The Clockmakers Dream has won the grand Jury Prize Best short film at the Amarcort International Film Festival Rimini (Italy).
Amarcort is part of the AFIC (Associazione dei Festival Cinematografici Italiani) and FEDIC (Federazione Italiana dei Cineclub). In attendance Jury president Lars Henrik Director of Oberhausen Shortfilm Festival, Tony Palas filmmaker, Director of The Malta International TV short film festival, praised the short for its originality, treatment and story. Also on the Jury were Gianluca Castellini, film critic and Artistic Director of Forli International Film Festival Sedicicorto, and Andrzej Roman Jasiewicz, film producer, writer, director.
This is the 6th International Award for The Clockmakers Dream in the past week having also winning multiple accolades at the 14th Monaco International Film Festival, for Best Arthouse, Best animation, Best Costume, Best Narration, Best Editing.
Commenting on the film’s recent success director/writer Cashell Horgan said, “ It’s great to see the film doing so well both at home and abroad the accolades are in recognition to the cast and crew who dedicated so much of their time and energy to the project over the last year.”