BEST FILM NOMINATIONS – STTP Annual Awards Gala – November 2017
BEST FILM @ STTP JULY 2016 AWARDS
Directors: Erik Ivar Sæther, Nicolai Berg Hansson
Synopsis: The past few months family man Jens have realized that he isn’t happy. Luckily he has chosen the suitable time and place for spilling his guts, in this black comedy with a taste of salty duck breast.
BEST FILM @ STTP AUGUST 2016 AWARDS
Director: Ivan Kitayev
Country: Russian Federation
Synopsis: An extraordinary corpse appeared in the provincial hospital`s morgue. What should the employees of the morgue do in this situation if it is the corpse of… LENIN?
BEST FILM @ STTP SEPTEMBER 2016 AWARDS
Directors: Cristina Puccinelli
Synopsis: Stella Amore is a girl and her shoe size is 28 and a half. Today is a very important day for her, because she’s about to fulfill her greatest dream: being an actress. But the magic world of cinema is not as magic as she thought, it is also made of people that no longer believe in dreams, and on the contrary some of them like to destroy them. How will Stella react to this new cruel and silly reality?
BEST FILM @ STTP OCTOBER 2016 AWARDS
Director: Ethan Jahan
Country: United Kingdom
Synopsis: At home in his apartment, THE MAN obsessively cuts out stories of war and terror from newspapers while the TV news blares. He meticulously tapes the cuttings to the walls of his living room, which are already covered in hundreds of articles. A ringing cuts through the sound of the TV and, after fishing through the sea of papers carpeting the floor, the man uncovers an old style telephone and lifts the receiver.
THE LAST ZOMBIE
BEST FILM @ STTP NOVEMBER 2016 AWARDS
Director: Anthony Lecomte
Synopsis: In a world devastated by a zombie plague, a reality show based on zombie killing and survival in a hostile world has found a huge success… We follow the last candidates still alive on the hunt for the last zombie !
THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS
BEST FILM @ STTP DECEMBER 2016 AWARDS
Director: Fabien Gorgeart
Synopsis: 1859. Alexina, a trainee school teacher in the young girl’s covent where she grew up, suffers from unbearables pains. After examination, the doctor finds out she is a hermaphrodite. According to him, since masculine prevails over all, Alexina is a man. She has no other choice than leaving her school as quickly as possible, giving up, her closest friend, Henriette.
BEST FILM @ STTP JANUARY 2017 AWARDS
Director: Maaria Sayed
Synopsis: ‘Chudala,’ is an intimate exploration of a father-daughter relationship in a rapidly developing India. Based on an Indian mythological story of a woman turning into a man inorder to seem significant to her family, this film tells the story of a lower middle class Muslim girl Rukhsana who returns to her house as Rehan- a man and is haunted by the memories of her life as a woman.
A WHOLE WORLD FOR A LITTLE WORLD
BEST FILM @ STTP FEBRUARY 2017 AWARDS
Director: Fabrice Bracq
Synopsis: A woman tells a great story to her baby. In the manner of a tale with princes and princesses, she remains into his memories to pass on his daughter.
BEST FILM @ STTP MARCH 2017 AWARDS
Director: Hasan Can Dagli
Synopsis: A group of people organizes a special event in an abandoned mansion.
BEST FILM @ STTP APRIL 2017 AWARDS
Director: Anthony Salvatori
Synopsis: Vincent, a peaceful guy from the local mob, is a barber from Brooklyn. His shop is a forum. His clients (meaning his henchmen) have always a good story to tell. But how to distinguish between fantasy and reality?
INTO THE BLUE
BEST FILM @ STTP MAY 2017 AWARDS
Director: Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović
Synopsis: Thirteen year old Julija and her mother flee their abusive household to find refuge on an idyllic croatian island where Julija grew up. Emotionally scarred, Julija is desperate to reconnect with her best friend, Ana. But Ana is in love with a boy and Julija is no longer a priority. Ana’s mounting rejection re-ignites Julija’s wounds and family history, awakening the monster of violence she thought she’s left behind.
BEST FILM @ STTP JUNE 2017 AWARDS
Director: Elodie Bouédec
Synopsis: Fantine 10 goes with her father Pierre to the lab where he analyses the remains of Agnès Sorel, the mistress of Charles VII. The sight of her lonely skull on a shelf overwhelms the little girl. Troubled that there is nothing left between this skull and the woman Agnès Sorel, Fantine meets her ghost.