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I Carry You With Me, directed by Heidi Ewing
I Carry You With Me, directed by Heidi Ewing

The 2020 Key West Film Festival wrapped with the annual awards ceremony, awarding prizes to the winning films. The top prizes including KWFF Critics’ Award went to I Carry You With Me, directed by Heidi Ewing and Best Florida Film went to Cuba, Reframed, directed by John Biffar. The Best LGBTQ Film went to Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation, directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland and Best Women’s Film went to 9 to 5: Story of a Movement, directed by Julia Reichert.

The festival extended congratulations to the 2020 awards winners and to everyone involved behind the films screened and films submitted to this year’s festival with KWFF Chairman Brooke Christian commenting, “The artistic spirit of the filmmaker is alive and creating.”

KEY WEST FILM FESTIVAL 2020 WINNERS

KEY WEST FILM FESTIVAL 2020 FEATURE FILM AWARD WINNERS

Best Women’s Film
9 to 5: Story of a Movement, directed by Julia Reichert

Best LGBTQ Film
Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation, directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland

Best Florida Film
Cuba, Reframed, directed by John Biffar

Best Music and Arts Film
Rock Camp: The Movie, directed by Doug Blush

Breakthrough Voice
Director VP Alvarez for Revolution Rent

KWFF Critics’ Award
I Carry You With Me, directed by Heidi Ewing

KEY WEST FILM FESTIVAL 2020 SHORT FILM JURY AWARD WINNERS

DRAMATIC
Best World Dramatic Short Film
1, 2, 3, All Eyes on Me, directed by Emil Gallardo

Jury Awards for Excellence in Filmmaking
Hammer Down, directed by Simon Hatt
Dame, directed by Foster Wilson

COMEDY
Best World Comedy Short Film
The Last Mermaid, directed by Fi Kelly

Jury Awards for Excellence in Filmmaking ;
#RelationshipGoals, directed by Jared Wright and Eric Ivey
Second Team, directed by Ria Pavia

FLORIDA
Best Florida Short Film
The Last Job, directed by Tony Armer and J. Declan Flynn

Jury Award for Excellence in Filmmaking
The Incredibly Short Life of Peter Panties, directed by Daniel Abril

STUDENT
Best World Student Short Film / Kimberly Peirce Student Filmmaker Scholarship
Remember When, directed by Paola Ossa

Best Florida Student Short Film / Kimberly Peirce Student Filmmaker Scholarship
All the Young Dudes, directed by William Stead

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