IMDb Awards 2018 |FilmBath
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FilmBath presents the IMDb Awards 2018.
People who come to the IMDb Awards always talk about how much they have enjoyed the event, how much they have appreciated hearing from our wonderful judges and how they love taking part in selecting the winner of the IMDb New Filmmaker Award.
Col Needham – The CEO of IMDb has watched and rated over 11,000 films. An avid film fan and tech geek, Col always brings insight, laughter and an infectious enthusiasm to the evening.
Ivana MacKinnon – Ivana runs Stray Bear Productions, a TV and film production company whose most recent film Beast premiered at Toronto 2017 and was released worldwide in 2018.
Alex von Tunzelmann – Historian and writer, Alex is the author of four books and writes drama for film and television, including Churchill and Medici, Masters Of Florence.
The IMDb New Filmmaker Award is dedicated to finding and supporting emerging talent. The winner is awarded £1,000 cash and £1,000-worth of hire kit to go towards their next film.
We will also be premiering the 2018 winner of the IMDb Script to Screen Award, Service by Theo Watkins.
2018 Shortlisted films are
Mind F*#k by Sherill Turner
Two cinema ushers share a mutual crush, but both are too shy to do anything about it – until they start hearing each other’s thoughts, that is.
Happy New Year by Wander Theunis & Brandon Grötzinger
On the last day of the year, a dispirited work-at-home phone interpreter has her moribund life turned upside down when she answers an unexpected emergency call.
The Wait by Jason McColgan
Two people find comfort in one another after striking up a conversation at a bus stop.
Fuck The Boxes by Abel Rubinstein
A gay 20-year-old student, Dan, and his best friend Ray share their joint with a couple of boys in the park; Dan discovers jealousy, an emotion he’s not used to.
Life in Miniature by Ellen Evans
A documentary film about small things – and the woman who creates them.