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2020 Winners

Swap Prizes

New Zealand Web Fest


New Jersey Web Fest


Asia Web Awards

Roar Epic

Miami Web Fest

Totò e Daiana

London Short Series Festival


Caorle Independent Film Festival

Flip the Switch

Caorle Independent Film Festival

Boldiouk & Bradock

Caorle Independent Film Festival

The Power of One Coin

Caorle Independent Film Festival

Totò e Daiana

Golden Ticket Award

The Last Look

BGeek Prizes

Genesis 88 di Franc Sellers (Spain)
AFK: this World & the Next di Peter Haynes (New Zealand)
Safrom di Nicola Barnaba (Italy)
The Worldwide Anthem di Alex “Welder” Diaz (Spain)
In the Land of Wolves di Oliver Mend, Rose of Dolls (Spain)
Epic Quest di Chelsea Goodman (Canada)
Relife di Arnaldo Gabrini (Italy)
End Unsung di Rolf Lindblom (Finland)
Angst di Ioanes Sinderman (Austria)
Rap Fighter Cup di Malec (France)
Underland di A.B. Ferraz (Brazil)
Fast Heroes Sixty di Cheng Klaus Schuh (Germany)
The League of S.T.E.A.M. di Paul Hough (United States)
Boldiouk & Bradock di Théophile Mou (Belgium)
Like me, Like a Joker di Buno Carmelo Mirabella (Italy)
Totò e Daiana di Riccardo Sai (Italy)


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Fehler 78

A group of survivors believe they are the only living beings on earth, but they will come across that this reality is not as they believed, and now they will have to do everything possible to survive.
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The One and Only Jewish Miss America

“The One and Only Jewish Miss America” is the surprising story of Bess Myerson, the talented beauty queen from the Bronx, and how she won the world’s most famous beauty pageant 75 years ago, at the tail end of World War II. The film follows Bess, the middle daughter of poor Russian immigrants, from her childhood in a one-bedroom Jewish housing project apartment through the suspense-filled pageant. Impressed by the college-educated musician, the judges chose her in spite of anonymous threatening phone calls and sponsor disapproval of a Jewish pageant winner. On her 1945 Miss America tour, Bess faced antisemitism and closed doors at race-restricted venues which did not allow Jews. It is also a story of courage as her disappointment turned to determination, leading Bess Myerson to start her own tour to teach tolerance at high schools and colleges around the country -- a tour which launched her lifelong passion for justice.
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