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Being Dead won the award for Best Drama, and is presented by Will LaBahn.

Joseph and Celice were once in love. As two scientists, they shared a magical passion that brought them together over thirty years ago when Joseph discovered a rare population on the isolated shores of Baritone Bay. Now, they live their lives one mundane day at a time. It hasn’t always been like this, but unfortunate life events have paid a toll, and Joseph and Celice find themselves estranged from their only daughter, living with guilt and blame for the death of a friend all those years ago. When Joseph learns of the city’s plan to develop the bay, he knows the population will be destroyed. Making one final attempt to connect with his wife, Joseph pleads with her to visit the place they first fell in love. When the couple goes missing, their daughter Syl reluctantly joins the search. And as time goes on and their fate is revealed, Syl discovers something about her parents that will forever change her life. Being Dead is based on the award-winning and critically-acclaimed novel of the same name by Jim Crace.

We are proud to present the award for Best Actress to Emilotte Persson for her work in Being Dead.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    99 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    John Meyers
  • Screenwriter
    John Meyers
  • Producer
    John Meyers, Che Meriales
  • Cast
    Elizabeth Marvel, Linus Roache, Kathryn Erbe