2017 Winners

Congratulations to the 2017 Flagler Film Festival AWARD WINNERS!!

 

 Audience Choice:

Student Film: Life of a Student (Bella Herrera)

Drama: Unspoken (Todd Sandler)

Comedy: Shadows in the Dark (TL Westgate)

Horror/Thriller: Fils (Cyrus Neshvad)

International: La Vie (Javi Munoz)

Anything Goes Light: A Love By Your Side (Paul Spencer Alexander)

Anything Goes Dark: Mismatch & Lighter (Mark Datuin)

Animation: Borrowed Time (Lou Hamou-Lhadj & Andrew Coats)

Documentary: After Sandy (Joe Minella)

 

Festival Winners:

Best Documentary Feature: Nathan East: For the Record

Best Director Documentary: Emily Abt (Daddy Don’t Go)

Best Short Documentary: The Call from the Sea

Best Director Documentary Short: Alex Kruz & Alex Lora (Parivara)

Best Cinematography Documentary: Struggle & Hope

Best Comedy: Shadows in the Dark

Best Director Comedy: Chloe Marcais (Texte a Trous)

Best Actress Comedy: Audrey Noone (What the Doctor Ordered)

Best Actor Comedy: Christopher Brian Roach (Umbrellas Kill)

Best Drama: Good Morning

Best Director Drama: Hakym Reagan (The Stairs)

Best Cinematography Horror/Thriller: 12 Kilometers

Best Actor Drama or Thriller: Luke Cook (Good Morning)

Best Actress Drama or Thriller: Diana Murphy (Good Morning)

Best Horror/Thriller: Undertaking

Best Director Horror/Thriller: R. Shanea Williams (Paralysis)

Best Animation: Borrowed Time

Best International Production: Cuerdas (Strings)

Best Director International: James Francis Khehtie (The Telegram Man)

Best Anything Goes Light: Talking to Myself

Best Anything Goes Dark: Manifest Destiny

Indie Auteur: Mark Datuin

Best in Florida: Espionage 101

Best Student Film: Finless

Best Director Student Film: William Bajalia (Shoelaces)

Best Ensemble Cast: Shadows in the Dark

Best International Cast: Mismatch & Lighter

Best Cinematography International: Invisible Point

Best Director Anything Goes – Light: Philippe LaCoeuille (Le Risqué Zero)

Best Director Anything Goes – Dark: Michael Chan (Cavities)

Best Actress International: Nadia Santiago (Postcards)

Best Actor International: Fernando Guallar (Postcards)