and for its great characters. 

Discipline is extremely entertaining showing cross-cultural conflict. 

Winter’s Journey is deeply touching and generates compassion and strong emotions from its very first minute. 

A bird in a cage is inspiring and innovative for its topic and the in depth presentation of it. 

How To Stop A Wedding is inventive, well made and with strong, powerful characters. 

Silent Sea is a great journey, astonishing debut unique for its storytelling.”


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