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AWARDS 2022

ANCHOR AWARDS

Dominic Grant Anchor for Best Feature Film: RESET by Mohammad Reza Lofti (Iran)
Best Director: Øysten Kloster for THE MAKEOVER OF ASHTON CROYD (Germany)
Brenda Blethyn Special Award for Best First Film: VASY’S ODYSSEY (Greece) by Vasileios Papatheocharis
Best Actor: Zohar Sabag for IFTAH (Israel)
Best Actress: Alexandra Gilbreth for THE ART OF LOVE (Switzerland)
Special Commendation for Oznur Cifci for CRUSHED WINGS (UK)
Best Script: Marissa Flaxbart for THE MIRROR GAME (USA)
Best Experimental Feature: LIMONADA by Ethan Maniquis (Dominican Republic)
Best Feature Documentary: SWEEPING YEREVAN by Nairi Hakhverdi (Armenia)
Best Soundtrack: Juanjo Molina for CRUSHED WINGS (UK)
Best UK Short: THE INFECTIOUS IMAGINATION OF HENRY BRAMBLE by Derek Boyes
Special Commendation: LIVING THINGS by Tom Cozens
Best International Short: tie between BREAKPOINT by Nicola Panay (France) and MY FRIEND ALPACA by Maxim Balter (Ukraine)
Special Commendation: GLANCES by Aleksei Borovikov (USA)
Best Adapted Short: A GIFT FOR ALL AGES by Russell Webb (USA)
Best Local Short: HARRY THE HAMSTER by Lewis Reeves
Best Short Documentary: LYDIA EMILY’S LAST MURAL by Christoph Johannes Superstar Greene (USA)
Best Local Short Documentary: RYAN’S LIFE OF LOVE AND SOLITUDE by Ant Wright
Best Short Experimental: CHALK by Mandy Williams (UK)
Best Short Animation: ONE LAST WISH by Galia Osmo (Israel)
Best Web Series / TV Pilot: HUDSON FALLS by Elias Plagianos (USA)
Best Music Video: DAYLIGHT by Lee McQueen (UK)
Special Outreach Awards:
THE BONSAI by Dipa Basnet and Anil Rimal (Nepal)
WALKTHROUGH by Sofia Salt (Portugal)
ONE DAY AT A TIME by Trey Williams (UK)

FIGHT BACK AWARDS

Best Feature Film: SUNRAY by Natalie Spence (Australia)
Best Cast Ensemble: Scott Mann, Ame Livingston, Bryan Bachman, Leonard Bruce for LAST OUT (USA)
Best Short Film: I’M PHIL (USA) by Phil Thibault
Best Short Script: FORCES OF DECADENCE by Phil Hollins (USA)

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The Ramsgate International Film & TV Festival is a celebration of new works by local and international filmmakers, embracing innovative storytelling and new technologies, where diversity and inclusion are a matter of fact. The festival wants to nurture emerging talents and confirmed filmmakers.
The Ramsgate International Film and TV Festival is held in Ramsgate with its stunning Royal Harbour, unique in England and its surroundings. The organisation also runs a variety of screenings throughout the year to bring more international independent cinema to local audiences as well as various events and workshops.
The Festival focus is to show new works and help promote film makers. Screenings are complemented by a strong programme of quality events and seminars, with industry professionals of high reputation, who have already confirmed their attendance.
All screenings are chosen by the Selection Committee, which is composed of a panel of industry professionals and local residents.
To add to the experience, festival goers will have the opportunity to explore the area rich in culture, maritime heritage and historic architecture, and enjoy its waterside and cafés.
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