Monthly Selection – April 2022

OIFF

MOVIE OF THE MONTH

March 2022

Category : Animated Film
WINNER
Unconditional Love
Directed by Wallis Liu
Taiwan

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
A World Of Sphericals
Directed by William J Thinnes
United States

Category : Best Director
WINNER
Collision Escape
Directed by Wenqin Ni
United States

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Songs Of The Day After
Directed by Barbara Glas
France

Category : Commercial/Advertisement
WINNER
Get Your Game On
Directed by Evgeniy Tametskiy


Category : Experimental Film
WINNER
The Tongue
Directed by Jose Vicente Chavez
United States

Category : Feature Script
WINNER
Box of Hope
Written by Glenna L Goodman
United States

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Hunger
Written by Michael William Hogan
United States

Too Much Toad
Written by David W Hughens

Paranoia
Written by Gini Graham Scott
United States

CRITIC’S CHOICE AWARD
Sebastian and the Invisible Island
Written by Michael William Hogan
United States

Dark Cabin
Written by Gini Graham Scott
United States

Category : Film On Nature/Environnment/Wildlife
WINNER
Tierra del Fuego
Directed by Oleksandr Lozytskyi
Ukraine

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Water Thrust Movie
Directed by Vincent Kojo Krah
Ghana

Horror / Science Fiction / Genre Feature Film
WINNER
What the Prophets Last Say to Earth
Written by Justin Schumann
United States

Category : LGBT Film
WINNER
AMANDA (SheheitAlien)
Directed by MORENO FUENTES
Spain

Category : Short Film
WINNER
Dilemma
Directed by Bud Patel
United States

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
“Familiar Passage”
Directed by Mimi Garrard
United States

“Arrival”
Directed by Mimi Garrard
United States

Category : Student Film
WINNER
Unconditional Love
Written by Wallis Liu
Taiwan

Category : Trailer/Teaser
WINNER
My Brother’s Burden
Directed  by David W Hughens
United States


1 thought on “Monthly Selection – April 2022”

  1. It’s always an amazing adventure for a director, to be selected and to get an award in a country a the other end of the world, meaning that culture knows no border and that stories are universal. Also an honor to receive an award in a country with such a huge tradition for cinema and cinema lovers, as is India.

    Thank you !

    Barbara Glas

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