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NewChat Fantastic Film Festival Reveals The Winners Of The Bumper Edition

French director Simon Reith’s debut feature Summer Scars (Nos Ceremonies) won the Best Feature award at the Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival (NIFFF) in Switzerland, which closed on Saturday 9 July.

Summer Scarves is sold by Wild Bunch International.

International Jury President Joyce Carol Oates said, “Brilliant and audacious, beautifully directed and performed in Conception, Summer Scars is a startlingly original exploration of an intimate bond between brothers, which translates into words other than their own.” opposes.

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Fire-breathing girl power drama, Blaze, from Kathryn Barton

The Imaging the Future Award for Best Production Design given to the fire-breathing girl power drama, Blaze, from Australian artist and director Dale Kathryn Barton. It comes with CHF 5,000 ($5,000), awarded by the Center Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique (CSEM). Blaze sold by MK2 Films.

Italian filmmaker Gabriele Manetti

Italian filmmaker Gabriele Manetti’s Freaks Out won the audience award, while the award for best Asian film, also chosen by the audience, followed by Taiwanese director Chris Huang Wen-Chang’s epic martial arts puppet adventure, Demigod: The Legend Begins. Gone. It is sold by Pili International Multimedia Company.

International Critics Award

The International Critics Award given to Tunisian director Yusuf Chebbi’s Ashkal, sold by The Party Film Sales, while the Youth Award, given by the Denis-de-Rougemont High School jury, given to the hypochondriac by American director Addison Heyman, known for his Sold by Reel Suspects.

Best Spectacular European Feature Film

Distributed in Switzerland by Ascot Elite Entertainment Group in Switzerland, UK director Alex Garlands Main picked up the NIFFF nomination for Best Spectacular European Feature Film – Silver Melius. The closing film of the festival, the Chinese animated feature I Am What I Am, directed by Sun Haipeng, Screened on Saturday after the award ceremony.

A record 50,000 spectators reported attending films and masterclasses at the festival

“For more than a week, Neuchâtel was the point of convergence for fictional worlds from around the planet,” said festival director Pierre-Yves Walder at the top of its first edition. “Celebrating the plurality of the fantasy genre, the festival was able to attract a wide and diverse audience, which bodes well for the future of NIFFF.”

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