• Incident at School

    Certain directors create extraordinary cinematic experiences precisely by the fact that they manage to temper the “spectacular” impetus making them exaggerate with an ostentatious cinematic formula. The apparent simplicity of such projects hides, in fact, not only a clear […]

    Sep 10, 2021
  • Skilleveien

    When we hear about movies that address the theme of religious cults, we certainly expect a drama-thriller that explores some of the purest manifestations of evil. However, ‘Skilleveien’ takes distance from this formula, without diminishing the impact of its […]

    Jun 10, 2021
  • It’s So Charming

    One of the reasons why ‘It’s So Charming‘ is such a charming short film is precisely because it has such an ironic title. In fact, Svend Colding contracts in his project a short fragment of social reality about everything […]

    May 12, 2021
  • The Death of My Father

    “A boy’s best friend is his mother.” But the same thing is also true for fathers. The short film ‘The Death of My Father‘ is far from a Hitchcockian thriller, although many of you will notice some affinities with […]

    Apr 19, 2021
  • Scarlett

    Light and darkness, calm and shrill, friendship and hate, glamor and blood. There are a lot of contrasts  in ‘Scarlett‘, one of the most vibrant and unpredictable short films we have had in our festival, in which Tahraoui Sarah […]

    Dec 9, 2020
  • Velvet Farewell

    There are certain short films that, after seeing them, you can only say: excellent! Well, yes, ‘Velvet Farewell‘ is an impeccably made short film. In addition, when we found out that the young director Micheal Eastman is at the […]

    Sep 3, 2020
  • Wicked Trails

    From the beginning, we have to state it: ‘Wicked Trails’ is a true masterpiece on a budget!   Why is that? – some will ask… well, because Deepanshu Singh takes one idea to a level we rarely could have […]

    Jun 2, 2020
  • At Dawn

    We are all familiar with films describing that almost spiritual communion with nature, in which people find in the fresh air of the mountain or in the ocean breeze a kind of simulacrum of paradise. However, certain directors prefer […]

    Sep 10, 2019
  • The Mandarin Tree

    A well-known writer once said that people cannot survive without poetry. Director Cengiz Akaygün feels somewhat the same, since his short film talks about the absolute necessity of imagination for the survival of people in extreme conditions. Emerging from […]

    Aug 23, 2019
  • Inhumanity

    The crazy type of character has changed dramatically in the last few years. No one can see the crazy one with the same eyes after ‘Fight Club’ happened. The universal Tyler Durden-type can be seen in every little character […]

    Mar 24, 2019
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