Årets vinnare!This year’s winners

Följande filmer vann priser i år:

 

 

Melies d’Argent för bästa europeiska fantastiska långfilm på festivalen tilldelades tyska Snow flake med motiveringen:
”An utterly innovative and entertaining meta tour-de-force that takes us on a voyage through a dystopian future that hits close to home. A tale told with both heart and depth that showcases a stellar ensemble. We’re still reeling from the ride!”

Juryn valde även att dela ut en honourable mention till Into The Forest

 

 

 

 

Melies d’Argent för bästa kortfilm tilldelades svenska Dreamlife med motiveringen:
”A perspective of motherhood rarely portrayed elegantly spun into a creepy tale where realities clash.”

 

 

 

 

 

Publikpriset för bästa långfilm gick till Fillipinska Saving Sally och bästa kortfilm gick till Orient City!This year’s winners:

 

 

The Melies d’Argent for best european fantastic feature film was awarded to the german film Snowflake. The jury’s motivation:
”An utterly innovative and entertaining meta tour-de-force that takes us on a voyage through a dystopian future that hits close to home. A tale told with both heart and depth that showcases a stellar ensemble. We’re still reeling from the ride!”

The jury also awarded a special mention to Into The Forest

The Melies d’Argent for best short was awarded to the swdish film Dreamlife:

”A perspective of motherhood rarely portrayed elegantly spun into a creepy tale where realities clash.”

 

 

 

 

The audience awards went to Saving Sally for feature and Orient City for short

Méliès d’Argent 2017 – de nominerade filmernaMéliès d’Argent 2017 – the nominated films

Vi är stolta att presentera de europeiska filmer som i år har chansen att vinna en Méliès d’Argent hos oss på Fantastisk Filmfestival – och därmed nomineras till utnämningen av den prestigefyllda Méliès d’Or som delas ut på Trieste Science+Fiction Festival i Italien senare i år! Läs om vår jury här!

LÅNGFILMER

Bakerman
Regi: David Noel Bourke
Land: Danmark

Habit
Regi: Simeon Halligan
Land: UK

Juleblod
Regi: Reinert Kiil
Land: Norge

Crone Wood
Regi: Mark Sheridan
Land: Irland

Into the Forest
Regi: Gilles Marchand
Land: Frankrike, Sverige

47 Meters Down
Regi: Johannes Roberts
Land: UK/USA

Snowflake
Regi: Adolfo Kolmerer & William James
Land: Tyskland

 

KORTFILMER

Dreamlife
Regi: Anna Mercedes Bergion
Land: Sverige

Cautionary Tales
Regi: Chris Barrett, Luke Taylor
Land: UK

When Demons Die
Regi: Daniel Ruebesam
Land: Tyskland

Recall
Regi: Dániel Reich
Land: Ungern

The Art of Not Appearing
Regi: Pernille Rivedal Hellevik
Land: Norge

MeTube 2 – August sings Carmina Burana
Regi: Daniel Moshel
Land: Österrike


We are super proud to present to you this year’s nominees for the Méliès d’Argent award! Read about our jury here!

FEATURE FILMS

Bakerman
Dir: David Noel Bourke
Country: Denmark

Habit
Dir: Simeon Halligan
Country: UK

Juleblod
Dir: Reinert Kiil
Country: Norway

Crone Wood
Dir: Mark Sheridan
Country: Ireland

Into the Forest
Dir: Gilles Marchand
Country: France, Sweden

47 Meters Down
Dir: Johannes Roberts
Country: UK/USA

Snowflake
Dir: Adolfo Kolmerer & William James
Country: Germany

 

SHORT FILMS

Dreamlife
Dir: Anna Mercedes Bergion
Country: Sweden

Cautionary Tales
Dir: Chris Barrett, Luke Taylor
Country: UK

When Demons Die
Dir: Daniel Ruebesam
Country: Germany

Recall
Dir: Dániel Reich
Country: Hungary

The Art of Not Appearing
Dir: Pernille Rivedal Hellevik
Country: Norway

MeTube 2 – August sings Carmina Burana
Dir: Daniel Moshel
Country: Austria

Programmet är uppe!The program is up!

Deep Blue Sea i bassängen på Högevallsbadet, Kaffe & Film på Love Coffee, galna japanska samurajer, briljant tysk Tarantino-doftande genremix, mordiska tomtar, häxor, dödskulter, fantastiska kortfilmspaket, talkshow varje kväll och mycket mycket mer!

http://www.fff.se/program/Deep Blue Sea at Högevallsbadet, Coffe & A Movie at Love Coffee, crazy ass samurais, a Tarantinoesque german genre coctail, witches, death cults, amazing shorts, talkshows and much much more!

http://www.fff.se/en/program/

Tävla med FFF och ScanboxWin tickets

På fredag har It Comes At Night Sverigepremiär och FFF och Scanbox ger er möjligheten att vinna biljetter till filmen!

Allt ni behöver göra är att svara på denna frågan:

Vilket land kommer skådespelaren Joel Edgerton från?

Vi behöver svaret till tavlamedfff17@gmail.com senast nu på onsdag den 28/6!

IT COMES AT NIGHT
Föreställ dig världens undergång. Föreställ dig nu något mycket värre.

Prisbelönte filmskaparen Trey Edward Shults följer upp sin debutfilm Krisha med den psykologiska skräckthrillern It Comes At Night. Filmen kretsar kring en tonårspojke, Travis (Kelvin Harrison, Jr.), som kämpar mot ett överhängande hot – både utifrån och inifrån – i efterdyningarna av en katastrof.

I ett väl skyddat, ödsligt hus försöker Paul (Joel Edgerton), hans fru Sarah (Carmen Ejogo) och deras son Travis navigera rädsla, sorg och paranoia mot ett okänt hot som styr hela deras existens. Beväpnade, vaksamma och med knappa resurser är de redo att offra allt för att beskydda varandra och sitt hem. När ett desperat ungt par och deras lille son en dag söker sin tillflykt hos dem har de öppnat en dörr som borde ha förblivit stängd. Trots båda familjernas goda intentioner, tar panik och misstänksamhet överhanden när hotet från yttervärlden kommer allt närmre. När Paul till slut inser att priset att beskydda sin familj kommer kosta honom hans själ väcks något dolt och monstruöst inom honom.
Filmen har svensk premiär den 30 juni.

On Friday, It Comes At Night has the Swedish Premiere and FFF and Scanbox gives you the opportunity to win tickets to the movie!

All you need to do is answer this question:

What country does the actor Joel Edgerton come from?

We need the answer to tavlamedfff17@gmail.com by Wednesday 28/6!

IT COMES AT NIGHT
Imagine the fall of the world. Imagine something a lot worse.

Award-winning filmmaker Trey Edward Shults is following his debut film Krisha with the psychological horror thriller It Comes At Night. The film revolves around a teenage boy, Travis (Kelvin Harrison, Jr.), who fights for an imminent threat - both from the inside and from the inside - in the aftermath of a disaster.

In a well-protected, desolate house, Paul (Joel Edgerton), his wife Sarah (Carmen Ejogo) and their son Travis try to navigate fear, sadness and paranoia against an unknown threat that governs their entire existence. Armed, vigilant and with scarce resources, they are ready to sacrifice everything to protect each other and their homes. When a desperate young couple and their little son one day seek refuge with them, they have opened a door that should have remained closed. Despite the good intentions of both families, panic and suspicion arise when the threat from the outside world comes closer. When Paul finally realizes that the price to protect his family will cost him his soul awakens something hidden and monstrous within him.
The film has Swedish premiere on 30 June.

Dags att anmäla er film till festivalenFilm submissions are now open for 2017

Nu är det dags att anmäla din film till årets festival! Vi tar emot både kort- och långfilm.
För mer info och anmälan se länken nedan. Vi ser fram emot era bidrag!

Filmanmälan

Deadline för långfilm är 1 Augusti, och kortfilmsdeadline är 15 Juli.It’s time to submit your films for this years edition of LIFFF!
We screen both shorts and feature films. For all the information you need and to submit your film, click the link below. We look forward to viewing your work!

Film submission

Feature deadline is August 1st and Short films deadlne is July 15th

FFF åter i SeptemberLIFFF back in September

Fantastisk Filmfestival flyttar tillbaka till slutet av September igen. Årets datum blir 28/9 till 7/10 och vi kommer bjuda på de sedvanliga 10 dagarna av filmfest i Lund. Ingen Malmö-exkursion i år men vi lovar att hitta på lite olika roliga events på vägen fram till festivalen.

Vi kommer även att ha en mer aktiv hemsida med nyheter, artiklar, filmrecensioner och annat kul. Om ni vill bidraga så kontakta johan@fff.se.

Håll koll här på hemsidan och på Facebook för alla nyheter och tillkännagivanden!LIFFF is moving back to September again, and this years festival dates are sept 28th until oct 7th and we will be bringing you 10 more days of movie madness. No Malmö excursion this year but we will be hosting a couple of fun events leading up to the festival!

We will also have a more active webpage this year with news articles, movie reviews. If you want to contribute, please contact johan@fff.se.

Keep an eye out on the website and facebook for all announcements and news!

Bli medlem redan nu!Become a member!

I år återinför vi medlemskorten igen, dessa kommer vara obligatoriska för att kunna se filmerna på årets festival. Medlemsskapet kostar 100:-/år och ger dig även möjlighet att gå på förhandsvisningar, specialvisningar, ger dig möjlighet att delta i tävlingar endast för medlemmar och….

Bli medlem redan nu!

Medlemskortet hämtas i biljettkassan på Stadshallen från och med den 26/9 kl 16.30

This year again, we are introducing membership cards again, these will be mandatory in order to see the films at this year’s festival. Membership costs 100: – / year, and also allows you to go on previews, special tours, giving you the opportunity to participate in contests for members only, and …. The first 100 who pay membership will get a ticket for this year’s inaugural film and mingle before the inauguration!

Sign up now!

The membership card will be sent to you in the mail within a month!

Tävla med FFF och Studio SWin movie tickets with LIFFF and Studio S

Tillsammans med Studio S ger vi er chansen att vinna biobiljetter till den nya skräckisen Incarnate som har premiär den 31 mars. Allt ni behöver göra är att svara på följande fåga:

Vilken Batman skurk har Aaron Eckhart spelat på film?

Skicka svar till tavlamedfff17@gmail.com senast den 24 mars.

Mer info om filmen:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Incarnate

NY SKRÄCKFILM FRÅN PRODUCENTEN AV INSIDIOUS & SINISTER OCH REGISSÖREN AV SAN ANDREAS!

Efter att en rad misslyckade försök gjorts med att driva ut en demon ur 11-årige Cameron anlitas forskaren Dr. Ember som en sista utväg. Ett både desperat och kontroversiellt val. Dr. Ember är nämligen inte vilken exorcist som helst. Inte nog med att den vresige och rullstolsburne forskaren inte är troende, dessutom super, röker och svär han som satan själv. Men han har två stora fördelar – sin vassa intelligens och sin törst efter hämnd. Den demon som nu intagit Camerons kropp och själ är nämligen samma onda väsen som tillintetgjort hela hans familj…

Aaron Eckhart (Olympus Has Fallen och London Has Fallen) gör huvudrollen i den nya filmen från Blumhouse Productions, som stått bakom merparten av de senaste årens skräcksuccéer, inkluderande Insidious-, Sinister-, Paranormal Activity-, The Purge- och Ouija-filmerna. Många skrik och stor succé är alltså garanterat!

I övriga roller ser vi Carice van Houten som spelar Melisandre: The Red Woman i Game of Thrones och Catalina Sandino Moreno som var oförglömlig i sin Oscarnominerade huvudroll i Maria Full of Grace.

För regin svarar Brad Peyton, regissör till storsuccén San Andreas med Dwayne Johnson.

Trailer

 In conjunction with Studio S we give you the chance to win movie tickets to the new horror film Incarnate. All you have to do is answer this question:

What Batman villain has Aaron Eckhart portrayed in movies?

Send your answer to tavlamedfff17@gmail.com by march 24th.

In New York, the boy Cameron lives with his Dutch mother Lindsey that is divorced from his alcoholic father Dan. One night, Cameron overhears a noise in the kitchen and is attacked by a homeless; however he kills the man, breaking his neck. The Vatican representative Camilla summons the scientist Dr. Ember to help the boy that is possessed and the exorcism is not effective. Dr. Ember has the ability to enter in the mind of people possessed by demons and bring them back to reality in a dangerous procedure with the support of his team composed by Oliver and Riley. When Dr. Ember visits Cameron, he realizes that the boy is possessed by the insidious demon Maggie, who killed his wife and son in a car accident. Will Dr. Ember succeed in destroying Maggie and saving Cameron?

Trailer

Fantastiskt FilmforumFantastic Film Forum

Fantastiskt Filmforum goes Malmö!

Årets upplaga av Fantastisk Filmfestival må vara till ända men den 16 november bjuder vi tillsammans med Filmcentrum Syd in till en extra dag av spännande seminarier, mingel och fantastiska works in progress i Filmcentrum Syd lokaler i Malmö.

Plats: Filmcentrum Syd, Monbijougatan 17E, 211 53 Malmö
Tid: 9.30-15.00
Fritt inträde!
Föranmälan krävs, anmäl dig genom att skicka ett mail till fantasticfilmforum@gmail.com

9.30-10.00 Frukostmingel

10.00-10.20 Work in Progress: Finns här några snälla barn (Regissör: André Hedetoft)

10.30-11.30 Tommy Gustafsson, professor i filmvetenskap vid Linnéuniversitetet, kommer att prata om moralpanik ur ett genusperspektiv med utgångspunkt i boken Moralpanik och lågkultur: genus- och mediehistoriska analyser 1900-2012 som han skrivit tillsammans med Klara Arnberg. (Denna programpunkt kommer att hållas på svenska)

11.40-12.00 Work in Progress: Iris (Regissör: Mattias Olsson)

12.00-13.00 LUNCHPAUS (10% lunchrabatt på Grand för våra deltagare)

13.00-13.20 Work in Progress: Rum 213 (Regissör: Emelie Lindbom)

13.30-14.30 David Mervik, Senior Narrative Designer på framgångsrika spelstudion Tarsier Studios, kommer att prata om nya former av berättande med utgångspunkt i studions kommande VR-spel Statik. (Denna programpunkt kommer att hållas på engelska)

14.30-15.00 Avslutningsmingel

Varmt välkomna!Fantastic Film Forum goes Malmö!

This year’s edition of Lund International Fantastic Film Festival might have come to an end but on November the 16th we invite you all to an extra day of exciting seminars, mingles and fantastic works in progress in collaboration with Filmcentrum Syd.

Place: Filmcentrum Syd, Monbijougatan 17E, 211 53 Malmö
Time
: 9.30am-3pm
Free admission for all, but you have to sign up beforehand.

Sign up by sending an email to fantasticfilmforum@gmail.com

9.30-10.00 Breakfast mingle

10.00-10.20 Work in Progress: Finns här några snälla barn (Director: André Hedetoft)

10.30-11.30 Tommy Gustafsson, professor of film studies at Linnaeus University, will talk about moral panic from a gender perspective on the basis of his book Moral Panic and low culture: gender and media historical analysis 1900-2012 which he co-wrote with Klara Arnberg.
(This talk will be held in Swedish)

11.40-12.00 Work in Progress: Iris (Director: Mattias Olsson)

12.00-13.00 LUNCH BREAK (10% lunch discount at Grand for all participants)

13.00-13.20 Work in Progress: Rum 213 (Director: Emelie Lindbom)

13.30-14.30 David Mervik, Senior Narrative Designer at Tarsier Studios, will talk about new forms of storytelling on the basis of the studio’s upcoming VR game Statik.
(This talk will be held in English)

14.30-15.00 Closing mingle

Vinnarna av Méliès d’Or 2016The Méliès d’Or winners 2016

Fantastisk Filmfestival hade den stora äran att vara värd för årets Mélièsgala och utdelningen av den prestigefyllda Méliès d’Or. Prisetvdelas ut till årets bästa europeiska fantastiska kort- och långfilm.

Vinnaren på långfilmssidan blev Julia Ducournaus omtalade Grave (Raw).

Kortfilmspriset gick till Karim Ouelhajs The Frozen Eye.

Nedan kan ni läsa vår pressrelease samt juryns motiveringar

Raw (Grave) by Julia Ducournau wins the Méliès d’or 2016
L’oeil silencieux (The Frozen Eye) wins the Méliès d’or 2016 for short film
Lund, October 29, 2016
The European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation (EFFFF) is pleased to announce the winners of the 20th Méliès d’or competition for European fantastic film.
The Méliès d’or for feature film was awarded to Raw (Grave) Director: Julia Ducournau (France, Belgium, 2016).
”Shocking in the very best sense of the word, this film is a gory family drama about crossing the line that separates normality from the unacceptable, and vice versa. It keeps surprising the audience up to the very end, and does so quite brilliantly“. (jury comments)
The Méliès d’or for short film went to The Frozen Eye (L’oeil silencieux),Director: Karim Ouelhaj (Belgium, 2016).
”A surreal and captivating film that skillfully paints a picture of isolation within modern society. It’s a tale of progressing decay and madness placed within an excellent and convincing mise-en-scène that manages to pull the spectator into its world.“ (jury comments)
The all-Swedish Méliès jury was composed of Charlotte Wiberg, a PhD candidate in film studies; Tommy Gustafsson, professor of film studies at Linnaeus University; and Johan Simonsson, film commissioner at FilmCentrum Syd in Malmö.
The Méliès d’or ceremony took place on 29 October in Lund (Sweden), and was hosted by the Lund Fantastic Film Festival. It marked the culmination of a unique cycle of ongoing competitions held by 16 members of the EFFFF in 12 European countries, during 2015/16. The winning films (see below) were awarded a Méliès d’argent and a nomination for the 20th Méliès d’or competition.
Founded in 1987, the EFFFF has become the world’s largest festival network with 23 film festivals from 15 countries and a global attendance of more than 470 000 visitors, making it a vital player in the promotion of European genre cinema, both in Europe and abroad. The goal of the EFFFF is to promote European fantastic film productions by enhancing their visibility and standing with both the public and industry. The Méliès competition was launched in 1996 to help achieve these goals and has been one of the principal activities of the Federation since that date.
The next Méliès d’or ceremony will take place in October 2017 at the Sitges – Festival Internacional de Cinema de Catalunya
The 8 nominees for Méliès d’or were:

Polder (Der Polder)Directors: Julian M. Grünthal, Samuel Schwarz (Switzerland, Germany, 2015)Méliès d’argent winner at the Trieste Science+Fiction Festival, 2015
DemonDirector: Marcin Wrona (Poland, Israel, 2015)Méliès d’argent winner at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
SurvivalistDirector: Stephen Fingleton (UK, 2015)Méliès d’argent winner at the Imagine Film Festival, 2016
ParentsDirector: Christian Tafdrup (Denmark, 2016)Méliès d’argent winner at the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
I Am Not a Serial KillerDirector: Billy O’Brien (Ireland, UK, 2016)Méliès d’argent winner at the Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
The Noonday Witch (Polednice)Director: Jiri Sádek (Czech Republic, 2016)Méliès d’argent winner at the MOTELx – the Lisbon International Horror Film Festival, 2016
Raw (Grave)Director: Julia Ducournau (France, Belgium, 2016)Méliès d’argent winner at the Sitges – Festival Internacional de Cinema de Catalunya, 2016
K-ShopDirector: Dan Pringle (UK, 2016)Méliès d’argent winner at the Lund Fantastik Film Festival, 2016

The 17 short-film nominees were:
GraffitiDirector: Lluís Quílez (Spain, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Sitges – Festival Internacional de Cinema de Catalunya in 2015
The Karman LineDirector: Oscar Sharp (United Kingdom, 2014)Méliès d’or nominee at the Trieste Science+Fiction Festival, 2015
TeethDirectors: Tom Brown, Daniel Gray (United Kingdom, Hungary, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Court Metrange Festival, 2015
2037Director: Enric Pardo (Spain, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the FanCine Málaga – Festival de Cine Fantástico, 2015
NoctDirector: Vincent Toujas (France, 2014)Méliès d’or nominee at the Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival, 2015
InfringeDirector: Martin Åhlin (Sweden, 2014)Méliès d’or nominee at the San Sebastian Horror & Fantasy Film Festival, 2015
SplintertimeDirector: Rosto (Netherlands, France, Belgium, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Razor Reel Flanders Film Festival, 2016
Sanguine Craving (Pulsion sangrienta)Director: Gerard Tusquellas Serra (Spain, 2014)Méliès d’or nominee at the Abertoir Horror Festival, 2016
The Frozen Eye (L’oeil silencieux)Director: Karim Ouelhaj (Belgium, 2016)Méliès d’or nominee the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
AquabikeDirector: Jean-Baptiste Saurel (France, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Imagine Film Festival, 2016
The Black Bear (L’ours noir)Directors: Mèryl Fortunat-Rossi, Xavier Seron (France, Belgium, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Haapsalu Horror & Fantasy Film Festival, 2016
Ivan’s needDirector: Veronica L. Montaño, Manuela Leuenberger, Lukas Suter (Switzerland, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
The Tunnel (Tunnelen)Director: André Øvredal (Norway, 2016)Méliès d’or nominee at the Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
Post mortem Director: Belmiro Ribeiro (Portugal, 2016)Méliès d’or nominee at the MOTELx – the Lisbon International Horror Film Festival, 2016
Pearlies (Quenottes)Directors: Pascal Thiebaux, Gil Pinheiro, (Luxembourg, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee Mélièsat the Grossmann Fantastic Film & Wine Festival, 2016
Dawn of the DeafDirector: Rob Savage (United Kingdom, 2016)Méliès d’or nominee at the Sitges – Festival Internacional de Cinema de Catalunya in 2016
MacabreDirector: Jeronimo Rocha (Portugal, 2016)Méliès d’or nominee at the Lund Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
For more information, see:
The EFFFF and the Méliès competitions: www.melies.org Lund Fantastic Film Festival: www.fff.seRaw (Grave) by Julia Ducournau wins the Méliès d’or 2016
L’oeil silencieux (The Frozen Eye) wins the Méliès d’or 2016 for short film
Lund, October 29, 2016
The European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation (EFFFF) is pleased to announce the winners of the 20th Méliès d’or competition for European fantastic film.
The Méliès d’or for feature film was awarded to Raw (Grave) Director: Julia Ducournau (France, Belgium, 2016).
”Shocking in the very best sense of the word, this film is a gory family drama about crossing the line that separates normality from the unacceptable, and vice versa. It keeps surprising the audience up to the very end, and does so quite brilliantly“. (jury comments)
The Méliès d’or for short film went to The Frozen Eye (L’oeil silencieux),Director: Karim Ouelhaj (Belgium, 2016).
”A surreal and captivating film that skillfully paints a picture of isolation within modern society. It’s a tale of progressing decay and madness placed within an excellent and convincing mise-en-scène that manages to pull the spectator into its world.“ (jury comments)
The all-Swedish Méliès jury was composed of Charlotte Wiberg, a PhD candidate in film studies; Tommy Gustafsson, professor of film studies at Linnaeus University; and Johan Simonsson, film commissioner at FilmCentrum Syd in Malmö.
The Méliès d’or ceremony took place on 29 October in Lund (Sweden), and was hosted by the Lund Fantastic Film Festival. It marked the culmination of a unique cycle of ongoing competitions held by 16 members of the EFFFF in 12 European countries, during 2015/16. The winning films (see below) were awarded a Méliès d’argent and a nomination for the 20th Méliès d’or competition.
Founded in 1987, the EFFFF has become the world’s largest festival network with 23 film festivals from 15 countries and a global attendance of more than 470 000 visitors, making it a vital player in the promotion of European genre cinema, both in Europe and abroad. The goal of the EFFFF is to promote European fantastic film productions by enhancing their visibility and standing with both the public and industry. The Méliès competition was launched in 1996 to help achieve these goals and has been one of the principal activities of the Federation since that date.
The next Méliès d’or ceremony will take place in October 2017 at the Sitges – Festival Internacional de Cinema de Catalunya
The 8 nominees for Méliès d’or were:

Polder (Der Polder)Directors: Julian M. Grünthal, Samuel Schwarz (Switzerland, Germany, 2015)Méliès d’argent winner at the Trieste Science+Fiction Festival, 2015
DemonDirector: Marcin Wrona (Poland, Israel, 2015)Méliès d’argent winner at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
SurvivalistDirector: Stephen Fingleton (UK, 2015)Méliès d’argent winner at the Imagine Film Festival, 2016
ParentsDirector: Christian Tafdrup (Denmark, 2016)Méliès d’argent winner at the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
I Am Not a Serial KillerDirector: Billy O’Brien (Ireland, UK, 2016)Méliès d’argent winner at the Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
The Noonday Witch (Polednice)Director: Jiri Sádek (Czech Republic, 2016)Méliès d’argent winner at the MOTELx – the Lisbon International Horror Film Festival, 2016
Raw (Grave)Director: Julia Ducournau (France, Belgium, 2016)Méliès d’argent winner at the Sitges – Festival Internacional de Cinema de Catalunya, 2016
K-ShopDirector: Dan Pringle (UK, 2016)Méliès d’argent winner at the Lund Fantastik Film Festival, 2016

The 17 short-film nominees were:
GraffitiDirector: Lluís Quílez (Spain, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Sitges – Festival Internacional de Cinema de Catalunya in 2015
The Karman LineDirector: Oscar Sharp (United Kingdom, 2014)Méliès d’or nominee at the Trieste Science+Fiction Festival, 2015
TeethDirectors: Tom Brown, Daniel Gray (United Kingdom, Hungary, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Court Metrange Festival, 2015
2037Director: Enric Pardo (Spain, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the FanCine Málaga – Festival de Cine Fantástico, 2015
NoctDirector: Vincent Toujas (France, 2014)Méliès d’or nominee at the Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival, 2015
InfringeDirector: Martin Åhlin (Sweden, 2014)Méliès d’or nominee at the San Sebastian Horror & Fantasy Film Festival, 2015
SplintertimeDirector: Rosto (Netherlands, France, Belgium, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Razor Reel Flanders Film Festival, 2016
Sanguine Craving (Pulsion sangrienta)Director: Gerard Tusquellas Serra (Spain, 2014)Méliès d’or nominee at the Abertoir Horror Festival, 2016
The Frozen Eye (L’oeil silencieux)Director: Karim Ouelhaj (Belgium, 2016)Méliès d’or nominee the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
AquabikeDirector: Jean-Baptiste Saurel (France, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Imagine Film Festival, 2016
The Black Bear (L’ours noir)Directors: Mèryl Fortunat-Rossi, Xavier Seron (France, Belgium, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Haapsalu Horror & Fantasy Film Festival, 2016
Ivan’s needDirector: Veronica L. Montaño, Manuela Leuenberger, Lukas Suter (Switzerland, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee at the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
The Tunnel (Tunnelen)Director: André Øvredal (Norway, 2016)Méliès d’or nominee at the Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
Post mortem Director: Belmiro Ribeiro (Portugal, 2016)Méliès d’or nominee at the MOTELx – the Lisbon International Horror Film Festival, 2016
Pearlies (Quenottes)Directors: Pascal Thiebaux, Gil Pinheiro, (Luxembourg, 2015)Méliès d’or nominee Mélièsat the Grossmann Fantastic Film & Wine Festival, 2016
Dawn of the DeafDirector: Rob Savage (United Kingdom, 2016)Méliès d’or nominee at the Sitges – Festival Internacional de Cinema de Catalunya in 2016
MacabreDirector: Jeronimo Rocha (Portugal, 2016)Méliès d’or nominee at the Lund Fantastic Film Festival, 2016
For more information, see:
The EFFFF and the Méliès competitions: www.melies.org Lund Fantastic Film Festival: www.fff.se