Winners of FREENETWORLD 2015

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Jury of the festival this year were – president of the jury: Srdjan Savic, memebers of the jury Mihajlo Vitezović and Djordje Milosavljevic Gera. They had real hard work this year and from the selection they have made their decisions on all the winners of FreeNetWorld international short film festival this year 2015. Thank you for all the fimmakers that have send their films and our audience that was here with us, as well as the winner of the Best fiction film this year Lyubo Yonchev. Stay tuned with our Cinema cafe and other programs we have made for you this winter. We love you all!

Best FreeNetWorld Film Award:

Britva (Razor), Alexey Belyakov, Russia

The Second World War is over. But after each war the human destinies are left. This film is about two of them. The former officer of the Wehrmacht. The former prisoner of the Nazi concentration camp. They met in the torture chamber and all the power was in hands of the German. After all these years they meet again and the former prisoner gets the joker. Whisper, breath, nerves tensely strung and the razor so close to the throat.

Best Fiction:

Shooting star, Lyubo Yonchev, Bulgaria

Lilly (47) is a divorced mother of two – Martin, who has recently come of age, and the little Alexandra (5). One cold winter evening Martin takes Alexandra from kindergarten. In the dark streets of the neighborhood they become a part of a tragic accident that hardly can be forgotten or erased. Lilly and her kids have to make tough decisions, the consequences of which will change their life for good.


Best Animation:

Bendito Machine V – Fuel the Machines, Jossie Malis, Spain

If aliens arrived from outer space would they understand the wars we fight and the destruction we bring upon ourselves?

Best documentary:

Libero, Thomas Kunstler, Italy

Giuseppe “Libero” Spagnuolo is a man who in 1997 decided to retire to a village called Roscigno Vecchia that had already been abandoned since the 1900s. Right now the villages only inhabitant is Libero, who occupies a small home in what looks like a post apocalyptic landscape. His only links to the external world are the postcards and hats he receives from all around the globe and the occasional visitor to the village and an occasional musician that comes to the village to practice. Despite that he spends his days wandering around the village, contemplating life and nature.


Best experimental:

Hushed left jumped, Bruno Carnide, Portugal

A man speaks to the onlookers intimate moments of his life, which will eventually unveil his true essence. Faced with this reality, he decides to make a decision.


Audience award:

Britva (Razor), Alexey Belyakov, Russia


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