Last week saw the 10th anniversary of the CICLOPE Festival In Berlin, this year at a new venue the Delphi-Filmpalast.

At this years CICLOPE Festival 2019, more than 100 entries were awarded in different categories divided in Production, Post-production, Sound, Music Video, Special Section and Interactive, and six of them received a Grand Prix including: The New York TimesThe truth is worth it: Perseverance (directed by Martin + Lindsay, produced by Furlined, created by Droga5, edited by Final Cut, and sound by Wave Studios), The National – I am Easy To Find (directed by Mike Mills, produced by MJZ, and visual effects by MPC), The New York Times – The Truth Is Worth It: Fearlessness (ISIS) (directed by Martin + Lindsay, produced by Furlined, created by Droga5, edited by Final Cut, visual effects by Significant Others and sound by Wave Studios), HECATE – What Happened? (directed by Yukihiro Shoda, produced by CONNECTION + Soda!Communications, created by Cherry + ADK), Essity – Viva La Vulva (directed by Kim Gehrig, produced by Somesuch, created by AMV BBDO, edited by Trim Editing, and sound by Soundtree Music), The Walking Fish (directed by Thessa Meijer, produced by HALAL).

Libresse Sverige – Viva La Vulva

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Based on a points system where all credited companies receive 1 (one) point for a finalist submission, 3 (three) points for a Bronze award, 5 (five) points for a Silver award, 7 (seven) points for a Gold award and 20 (twenty) points for a Grand Prix, CICLOPE Festival also delivered special awards to: 

Production Company of the Year: Somesuch
Director of the Year: Kim Gehrig
Animation Company of the Year: Le Cube
Visual Effects Company of the Year: MPC
Editing Company of the Year: Work Editorial
Sound Company of the Year: Wave Studios
Music Company of the Year: Soundtree Music
Agency of the Year: Droga5

To see the full list of winners from CICLOPE 2019 click here..