International Public Health Film Competition 2018

We are very proud to announce the results of the 2nd edition of the International Public Health Film Competition.

This year over 550 films from 72 countries, and in total 189 hours of footage was submitted.

We would like to thank everyone who put their films forward for consideration, and the film judging committee below for their time and contribution to the competition.

Dr Uy Hoang, President, Public Health Film Society and Chair of the UK Faculty of Public Health Specialist Interest Group in Film

Linda Bergonzi-King, Chair of the American Public Health Association (APHA) Global Public Health Film Festival, Producer/ Director/ Consultant at TriBella Productions

Patrick Russell, Senior Curator (Non-Fiction), British Film Institute (BFI) National Archive

Professor John Middleton, President of the UK Faculty of Public Health and Honorary Professor of Public Health, University of Wolverhampton

Dr Pam Luna, co-Chair for featured sessions at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Global Health Film Festival, Senior Consultant and Trainer, RAND Corporation & Researcher, ICF International

Angela Baker, Deputy Director, Health and Wellbeing, Public Health England (South East)

Dr Alison Kahn, Director of the Oxford Documentary Film Institute, Research and Tutorial Fellow, Stanford University

Dr Olena Seminog, Vice-President, Public Health Film Society and Researcher at Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford

This year’s winning films are

 Buddy Joe from JPL Films

 Budh (Awakening) from God’s Own Motion Pictures

Lucy: Breaking the Silence from Fact Not Fiction Films

Tayiya Kanasu by Munmun Dhalaria

Hidden from

#HEAR ME by Olga Arlauskas and Svetlana Gorlo

Lifelines from Curious Cat Productions

Morte e Vida by Milosz Zmijewski and Yves Itzek