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Melancholy – Ta Tristesse: Interview with Jacinthe Folon

A little conversation with the young Belgian director, winner of the Music Video International Competition at Ca' Foscari Short Film Festival


Melancholy – Ta Tristesse directed by the Belgian author Jacinthe Folon is the winner of the first edition of the International Music Video Competition at Ca’ Foscari Short Film Festival, an experimental contest addressed only to music videos made by students from universities and schools of cinema from all over the world. A music video…


It’s No Game – by Oscar Sharp

In this day and age, how useful are screenwriters?

2017 | 5 - 10 | CGI | Dystopia | Sci-Fi | UK

It’s No Game is director Oscar Sharp‘s follow-up to last year short film Sunspring, written entirely by an algorithm that eventually named itself Benjamin. Now Sharp and AI researcher Ross Goodwin have teamed up with Benjamin again to create a new dystopian and humorous take on robots gearing up to take over Hollywood. At this…


Double King – by Felix Colgrave

An animated short film about love... and regicide

2017 | 5 - 10 | Animation | Australia | Fantasy | Human Nature

Centuries ago there lived… “A king!” my little readers will say immediately. Yes. It’s right! In this time the king is the leading character of Felix Colgrave‘s new short film, Double King. Set in a land where every species of animal and plant answers to its own respective monarchy, this 2D Computer animated trip sees a mysterious king with…


Otherhalf – by Ben West

A literal conflict with themselves, by Framestore

2016 | CGI | Comedy | Experimental | Human Nature | USA

Otherhalf is described by the authors as a comedy about a man who decides to “break up” with himself. The short film was written and directed by Ben West for Framestore, a production company that contributes to the development of films combining the weird characteristics of the plot to excellent visual effects. The story in question continues…


The Robbery – by Jim Cummings

After Thunder Road, another dark comedy where a robbery doesn't go so well

2016 | 5 - 10 | Black Comedy | Life & Society | Live-Action | USA

After winning the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival 2016 with Thunder Road, Jim Cummings renews his participation to the 2017 edition with his new short film, The Robbery. This short confirms the director’s passion for black comedy. The story, written in collaboration with his friend Dustin Hahn, was inspired by a real life episode that Hahn told Jim.…

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