This afternoon is when the online NFF Talent Day the five Talent Awards of the NFF Students League and the Wildcards of it Dutch Film Fund on it Dutch Film Festival awarded . Dylan Workman , director of A View from Above is the Pathé Tuschinski Award received for best film. The Fentener van Vlissingen Fund Award for the most distinctive achievement of a crew member went to sound designer Burak Öztaş .
The NAPA Award for best producer has been presented to both Dobber Bolhuis and Marrit Greidanus . The two newly introduced price , the Kepler Film Animation price and the KNF Award , went respectively to Shanice Coinage and Milou Gevers . Prior to the award ceremony were public and professionals four days long acquainted with the creators of tomorrow through the viewing of movies and in-depth interviews . Up and tonight his films and talks are online to see through www.filmfestival.nl/talentdagen . The Pathé Tuschinski Award for best film goes to director Dylan Werkman ( Netherlands Film Academy ) for A View from Above . Dylan Werkman receives a cash check of € 5,000, made available by Pathé Theaters BV.
The Fentener van Vlissingen Fund Award for the most outstanding achievement of a crew member goes to sound designer Burak Öztaş ( Netherlands Film Academy ). Burak Öztaş receive a cash voucher in value of € 7,500 by the Fentener van Vlissingen Fund’s decision made and to use for a new production . Sound designer Burak Öztaş has collaborated on several graduation films .
The NAPA Award for best producer goes to Dobber Bolhuis ( Netherlands Film Academy ) and Marrit Greidanus ( Netherlands Film Academy ). Dobber Bolhuis and Marrit Greidanus share a check for € 5,000 which possibly made is by the Dutch Audiovisual Producers Alliance (NAPA) and spend is on a new film production or professional development .
Float Bolhuis has the film Ich bin der Fluss produced and Marrit Greidanus was one of the producers of the award-winning graduation film A View from Above and Back to Zotteken Waesland . The Kepler Film Animation Prize for the best animation – exam film goes to Shanice Muntslag ( ArtEZ ) for Suma na mi . Shanice Coinage
receives a check for € 3,000 which by producer Twill Film available is made and to be contact is for the development of a new animation project . The KNF Award , presented by the Circle of Dutch Film Journalists , for best graduation production goes to Why did n’t you stay for me ? by Milou Gevers ( Netherlands Film Academy ). The KNF gives an Honorable Mention to Onno mama wange of Divyangi Shukla (Willem de Kooning Academy ).
The Dutch Film Fund has during the NFF Talent Awards Ceremony six wild cards awarded to new animation -, fiction and documentary -, works to realize . The two Wildcards animation have been handed out to Marten Visser ( ArtEZ ) for Hoanoe and Sohaib Bouaiss (Willem de Kooning Academy ) for A white screen is visible . The Wildcards documentary were received by Milou Gevers ( Netherlands Film Academy ) for Why did n’t you stay for me ? and Eline van der Kaa (AKV St. Joost) for The Travelers . The Wildcards fiction went to Marina Sulima ( Academy Minerva ) for Parcelpaedia and Thom Lunshof ( Netherlands Film Academy ) for Harmonia .
The jury for the Pathé Tuschinski Award and the Fentener van Vlissingen Fund Award consisted of Ashar Medina, Fatih Tura, Aboozar Amini , Floor Adams and Isaura San. The NAPA Award judges were producers Nienke Korthof from Tangerine Tree , Avinash Changa from WeMakeVR and Ineke Kanters from The Film Kitchen . Jury members Nienke Deutz , Sarieke Hoeksma , Mylène Verdurmen and Peter Lindhout were involved in the new Kepler Film Animation Prize . Journalists Hugo Emmerzael , Clementine van Wijngaarden , Lisa van der Waal, Ruud Vos and Sebastiaan Khouw formed the jury of the KNF Award .