DEGNZ is again a proud sponsor of the Best Director and Best Editor awards at Show Me Shorts Film Festival this year (October 2 – 28). Our warmest congratulations to the 2020 nominees! We look forward to celebrating the award winners at the Awards Night on Sunday 4 October at Rialto Cinemas Newmarket, in Auckland.
DEGNZ Best Director
- Isaac Knights-Washbourn for Money Honey
- Hannah Marshall for Frankie Jean and the Morning Star
- Cian Elyse White for Daddy’s Girl (Kōtiro)
DEGNZ Best Editor
- Dylan Pharazyn for Career by Wax Chattels
- Damian Golfinopoulos and Arielle Sullivan for We Rock!
- Annie Collins for Daddy’s Girl (Kōtiro)
Since 2009, the Guild has supported talented up-and-coming directors and editors with Show Me Shorts.
The 2020 hybrid programme will entail both cinema and online screenings at 30 venues nationwide. Be sure to grab your tickets to what is Show Me Shorts’ largest festival yet, with 75 short films and 3 music videos in the programme.
Congratulations also goes out to our members who have directed or edited New Zealand Official Selections:
Cian Elyse White (Dir. Daddy’s Girl – Kōtiro), Annie Collins (Ed. Daddy’s Girl – Kōtiro), Kerri Roggio (Ed. Oranges and Lemons), Claire van Beek (Dir. Daniel), John Gilbert & Conan Mornard-Stott (Ed. Daniel), Alexander Gander (Dir. Hit Me Where It Hurts by Alae), Anna Rose Duckworth (Dir. Pain), Brendon Chan (Ed. Pain), Damian Golfinopoulos (Ed. Money Honey), Kyan Krumdieck (Dir. Working Class).