The winner of the second European Short Film Audience Award received €3500 offered by the Brussels Short Film Festival.
★ WINNER ★
UNE SOEUR (A SISTER) by Delphine Girard
Belgium – 2018 – 16’29 » – Fiction
Brussels Short Film Festival Audience Award
A night. A car. A woman in trouble. A call.
NORTEÑOS by Grandmas
UK – 2018 – 7’58 » – Fiction
Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival Bristol Audience Award
Barry, a mild mannered fool from somewhere in the Northwest attempts to elicit the help of his ex-girlfriend after brutally murdering his grandmother with a hammer.
TO TEACH A BIRD TO FLY by Minna Rainio & Mark Roberts
Finland – 2020 – 24′ – Documentary
Tampere Film Festival Audience Award
A docufiction that tells the story of bird extinction from the point of view of northern bald ibis, and the reintroduction project attempting to bring this species back in Europe.
REVOLVO by Francy Fabritz
Germany – 2019 – 8′ – Fiction
Interfilm – International Short Film Festival Berlin Audience Award
Two women are kidnapping a dubious right-wing politician by elegantly stealing his car with him caught in the boot. What seems like a supposedly harmless ride at first glance turns into a plan of revenge.
MIND MY MIND by Floor Adams
Netherlands – 2019 – 29’40 » – Animation
Go Short Film Festival Audience Award
Chris, an autistic young man who camouflages his obsession with dive bombers, gets by with the help of Hans, the little guy who lives in his head and translates Chris’s social scripts for him. When zoologist Gwen invites Chris to meet her favorite chameleon, Chris and Hans move expeditiously ahead with a flirt script… but then the chameleon dies and Gwen needs Chris to go off script.
MEMORABLE by Bruno Collet
France – 2019 – 12’02 » – Animation
Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival Audience Award
Recently, Louis, painter, is experiencing strange events. His world seems to be mutating. Slowly, furnitures, objects, people lose their realism. They are destructuring, sometimes disintegrating…
MANOLO MONTESCO Y CARMELA CAPULETO (MANOLO MONTAGUE AND CARMELA CAPULET) by María Jáimez
Spain – 2019 – 29′ – Documentary
Alciné – Festival de Cine Alcalá de Henares Audience Award
What would happen in the life of Romeo and Juliet if they had not died adolescents? How would their days be at 90?
PLUS JEDEN (PLUS ONE) by Myroslava Klochko
Ukraine, Czech Republic – 2019 – 23′ – Fiction
Lviv International Short Film Festival Wiz Art Audience Award
Happy newlyweds Ida and Jura are expecting a child. Ida suddenly finds out that the child will be special. She is unsure of how Jura will react when he learns the news, or what life with an extraordinary child will bring.
LES EXTRAORDINARAIRES MESAVENTURES DE LA JEUNE FILLE DE PIERRE (THE MARVELOUS MISADVENTURES OF THE STONE LADY) by Gabriel Abrantes
France, Portugal – 2019 – 20′ – Fiction/Animation
Curtas Vila do Conde – International Film Festival Audience Award
Tired of being a banal architectural ornament, a sculpture runs away from the Louvre to confront real life on the streets of Paris.