Independent Shorts Awards

Last Day

Two high school seniors discuss their senior prank on the drive to the last day of school.
Directed by Landon Coats (USA)

Me Too

A young vibrant, aspiring artist, who thrives on chance, puts her absolute all into auditioning to a panel of producers and a casting director for a rare opportunity for a part in a film. What extremes must women go to for an opportunity to have an opportunity?
Directed by Ayeshah Rose (Australia)

The Bed-Dream of Dellingr

One man, one bed, one flat, one day, 12 streets of Arc de Triomphe, 12 hours for a daydream. This Sisyphus-tragedy revolves around multiple psychological dreams, about a self-abandoned man who had a biological clock reversed and lost his diurnal life.
Directed by Chu Jing Zhang (China)

Track 7

“Track 7” is a horror fantasy short film about a music track which has dark magic.
Directed by Andrea Tiatto (Malta)


When a vegan gets turned into a zombie, she finds herself in a world where her deeply ingrained lifestyle conflicts with the new-found need to eat flesh to survive.
Directed by CJ Barnes (Australia)


Imagine an America where ‘Black privilege’ is a real phenomenon and White mothers pray daily that their children make it home alive… Ask yourself, would ‘All Lives Matter’ then?…
Directed by Lawrence Watford (USA)

Where I’m Left

This is a short film dealing with suicide and how it affects the loved ones left behind still searching for answers. How you can love someone so much, but sometimes everything isn’t always enough to save someone.
Written by Annaliese von der Burg (USA)