For a great beginning of May 2015, "Uncle Tony, Three Fools and the Secret Service" was awarded for a third time at an international film festival.
The film received a Bronze Palm Award in the Documentary Feature Competition at the Mexico International Film Festival. The award comes as a Crystal Trophy, engraved with the name of the winner and the project, as well as an award certificate. Congratulations for the whole crew!
The Mexico International Film Festival and Awards has become an important awards event within the film industry and a centerpiece for promoting and growing the thriving arts and culture community of Mexico.
Founded on the premise that the language of film is universal and a dynamic force in bridging cultural understanding, the event celebrates and recognizes the very best of international independent cinema from around the world.
Held annually each May, the Mexico International Film Festival and Awards is an extraordinary celebration of cinematic discovery and innovation.
It is an awards competition created as an internationally visible platform to provide exceptional films and filmmakers with recognition for their filmmaking and screenwriting achievements.
In 2013 the event transitioned from a traditional film festival held since 2007 in Baja, Mexico, to an annual online awards competition. Films are not be physically screened for the public.
The Mexico International Film Festival and Awards recognizes the works of international filmmakers, producers, screenwriters, and artists from around the world.
Awards are given in several categories including Feature, Documentary, Short, Foreign, Animation, Music Video, Student, Direction, Acting, Screenwriting, Television Pilot, and Best of Mexico and more.