2019 GOLDEN FOX WINNERS!!!!!

GOLDEN FOX – Awarded to three exceptional films

Come What May (UK, 2018) 16min 8sec Director: Roland Spencer

A documentary following the extraordinary, and yet often unseen, life of a parent-carer.

Village In The Sky  (India, 2018) 19min 52sec Director: RAMESH LAXMANRAO HOLBOLE

With neither sufficient drinking water nor irrigation facilities, out of desperation, Bhimrao digs a well to quench his own as well as his farm’s thirst. This documentary portrays the people of Aagaswadi and their confrontation with drought and other adversities, as well as relations affected by it. All done in the shadows of green energy. Eye opening and highly cinematic.

Aheng (Iran, 2018 ) 29min 56 sec Director: Mohammad Sadeq Esmaeili

7 women living in an a small village in Iran, cooperate and decide to find a way to release their husbands from an 18 year prison sentence. An unflinching look at opium and its influence on rural life in Iran.

SPOTLIGHT AWARD – An exceptional documentary focusing on a subject that is typically out of the public eye

Life In A Dump (USA) 10min 4sec Director: Joe Dorris

A small community outside of the Guatemalan city of Chiquimula share about their lives living by the city’s garbage dump.

MIDWEST FOX – An exceptional Midwest produced film

Concrete Dreams (USA, 2019) 19min 20sec Director: Nick Nummerdor and Andrew Morgan

Concrete Dreams follows suburban mother Paulina Jimenez, who dreams of funding a free public skatepark in her hometown Villa Park IL. The series follows the project’s struggles and triumphs over a from concept to its impact on the community. Part of a 3 part documentary series by former “Dox” award winners Nick Nummerdor and Andrew Morgan.

Hoan Alone (USA, 2018) 8min 36 sec Director: Aaron Johnson

Milwaukee’s Daniel Hoan Memorial Bridge is the crown over Summerfest and has become one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. But it’s also a popular site for suicides. This animated documentary explores the issues of the bridge and suicide through three intimate interviews. Follow animator, Aaron Johnson, as he shares the stories of Dave, John, and Mary.  This film is a spellbinding mix of animation and interviews.

EXCELLENCE IN DOCUMENTARY CINEMATOGRAPHY -Awarded to three films with visual excellence.

Village In The Sky  (India, 2018) 19min 52sec Director: RAMESH LAXMANRAO HOLBOLE

With neither sufficient drinking water nor irrigation facilities, out of desperation, Bhimrao digs a well to quench his own as well as his farm’s thirst. This documentary portrays the people of Aagaswadi and their confrontation with drought and other adversities, as well as relations affected by it. All done in the shadows of green energy. Eye opening and highly cinematic.

Aheng (Iran, 2018 ) 29min 56 sec Director: Mohammad Sadeq Esmaeili

7 women living in an a small village in Iran, cooperate and decide to find a way to release their husbands from an 18 year prison sentence. An unflinching look at opium and its influence on rural life in Iran.

Love Letters To Death (New Zealand, 2018) 15min Director: Simon Ray

This film is a personal, poetical journey reflecting on mystery and mortality as a response to the encounter with a mysterious collection of tiny wooden coffins discovered in a cave on an extinct volcano in Edinburgh 200 years ago.

Their history and archaeology collides with the director’s personal response in a swirl of imagery and emotion, shifting locked memories

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