Award Winners 2020: Honorable Mentions

Award Winners 2020: Honorable Mentions

Enjoy all the films this year's jurors decided to award with an Honorable Mention. Congratulations to them all!

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Award Winners 2020: Honorable Mentions
  • The Affected (De berørte)

    Minutes before a plane's departure, a situation develops. A passenger refuses to sit down to prevent the deportation of another man. The pilot then finds himself having to take a political stand, the last thing he wants to do.

    ABOUT THE DIRECTOR:
    Rikke Gregersen was born in Kristiansand, Norway,...

  • The Devil's Harmony

    A bullied teenage girl leads an a cappella club on a trail of destruction against her high school enemies.

    ABOUT THE DIRECTOR:
    Dylan Holmes Williams is a London-based writer-director who's first short film, The Nightmare On Deskteeth Street premiered at BFI London Film Festival 2017. His second ...

  • Progressive Touch

    Can you fuck to an irregular beat? Sex as dance as comedy.
    Three atmospheric, absurdist love scenes in which the goal is to "improve" sex by complicating its rhythm and choreography. Sex as dance as comedy. Enacted by three real life couples, the dancers' every explicit move is synchronized to th...

  • With Abu Jamal (Hos Abu Jamal)

    For almost 60 years, Abu Jamal has sold single cigarettes and sweets in the center of Ramallah, Palestine. Despite the language barrier, director Siri decides to set up her camera in his shop to spend time with him.

    ABOUT THE DIRECTOR:
    Siri Nerbø is a documentary filmmaker and sign language tran...

  • Ane Brun: Don't Run and Hide

    At first glance the characters may look different, but it soon becomes clear that all are in the same battles, fighting the same demons.

    ABOUT THE DIRECTOR:
    Stian Andersen is an award-winning director. For the last 20 years he has traveled the world working as a director and photographer in musi...

  • Human Nature

    A film about the love animals have for people, and the harm they consciously or unconsciously cause us.

    ABOUT THE DIRECTOR:
    Sverre Fredriksen grew up in the woods of Norway. While studying film in Australia he completed Power Up, his first film to be screened at international festivals, winning ...