LockDown Film Fest 2020 - The Winners!
So after going through 1700 entries over the last couple of months, BritFlicks is delighted to announce the Winners of the LockDown Film Fest.
BritFlicks has never run a film festival before so this has been a massive learning curve for us, and if we thought whittling down the initial 1700 entries to 33 Finalist was difficult, choosing one winner was off the scale.
We have certainly been blessed with the quality of entries, and it only goes to show you don't need a massive budget, cast and crew to make a great film, even in lockdown!
Thank you to all the entrants for sending in your films, it's been amazing!
LockDown Film Fest 2020 - Best Film
The Winner of the Best LockDown Film goes to Gerald Walsh's visually and emotionally stunning short film, TOGETHER APART.
TOGETHER APART (Ireland)
Director: Gerard Walsh
Cast: Hazel Alicia Alford
Outline: A woman and her thoughts in Isolation, during the Pandemic.
LockDown Film Fest 2020 - Runners Up
It was such a tough call choosing the best LockDown film, here's the three Runners-Up.
SO YOU COME HERE OFTEN (Israel)
Directed: Ilya Tribelsky & Nikolay Kouleshov
Cast: Liat Zidkiyaho & Osher Bet Halachmi
Outline: Romantic evening of a married couple in a lockdown is ruined by unexpected news.
THE BANK ROBBERY (Germany)
Director: Britt Abrecht
Cast: Hannah Jasna Hess, Marc Dennis Bernthaler & Marco Bonomo.
Outline: Agnes complains to Bob about her difficult financial situation and sees a bank robbery as the only way out. Bob tries to give her good advice.
Director: Ian Rayburn
Genre: Drama, Thriller, sci-Fi
Outline: A lone woman experiences the effects of a quarantine.
LockDown Film Fest 2020 - Audience Award
The Winner of the LockDown Film Fest Audience Award goes to Dominique Stango & Quinton Cameron's, hilarious and brilliantly scripted comedy RONA FEVER.
RONA FEVER (U.S)
Director: Dominique Stango
Cast: Dominique Stango & Quinton Cameron
Outline: A pizza delivery guy gets more than he bargained for when the customer wants