Wiz-Art 2014 Grand Prix
KILLING AUNTIE, dir. Mateusz Głowacki
Killing Auntie performs a perfect balance between an unrealistic story and the convincing way of telling it. Although Killing Auntie has very good directing, editing and comic timing, it is difficult to describe. You just have to watch it!
Best Ukrainian Film
THE GUM, dir. Olha Makarchuk
The Jury has to admit that being a gum for 8 minutes seems to be more interesting then being a person.
COUNTERPART, dir. Adrian Sitaru
An unusual way of describing a well-known problem in a sexual relationship with humor and realism.
WHERE WE ARE, dir. Ilker Çatak
We’re guided through a classic story with a firm direction that leads us to a delicate point where the ego of a mother becomes less important than the love for her daughter.
HARVEST, dir. Chaja Hertog and Nir Nadler
A visually funny and absurd way of describing the horrors of terror.
Special mention 1
STEW AND PUNCH, dir. Simon Ellis
Stew and Punch is a simple story about the power balance in male and female relationships, done with an impressive camera work and complex character direction.
Special mention 2
PRIDE, dir. Pavel Vesnakov
Pride is an example of a film that mirrors one problem though another, that makes both of them easier to live with.