The Radicalization Of Jeff Boyd – Best Director & Best Cinematography Award (Switzerland)
A businessman, Jeff Boyd, dreams of living in Australia where his friend Morton, a crazy bakery shop owner, already has settled down. Morton keeps trying to persuade Jeff to come down soon and help him in his bakery. And Frank, who always lets Jeff stay at his place while he’s abroad, advises him, he should invest with Mr. Mueller from Marinin Resources Inc., a commodity trading firm. As Jeff signs the investment contract, he’s full of hope to leave the country with a pocket full of cash. But after a phone call with Mueller, he realizes that it’s not that easy. During a heavy argument with his boss at work, Jeff’s world collapses. That’s when he meets Wendy who’s also in a delicate state. As they get to know each other, they discover being soulmates. Their common worries about the world and what it develops into comes more and more to light. They want to make a change and develop a dangerous plan.
All the King's Men- 1910 Cornhusker Football – Best Director Award (United States)
A National Champion Coach and a roster full of Nebraska kids take on a very different game of College football in Downtown Lincoln, Nebraska. Cornhusker Head Coach William Cole had to find a way to win or face the wrath of the Students and the Fans. One thing he did know, they were going to have to fight to win the Missouri Valley Conference.
terroir – Best Women Filmmaker Award (United States)
The French word ‘terroir’ is used across many languages and cultures to describe the soil and climate factors that give wine its character. Metaphorically, we can look at our human upbringing and the resulting character of various world cultures as ‘terroir’. Factually, we all originate from women, but it is the rare culture that respects or honors this truth. Why do we pervert the vessel of life to its own self-denial?