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SHOWING RESULTS | FILMS IN THE SECTION 'AWARDS SCREENINGS'
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WORLD DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION WINNER

  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
The winner of the World Documentary Competition is The Kill Team.

In 2010, the media branded a platoon of U.S. Army infantry soldiers “The Kill Team” following reports of its killing for sport in Afghanistan. Now, one of the accused must fight the government he defended on the battlefield, while grappling with his own role in the alleged murders. Dan Krauss’s absorbing documentary examines the stories of four men implicated in heinous war crimes in a stark reminder that, in war, innocence may be relative to the insanity around you. | Read More
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WORLD DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION WINNER: POINT AND SHOOT

  • Release Year: 2014
  • Runtime: 83 minutes
  • Country: USA
The Best Documentary Award goes to Point and Shoot:

In 2011, Matthew VanDyke left Baltimore to find adventure and see the world on his motorcycle, only to end up joining the Libyan rebel army to take arms against Gaddafi. Gun in one hand, video camera in the other, Matthew finally finds purpose and meaning in his wanderlust, until he is captured and held in solitary confinement. TFF award winner Marshall Curry (Racing Dreams) captures one man’s arresting transformation from a sheltered kid to a soldier on the frontlines. | Read More
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WORLD NARRATIVE COMPETITION AWARD WINNER

  • Release Year: 2012
  • Runtime: 90 minutes
  • Country: Canada and (none)
At 14, Komona has lived through horrors that eclipse any adult's worst nightmares. In this mesmerizing, otherworldly drama, shot entirely in the Congo, she confides to the baby growing inside of her the harrowing story of her life since rebel warlords stormed her village. Fortified by eerily mystical powers and the warming friendship of an albino boy, the sensitive girl battles through this dire, war-ravaged world enchained as a child soldier. | Read More
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WORLD NARRATIVE COMPETITION AWARD WINNER

  • Release Year: 2010
  • Runtime: 119 minutes
  • Country: Germany
From the New York indie gem Roger Dodger (TFF '02) to the riveting Iranian mystery About Elly (TFF '09), the World Narrative Competition Award Winner has always been one of the most engaging films in the Festival. Get your tickets now to see the film chosen by a jury of internationally acclaimed filmmakers as the best of the Fest. | Read More
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WORLD NARRATIVE COMPETITION WINNER

  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
The winner of the World Narrative Competition is The Rocket.

Set against the lush backdrop of rural Laos, this spirited drama tells the story of scrappy ten-year-old Ahlo (Sitthiphon Disamoe), who yearns to break free from his ill-fated destiny. After his village is displaced to make way for a massive dam, Ahlo escapes with his father and grandmother through the Laotian outback in search of a new home. Along the way, they come across a rocket festival that offers Ahlo a lucrative but dangerous chance to prove his worth. | Read More
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WORLD NARRATIVE COMPETITION WINNER: ZERO MOTIVATION

  • Release Year: 2014
  • Runtime: 101 minutes
  • Country: Israel
The Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature goes to Zero Motivation:

Talya Lavie steps into the spotlight with a dark comedy about everyday life for a unit of young female Israeli soldiers. At the human resources office at a remote desert base, women bide their time pushing paper, battling for the top score in Minesweeper, and counting the minutes until they can return to civilian life. Amidst their boredom and clashing personalities, issues of commitment—from friendship to love and country—are handled with humor and sharp-edged wit. | Read More
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