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Official Selection Films

Horizon

Director – Daniele De Muro
Duration – 15 minutes
Country – Italy

Millennial Jenny
Director – Emmett Skilton
Duration – 1 minute 59 seconds
Country – New Zealand

Rocks and Crows
Director – Anne Thorens
Duration – 4 minutes 10 seconds
Country – Switzerland

Dajla: cinema and oblivion
Director – Arturo Dueñas Herrero
Duration – 15 minutes
Country – Spain

Hannyta - Wildflower
Director – Jerry Housen
Duration – 3 minutes 23 seconds
Country – United Kingdom

Bloom
Director – Paul De Cinque
Duration – 8 minutes 40 seconds
Country – Australia

KOLD
Director – Marley Hasselbach
Duration – 18 minutes 7 seconds
Country – Denmark

The Cat The Mouse and The Sausage
Director – Joel Simon
Duration – 6 minutes 10 seconds
Country – United Kingdom

Dresses
Director – Nayan Sarma
Duration – 3 minutes
Country – United States

Used Furniture
Director – Conor Forrest
Duration – 9 minutes 59 seconds
Country – Canada

ACES
Director – Jordan-Paige Sudduth
Duration – 9 minutes 33 seconds
Country – United States

EXPECTATION
Director – Kseniya SHUTKA
Duration – 6 minutes 8 seconds
Country – Russian Federation

Rainbow
Director – Hui Tan
Duration – 8 minutes 24 seconds
Country – United States

SADA
Director – Alex Andre
Duration – 27 minutes 29 seconds
Country – United States

FROM SILENCE AND NOTHINGNESS
Director – Brice Ormain
Duration – 4 minutes 58 seconds
Country – France

Life on the Fast Track
Director – Yeonsu Shin
Duration – 9 minutes 6 seconds
Country – Canada

All Your Word

Director – James de Vries

Duration – 2 minutes 55 seconds

Country – Canada

 

In Natur

Director – Marcel Barelli

Duration – 5 minutes

Country – Switzerland

 

Welcome to the Galax

Director – Suz Mawer

Duration – 10 minutes

Country – Australia

 

A Feast That Never Comes [10m]

Director – Maria Juranic

Duration – 9 minutes 59 seconds

Country – United States

 

A Feast That Never Come

Director – Maria Juranic

Duration – 16 minutes 22 seconds

Country – United States

 

JUNE

Director – Dwayne Cameron

Duration – 14 minutes 54 seconds

Country – New Zealand

 

When She Was Goo

Director – Margarita Milne

Duration – 20 minutes

Country – United Kingdom

 

Why Can't We Be Friends?

Director – Jeremy M Goldstein, Eric Stumpf

Duration – 19 minutes 44 seconds

Country – United States

 

A little someone

Director – Ramya Ankilla

Duration – 6 minutes 40 seconds

Country – India

 

CHROMA KE

Director – Max Puglisi

Duration – 15 minutes

Country – United Kingdom

 

MORE

Director – Vaibhav Madhukar Piwlatkar

Duration – 3 minutes 55 seconds

Country – India

 

Who? How? and Where?

Director – Victoria Garza

Duration – 11 minutes 29 seconds

Country – Mexico

 

Trees for Sale

Director – Rajesh Rajan

Duration – 12 minutes 22 seconds

Country – India

 

I Loved Her First

Director – Braydon langford

Duration – 6 minutes 51 seconds

Country – Canada

 

A Lost Chil

Director – Jean-Pierre Flayeux

Duration – 7 minutes

Country – Canada

 

 
Winner Films
BEST CATEGORIES AWARDS
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BEST INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM 

CHROMA KEY

Director - Max Puglisi

Synopsis: James is a death row inmate. For his good behavior he is rewarded with his great dream, to be free in virtual reality. The experiment will be conducted by Gwyneth, psychologist who using the classic Chroma Key effect, will make James the protagonist of a film set outdoors. The results and the emotions will be tested by the psychologist in an exciting context.

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BEST STUDENT SHORT FILM 

A Lost Child

Director - Jean-Pierre Flayeux

Synopsis: Follow the adventures of a mysterious young woman in a desolate world.

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BEST LGBT SHORT FILM 

Used Furniture

Director - Conor Forrest

Synopsis: Making a splash on the LGBTQ short film scene is Used Furniture. On an idyllic afternoon at the beach Philly faces his unrequited love for his roommate Jamie while trying to distance himself from their trio friendship.

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BEST WEB SERIES 

Millennial Jenny

Director - Emmett Skilton

Synopsis: In this new bite-sized social media-exclusive comedy, selfie-loving, digital-savvy Jenny is at a crossroads; she's bored, she hates her job, and she desperately wants to make her mark on the world.
It's time for her to find her purpose. 

Now with over 3.5million Tik Tok views, see the full series here: https://www.instagram.com/millennialjenny/

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BEST MUSIC VIDEO

Hannyta - Wildflower

Director - Jerry Housen

Synopsis: music video from 17 year old singer-songwriter. "Wildflower is a very positive and patriotic vibe, a lovely electric folk-pop love song with many artistic angles. I wrote the song after I have watched a film about the Navajo Code Talkers titled Windtalkers with Nicolas Cage, a 2002 movie and it really touched my heart. The Navajo language was an unbreakable code used by the US Navy during WWII. Despite the historical injustice that happened to the Native American Indians centuries ago the ..........

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BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM

Dajla: cinema and oblivion

Director - Arturo Dueñas Herrero

Synopsis: Life is going on in Dakhla, one of the Sahrawi refugee camps in southern Algeria, forgotten for 45 years. The celebration of a film festival, the Fisahara, breaks the monotony. The event ends, life (and oblivion) continues.

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BEST ANIMATION FILM

The Cat The Mouse and The Sausag

Director - Joel Simon

Synopsis: Three strangers - a cat, a mouse and a sausage - have to share a small flat in a large city, in order to save money. 

Although everything goes smoothly at first, the equilibrium of their daily routine is disrupted when one of the flatmates starts to wonder if he is being taken advantage of. 

This seed of doubt escalates dramatically in this animated film which is based on a 19th century folk tale by the Brothers Grimm.

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BEST DRAMA FILM

Rocks and Crows

Director - Anne Thorens

Synopsis: Lucas is playing in the yard of his building with his plastic pistol. But his game takes another twist when he starts playing with crows.

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BEST EXPERIMENT FILM

A Feast That Never Comes

Director - Maria Juranic

Synopsis: Four characters inhabit cycles within cycles of contentment, discontentment, inertia, movement, desire, and betrayal. A story emerges—told through the marriage of music (Ex-Fiancée) and dance (ChrisMastersDance)—functioning as a set of nesting dolls, inviting you to uncover as many layers as you wish. Directed by Maria Juranic.

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BEST HORROR FILM

Horizon

Director - Daniele De Muro

Synopsis: In the borderlands, crossed by climate refugees looking for safety, men face their primordial nature, in a bleak reality where the law of the strongest rules the world. Hidden in an underground shelter and resigned to his fate, the main character observes the definitive decline of society as it surrender to the evil nature of men, until a special encounter, interpreted as a divine sign of light, turns on his faith and hope for the future of humanity.

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BEST ROMANTIC FILM

KOLD

Director - Marley Hasselbach

Synopsis: A young woman tired of being coddled because of her hereditary heart condition enters an intense physical relationship with a young man obsessed with ice swimming. 

During a wintery night out in Copenhagen, Louise spots a young man swimming naked in the canal. What starts as a confrontation ends in frenzied passion in Magnus' apartment. They dive into a relationship almost competitive in its intensity, both struggling to trust one another. .............

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BEST JURY AWARD

SADA

Director - Alex Andre

Synopsis: A young street hustler roams the neighborhoods of Paris during Christmas. When she meets her next target, events take a surprising turn.

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BEST DIRECTOR

Award goes to: Rajesh Rajan

Trees for Sale

Director - Rajesh Rajan

Synopsis: LOGLINE
A farmer is forced to sell his agricultural land to Villa Builders only to realize that they are also a Tree Planting organization.
SYNOPSIS
Akshay is a young entrepreneur who is being interviewed by a leading media firm on his achievements. The interview is to acknowledge, appreciate ............

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BEST DOP - DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Award goes to: Bjørn Vea

KOLD

Director - Marley Hasselbach

Synopsis: A young woman tired of being coddled because of her hereditary heart condition enters an intense physical relationship with a young man obsessed with ice swimming. 

During a wintery night out in Copenhagen, Louise spots a young man swimming naked in the canal. What starts as a confrontation ends in frenzied passion in Magnus' apartment. They dive into a relationship ...................

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BEST SCREENWRITER 

Award goes to: Jordan-Paige Sudduth

ACES

Director - Jordan-Paige Sudduth

Synopsis: When Summer and Phoebe meet, it’s practically love at first sight. But as their relationship progresses, Phoebe discovers a part of her identity that causes a roadblock between the two, and it’s up to them to find their way back to each other, or call it quits.

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BEST EDITOR

Award goes to: Dwayne Cameron & Peter Roberts

JUNE

Director - Dwayne Cameron

Synopsis: June is a story about the fragility of life; the primal forces that drive and control us and the mystery of hope and new beginnings. Willow and David receive a serious diagnosis from their doctor and attempt to deal with the mundane as their world disintegrates in the following 24 hours. This one day in June for the couple holds raw despair, unleashing carnal natures but a transcendent occurrence offers them the hope of new life.

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BEST MALE ACTOR

Award goes to: Niels Knop Madsen

KOLD

Director - Marley Hasselbach

Synopsis: A young woman tired of being coddled because of her hereditary heart condition enters an intense physical relationship with a young man obsessed with ice swimming. 

During a wintery night out in Copenhagen, Louise spots a young man swimming naked in the canal. What starts as a confrontation ends in frenzied passion in Magnus' apartment. They dive into a relationship ...................

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BEST FEMALE ACTOR

Award goes to: Mikka Chantal Deleuran

KOLD

Director - Marley Hasselbach

Synopsis: A young woman tired of being coddled because of her hereditary heart condition enters an intense physical relationship with a young man obsessed with ice swimming. 

During a wintery night out in Copenhagen, Louise spots a young man swimming naked in the canal. What starts as a confrontation ends in frenzied passion in Magnus' apartment. They dive into a relationship ...................

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BEST QUARANTINE FILM (COVID-19 VIRUS FILM)

Dresses

Director - Nayan Sarma

Synopsis: .............