Eternal Winter (Örök tél)
Eternal Winter (Örök tél)

The Hungarian film, Eternal Winter, the true story of an unlikely romance in a Soviet labor camp, won the Golden Reel Award for Best Film at the 2019 Tiburon International Film Festival in Tiburon, California. Eternal Winter also won the awards for Best Director for Attila Szasz, Best Actress for Marina Gera along with Best Screenplay and Best Cinematography.

Other major awards include As Time Goes By, directed by Simone Aleandri won the award for Best Documentary, Tom Beard, won the Federico Fellini Award for Two for Joy, and Nick Frangione, won the Orson Welles Award for Buck Run.

Winners of the 2019 Tiburon International Film Festival ‘Golden Reel Awards’ 

Best Film: Eternal Winter [Hungary]

Best Director: Attila Szasz, for: Eternal Winter [Hungary]

Best Actor: Dragos Bucur, for: Hawaii [Romania]

Best Actress: Marina Gera, for Eternal Winter [Hungary]

Best Documentary: As Time Goes By, directed by: Simone Aleandri [Italy]

Best Screenplay: Norbert Köbli, for: Eternal Winter [Hungary]

Best Cinematography: András Nagy, for: Eternal Winter [Hungary]

Humanitarian Award: Madagasikara, directed by: Cam Cowan [USA]

Best Short Film: Skin, directed by Guy Nattiv [USA]

Best Musical: I Tita, A Life of Tango, directed by: María Teresa Costantini [Argentina]

Best Animation: Talent Scout, directed by: Jose Herrera [Spain]

Federico Fellini Award: Tom Beard, for: Two for Joy [UK]

Orson Welles Award: Nick Frangione, for: Buck Run [USA]

Best Student Film: Bonobo, directed by: Zoel Aeschbacher [Switzerland]

Best Experimental Film: The Divine Way, directed by: Ilaria Di Carlo [Germany]

Best Children’s Film: The Little Comrade, directed by: Moonika Siimets [Estonia]

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