2012: Winners & Shortlist
Congratulations to young film makers Charles Andrew Flamiano from the Philippines, Liat Har-Gill from Israel, and Mudit Muraka from India for winning the Tony Blair Faith Foundation’s 2012 global film competition, Faith Shorts.The three winners received their awards at 195 Piccadilly, the home of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) in front of over 200 guests including Tony Blair, members of the entertainment and film industry, religious leaders, and experts from Wikipedia, Youtube and Google.
If you missed watching the Ceremony live you can watch it in its entirety below, along with all of our shortlisted films.
The Shortlist: 18-27 Category
1. Dylan Tucker from Wales: Slow Motion
3. Sahara Sharma from Nepal: By my Troth, I Believe
4. Nathan Thomas from New Zealand: Better Days
5. Liat Har-Gil from Israel: Deathbed: The Musical
6. Elio Alonso Vasquez Miranda from Nicaragua: Edwin's Faith
1. Juan Pablo Gutiérrez Berrueta from Mexico: Something to Fight For
2. Charles Andrew Flamiano from the Philippines: Letting Go, Letting God
3. Daniyaal Beg from the United Kingdom: How or What
4. Ishita Gupta from India: Connecting Cultures
5. Harris Alvi from the United Kingdom: What is Faith?