Sunday, 23 October 2011

Magma wins Best Short Film at FNC 2011

Magma has been chosen by the international shorts jury as the winner 
of Best short film in the International Selection at the 40th edition 
of Festival du Nouveau Cinéma in Montreal, Canada. A selection of 
36 international films competed in this category. 

The Jury's statement was:
The Loup argenté, price for the best short at the Festival du nouveau 
cinéma 2011, has been awarded to a film, a work, a free-style figure 
shot in the landscapes of the Faroe Islands. Haunted by a mysterious 
choreography, this disturbing work incarnate the mystery of this 
secluded country. The Loup argenté goes to Magma, directed by 
Marianna Mørkøre and Rannvá Káradóttir.

We are very honored to receive this prestigious award.
View the skype speech from the award ceremony here

More about the festival winners here