Virginia-based Vigil Bose introduced to ISA his debut film, a 20-minute thriller, and conquered 8 awards between Platinum and Gold. "F A L L" is the title of an ambitious and solid work that makes us glimpse a very promising …
On a property in rural Australia, a son's struggle with his father's growing decrepitude and hypocrisy coils itself to an explosive showdown. "Animal" explores questions of masculinity and family in a world where survival isn’t something worth shouting about. It’s …
A dance film about searching the light whithin. Directed by Elias Djemil (Canada)
Terry, an over-animated gym owner struggling to keep his business open, hires Helen in preparation for the New Year crowd but everyday problems and the opinionated co-worker, Josh, causes some dysfunction. Directed by Royce Adkins (USA)
Awarded Bronze for Best Microfilm, "Rage" is a powerful 98-second work on boxing passion featuring Johanan (Joe) Gabriel. Directed by Seattle-based student filmmaker Myles Ross.
Reese, a timid high school graduate, gathers the courage to confess his feelings for his best friend’s intimidating sister Mandy, but, Miles, his best friend, gets in the way. Directed by Rathin Rao (USA)
Join Brent Handy, former Air Cadet, CF-18 Fighter Pilot and Lead Solo of the Canadian Forces, snowbirds as he embarks on a new path as a surface-certified aerobatic pilot on the air show circuit. Directed by Maciej Hatta (Canada)
A little boy wants to find his mother for his school event. Directed by Zichen Liang (USA)
Platinum Best Supporting Actor (Special Jury Prize) in June round, Danny Gavigan is the second nominee for the 2019 ISA Annual Awards for his remarkable performance in ISA award-winning “Rumination", directed by Chad Eric Smith.
Three nominations, one award: Gold Best LGBT short in October round. "Ice Cream and Tequila" is the debut work of Brazilian filmmaker Joel Junior, filmed in LA.
A man and a woman misunderstand each other. Directed by Tracie Laymon (USA)
"Acceptables" is a short film that deals with race, religion and immigration issues in a rapidly changing political climate. Directed by Michele Lyman (USA)