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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 2020

New York Cinematography AWARDS (NYCA)

Best Film of the Month

Whisper (Hungary)


DIRECTOR: Adam Breier & Ina Nersesian


PRODUCER: Patricia D’intino


DOP: Ina Nersesian


About the film:

In times of war. When fear sneaks into a little girl’s dreams turning them into nightmares. A tender relationship between a grandmother and her granddaughter helps her feel safe. Through games and routines that the grandmother creates in order to protect the little girl, and teach her a valuable lesson of courage.

Director Biography – Adam Breier, Ina Nersesian

Adam Breier has received an MA degree specialized in Media Studies in Hungary, he took screenwriting courses in New York, and later on he has graduated from the EICTV (EscuelaInternacional de Cine y Television) in Cuba majoring in fiction directing.

His short fiction and documentary films have been shown in festivals in more than twenty countries of the world including A-category festivals as Montreal World Film Festival and Zinebi Bilbao.

Adam has lived and worked in France, Cuba, and the USA and he is fluent in French, Spanish, English, and Hungarian. Right now he is working on his first feature project.


Ina Nersesian was born on the 4th of August, 1990, Republic of Georgia. Since her childhood, she was interested in photography.
In 2014 she graduated from Shota Rustaveli Film and Theatre University of Georgia, Major in Cinematography. The same year she became the UN special prize winner of the International Festival “GoldenEye”. In 2017, a full scholarship holder of Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Program “Viewfinder”.

While graduating MA in 2019, she had an opportunity to make a short fiction film, “Whisper”, as a director and cinematographer in the same time, a special mention to this short biography, because this film opens up the long-forgotten door into her childhood, to her grandmother, to a person who grew in Ina a dream to become a creator.

AWARDS:


BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY


BEST DIRECTOR


BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN


BEST YOUNG ACTRESS


BEST FILM POSTER


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.

All Winners of the Categories – NOVEMBER 2020:

The best films. Congratulations to All Filmmakers !!!

Whisper<p>(Hungary)

Whisper

(Hungary)

5 AWARDS

Adam Breier & Ina Nersesian

The Sleepless<p>(United States)

The Sleepless

(United States)

2 AWARDS

Kami Sadraei

Motorvation<p>(United States)

Motorvation

(United States)

2 AWARDS

Angus Benfield

Tijuana I love you<p>(Mexico)

Tijuana I love you

(Mexico)

2 AWARDS

Rene Bueno

The Passenger<p>(New Zealand)

The Passenger

(New Zealand)

2 AWARDS

Aquila Veloria

Be unbreakable<p>(Austria)

Be unbreakable

(Austria)

2 AWARDS

Christoph Amort

I am Chuma <p>(South Africa)

I am Chuma

(South Africa)

2 AWARDS

Wendy Spinks & Clea Mallinson

The Colour of Spring<p>(Canada)

The Colour of Spring

(Canada)

2 AWARDS

Paul Andrew Kimball

Hunger<p>(Spain)

Hunger

(Spain)

2 AWARDS

Manu Herrera

STEVE BALBI – WONDERFUL<p>(Australia)

STEVE BALBI – WONDERFUL

(Australia)

2 AWARDS

Tanzeal Rahim

L’ultimo whisky con il cappellaio matto<p>(Italy)

L’ultimo whisky con il cappellaio matto

(Italy)

BEST SHORT FILM

Nello Petrucci

KEEP MUM<p>(United Kingdom)

KEEP MUM

(United Kingdom)

BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM

Luana Di Pasquale

Kingdoms of Fire, Ice & Fairy Tales<p>(South Africa)

Kingdoms of Fire, Ice & Fairy Tales

(South Africa)

BEST NATURE/TRAVEL FILM

Susan Scott

Well Dressed Lie<p>(United States)

Well Dressed Lie

(United States)

BEST LGBTQ FILM

Raymond Williams

The Strange Affair of the Elevator<p>(United States)

The Strange Affair of the Elevator

(United States)

BEST SCREENPLAY

Katy Regnery

The Himba<p>(Turkey / Namibia)

The Himba

(Turkey / Namibia)

BEST DOCUMENTARY CINEMATOGRAPHY

Mazlum Demirbag

The Moore Family Haunting<p>(United States)

The Moore Family Haunting

(United States)

BEST STUDENT FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY

Ryan Urzi

OBSESSION<p>(United States)

OBSESSION

(United States)

BEST USA CINEMATOGRAPHY

Joe Toto

Bang Bang<p>(Poland)

Bang Bang

(Poland)

BEST MUSIC VIDEO CINEMATOGRAPHY

Marta Koszowy

Polar Spin<p>(Mexico)

Polar Spin

(Mexico)

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

Arcadio Martínez Lanz

Maria the Korean Bride: Ghost Wedding <p>(United States)

Maria the Korean Bride: Ghost Wedding

(United States)

BEST PRODUCER

Maria Yoon & E-Wei Tao

The Distinguished Gentleman<p>(United States)

The Distinguished Gentleman

(United States)

BEST FIRST TIME DIRECTOR

Jean Pierre Kathoefer

Monochrome<p>(Australia)

Monochrome

(Australia)

BEST STUDENT CINEMATOGRAPHER

Robert Plaza

CROATIA – YOUR NEXT FILMING DESTINATION<p>(Croatia)

CROATIA – YOUR NEXT FILMING DESTINATION

(Croatia)

BEST AERIAL CINEMATOGRAPHY

Herve Tirmarche

The King<p>(Spain / Maldives)

The King

(Spain / Maldives)

BEST UNDERWATER CINEMATOGRAPHY

Oriol Viver Torres

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.

Kay<p>(Japan)

Kay

(Japan)

5 AWARDS

Hironori Kujiraoka

Malakout <p>(Iran)

Malakout

(Iran)

8 AWARDS

Farnoosh Abedi

The Haunted Swordsman<p>(United States)

The Haunted Swordsman

(United States)

4 AWARDS

Kevin McTurk

Star Child<p>(France)

Star Child

(France)

4 AWARDS

Alex Guéry

Rebel<p>(Canada)

Rebel

(Canada)

4 AWARDS

Pier-Philippe Chevigny

Whisper<p>(Hungary)

Whisper

(Hungary)

5 AWARDS

Adam Breier & Ina Nersesian

Paris you got me<p>(Germany)

Paris you got me

(Germany)

6 AWARDS

Julie Boehm

Making Peace<p>(United States)

Making Peace

(United States)

5 AWARDS

Judah Ray

UNDER THREAT<p>(Poland)

UNDER THREAT

(Poland)

5 AWARDS

Ewa Stankiewicz

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