Winners of December 2020

Genocide in Pozsonyligetfalu/Petržalka (Directed by Dávid Géczy, Zoltán Udvardy) - BEST DOCUMENTARY WINNER

Who and why did put a bullet through the heads of Hungarian and German infants and children, in addition to exterminating whole families in the near of Přerov (Prerau), Moravia on June 18th 1945? For what reason were the bodies of murdered women and children cremated in the crematory of Olomouc (Olmütz), Moravia, after being disinterred by army units two years after the mass massacre? Why did the Czech historian who had detected the fate of massacred Hungarian and German families not get any appreciation or honor from Budapest? And what happened to those 90 Hungarian soldiers (levente) who were handed over to Slovak army soldiers by Soviet forces occupying Austria?


On Edge (Directed by Marzia Kamyabi) - BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM

A grandmother and grandson are reluctantly forced to spend an afternoon together. However, an act of nature brings them closer as a family.


The Ribbon (Directed by Jonathan Galland) - BEST ANIMATION FILM

A young girl suddenly finds herself in a beautiful imaginary world. As she explores this enchanting place, the long ribbon of her dress gets caught, holding her back. As she pulls on the ribbon to break free, a completely unexpected journey begins.

Occam's Razor - Short Film 1950's (Directed by Ranjit Singh) - BEST STUDENT CHOICE

A Psychological Thriller...A Young Woman searches for clues to find her missing Lover with the help of a Psychiatrist Friend!