#WFA2016 Selections: Feature Films

WFA 2016
Check out the awesome feature-length films at this year’s Winter Film Awards!

See a dissolute, drug addicted writer reconnect with his family in Around Every Corner, or the beautiful story of a devout Muslim woman’s affair with an agnostic man in Ben & Ara.  Perhaps check out the mixture of Japanese animation and live action narrative with documentary elements and mythological themes in Cesium and A Tokyo Girl, or a love story and a journey through a distant future wasteland in Crumbs.  Watch an ex-prostitute’s fight against her past in Oblivion Season, or a conservative man test his daughter’s fiance in The Journey, or a dreamlike chamber opera in Villa Diodati.  Strange phenomena are afoot in The Similars, and an NYC cop falls from grace in Why Do You Smell Like the Ocean?

Check out our amazing selections of feature films for the 2016 Winter Film Awards Indie Film Festival!

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A Talent for Trouble

Directed by Marvis Johnson / Feature / United States / 74 mins

Around Every Corner

Directed by Joe Gawalis / Feature / United States / 115 mins

Ben + Ara

Directed by Nnegest Likké / Feature / United States, Cameroon / 86 mins

Candy Apple

Directed by Dean Dempsey / Feature / United States / 80 mins

Cesium and a Tokyo Girl

Directed by Ryo Saitani / Feature / Japan, France / 111 mins


Directed by Miguel Llanso / Feature / Ethiopia, United States / 68 mins

Oblivion Season

Fasle Faramoushie Fariba / Directed by Abbas Rafei / Feature / Iran / 94 mins

The Journey

Directed by Chiu Keng Guan / Feature / Malaysia / 103 mins

The Similars

Los Parecidos / Directed by Isaac Ezban / Feature / Mexico / 90 mins

Villa Diodati

Directed by Rob Urbinati / Feature / United States / 72 mins

Why Do You Smell Like the Ocean?

Directed by Kevin Baggott / Feature / United States / 110 mins