MY LITTLE BROTHER
Directed by Anthony Bennett This innovative film manages to shine a light on much-debated topics of the modern world using an unexpected device: the flow of ideas going through a boy’s mind. The voice-over narrative is playful, sensitive, but also accurate in its depiction of the Internet’s perils.
Directed by Kseniya Yorsh “Mask-up” is a short film with a thought-provoking premise, which hasn’t been developed to its full potential.
SEE YOU IN HELL
Directed by Oliver Ryder “See You in Hell” is a captivating short film that gives audiences the opportunity of a good laugh, but which also tackles an intriguing theme with a lot of imagination.
WHO BROUGHT THE COATSTAND?
Directed by Matthew Simmonds This conceptual short depicts a meeting between an informant and an intelligence agent, each of them guarding their own principles.
THE MUSE WILL FIND YOU WORKING
Directed by Wade Koch The black-white and white and dialog-free short is a heartfelt cinematic journey into the inner world of a lonely artist. The visual style of the film reminds the savvy viewer about the poetical cinema of Maya Deren.
Directed by Sunny Bahia A young man kidnapped as a child is finally found. What we see is his flow of paranoid thoughts, picturesque memories, anxious dreams and bits of reality that merge into a suspenseful vision of panic.
Directed by Ramin Sohrab While we understand the efforts put into making an action film with a small budget, we think that appropriate stylistic choices have their fair share of importance.
THE DREAM GUARDIAN
Directed by Trevor Hewitt The creative team behind this film managed to tell an amusing and beautiful story in one minute and a half, portraying the imaginary universe of a child.
Directed by Aimie Willemse A woman fights her “dark side”, possibly representing depression, a side that is controlling and violent and leaves the other half drained of energy.
MY WHIPLASH GONE BLANK
Directed by Julian Quentin We appreciate the creative effort put into this piece of performance video by a young director that seeks unconventional forms of manipulating the audiovisual language.
I'M NOT HERE
Directed by Julian Quentin “I’m Not Here” is a challeging arthouse short that will fascinate audiences with its uniqueness.
Directed by Anaëlle Morf We think “Honeymoon” is a touching and amusing love story movie that demonstrates the skills of a talented emerging director.
THE BEAST UNDERNEATH
Directed by Anaëlle Morf & Alexandre Rufin The Beast Underneath is a mockumentary about the life of a famous fisherman who becomes self-absorbed in the story of his success.