The Rosseau Culture and Arts Project is proud to announce the winners of the 2015 Muskoka Independent Film Festival. Congratulations to all who participated. Stand by for exciting announcements about MIFF 2016.
Best Animation “Junk Girl” Country: Iran Directors: Mohammad Zare-Shalale Kheiri Writer: Shalale KheiriProducer: Mohammad Zare Animator: Mohammad Zare-Shalale Kheiri Photography-edit: Roozbeh Shamshiri
There once was a girl who was made up of junk. Based on a Tim Burton short poem.
Best Short “Panopticon” Country: Canada Director/writer/producer Eric Warwaruk
A teenaged boy lives in a fascist state that is under perfect surveillance. If one “goes over tolerance”, he or she is required to “self-report”–and disappear.
Best Feature Narrative/Documentary “Channel Zero” Director/writer : John Nicol Producers John Nicol, Heidi Gabriela, Michael Becke
Imagine a world void of people and life as we know it. Yet this world displays evidence of very recent human occupation. The power is still on, buildings still stand – everything is as it was, except everything living has vanished. This is the shocking reality Darlan suddenly finds himself in.
Best Student/Emerging “Meeting Paris” Director/writer/producer: Theo Tsanas