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BIFFF 2019 Premi

Extra Ordinary, Werewolf e I Am Back premiati al BIFFF

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- Il film irlandese di Mike Ahern e Enda Loughman si aggiudica il Silver Raven, il lungometraggio di Adrian Panek vince il concorso 7th Orbit e Luca Miniero si qualifica per Méliès d'Or

Extra Ordinary, Werewolf e I Am Back premiati al BIFFF
Extra Ordinary di Mike Ahern e Enda Loughman

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The 37th Brussels International Fantasy, Fantastic, Thriller and Science Fiction Film Festival came to a close over the Easter weekend with the announcement of its winners’ list – and three European films stand proud on the podium. Although the top prize, the Golden Raven, was handed to the Australian movie Little Monsters by Abe Forsythe, the Silver Raven was bestowed upon the Irish comedy-horror Extra Ordinary [+leggi anche:
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by Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman, in which a driving instructor uses her supernatural abilities to save a girl whom a rock star is trying to use for his own Satanic purposes. The film was produced by Irish outfit Blinder Films, and was co-produced by Umedia in Belgium. 

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Meanwhile, the Polish film Werewolf [+leggi anche:
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 by Adrian Panek emerged triumphant in the 7th Orbit competition. The historical horror flick revolves around a group of Polish children who have survived the concentration camps and will be forced to overcome sheer horror once again. The movie was produced by Balapolis (Poland), Twenty Twenty Vision Filmproduktion (Germany) and House of Netherhorror (Netherlands).

Lastly, an Italian picture prevailed in the Méliès Competition, thus qualifying for the Golden Méliès, which will be handed out by the European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation in Sitges next October. I Am Back [+leggi anche:
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by Luca Miniero is an Italian-set adaptation of Timur Vermes’ bestseller Look Who’s Back, which imagined Hitler’s “resurrection”, transporting him through time and space to the present day. Miniero plays with the theme by imagining the return of Mussolini, who discovers an incredible propaganda tool that he can put to use to promote his fascist theories: the television… The film was produced by Italy’s Indiana Production Company.

Here is the full list of winners:

International Competition

Golden Raven
Little Monsters – Abe Forsythe (Australia/USA/UK)

Silver Raven
Extra Ordinary [+leggi anche:
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- Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman (Ireland/Belgium)
Freaks - Adam B Stein and Zach Lipovsky (Canada)

Special Mention
The Pool - Ping Lumprapleng (Thailand) 

Méliès Competition
I Am Back [+leggi anche:
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 - Luca Miniero (Italy) 

Thriller Competition 

Best Thriller
Door Lock - Kwon Lee (South Korea)
Special Mention
Brother's Nest – Clayton Jacobson (Australia) 

Critics’ Award 
The Pool - Ping Lumprapleng 

7th Orbit Competition 

7th Orbit Award
Werewolf [+leggi anche:
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 - Adrian Panek (Poland/Germany/Netherlands)
Special Mention
Cities of Last Things [+leggi anche:
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 - Wi Ding Ho (China/France/Taiwan/USA)

Audience Award 
One Cut of the Dead - Shinichiro Ueda (Japan)

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