Congratulations to all our winners below.

Colmillo – Best International Film – Venezuela

Producer: Factor RH Producciones
Director: Albi De Abreu
Writers: Albi De AbreuShort


An indomitable stray dog takes as it’s territory the “home” of Mateo, a beggar immersed in solitude.
Mateo is determined to regain their space at any cost being a great battle, where the solitute and the company wil play each office.

Where The Sea Used To Be – Best Feature Film – Ireland

Producer:Sean Cuthbert
Director:Paul Farren
Writers:Stephen Walsh & Paul FarrenFeature


It’s Christmas Eve. The brothers Mulhall are meeting for a pint. One pint leads to two. Two pints lead to a few. A time to talk. Or not. And all roads lead home.

Sunday In Brazzaville – Best Documentary – Spain & Congo

Producer: Fasten Seat Belt
Director: Enric Bach & Adria Mones
Writers: Enric Bach & Adria MonesFeature Documentary
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A young radio talk host, Carlos La Menace, unveils in his weekend show three figures of Congo’s capital, Brazzaville. The Sapeur Yves Saint Laurent, surrounded
by extreme poverty, chooses elegance as a way of life. Cheriff buy valium online no prescription Bakala is not a usual rapper. Finally, Palmas Yaya, Brazzaville’s wrestling champion is relying on voodoo
to defend it’s throne in a crucial moment of his life.

Pixelation Daydreams – Best Animation – Ireland

Animation Team: Oisin Reynolds,
Thomas Brooks
John Kinsella,
Juvern Leomel To-Ong.Animation
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Steven Murray – Best Newcomer Writer in Fingal for Situations Vacant – Ireland

Producer: Annemarie Naughton
Director: Lisa Mulcahy
Writers: Steven MurrayFeature Film

When young Dave Bracken is unleashed on Dublin’s employment market with his effervescent imagination, his Father’s memory and Mother’s high hope, he soon discovers, after a first glimpse of the beautiful Lauren, how the phenomenon of human resource can leave
a human resource-less.

Two Hearts – Best Short Film – Ireland

Producer: Collette Farrell
Director: Darren Thornton
Writers: Colin ThorntonShort
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Lorna has worked hard to stay on the right track. But when a man from her past is released from prison, her emotions spiral out of control and finds herself inextricably drawn back to a life, and a love, that’s forbidden.