It took place from April 10th to April 21st the 11th edition of the LIFF (London Independent Film Festival).
Divided into eight days, at the Shortwave Cinema Bar Café in Bermondsey Square, were screened 14 movies (two documentaries, five drama, three comedies, a sci-fi movie, one thriller, one supernatural-horror and a comedy horror); 22 music videos, 63 shorts of which 7 were Sci-Fi shorts, 7 were Experimental shorts and 7 were Horror shorts.
The winners were:
Best Film (UK): The Great Elephant Walk by Jack Wylson & James Dartnall
Best Film (International): Time Lapse by Bradley King & BP Cooper (http://www.timelapse-themovie.com/)
Best Director: Nick Pilton for Interference
Best Comedy Film: One Night in Powder by Jason Attar
Best Horror Feature: Judas Ghost by Simon Pearce
Best Documentary (UK): Drowned City by Faith Millin
Best No-Budget Feature: How to become a Criminal Mastermind by Henry Scriven
Best Micro-Budget Film: One Night in Powder by Jason Attar
Best Actor/Actress: Danielle Panabaker for Time Lapse
Best Short Film (UK): Date Night by Reggie Yates
Audience Award for Best Short Film: The Window by Adam Morse
Best Short Film (International): Bye-Bye Star-Fizz by Charline Branger
Best Short Documentary: Portrait of Billie by Jane Mingay
Best Sci-Fi/Horror Short Film: Left Hand Billy In The Second Solution by Gabriele Zuccarini
Best Music Video (UK): Anarchy in the UK by Ed Edwards
Best Music Video (International): Violence Done Well by Maida Hals
Best LGBT Film: Cat Sitting by Wollie Boehm
Best Short Short: Handuken by Chris Chung
Best Animated Short: Video Shop by Raymond Butler
Best Experimental Short: Some Entropy In Your Tea by Alexandra Anikina
Best Screenplay (International): Raymond Just for The Crimson Confession
Best Screenplay (UK): Robert Kerr for The Republic of Frestonia
Best Short Screenplay: Melina von Hünefeld for Matryoshka
Best Screenplay Pitch: Rangula Assad for Mint Tea
We saw for you the great horror short FARE with Romeo and Juliet movie star Christian Cooke and the amazing movie 50 Kisses.
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Simon Pearce winner for Best Horror Movie Judas Ghost
Chris Chung winner for Best Short Handunken