The winners of JFF2014 were announced on 23 February at an Awards ceremony held at The Rand Club in Johannesburg.
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Best Feature Film - Shotgun Garfunkel – Johnny Barbuzano
Best South African Short Fiction Film – Security – Mark Middlewick
Best International Short Fiction Film – That Music – Dario Verjarano
Best South African Feature Length Documentary – The Devil’s Lair - Riaan Hendricks
Best International Feature Length Documentary – American Promise – Joe Brewster and Michele Stephenson
Best Short Documentary – Bamba – Yirmeyah Beckles
Best Student Film – Across The Colour Bar - Luscious Dosi
Congratulations to all the winners. Thank you to all the filmmakers whos films were in competition and all of you who submitted your films to us. A final thanks to the people who came out and supported us.
Johannesburg, South Africa
ABOUT THE JOZI FILM FESTIVAL
Now the first festival on the yearly South African film festival calendar, the Jozi Film Festival is an annual event that showcases the latest films made by South African and international filmmakers in one of Africa's most vibrant cities - Johannesburg.
The Third Annual Jozi Film Festival, taking place in February 2015, will highlight the very best in filmmaking, presenting a multi-genre slate of films from emerging and established filmmakers, exploring a broad range of topics that affect our communities and stir our hearts and minds. An exciting line up of South African and international films will be screened over a three-day period at several venues throughout the city, including The Bioscope Independent Cinema in the heart of Johannesburg.
The festival will also offer provocative Q&A sessions with the filmmakers in attendance, as well as workshops and networking events.
Competition categories include: Best Feature Film, Best Feature Documentary Film, Best Animated Film, Best Fiction Short, Best Documentary Short, Best Student Film, Audience Choice Award, and Best Mobile Phone Film! Prizes will be offered to the winners.
The Jozi Film Festival is a non-profit organisation dedicated to enriching local culture, supporting the city's vibrant film community, and reaching new audiences through the powerful language of film.