Winners of ÉCU - The European Independent Film Festival 2012

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Best European Independent Film 2012 – “Berlinoises”  by Rocco Labbé (France)

Best Short Script – “The Chicken” by Una Gunjak (UK)

Best Feature Script – “Sole” by Allee Pitaccio (USA)

The European Youth Excellence Award in Filmmaking – “Drawing a Smile” by ICFF (Cyprus)

Best Independent Experimental Film – “Achantè” by Emily McMehen (Canada)

Best Student Film – “Callum” by Michael Van Der Put (UK)

Best Non-European Independent Documentary – “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” by David Schmit (Australia)

Best Non-European Independent Dramatic Feature – “The Forest is Red” by David Jakubovic (USA)

Best Non-European Independent Dramatic Short – “Paul” by Adam Bizanski (Israel)

Best Independent Music Video – “House” by Prano Bailey-Bond (UK)

Best Independent Animation – “A Lost and Found Box of Human Sensation” by Martin Wallner and Stefan Leuchtenberg (Germany)

Best European Independent Documentary – “M Ferma” by Rita Broka (Latvia)

Best European Independent Dramatic Short – “The Corner Shop” by George Hamilton (UK)

Best European Independent Dramatic Feature – “Women and Children” by Daniel Mitelpunkt (UK)

E-Inclusion Film Award – “Time of the Plums” by Sezen Kayhan (Turkey)

Best Editing – “Her Mother’s Daughter” by Oonagh Kearney (UK)

Best Cinematography – “Iron Doors 3D” by Stephen Manuel (Germany)

Best Actor –  “Wacked..!” (Switzerland)

Best Actress – in “Maria” by Tesha Moon Krieg (Germany)

Best Director – for “The Return” by Blerta Zeqiri (Kosovo)

Audience Award – “The Rhythm of Life” by Franck Onouviet and Marc Tchicot (Gabon)

Special Jury Mentions:

“Bliss Street” by Paul Donovan (Canada)

“Zoltan: The Hungarian Gangster of Love” by Justin Reardon (USA)

“The Poet” by Mauro John Capece (Italy)

“My Friend, the Thief” by Roland Kennedy (UK)



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The European Independent Film Festival discovers, promotes and projects only the BEST independent films from around the world every year in Paris, France.

The selected titles represent the pinnacle of contemporary filmmaking talent from around the world and compete for the title of "Europe's Best Independent Film".

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