This is the list of the films screened at Short Film Factory (by SHORT to the Point) in February 2018.
BEST FILM & BEST DIRECTOR AWARD @ STTP OCTOBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Eric DU BELLAY
Synopsis: Eloise, 21 years old, lives in a decrepit family-owned vineyard. On a winter’s sunday, she’s alone on duty for the winemaking cooperative. Her parents are running errands. They left a note saying her cousin, Matis, will spend the night at the domain. The wait starts.
BEST SCREENPLAY AWARD @ STTP OCTOBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: laurent Firode
Synopsis: November 2015, the government asks citizens to flaunt their balconies with a French flag to pay tribute to the victims of the terrorist attacks. This can sometimes have unexpected consequences.
Boris In The Forest
BEST NARRATIVE SHORT FILM AWARD @ STTP OCTOBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Robert Hackett
Country: United Kingdom
Synopsis: A black comedy about a Californian geek in search of his horror hero Boris Karloff. “Wonderfully weird.” Chris Blaine, writer/director ‘Nina Forever’.
María Fernanda in time
BEST EDITING AWARD @ STTP OCTOBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Xavier Pijuan
Synopsis: An overprotective mother produces an accident with terrible consequences in the space-time continuum in the scientific laboratory where his son works.
BEST STUDENT SHORT FILM AWARD @ STTP OCTOBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Valentina Casadei
Synopsis: Adèle, an 85 years old lady, confronts very hardly the loss of her husband, after 63 years of shared life. An unexpected dream, will bring Adele to relive the last moments of their life together, at the museum. She will be able to overcome the pain.
BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM AWARD @ STTP OCTOBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Keyur Shah
Synopsis: In the latest campaign for Incredible India conceptualized by Skylark Productions and CNN, the communication strategy moves beyond foreign tourists to international professionals.
The ad speaks about how there is a lot to discover in India for everyone from an apparel designer, or a travel writer, to even a golfer.
Hundred Miles Red
BEST ANIMATION SHORT FILM AWARD @ STTP OCTOBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Wu ZHENG, Jiawen SHEN, Liying HUANG
Synopsis: The soft wind rises, the dark night lasts. With lights in their hands and red silk on their body, a crowd of women stand quietly under the gate.
Their gazes are afar into the mist, as they await returning of their lovers. All men left for war to protect the country, and today is the day to return.
As dawn breaks, the city wakes to the thump of hooves…
Dot. – Everybody dances to techno
BEST MUSIC VIDEO AWARD @ STTP OCTOBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Prateek Sethi
Synopsis: The song is about the artist loving salsa and not finding a dancing partner whom she doesn’t fall in love with at the end of every dance.
BEST AMATEUR SHORT FILM AWARD @ STTP OCTOBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Angela Semenas
Synopsis: It’s all about women power, love, sex, marriage and the capacity to start your life anew.
In the modern society the household duties, which does every woman at home for herself and her man, are not valuied by men anymore. Men live with women, do not marry and change one woman for another. This film is about the “payment” for everything that woman does for her man.
Everyone has to pay his bills.
BEST SCREENPLAY AWARD @ STTP SEPTEMBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Ernesto González Díaz
Synopsis: A couple of sound engineers have stopped paying attention to each other. During a film shooting they see themselves in the actors who play the scene, which makes them understand the importance of listening to one another.