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Il Fischietto (The Whistle)

The story of a little girl facing a traumatic event and her personal way of acceptance.

10-15 | 2012 | Drama | Grief | Italy | Live-Action

Il Fischietto (The Whistle) is the debut shortfilm by Roman director Lamberto Sanfelice, produced by ANG Film in collaboration with Asmara Films, who’s premiering today at the Sundance Film Festival his first feature film Cloro (Chlorine), with the same producers, the only Italian presence at the event, and soon in Berlin. This short narrates in an original and delicate manner…


Shorts not to miss at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival


The 2015 Sundance Film Festival kicks off this week, and the shorts film program is comprised of 60 films divided in four sections – U.S. Narrative, International Narrative, Documentary and Animated shorts. Here’s our selection of what not to miss this year:   A Million Miles Away – U.S.A. (Jennifer Reeder) A woman on the…

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He Took His Skin Off For Me

10-15 | 2014 | Drama | Love | Special FX | UK

Basato sul racconto breve di Maria Hummer dallo stesso nome (che può essere ‘ascoltato’ qui, recitato dalla stessa autrice), He Took His Skin Off For Me è un’iperbolica storia d’amore che racconta un’estremo sacrificio fatto da un uomo per la donna che ama. ‘Mi ha chiesto se era quello che volevo, io ho detto di…

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Person to Person

A New Yorker's daily life is halted as he finds a stranger girl sleeping on his apartment's floor.

15 – 20 | 2014 | Comedy | Human Nature | Live-Action | USA

Back in March 2014, New Yorker critic Richard Brody wrote an article about the role of shorts in the film industry (we previously reported on it, here). This reflection stemmed from Person to Person, an American short  that is finally online after a long and successful run in the international festival circuit (Sundance, SXSW, Berlinale,…


Charlie Hebdo, Before the Massacre.

The documentary of the New York Times takes us inside the editor office of Charlie Hebdo. A testament that's also a cause for reflection.

0 – 5 | 2006 | Documentary | France | Observational | Politics

“For the first time ever, a worldwide chain of events has been started by a drawing.” says Jean “Cabu” Cabut, one of the cartoonist that died during the terrorist attack at the editorial office of the now infamous French satiric weekly Charlie Hebdo. And it is probably the best statement to describe the complexity of…

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