Best Film: INSTRUMENT OF PEACE: THE BROTHER GABRIEL STORY
Best Cinematography: 4X4X48
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NEVER TOO LATE, 12min., Documentary
Directed by Guillermo Alfonso
Never Too Late is short biopic about passion and determination. We find ourselves face to face in the ring with Ulysses “The Monster” Diaz as he tells his incredible story of pain and perseverance. Diaz is an accomplished boxer and a bare knuckle fighter most famously known for holding the world’s fastest knock out in sports combat history ( 3 seconds!) made official by Guiness World Records. From prison time to becoming head of security for his child hood best friend Pitbull, Diaz has had one hell of a ride so far that seems to have just started.
ELEVATE, 16min., Italy, Documentary
Directed by Robert Bean
Elevate tells the story of Matteo Manfron’s attempt on the Genoa – Mont Blanc record, a gruelling ~300km challenge that brings you from Genoa to Courmayeur by bicycle, and by foot for the rest of the climb to the top of Mont Blanc.
INSTRUMENT OF PEACE: THE BROTHER GABRIEL STORY, 7min., USA, Documentary
Directed by Nolan Uebelhor
The story of the skateboarding monk.
4X4X48, 20min., USA, Documentary
Directed by John Jenkins
A group of like minded individuals take on a fitness and mental challenge like never before. Following the group through the process to find out something new about yourself in the end.
THE LIFE OF LEFTY, ROLANDO RAMOS, 13min., Documentary
Directed by Josh Englert
Rolando Ramos beats all odds despite growing up in one of the worst neighborhoods in New York. Rolando’s fighting spirit propelled him into a successful career with a mission to create a positive impact on those around him.