Narrative Shorts Block 1
February 21 - March 31
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A workaholic father comes home to discover his twin daughters have built a digital android doppelganger that they lovingly call D.A.D.
Best Sci-Fi Short – Indie Film Fest – October 2022
WINNER – PROGRAMMERS’ AWARD: BEST SHORT NARRATIVE
A coming-of-age drama in which an impoverished fashion prodigy living in an abusive and homophobic community with a toxic alcoholic father must thread a thin needle to find his direction and fully embrace his talent and identity.
Diamond Award – International Independent Film Awards – Sept 2022.
Best Film & Best Cinematography – Queen City Film Festival – Oct 2022.
Best Short Film – 1261 Film Festival – Nov 2022.
Best Short Film – Sweden Film Awards – Oct 2022.
Best Short Film – Paris Film Awards – Oct 2022.
Best Director:Short Film – Boden International Film Festival – Sept 2022
Ro & the Stardust
A free-spirited teen fulfills her terminally ill grandmother’s dying wish of building a rocket ship to launch her into outer space.
Best Narrative Short – Reel Sisters of the Diaspora 2022,
Best Sci-fi Short – Downtown Los Angeles Film Festival 2022
Why Tomorrow Never Comes
A powerful psychological thriller from the perspective of a young man struggling with a traumatic experience while talking at a group therapy session. Fighting through the trauma, his past catches up with him when his story becomes intertwined with another man in the group.
Sweet Yellow Heart
Ms. Edna, a family matriarch, desperately tries to hold her family together through culture and tradition. But when she is left to raise her grandson after her daughter leaves for the US and a rift with her grandson sends him off to the big city, Ms. Edna keeps faith to her dying day that her family will all return home.
World Film Carnival – Singapore 2022,
Crown Wood International Film Festival 2022,
Druk International Film Festival 2022