INFIERNO • 2019

DIRECTOR: Manuel Camacho

COUNTRY: Spain

RUNTIME: '8

 

SYNOPSIS: Un hombre trastornado tortura a una joven que ha secuestrado en su apartamento. Cuando está a punto de matarla, alguien llama a la puerta. A partir de ese momento, se desatará un infierno.

 

NOMINATIONS:

• Best Short Film

SHORT FILMS

THE LAST REVERIE • 2021

DIRECTOR: Vihang Walve

COUNTRY: USA

RUNTIME: '6

 

SYNOPSIS: In the near future, a man receives radical advice from his home A.I. to recover from a recent heart break.

 

NOMINATIONS:

• Best Short Film

DIRECTOR: Giuseppe Brigante

COUNTRY: Italy

RUNTIME: '15

 

SYNOPSIS: When the world stopped for the covid-19 pandemic, Giacomo began to believe in the promise that everything will be fine. People will hug each other more than before. He has always lived alone. Has the time come to change his life?

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Short Film

MORE THAN BEFORE • 2020

DIRECTOR: Nadia Anebri

COUNTRY: France

RUNTIME: '20

 

SYNOPSIS: Maeline locked in a mutism, has to stay with Patrick her Stepfather to help him with the butchery.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Short Film

PETIT POUSSIN • 2020

DIRECTOR: Hava Rokhlin

COUNTRY: Israel

RUNTIME: '20

 

SYNOPSIS: Sarah (11), a daughter of Russian emigrants, lives in a neglected Israeli neighborhood in a suburb by the desert. She spends most of her time alone– staying away from the yard's commotion. One afternoon, she returns home to find that she's locked outside. Having to deal with the local bums and other strange characters, she sets to a surreal adventure that will eventually help her grow .

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Short Film

GRAPE JUICE • 2020

DIRECTOR: Nino Laisné

COUNTRY: France

RUNTIME: '12

 

SYNOPSIS: L’air des infortunés, a hybrid work in which the different languages of cinema, opera and Early music converge, is part of a reflection on imposture and falsehood. This short film, whose premise is the false replica of a mechanism of La joueuse de tympanon, convokes the story of Karl Wilhelm Naundorff, a controversial clockmaker who usurped the identity of Louis XVII, Dauphin of France.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Short Film

L'AIR DES INFORTUNÉS • 2019

DIRECTOR: Manuel H. Martín

COUNTRY: Spain

RUNTIME: '13

 

SYNOPSIS: Every morning Maria gets up at dawn to make breakfast. Every morning she has breakfast with her husband. They have been together for almost 50 years, a lifetime. But something strange is happening. It could be the end of the love story.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Short Film

A LIFETIME • 2021

DIRECTOR: Double G

COUNTRY: Spain

RUNTIME: '14

 

SYNOPSIS: Roberto is on the pool table, the girl he likes places the triangle for him, the customers have become fans and the eyes of the whole world are on his next shot. And like all of us, we wonder: what will be his next hit? The fame, the money, the girl. Everything is on the table.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Short Film

JUST ONE MORE • 2021

DIRECTOR: Gonzalo Ruiz Esteban

COUNTRY: Spain

RUNTIME: '15

 

SYNOPSIS: Eva and María are nuns and teachers in a strict catholic school. An unfortunate comment will bring negative consecuences for Eva. María, the newcomer, is trying to get adapted to her new life.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Short Film

TRICK • 2020

DIRECTOR: Orlando Almeida

COUNTRY: Spain

RUNTIME: '29

 

SYNOPSIS: While exploring on a seemingly uninhabited planet, a Scout is captured and interrogated about an unknown "Mr. D". But he is not alone. Will the worried Scout survive?

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Short Film

RED CLOUD • 2020

DIRECTOR: Seungwoo Choi

COUNTRY: South Korea

RUNTIME: '30

 

SYNOPSIS: A young man who lived in Seoul returns to his home town to take care of his father's barn after his father's sudden death. Ultimately, the young man gets a glimpse of his father's life.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Short Film

FATHER'S BARN • 2021