The First Annual WLFY Motion Picture Awards

Zach lays out his choices for the best films of 2019 & 2020; Hank has one thing for your second vaccine.


* Films and art utilizing motion pictures released 2019 or 2020 were considered.

* A film can only win one category.

* Best Motion Picture is awarded to the piece of media utilizing motion pictures that I would preserve over all releases in the considered years.

Best Motion Picture

The Last Dance

Best Film 

Vitalina Varela

Best Performance

Tom Mercier


Best Director

Joanna Hogg

The Souvenir

Best Cinematography

Ksenia Sereda


Best Editing

Frederick Wiseman

City Hall

Best Sound


Dir. Francis Lee

Sound Team:

Lewis Birds, Johnnie Burn, Phil Cape, Simon Carroll, Caoimhe Doyle, Lauren Healey, Harry Jones, Oleg Kulchytskyi, Ciara Mahon, Jonathan Reynolds, Dan Turner, David Turner

Best Screenplay

Steven Zaillian

The Irishman

Best Documentary 


Dir. Tamara Kotevska & Ljubomir Stefanov

Films that received high scores in two or more categories:


Mati Diop


Kleber Mendonça Filho & Juliano Dornelles

Honey Boy

Alma Har’el

The Last Black Man in San Francisco

Joe Talbot

Lingua Franca

Isabel Sandoval

Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Eliza Hittman

Portrait Of A Lady On Fire

Céline Sciamma


Garrett Bradley

Zach’s One Thing: Lucrecia Martel Film Masterclass

There are two living filmmakers who hold a deeper understanding of abstraction and manipulation of sound within cinema than anyone else.  One is David Lynch… the other is Lucrecia Martel.  If you’re interested in filmmaking, look no further than Martel as the perfect mentor who you can trust to illuminate the full potential of cinema and creativity.  

Hank’s One Thing: Advil

I had my second vaccine last week and it was, all told, not horrible. But also not easy. The recommendation that I had was to have Gatorade and Advil after. I have to say that Gatorade has gotten way worse than I remember. Advil on the other hand…

When I was growing up I remember always wanting to have Advil, probably because the commercials made them look like candy and let’s be honest, they look like a naked M&M. Now that I buy my own damn pain medicine, I’m shelling out for the OTC that’s got a tinge of sugar in what looks like a soft candy shell.