ACFF 2019 - 3rd edition

Winners 2019

ACFF 2019 Award Winners

Screening Selection 2019

Dead Birds
Dead Birds

Dir: Johnny Kenton Dead Birds is a twisted Super Natural Black Comedy about competitive mother daughter relationships, losing your religion and learning how far you'd go to get what you want.

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A Young Girl
A Young Girl

Dir: Jeannice Adriaansens A grieving elderly and rather confused farmer is slowly losing touch with reality.

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Amina, My Sister
Amina, My Sister

Dir: Patrick Bodenham The personal story of a family of Rohingya refugees from persecution in Myanmar into the world's newest and largest refugee camp.

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EXILE AND BELONGING:
EXILE AND BELONGING:

Dir: Christina MacGillivray In Exile and Belonging, we see seven stories of migration from seven different countries.

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Nina
Nina

Dir: Maria Winther Olsen NINA is a Faroese-Danish low-budget feature film about the aspiring author Nina who moves to the remote island country Faroe Islands together with her boyfriend William.

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Little manifesto
Little manifesto

Dir: Roberto Porta A trivial story about two people that meet at a party and spend the night together, told in the most pretentious, most poetic, but above all, most solemn possible ways.

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La Perla after Maria
La Perla after Maria

Dir: Clari del Pilar This documentary is a reflection on the tenderness of life, and the healing power of collective unity and kindness in the face of tragedy.

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Amistosa
Amistosa

Dir: Valerie Schwarz "Amistosa" is an animated nature documentary that observes a quiet, happy, rainforest town and its residents.

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Lowland Kids
Lowland Kids

Dir: Sandra Winther As climate change erases the Louisiana coast, the last two teenagers on Isle de Jean Charles fight to stay on an island that's been their family home for generations.

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Failing Up
Failing Up

Dir: Jackie Goss “Failing Up” describes career advancement despite bad decisions, bankruptcies, and intellectual mediocrity.

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Among Wolves
Among Wolves

Dir: Shawn Convey Still struggling from the aftermath of the Bosnian War, this multi-ethnic club organizes charity for their small mountain town and defends the threatened herd of wild horses they first met on the frontline.

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Roar
Roar

Dir: Nikolaj Storgaard Mortensen In the not-too-distant future, Lars and Mille are trying to start a family and seek treatment at a fertility clinic.

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FlyTrap
FlyTrap

Dir: Connor Bland Charles falls into a germaphobic hysteria living under the unsanitary habits of his roommate.

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A Thousand Ukuleles
A Thousand Ukuleles

Dir: Rhys Edwards A master luthier reflects on his life's work and legacy.

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Man Of Circles
Man Of Circles

Dir: Victor Chaos For Jakob only one thing is an absolute certainty: The book he is writing is going to change everything.

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Nini
Nini

Dir: Rachel (Yingzong Xin) Cici's good friend Nini was taken away. At midnight, Nini returned to her friend and tried to tell her something.

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What remains
What remains

Dir: Chiara Fleischhacker At the end of her wedding day, the bride Elaha has locked herself in the bathroom with her two closest friends to insert an artificial hymen inside her.

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we are thankful
we are thankful

Dir: Joshua Magor A film based on real events, re-enacted by those who lived through them, we follow this extraordinary man as he does all he can to try and improve his life and take control of his fortune.

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Tomatic
Tomatic

Dir: Christophe Saber Three best friends, Jimmy, Samy and Sofi, have the trailblazing idea to turn a chocolate dispenser into a pot-vending machine. Also, there’s a dog in the film.

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Dias del mar (Seadays)
Dias del mar (Seadays)

Dir: Sebastian Salfate The documentary tries to problematize the idea of the Salt Flat as a symbolic reference of the bilateral tension between Chile and Bolivia, evoking a sensation of absence and reminiscence, as a sea suspended in time.

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Shy Guys
Shy Guys

Dir: Fredric Lehne Two strangers (2016 Tony winner Reed Birney and newcomer Blake DeLong) bring the laughs as they confront and resolve one of the most insidious scourges afflicting mankind - while standing at public urinals with their willies out.

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The Call
The Call

Dir: Anca Damian An aged woman is taking a bath. While entering the water, a new world reveals. The phone, on a chair, connects her with her son and is the only link to the real world.

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Unforgivable
Unforgivable

Dir: Giosuè Petrone Unforgivable is the story of Alice and Emmanuel, two people on opposing sides during the Rwandan genocide in 1994.

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Where the light is
Where the light is

Dir: Nikolaj Fremming A young girl trapped in a cycle of nightmares feels that she must save the world in order to break out.

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Volar (Flying)
Volar (Flying)

Dir: Bertha Gaztelumendi This film gathers nine survivors of gender violence, among whom there is an architect, a university professor, a cleaning lady and a student. They all share a weekend in the countryside, in the heart of the Basque Country.

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