A conflicted man named Bill takes out his frustrations on a co-worker, which results in a confrontation revealing a devastating
Julie is plagued by guilt over the death of her boyfriend Carl. She feels it is her fault and her friends are judging her for it. As she navigates her thoughts and memories at his wake, we come to a startling revelation.
Directed by Larry Rosen (USA)
Love. From it’s end to the magical moment when we fall into it. We follow Anne & Elizabeth through their relationship. A visceral love story told through music and dance.
Directed by Nick Mandri-Perrott (Spain)
A dark comedy about a group of female Eco-Assassins whose mission is to rid the world of those who would abuse their beloved planet.
Directed by Alexa Mercado and Michael Mastrangelo (USA)
Three months after the accident that left his little brother wheelchair-bound, Matt, an outgoing 20-year-old, returns home.
Directed by Aloiz Krisak (Canada)
After recently experiencing a traumatic loss, a young woman discovers a new pill that would allow her to erase her worst memories.
Directed by Caleb Murphy (USA)
Kinda like Billy the Kid meets Thelma and Louise.
Directed by David Shark Fralick, Nathan Arcand and Marnie Madden (USA)
A college student needs to make a choice on whether or not to apply to a $1,000 “Love Your Mother” scholarship after he envisions the life he thinks his mom had in 1997.
Directed by Triana Peña (USA)
A girl is at a crossroads of her life, and she doesn’t know how to make a right decision.
Directed by Aliasghar Behboodi (Iran)
Independent Shorts Awards is pleased to announce the award winners of May 2018.
Thank you for sharing your works and congratulations to all!
This short film is about a father and his two autistic children. They get on the ferry on a wintry day. They meet with some disappointing incidents in their short trip. Due to some impatient passengers’ reactions to his children’s unintentional actions, the father feels sad and loses his hope.
Directed by Mehmet Tığlı (Turkey)