4th/5th FNI(A) ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 2009/2010 WINNERS ANNOUNCED 13/8/11
All winners received an FNI(A) T-shirt and trophy, Judges received a framed appreciation certificate, FNI(A) Mug and FNI(A) T-shirt, all entrants who were short listed to have their films screened received an FNI(A) T-shirt, Warren Coulton received a framed certificate of appreciation, and an FN(A) T-shirt, for the hire of the venue Clearvision Films Studio.
Hot off the Press
VLADIMIR GOTTWALD won the People’s Choice Award for his Documentary ‘The Long Road’ and received his $500 cheque with his trophy.
Vladimir Gottwald from Canberra receives his FNI(A) People’s Choice Award and $500 cheque from FNI(A) Founding President NORA PRESTON, for his Documentary ‘The Long Road’.
12 Films were screened:
Italy’s Andrea Lodovichetti’s Short films ‘Fragile‘, and ‘The Devil’,
Australian Perth’s Burleigh Smith‘s Short film ‘Then She Was Gone’,
Spain’s Alfonso Camarero‘s Short film ‘The Gynaecologist’,
Germany’s Nikolaus von Uthmann‘s short film ‘Run Granny Run’;
Australian Canberra’s John Kovacs’ Documentary ‘Mad Hatta Regatta’
Australian Canberra’s Vladimir Gottwald‘s Documentary ‘The Long Road’,
Poland’s Maciej Glowinski‘s Documentary ‘Bottoms Up’;
Western Australia’s Jacob Fjord‘s Animation ‘Backstage’,
Romania’s Alexei Gubenco’s Animations ‘Great Expectations’ and ‘Vive La Crise’;
Australian Canberra’s John Kovacs’ Television ‘Dru Yoga Class 1: Total Body Workout’.
Best – FRANCESCO MONTESI, ‘FRAGILE’, Producer Andrea Lodovichetti, Italy.
Rising Star – ASH GIBSON GREIGH, ‘BACKSTAGE’, Producer Jacob Fjord, Western Australia.
Best – ‘BOTTOMS UP’, Maciej Glowinski, Poland
Rising Star – ‘THE LONG ROAD, Vladimir Gottwald, Australia, Canberra
Best – ‘VIVE LA CRISE’, Alexai Gubenco, Romania
Rising Star – ‘BACKSTAGE’, Jacob Fjord, Western Australia
Best – ‘FRAGILE’, Andrea Lodovichetti, Italy
Rising Star – ‘THE GYNAECOLOGIST’, Alfonso Camarero, Spain
Best – ‘DRU YOGA CLASS 1: TOTAL BODY WORKOUT’, John Kovacs, Canberra, Australia
– ‘THE LONG ROAD’, Vladimir Gottwald, Canberra, AUSTRALIA
Best – ‘DRU YOGA CLASS 1: TOTAL BODY WORKOUT, John Kovacs, Canberra, Australia.
Canberra’s Vladimir Gottwald took out 3 Awards for his Documentary ‘THE LONG ROAD’.
Canberra’s John Kovacs took out 2 Awards for his Television series ‘DRU YOGA CLASS 1: TOTAL BODY WORKOUT’.
Andrea Lodovichetti’s Short film ‘FRAGILE’ took out 2 awards, from Italy.
Western Australian Jacob Fjord’s Animation ‘BACKSTAGE’, took out 2 awards.
All entrants who were short listed and had their films screened received an FNI(A) T-shirt. Entrants from interstate and overseas who couldn’t attend the Awards Night, will have their FNI(A) T-shirts posted out to them.
All winners received an FNI(A) T-shirt and Trophy, pictured above. Winners from interstate and overseas who couldn’t attend the Awards Night, will have their FNI(A) T-shirts and Trophies posted out to them.
We finally finished 10.15pm, after an enjoyable screening and feast in between, and presentations.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS AND THE ENTRANTS WHO HAD THEIR FILMS SCREENED.
FNI(A) WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT IN 2009/2010.
FNI(A)/Film Networking Industry (Australia) wishes you a Very safe, and Happy Year in 2011.
NORA PRESTON – Filmmaker since 2001
FNI(A) – FILM NETWORKING INDUSTRY ( AUSTRALIA ) INC. – Founded in 2005.
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13 August 2011
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