Jury Award Winners

2015 NCGLFF JURY AWARDS

The Jury Awards are selected by the members of the Programming Committees.  Each committee (Men, Women, Trans) selects the winners in their respective category.  Committees have the option to create and name their own categories (feature, short, acting, screenplay, etc.) but are not necessarily bound to present an award in every categories.  A category may be deemed ineligible if not enough competitive entries are received.    

 
NARRATIVE FEATURE CATEGORY
 
Best Men's Feature: 
Fourth Man Out (directed by Andrew Nackman)
Best Women’s Feature: 
Alto (directed by Mikki del Monico)
 
 
DOCUMENTARY CATEGORY
 
Best Men's Documentary Feature:
Upstairs Inferno (directed by Robert L. Camina)
Best Trans Documentary Short Film:
A Place in the Middle (co-directed by Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson)

 

SHORT FILM CATEGORY (US/CANADA)

Best Men’s US/Canada Short Film (Tie):
Bowes Academy (directed by Greg Emetaz) and The Future Perfect (directed by Nick Citton)
Best Trans Animated Short Film:
The Dancer and the Crow (directed by Iris Moore)
Best Women’s Comedy Short Film:
Big Time: My Doodled Diary (directed bySonali Gulati)
Best Trans Comedy Short Film:
Expose’ (directed by Ronja Jansz)
Best Women’s Drama Short Film:
Only for Forever (directed by Nia Phillips)
Best Trans Drama Short Film (English Language):
Roxanne (directed by Paul Frankl)

 

INTERNATIONAL CATEGORY

Best Women’s International Feature:
Australia
All About E (directed by Louise Wadley)
Best Men’s International Short Film:
Venezuela
You. Me. Bathroom. Sex. Now. (directed by Francisco Lupini)
Best Women’s International Short Film:
France
No Matter Who (directed by Anne-Claire Jaulin)
Best Trans International Short Film: 
Germany
Schleierhaft (directed by Tim Ellrich)

 

ADDITIONAL CATEGORIES AWARDED IN 2015

Best Women’s Screenplay (Short Film): 
Sugarhiccup written by Lisa Donato 
Best Actress (Women’s Feature):
Patricia Velasquez in Liz in September
Best Actress (Women’s Short Film):
Fawzia Mirza in Sugarhiccup 
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