We are thrilled to announce each of LIFF29’s Audience Award winners, including Audience Award for Best Film in the categories of New Narrative Feature, Documentary Feature and Retrospective Feature, as well as Short Film. The deliciously dark Hungarian black comedy Liza, the Fox-Fairy is the winner of LIFF29’s Audience Award for New Narrative Feature.
Liza, the Fox-Fairy is about a 30 year old nurse whose only friend is Tomy Tani, the ghost of a Japanese pop singer from the 1950s that only she can see, and who comes to believe she may be a Fox-Fairy from Japanese mythology. LIFF29’s audience have described the film as ‘exceptionally funny, sweet and charming’ and a ‘beautiful, hilarious, touching love story’ with a brilliant Japanese pop soundtrack.
New Narrative Feature
New Documentary Feature