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Best International Short Film Award
Best International Short Film Award
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From 2019 Film Fest Gent decides to no longer limit itself to a European short film competition, but to open the competition to short films from all over the world.

The International Short Film Award is a cash prize worth € 3,000 and is awarded by the short film jury to the best short film from the International Short Film Competition. In this way, short film talent is put in the spotlight.

Fiction, animation, documentary as well as everything that could be considered an 'experiment' is eligible for the Award.



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Winner 2018: Dark Chamber 
(Hungary, Sweden) by Ottó Bánovits

Winner 2017: My Second Eye (Germany) by Ahmad Saleh

Winner 2016: Timecode (Spain) by Giménez Peña Juanjo

Winner 2015: Le Mur (Belgium) by Samuel Lampaert

Winner 2014: Washingtonia (Greece) by Konstantina Kotzamani

Winner 2013: Whale Valley (Denmark, Iceland) by Gudmundur Arnar Gudmundsson

Winner 2012: As Ondas (The Waves) (Portugal) by Miguel Fonseca

Winner 2011: Demain Ça Sera Bien (France) by Pauline Gay

Winner 2010: Berik (Denmark, Sweden) by Daniel Joseph Borgman

Winner 2009: Amor (Norway) by Thomas Wangsmo (Prix UIP)

Winner 2008: Zwemles (Belgium) by Danny De Vent (Prix UIP)

Winner 2007: Raak (Netherlands) by Hanro Smitsman (Prix UIP)

Winner 2006: Kwiz (Belgium) by Renaud Callebaut (Prix UIP)

Winner 2005: Delivery (Germany) by Till Nowak (Prix UIP)

Winner 2004: Little Terrorist (UK) by Ashvin Kumar (Prix UIP)

Winner 2003: J'attendrai le suivant (France) by Philippe Oreindy (Prix UIP)

Winner 2002: La chanson-chanson (Belgium) by Xavier Diskeuve (Prix UIP)

Winner 2001: Muno (Belgium) by Bouli Lanners (Prix UIP)

Winner 2000: The Heist (Denmark) by Dennis Petersen & Frederik M. Nørgaard (Prix UIP)

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