"Show Me What You Got" won the award for "Best Cinematography" in Santa Fe
"Show Me What You Got" has won the award for the "Best Cinematography" at the Santa Fe International Film Fest. The film was presented by the director Svetlana Cvetko and producer David Scott-Smith.
Show Me What You Got is a story that explores the lives of Christine, Nassim and Marcello who, after they met by chance, become a part of each other. They explore their sexuality with absolute freedom through a polyamorous relationship in a journey between Los Angeles and Italy. Each of them struggles to prove their worth to their families, to themselves and to the world around them. The film examines the profound effect that strangers can have on each other's lives and how the unpredictable circumstances of events can radically change the course of a lifetime.
The feature is produced by Blitz Films, Sergey Sarkisov, Nick Sarkisov, Philip Noyce and David Scott Smith and is a debut fiction for the director of documentaries. 'Show Me What You Got' was presented at the Russian pavilion in Cannes in May, 2019 then premiered in Italy in July, 2019 at the 65th edition of Taormina Film Fest and won the Grand-Prix. In September a feature of a Serbian director won the Best International film award (Premio "Citta di Siena") of the 23th edition of Terra di Siena Film Fest.
The Film Festival has now continued for 20 consecutive years, and was held this February 16-12, 2020. The special setting of the festival in the unique and historic City of Santa Fe allows ﬁlmmakers, journalists, industry leaders and audiences from around the world to gather together in celebration of ﬁlm.