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Updated: Nov 16, 2018

Hello World from Team CFF in Woodbridge Virginia USA.


The moment has finally arrived when we announce the winning Awards for the

1st Crossover Film Festival held on November 4th 2018 in Woodbridge Virginia.

We had fun at the NOVA Lakeside Theater screening these incredibly strong films and we hope that you will find these as rewarding as we did along with hundreds of other viewers.

18 beautiful films, over 50 Crossover Awards, over a dozen categories, an international feast.


On behalf of every team member, from the founders to the judges to the filmmakers and their teams, to the support staff and those who volunteered without asking for anything in return, and to the people for attending and viewing the films, we would like to thank God as we bring you the Final Awards at the Crossover Film Festival. We at CFF strongly feel that It's not just about the film or its production value but it's more about the message it carries, it's the story.


Congratulations to all the recipients of the 2018 Crossover Film Festival Awards.

Your Films Mattered and in the end the Truth Prevailed.


We also hope you enjoyed watching and learning from these films as much as the filmmakers enjoyed making them and the pleasure we had in screening them, and finally rewarding them for their impactful work. Join us in appreciating the heartfelt initiatives from these powerful filmmakers and help them spread the message of Truth.


And if you are really serious about the Truth, and when you read about these films, then ask yourself why they are not readily available on so many of the networks you watch everyday.


1st CFF has been a truly international film festival with over 750 films received from all over the world, to mention a few countries - Turkey, Russia, Belgium, India, Australia, Spain, Pakistan, United Kingdom, Nepal, Brazil, Ireland, Canada, Egypt, Ukraine, Netherlands, France, United States and so many more that we can't fit on this page, but what is most important, is that we have experienced a world-wide participation which is very encouraging as CFF now rolls into the next phase of building a permanent home for these good films and thousands more like them on the filmmaker-owned film network LFX


We started with just one short film of the CFF co-founder Imran Ahmed in Berlin and one film from the other two co-founders Alex Henderson and Adam Cabrera in Los Angeles. After 3 months and over 750 films we are here to prove to you that there is not a lack of good films or good filmmakers but what is lacking is a platform that would truly, honestly and genuinely stand up to support such good films while generating a rewarding experience for the viewers.


A Spade is A Spade.


Peace.


Team CFF

CROSSOVER FILM FEST | Final Results for CFF Awards 2018


Best Short Film in English Language

- Myles Pollard for Paynes Find Australia


Best Short Film in a Foreign Language

- Prashant Ingole for Budh - Awakening India


Best Indie Film in English Language

- Zack Bradley and Ben Levine for Self Defense USA


Best Indie Film in a Foreign Language

- Shamoon Abbasi and Sherry Shah for Mey Rahungi - I Will Remain Pakistan


Best Foreign Short Film

- Artem Oskin for The Hope Russia


Best Indie Director

- Zack Bradley for Self Defense USA


Best Indie Director in a Foreign Language

- Parichhed Sen for Maa - Mother Nepal


Best Action Director

- Shamoon Abbasi for Mey Rahungi - I Will Remain

Pakistan


Best Director of Photography

- Maria Quintana Barbosa for Fenced

USA


Best Original Screenplay

- Max Raimi for My Village Bells USA


Best Screenplay in a Foreign Language

- Prem Singh for Katran India


Best Cinematography

- Michael Fletcher for Paynes Find Australia


Best Director of an English Film

- Myles Pollard for Paynes Find Australia


Best Director of a Foreign Film

- Prashant Ingole for Budh - Awakening India


Best Debut Director of an English Film

- Arleyns Collado for Hear Me USA


Best Debut Director of a Foreign Film

- Prem Singh for Katran India


Best Producer of an English Film

- Maria Quintana Barbosa and Vatsa Barot for Fenced

USA

Best Producer of a Foreign Film

- Basanti Devi Shrestha & Prakash Puri for Maa - Mother

Nepal

Rising Star Director

- Vincent D'Alessandro for Mommy USA


Best Film of The Year

- Rodrigo Zan and Maria Quintana Barbosa for Fenced

USA

Best Production Designer

- Nikki Bohm for Fenced

USA

Best Film Editor

- Mahesh Killekar and Gurunath Patil for Budh - Awakening

India


Best Editor Animated Film

- Birger Platteeuw for Velo

Belgium

Best Documentary Film

- Franz Stapelberg and Robert Gary Miller for The Mush Hole

Canada

Best Animated Film

- Carol Freeman Jonathan Clarke and Chris McLoughlin for The Bird and The Whale

Ireland


Best Writer of An Animated Film

- Carol Freeman for The Bird and The Whale

Ireland


Best Producer of An Animated Film

- Jonathan Clarke Paper Panther Productions for The Bird and The Whale

Ireland


Best Writer of an Indie Film

- Val Bodurtha for Self Defense

USA

Best Written Concept Film

- Radheya Jegatheva and Jay Jay Jegathesan for Irony

Australia

Best Actor in a Film

- Alex Borbon for Hear Me

USA

Best Actor of The Year

- Victor Patrick Alvarez for Fenced

USA

Best Actor in a Short Film

- Ben Mortley for Paynes Find

Australia

Best Actress in a Film

- Richa Meena for Budh - Awakening

India

Best Actress of The Year

- Aspani Gurung for Maa - Mother

Nepal


Best Actress in a Short Film

- Geetanjali Mishra for Budh - Awakening

India

Best Lead Role by An Actress in an English Film

- Jessamine Kelley - Mommy

USA

Best Lead Role by An Actress in a Foreign Film

- Sherry Shah for Mey Rahungi - I Will Remain

Pakistan

Best Lead Role by An Actor in an English Film

- Herb Lichtenstein for My Village Bells

USA

Best Lead Role by An Actor in a Foreign Film

- Piyush Mishra for Katran

India


Best Supporting Role by An Actress in an English Film

- Kriss Dozal for Fenced

USA

Best Supporting Role by An Actress in a Foreign Film

- Alka Amin for Katran

India

Best Supporting Role by An Actor in an English Film

- JP Thomas for My Village Bells

USA

Best Supporting Role by An Actor in a Foreign Film

- Saleem Mairaj for Mey Rahungi - I Will Remain

Pakistan

The Crossover Award

“Groundbreaking Initiative that has a positive impact on a society”

- Patricia Gonzalez Osorio for The Silent Good

Spain

The LFX Award

“Exemplary work of art that crosses boundaries and breaks down barriers”

- Amanda Sayeg for Blind Dreams

Brazil

Audience Choice Award

- Burak Kum, Masal Ebru Yavuz and Sezin Deniz for Far From Home

Turkey

The Jury Award

- Max Raimi for My Village Bells

USA

Best Original Song in a Foreign Film

- Haq Hay by Jonita Gandhi, Prashant Ingole and Shreyas Puranik for Budh - Awakening

India


Best Original Song in a Film

- The Road by Marble Sounds Written by Pieter Van Dessel Mix by Wouter Vlaeminck for Velo

Belgium

Best Original Composer

- Jeremey Kozura for Hear Me

USA

Best Original Score

- Jeshan Kunwar for Maa - Mother

Nepal

Best Original Sound Design in a Film

- Brad Habib for Paynes Find

Australia

Original Sound Design in an Animated Film

- Thomas Houthave for Velo

Belgium

Congratulations once again to all the Awards Recipients of the 2018 Crossover Film Festival. #filmon #crossoverfilmfest #CFF #crossoverfest #LFX #lfxnetwork #fearofGodmedia #foGm


 
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