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Los Angeles Cinematography Awards

LACA Film Festival is part of the:

An association of film festivals which highlight excellence in cinematography.

Screening in DOLBY – Hollywood

Official Qualifier To:

Cinematography AWARDS officially called the “Golden Eagle” is an award in the form of a statuette for outstanding achievements in the field of cinematography.

FEBRUARY 2020 WINNERS

BEST PICTURE OF THE MONTH


SHEEP HERO (Netherlands)


DIRECTOR & DOP: Ton van Zantvoort


PRODUCERS: Ton van Zantvoort and Marc Thelosen


About the Film:

“SHEEP HERO” is a 81-minute, poignant, cinematic documentary about a traditional shepherd who is forced to innovate in a neoliberal world that conflicts with his idealistic views. Will his struggle pay off or is he forced to go with the flock?

SHEEP HERO is selected in competition by 60+ (renowned) festivals such as IDFA, Visions du Réel, Thessaloniki and DOK.Fest and won a dozen awards already for best film, best director and best cinematography. SHEEP HERO is theatrically released in several European Countries. SHEEP HERO is the directors first long feature film. Besides directing it, he did production, cinematography, editing, grading and even the artwork.

Director Biography – Ton van Zantvoort

Ton van Zantvoort is an acclaimed Dutch director, whose films have screened at hundreds of (renowned) film festivals. His work has been broadcast all over the world and he has won dozens of awards. SHEEP HERO is his first long feature film. Besides directing it, he did production, cinematography, editing and even grading.

About the director
Ton van Zantvoort observes with great attention and takes us into the worlds of people on the edge, people who try to survive but are confronted by external forces such as tourism, international commerce and mass consumption. With great humanity, van Zantvoort shows us a different world in which all human life is valuable. His films are characterized by a language of intimate images, a poetic structure and enormous involvement. In his lyrical documentaries with socio-economic overtones he usually resists the temptation of doing interviews. His work is original and testifies to a great effort of will by the maker. The vision of a Western civilized person who holds up a mirror to us. A confronting mirror, but one that invites you to take a long good look.

 

AWARDS


BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY OF A DOCUMENTARY FILM


BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM


 

All Winners of the Categories:

The Best Picture of the Month has the Official Selection to Golden Eagles AWARDS and guaranteed screening in DOLBY Los Angeles. Rest films for the live screening jury will select from all Winners during a year. We will present the full list of selected films until the Notification Date.

SHEEP HERO<p>(Netherlands)

SHEEP HERO

(Netherlands)

2 AWARDS

Ton van Zantvoort and Marc Thelosen

LOUISE<p>(USA)

LOUISE

(USA)

2 AWARDS

Antoine Combelles

The Hunt<p>(United Kingdom)

The Hunt

(United Kingdom)

2 AWARDS

Fabio Olgiati and Theo Larruy Domenech

Cat In The Rain<p>(Turkey)

Cat In The Rain

(Turkey)

2 AWARDS

Semih Yildiz

Nox<p>(France)

Nox

(France)

2 AWARDS

Matt Passmore and Walter Mauriot

Sami<p>(USA)

Sami

(USA)

2 AWARDS

Kat Rodriguez, Brendan Forde and Bobby Cary

Aleksi<p>(Croatia)

Aleksi

(Croatia)

2 AWARDS

Barbara Vekarić, Marina Andree Skop and Darija Kulenovic

The Last Supper<p>(Germany)

The Last Supper

(Germany)

Best Cinematography of a Feature Film 

Konstantin Freyer

After That, We Didn’t Talk<p>(USA)

After That, We Didn’t Talk

(USA)

Best Short Film 

Tari Wariebi, Veronica Bouza and Duran Jones

E.14<p>(USA)

E.14

(USA)

Best Director 

Rafael Flores

Six Windows<p>(USA)

Six Windows

(USA)

Best American Film

Paul Goodman

One Girl’s Fire<p>(Australia)

One Girl’s Fire

(Australia)

Best Documentary Short Film 

Jake Blackburn and Gabby Ho

Office Song<p>(United Kingdom)

Office Song

(United Kingdom)

Best Experimental Short Film 

Marcus Markou and Muireann Price

The Three King’s Children<p>(Germany)

The Three King’s Children

(Germany)

Best Original Music Score  

Mathias Rehfeldt

A cat has four legs<p>(Russia)

A cat has four legs

(Russia)

Best Music Video 

Alexey Belkin and Vsevolod Alekhin

Sixth Grade<p>(China)

Sixth Grade

(China)

Best First Time Director 

Yuzhuo Wang

Namibia<p>(Italy)

Namibia

(Italy)

Best Aerial Cinematography

Marcello Ercole

Castle Mysteries on the French Riviera the Movie<p>(USA)

Castle Mysteries on the French Riviera the Movie

(USA)

Best Make-Up and Hairstyling

Gregory Ifergan, Colleen Konowitz and Yolanda Thayer

OFFICIAL SELECTION:

Los Angeles 2020

Building Bridges<p>(Germany)

Building Bridges

(Germany)

2 AWARDS

Johannes Olszewski and Mirko Prohaska

blackhole.<p>(USA)

blackhole.

(USA)

3 AWARDS

Holly Pilcavage, Samuel J. O'Connell, Alex Manganella and Jessica Ross

Florence<p>(USA)

Florence

(USA)

7 AWARDS

Emanuele Daga and Almotaz Aljefri

Missing<p>(USA)

Missing

(USA)

3 AWARDS

Alexander Hankoff and Nick Suttle

ANNA<p>(United Kigdom / Ukraine)

ANNA

(United Kigdom / Ukraine)

3 AWARDS

Dekel Berenson, Merlin Merton, Vitaliy Shermetiev and Olga Beskhmelnytsina

Honeymoon<p>(USA)

Honeymoon

(USA)

2 AWARDS

Amy Aniobi, Cemile Seren Turam and Nicole Jordan Webber

SHEEP HERO<p>(Netherlands)

SHEEP HERO

(Netherlands)

2 AWARDS

Ton van Zantvoort and Marc Thelosen

Ô<p>(France)

Ô

(France)

3 AWARDS

Chloe Dupeyrat

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