Alicja Jasina is a Polish film-maker who graduated from University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Her short films have been awarded at festivals worldwide. Recently her film Once Upon a Line has won a Student Academy Award in the Animation category and has been shortlisted for the Academy Awards. Alicja tells intriguing stories about daily dilemmas and captures the everyday life in unusual ways. Currently Alicja works as a freelancer in Los Angeles.
The Creativity Special Award was shared by two films. In the fourth edition of Globe International Silent Film Festival, Pouria Mousavi, the director of the Globe Community of Silent Filmmakers (GlobeCSF), on behalf of the GlobeCSF jury which has been responsible for judging and granting the Creativity Special Award, announced that the GlobeCSF jury comprised of 17 filmmakers from 12 countries, having viewed all the films, has decided to award two films for the first time.
Seventeen filmmakers from 12 countries will judge the official selection films of the 4th Globe International Silent Film Festival for granting the Special Creativity Award on behalf of the Globe Community of Silent Filmmakers (GlobeCSF).
The 14th annual Vancouver International Women in Film Festival announced the award winners. The festival, which is one of the most prestigious cinematic events that celebrate the best of cinema created by women, last night at the Closing Night Award Ceremony granted two awards to the short film "Marzieh," as the only representative of Iranian cinema.