CLIFF2018 Winners

After a beautiful week-end full of great productions from around the world
and being blessed by the presence of some of the filmmakers,
CLIFF2018 has closed its doors.

We are pleased to announce the winners of this edition:

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AWARDS OF MERIT

It happen this year again:
the productions were so good that we couldn’t stop at only 10 Awards of Merit.
We awarded 20 productions!

Aberdeen Covenant
by Ludi Askins

Reminders
by Paul Drotos

Amazing Love
by Christy Phillips

St. Miranda
by Doug Wilder

Free the Forgotten
by Whispers into Shouts

Deborah Rosenkranz – One Prayer
by Toby Wulff

Stay
by Ryan Schroeder

Take a Stand
by Robert Felix

Down Here
by Ethan Ness

40 Seconds
by Felix Moore

Once upon a dream
by Anthony Nion

Character Study
by Luke Brubaker

Who is Jade
by Destry Edwards

Priest to Priest
by Diana Losen

It’s Such a Joy to Be an Honest Person
The Church of Almighty God

A Town Called Redemption
by James Burns

Canon
by Igor Sadovski

Go Ahead and Jump
by Keenan Murray

Foreclosing on Faith
by
Viktoria Somogyi
Jeff MacIntyre

Just Isaac
by Roberto Munoz

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MUSIC VIDEO

Bronze

Flood Society – God’s Gift
by Kavan Cardoza

Silver

Ayre
by Mike Ericksen

Best

Benilla Ice – Break the Ice (Be Nice)
by Ben Beitzel

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ANIMATION

Bronze

Made for More
by Yoojin Seol

Silver

The Unbelievable Narrator
by Melissa Chin

Best

Drew’s Dancing Drum
by Sherre Chappell

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DOCUMENTARY

Bronze

Saved For A Reason
by Madeline Mohn

Silver

Operation Dynamo
by Benjamin Owen

Best

Mia
by Ryan Schroeder

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SHORT FILM

Bronze

Brothers – Faith
by Randy Kerr

Silver

The Name That Separates
by Matthew Rojas

Best

Abide
by Molly Vernon

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CLIFF Feature Spotlight

The Kingdom
by James MeyerWatch Film

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BEST OF THE BEST

Mia
by Ryan Schroeder
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