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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.

MARCH 2021 WINNERS

BEST PICTURE OF THE MONTH


Wretched Things (United States)


DIRECTOR: Gage Oxley


Writer: Gage Oxley


About the Film:

After months of isolation and financial pressures, a young man plunges into a world of online sex-work, and soon finds a new sense of confidence in his image and exploration of his sexuality. Yet, in a world of technology, can he keep safe what matters?


Director Biography – Gage Oxley:

Gage Oxley is the managing director of Oxygen Films, a non-profit, community-interest production company with bases in Leeds, Manchester and London.

His role involves working with international charities, young creatives and LGBTQ* organisations around the world to create challenging motion pictures that facilitate and encourage open discussion on some of the most difficult aspects of a modern LGBTQ* community.

Gage is an ambassador of mental health, sexuality and young people at ITV Yorkshire, and is an award-winning film director, writer and author. He works with and champions young artists from around the world, and aims to present a platform for their work and talent.

Gage’s films have reached over 5,000,000 people worldwide, and explore themes from drug abuse, chemsex, gun control, AIDS crisis, internalised homophobia and the abuse from those in power in the entertainment industry as amplified by the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements. These films have created diverse and powerful debates and discussions, and have lead to our audience members accessing the mental health services they require, as well as assisting with the process of coming out and being ones authentic self.

Gage makes films because he knows how powerful a tool it can be to reach people. As a young gay person growing up, he recognised the severe lack of representation for gay and queer people in film and television, and I felt it was a responsibility to offer a little part of that.

AWARDS


BEST SHORT FILM


BEST DIRECTOR


BEST ACTOR


 

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.

Wretched Things<p>(USA)

Wretched Things

(USA)

3 AWARDS

Gage Oxley

A Man With Emotions<p>(USA)

A Man With Emotions

(USA)

4 AWARDS

Miki Inoguchi

The Bookshop<p>(United Kingdom)

The Bookshop

(United Kingdom)

3 AWARDS

Ali Farahani & Gareth Fry

The Last Summer<p>(USA)

The Last Summer

(USA)

3 AWARDS

Iris Lee

Reconcile <p>(USA)

Reconcile

(USA)

2 AWARDS

Killian Davies, Rachel Gipson, James Carrillo and Rachel Taggatz

Out of Chaos, an Artist’s Journey in Haiti<p>(USA/Haiti)

Out of Chaos, an Artist’s Journey in Haiti

(USA/Haiti)

BEST FEATURE FILM

Pascal Giacomini

A Blue Shroud<p>(USA)

A Blue Shroud

(USA)

BEST AMERICAN FILM

Jason Snellman and Shelly Snellman

Bamboo Pillow<p>(USA)

Bamboo Pillow

(USA)

BEST ANIMATED FILM

Parker Chatham and Jarrod Chatham

Ilya Maksymenko<p>(Ukraine)

Ilya Maksymenko

(Ukraine)

BEST MUSIC VIDEO CINEMATOGRAPHY

Ilya Maksymenko

ZEMFIRA – AUSTIN<p>(Russia)

ZEMFIRA – AUSTIN

(Russia)

BEST ANIMATED FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY

Andrey Nikolaev

Kalaallit Nunaat<p>(Denmark)

Kalaallit Nunaat

(Denmark)

BEST AERIAL CINEMATOGRAPHY

Ian Montgomery

The Eternal Asker<p>(Hungary)

The Eternal Asker

(Hungary)

BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM

Ernő Nagy

Trinity: The Deception<p>(USA)

Trinity: The Deception

(USA)

BEST SCREENPLAY

Manny Mertis and Michelle Greaves

S Ø M Ø S<p>(USA)

S Ø M Ø S

(USA)

BEST MUSIC VIDEO

Last Days of Jude, Gina Wong and Freangel Pacheco

Connect/Disconnect<p>(USA)

Connect/Disconnect

(USA)

BEST FIRST-TIME DIRECTOR

Kandace A McGowan

Transcend: A Boogie Frantick Story<p>(USA)

Transcend: A Boogie Frantick Story

(USA)

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

Nuri Hobbess

Alone<p>(USA)

Alone

(USA)

BEST SONG

Bonzie

OFFICIAL SELECTION:

Los Angeles 2022

Mr. Thisforthat<p>(USA)

Mr. Thisforthat

(USA)

3 AWARDS

Thomas Mendolia, Katherine Franklin and Caleb Madison

Wretched Things<p>(USA)

Wretched Things

(USA)

3 AWARDS

Gage Oxley

An Occurrence At Arverne<p>(USA)

An Occurrence At Arverne

(USA)

4 AWARDS

Robert Broadhurst and Charles Hayes IV

Get Ready. Off to the Feast<p>(Russia)

Get Ready. Off to the Feast

(Russia)

3 AWARDS

Lamara Sogomonian & Daria Moroz

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