Independent Shorts Awards is pleased to announce the award winners of May 2020. These projects were shortlisted from a TRT 91:57:16
Written by Martin Curran (Ireland)
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Directed by Jackie Prata (USA)
A poetic expression of the art of high diving.
Directed by DH Jacobs (USA)
A mockumentary about how a fun N64 multi-player game unravels and destroys four friends for the rest of their lives beyond repair.
Directed by Brandon M. Prosek (USA)
Richard Blanz with social problems finds comfort only from the mother who urges him not to close in the house and above all not to get caught. The psychiatrist Fergurson diagnoses a social problem more than psychological.
Directed by Rosario Brucato (Italy)
This is a meditation on memory, the indifference of nature, and the transformative power of small occurrences.
Directed by Top Tarasin (UK)
“Limbo” is a short film that is a part of a project by the director. It involves both photography and film. The project tries to make a critic of modern humanity and relationships, how senseless we have become by using toy body parts and plastic dolls.
Directed by Gokce Erenmemisoglu (Turkey)
Two members of Generation Z expound on their values and habits as they redefine minimalism in a world of consumption, technology, and information overload.
Directed by Isabelle Levent (USA)
There is a girl from another world which he can’t reach there. However, he would like to give everything he has to reach her place.
Directed by Gorkem Tekdal (USA)