Data: Joi 26 Iulie 2018
Locatia: Beraria Valhalla, Bacau
BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM AWARD @ STTP FEBRUARY 2018 AWARDS
Director: Kay Hannahan
Country: United States
Synopsis: Since the collapse of the communist regime in 1989, Bulgaria has experienced the most extreme population decline in the world. Low birth rates, high death rates, and emigration have pushed many villages to the verge of extinction. Altimir explores life in one of Bulgaria’s disappearing villages haunted by the promises of communism and capitalism.
BEST STUDENT SHORT FILM AWARD @ STTP FEBRUARY 2018 AWARDS
Director: Zara Zerny
Synopsis: A hybrid short film about motherhood based on real experiences – with one actress and a group of real mothers playing themselves within a fictive storyline. Pernille is pregnant and filled with joyful expectations to her new life as a mother. But when her son arrives her world is turned upside-down. The idyllic dream of motherhood is shattered and replaced by the reality of a crying baby. She seeks support and comfort from a group of far more experienced mothers, whom tries to help Pernille the best way they can. But how can one become a great mother?
BEST MOBILE PHONE SHORT FILM AWARD @ STTP FEBRUARY 2018 AWARDS
Director: Georgi Martev, Teodora Vassileva
Synopsis: What is the impact of our stressful world on our mentality? “Insanity” is a Psychological thriller showing just that.
Long Time No See
BEST AMATEUR SHORT FILM AWARD @ STTP FEBRUARY 2018 AWARDS
Director: Aleksi Mörttinen
Synopsis: An estranged father takes his daughter on an ice fishing trip which turns sour. They try to leave but get lost and trapped in the wilderness. After a night in the cold and dark, they are forced to reconcile, and miraculously find their way back home.
BEST MUSIC VIDEO AWARD @ STTP FEBRUARY 2018 AWARDS
Director: Peter Miller
Synopsis: Animated portraits reinterpret Edgar Allan Poe. Original music by Peter Miller.
BEST CHILDREN SHORT FILM AWARD @ STTP FEBRUARY 2018 AWARDS
Director: Han Zhang
Country: United States
Synopsis: Grandpa and grandson street sellers sell stars in a town near the shore. One night, they run out of the stars…
SPECIAL JURY AWARD @ STTP JANUARY 2018 AWARDS
Director: Latifa Said
Synopsis: Suburbs of a big city. One worker from Maghreb feels uncomfortable with women. Ambivalent, either he’s fascinated by them, or they make him afraid. When he meets a hooker, he tries to surpass his complex, discovering his own sexuality.
Under The Apple Tree
BEST ANIMATION SHORT FILM AWARD @ STTP FEBRUARY 2018 AWARDS
Director: Erik van Schaaik
Synopsis: Two brothers, an apple farmer and a priest, live next to each other as neighbors. Unfortunately, they can’t get along very well. The priest is fed up with his peasant brother and his ugly apple orchard, dropping thousands of rotten apples in his neat little graveyard. The farmer is a gawky fellow, drunk on homemade cider, and deeply unhappy. The apple trees are rotten and
the apples full of worms. He is bankrupt, desperate and loathed upon by his heartless brother.
Data: Joi 26 Iulie 2018
Locatia: Snobbish Burger, Bacau
The Glass Pearl
BEST FILM AWARD @ STTP AUGUST 2017 AWARDS
Director: Tommi Seitajoki
Synopsis: A 12-year-old boy plunders garbage cans in a suburb, searching for something that might lead to a reward.
Lau and Laudrup
BEST FILM AWARD @ STTP DECEMBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Charlotte Brodthagen
Synopsis: Soccer-lover Lau lives a lonely existence at the refugee center, as his brother Laudrup is hospitalized. When an epidemic breaks loose in Copenhagen, Lau escapes the evacuation of the center and sets out to rescue his little brother.
The suspended life
BEST FILM AWARD @ STTP JANUARY 2018 AWARDS
Director: Condino Fabrizio
Synopsis: The suspended life tells the repetitve and oppressive routine of a young boy in a provincial town in southern Italy.
BEST FILM AWARD @ STTP MARCH 2018 AWARDS
Director: Haris Stathopoulos
Synopsis: We follow the course of a ticket for Public Transportation as it passes from hand to hand. Each person that holds the ticket carries his own story and a social problem as well. A social recording of the Greek crisis.
BEST FILM AWARD @ STTP MAY 2018 AWARDS
Director: Pablo Munoz Gomez
Synopsis: Santa is capitalist. He brings toys to the rich kids and swea shirts to the poor ones. Nikos, 5 years old.
BEST FILM AWARD @ STTP NOVEMBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Michael Podogil
Synopsis: A young couple admits to see an off theater play in a mysterious dark basement. The play begins as ‘arty’ as expected – some people film it amused with their phones. But the mood changes, when Manfred Amour, the author of the play enters the cellar.
BEST FILM 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 FILM AWARD @ STTP SEPTEMBER 2017 AWARDS
Director: Normann Bjorvand
Synopsis: Richard Wagner Jr. III lives within a prison. Walls of stone and the strong arms of men have their way with the small, frail shell of this man. But beyond these confines, beyond the harsh florescent lights that suck life from dreaming minds, awaits a lucid and fringe dream that seeks out hosts for its short-lived dance of the fantastic.