A brief and unlikely connection in war complicates a young solider’s understanding of freedom.
Director Biography – Daniel J. Egbert:
Originally from New York, Daniel left home at seventeen to join the United States Marine Corps Infantry. He served four deployments including both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars where he was wounded in combat.
Utilizing the character driven drama, Daniel’s work explores how trauma complicates but beautifies the human experience—through themes of rage, inadequacy, and ultimately rebirth.
BEST SHORT FILM CINEMATOGRAPHY
BEST AMERICAN CINEMATOGRAPHY
BEST BLACK & WHITE CINEMATOGRAPHY
BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
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.
Daniel J. Egbert & Siwei Li
Wild is the Spring
Adla Massoud & Aaron R. Phillips
Il bum, Oh
Martians from the Planet Jupiter
BEST FIRST-TIME DIRECTOR
Forget Me Not
BEST ANIMATED FILM
Courtney LeBlanc and Saige Guevara
Good Luck Chuck
Cain Rose Up
BEST STUDENT FILM
Amy Nigro and Mitali Khare
Los Angeles 2022
Thomas Mendolia, Katherine Franklin and Caleb Madison
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