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Cinematography AWARDS officially called the “Golden Eagle” is an award in the form of a statuette for outstanding achievements in the field of cinematography.

WINNERS NOVEMBER 2019

New York Cinematography AWARDS (NYCA)

Best Film of the Month

Silence (United States)


DIRECTOR & DOP: Ruben Latre


PRODUCER: Melissa Beth

About the film:

Silence. a visual poem. by Ruben Latre

About director:

Spanish director, Ruben Latre developed his distinctive style over the course of 8 years working as a motion graphics artist and editor. Ruben began directing commercials in 2009, combining his technical mastery with a captivating, emotionally-charged approach to visual storytelling. In his first year as a commercial director, Ruben received 3 nominations for Best New Director in Spain, ultimately winning the award. Ruben has a way of seeing beauty in all things, and bringing that out in all his work. On his free days, you can find Ruben photographing nature or spending time with his wife and two children in Connecticut.

The Best Film of the Month has the Official Selection to Golden Eagles AWARDS and guaranteed screening in the cinema.The rest films for the live screening jury will select from all Winners during a year. We will present the full list of selected films until the Notification Date.

4 AWARDS:


Best Short Film


Best Cinematography


Best Editing


Best Cinematographer


All Winners of the Categories – NOVEMBER:

The best films. Congratulations to All Filmmakers !!!

Silence<p>(United States)

Silence

(United States)

4 AWARDS

Ruben Latre

Year of Innocence<p>(Canada/China)

Year of Innocence

(Canada/China)

3 AWARDS

Li Zhang

The Remaining Eight<p>(Hungary)

The Remaining Eight

(Hungary)

2 AWARDS

Mór Kőműves

Highland Home<p>(United States)

Highland Home

(United States)

2 AWARDS

Dan Schaefer & Kurt Rosenberg

In The Mud<p>(China)

In The Mud

(China)

3 AWARDS

Dominic Yeh

One Last Monster<p>(United States)

One Last Monster

(United States)

2 AWARDS

Gene Kim

Nasir and The Others<p>(Turkey/Somalia)

Nasir and The Others

(Turkey/Somalia)

BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM

Zeynep Gulru Keçeciler

Chèche Lavi<p>(Mexico)

Chèche Lavi

(Mexico)

BEST FIRST TIME DIRECTOR

Sam Ellison

On The President’s Orders<p>(United States/Philippines)

On The President’s Orders

(United States/Philippines)

BEST DOCUMENTARY CINEMATOGRAPHY

Olivier Sarbil

You Didn’t Come to See My Band<p>(United States)

You Didn’t Come to See My Band

(United States)

BEST SCEENPLAY

David Ballard

EXPEDITION TO THE PLANET CHAD<p>(Ukraine)

EXPEDITION TO THE PLANET CHAD

(Ukraine)

BEST NATURE/TRAVEL FILM

Andrii Andreiev

NATURAL MYSTIC<p>(France)

NATURAL MYSTIC

(France)

BEST AERIAL CINEMATOGRAPHY

Maxime Moulin

PALINDROME<p>(United Kingdom)

PALINDROME

(United Kingdom)

BEST LGBTQ FILM

Marcus Flemmings

Reverb<p>(United States)

Reverb

(United States)

BEST STUDENT DIRECTOR

Arsal Asal

Let me run<p>(United States)

Let me run

(United States)

BEST USA FILM

Elmar Bayramov & Konul Kangarli

A New Generation<p>(United States)

A New Generation

(United States)

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

Jason Winfield & Kristina Smith

EVE<p>(United States)

EVE

(United States)

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

Mae Horak

THERAPY<p>(United States)

THERAPY

(United States)

BEST PRODUCER

Lindsay Guion, Lex Lewter, Minday Rosairo & Elle Monet

Nipponia Nippon Fukushima Rhapsody<p>(Japan)

Nipponia Nippon Fukushima Rhapsody

(Japan)

BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM

Ryo Saitani

Destino

Destino

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

Julia Sokolowska

Oxford Through the Lens<p>(United Kingdom)

Oxford Through the Lens

(United Kingdom)

BEST COMMERCIAL

Douglas Vernimmen & Robbie Dickson

Official Selected Film to the Live Screening

The Best Film of the Month has the Official Selection to Golden Eagles AWARDS and guaranteed screening in the cinema.The rest films for the live screening jury will select from all Winners during a year. We will present the full list of selected films until the Notification Date.

Are You Volleyball?! <p>(Iran)

Are You Volleyball?!

(Iran)

4 AWARDS

Mohammad Bakhshi

Ji<p>(United States)

Ji

(United States)

2 AWARDS

Ben Griffin

MARRAS<p>(Finland)

MARRAS

(Finland)

8 AWARDS

Sami Mustonen

Black Earth Rising<p>(United Kingdom)

Black Earth Rising

(United Kingdom)

2 AWARDS

Steve Small

Ghost in the Gun<p>(United States)

Ghost in the Gun

(United States)

9 AWARDS

Andrew Chen

PLAY<p>(Poland)

PLAY

(Poland)

4 AWARDS

Piotr Sulkowski

Silence<p>(United States)

Silence

(United States)

4 AWARDS

Ruben Latre

Wives Of The Skies<p>(United States)

Wives Of The Skies

(United States)

7 AWARDS

Honey Lauren

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