2018 CORK FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS CEREMONY


Sunday 18 November / 
Triskel / 17:00

 

Join master of ceremonies Dave MacArdle (Red FM) at the Triskel on Sunday 18 November to celebrate excellence in filmmaking and to discover the winners of Cork Film Festival’s eight prestigious awards.

Free but Ticketed –  Advance Booking Recommended

 

SHORTS AWARDS

 

GRAND PRIX IRISH SHORT
Academy Award® Qualifying Category
Prize: €1,500
Proudly presented by RTÉ Supporting the Arts

GRAND PRIX INTERNATIONAL SHORT
Academy Award® Qualifying Category

 

DOCUMENTARY SHORT AWARD

BEST DIRECTOR: IRISH SHORT

BEST CORK SHORT AWARD

FEATURES AWARDS

 

GRADAM SPIORAD NA FÉILE (SPIRIT OF THE FESTIVAL AWARD)
Presented by The Gate Cinema
Championing a feature filmmaker who pushes boundaries and takes risks.

Nominees:
Border – Ali Abbasi
Crystal Swan – Darya Zhuk
Girl – Lukas Dhont
I Do Not Care If We Go Down In History As Barbarians – Radu Jude
Mug – Malgorzata Szumowska
Night Comes On – Jordana Spiro
One Day – Zsófia Szilágyi
This Teacher – Mark Jackson

 

GRADAM NA FÉILE DO SCANNÁIN FAISNÉISE (AWARD FOR CINEMATIC DOCUMENTARY)

Nominees:
Hale County This Morning, This Evening – RaMell Ross
Inventing Tomorrow – Laura Nix
No Greater Law – Tom Dumican
Same God – Linda Midgett
The Gospel of Eureka – Michael Palmieri, Donal Mosher
Three Identical Strangers – Tim Wardle
Town of Strangers – Treasa O’Brien
What Walaa Wants – Christy Garland

 

AUDIENCE AWARD
Presented by The River Lee
Chosen by you, the audience.

Nominees:
Diane – Kent Jones
Float Like A Butterfly – Carmel Winters
Shoplifters – Hirokazu Kore-eda
Sorry to Bother You – Boots Riley
Tel Aviv on Fire – Sameh Zoabi
The Dig – Andrew Tohill, Ryan Tohill
The Favourite – Yorgos Lanthimos
The Old Man & the Gun – David Lowery

 

CORK FILM FESTIVAL YOUTH JURY AWARD