ECFA Award Winners

ECFA Award Winners edition 2020

ECFA Award at the Spirit Of Fire Festival in Khanty-Mansiysk (Russia): It’s not Forever” by Evgenia Jatskina & Alena Rubinstein (Russia, 2019).

ECFA Award at the JEF Festival in Antwerp, Bruges & other cities in Flanders (Belgium): “Binti” by Frederike Migom (Belgium, 2019).

ECFA Award at BUFF, the International Children and Young People’s Film Festival in Malmö (Sweden): “Fight Girl” by Johan Timmers (The Netherlands, 2018).

ECFA Award at Ciné-Jeune de l’Aisne in Guise (France): Je n’aime plus la mer by Idriss Gabel (Belgium, 2018).

ECFA Award at the International Children’s Film Festival in Kristiansand (Norway): “Fight Girl” by Johann Timmers (The Netherlands, 2018).

ECFA Award at the Lucas International Film Festival for Young Film Lovers in Frankfurt (Germany): “My Extraordinary Summer with Tess” by Steven Wouterlood (The Netherlands, 2019).

ECFA Award at the Schlingel International Film Festival for Children and Young Audience in Chemnitz (Germany): “Spread Your Wings” by Nicolas Vanier (France, 2019).

ECFA Award at the Kids Kino Festival in Warsaw 2019: “Romy’s Salon” by Mischa Kamp (The Netherlands & Germany, 2019).

ECFA Award at the Oulu International Children’s and Youth Film Festival (Finland): “Too Far Away” by Sarah Winkenstette (Germany, 2019).


ECFA Awards 2019 for SUPA MODO, FRUITS OF CLOUDS and LENNO & THE ANGELFISH

ECFA has presented their annual ECFA Awards for Best European Children’s Film, Best European Doc Award and Best European Short Award at the European Children’s Film Community Party during the Berlinale on 9 February, 2019.

The ECFA Award for Best European Children’s Film went to SUPA MODO directed by Likarion Wainana (Germany / Kenya). The film that premiered in 2018 in the Berlinale’s Generation+ Section tells the story of nine year old Jo, who copes with her terminal illness like a real superhero. The runners up were I AM WILLIAM by Jonas Elmer (Denmark) and LOS BANDO by Christian Lo (Norway).

 

 

The ECFA Doc Award 2019 was handed out to LENNO & THE ANGELFISH by director Shamira Raphaëla (The Netherlands).

In 2019 ECFA launched a third award. The very first ECFA Short Award for Best European Young Audience Short Film went to FRUITS OF CLOUDS directed Katerina Karkankova (Czech Republic).


ECFA Award Winners edition 2019

ECFA Award at the JEF Festival in Antwerp, Bruges & other cities in Flanders (Belgium): “Fanny’s Journey” by Lola Doillon (France and Belgium, 2016).

ECFA Award at BUFF, the International Children and Young People’s Film Festival in Malmö (Sweden): “I Am William” by Jonas Elmer (Denmark, 2017).

ECFA Award at Ciné-Jeune de l’Aisne (France): “Queen of Niendorf” by Joya Thome (Germany, 2016).

ECFA Award at the International Children’s Film Festival in Kristiansand (Norway): “Supa Modo” by Likarion Wainaina (Germany & Kenya, 2018).

ECFA Short Film Award at the Oberhausen International Short Film Festival (Germany): “Listen” by Astrid Bussink (The Netherlands, 2017).

ECFA Doc Award at the International Film Festival for Children and Youth in Zlín (Czech Republic): “Wilder than Wilderness” by Marián Polák (Czech Republic, 2018).

ECFA Award at the Cinema in Sneakers Festival in Warsaw (Poland): “The Breadwinner” by Nora Twomey (Ireland, Canada, Luxembourg, 2017).

ECFA Short Film Award at the Cinema in Sneakers Festival in Warsaw (Poland): “Fruits of Clouds” by Katerina Karhánková (Czech Republic, 2017).

ECFA Award at the Lucas International Festival for Young Filmlovers in Frankfurt (Germany): “Tongue Cutters” by Solveig Melkeraaen (Norway, 2017).

ECFA Award at the “Kino Dcieci” Kids Film Festival in Warsaw (Poland): “The Witch Hunters” by Rasko Miljkovic (Serbia, 2018).

ECFA Award at the Schlingel International Film Festival for Children and Young Audience in Chemnitz (Germany): “Matti and Sami and the three Biggest Mistakes in the Universe” by Stefan Westerwelle (Germany, 2018).

ECFA Documentary Award at the doxs! -Festival in Duisburg (Germany): “Apollo Javakheti” by Bakar Cherkezishvili (Georgia 2017).

ECFA Short Film Award at the BAB Festival (Biennial of Animation) in Bratislava (Slovakia): The Hedgehog’s Home by Eva Cvijanovic (Croatia and Canada, 2017).

ECFA Short Film Award at the Filem’on International Film Festival for Young Audience in Brussels (Belgium): “Provence” by Kato De Boeck (Belgium, 2018).

ECFA Documentary Award at the Filem’on International Film Festival for Young Audience in Brussels (Belgium): Lenno and the Angelfish by Raphaëla Shamira (The Netherlands, 2017).

ECFA Award at the Oulu International Children’s and Youth Film Festival (Finland): “I Am William” by Jonas Elmer (Denmark, 2017).

ECFA Award at the Just Film Children and Youth Film Festival in Tallinn (Estonia): “Los Bando” by Christian Lo (Norway, 2017).

ECFA Award at the Olympia International Film Festival for Children And Young People in Pyrgos (Greece): “Supa Modo” by Likarion Wainaina (Kenya & Germany, 2018).

ECFA Short Film Award at the Olympia International Film Festival for Children And Young People in Pyrgos (Greece): “The Theory of Sunset” by Roman Sokolov (Russia, 2017).

ECFA Documentary Award at the Olympia International Film Festival for Children And Young People in Pyrgos (Greece): “The Little One” by Diana Cam Van Nguyen (Czech Republic, 2017).

ECFA Award at Ale Kino! International Young Audience Film Festival in Poznan (Poland): “I Am William” by Jonas Elmer (Denmark, 2017).

ECFA Award at the Smile International Film Festival in New Delhi (India): “Los Bando” by Christian Lo (Norway, 2017).

 


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