Independent Shorts Awards is pleased to announce the award winners of August 2021. These projects were shortlisted from a pool of submissions
A girl arrives at an AirBnB which holds a horrifying secret.
Directed by Josef Beey (Canada)
Music video for the song ‘Golden Days’ by the artist Kinley.
A love letter to Prince Edward Island in the summer. A call to all who have moved away out West to find jobs, to remember the simplicity of life and the beauty of nature and how good it is for your soul to swim in the ocean and be with friends. A call to be yourself.
Directed by Jenna MacMillan (Canada)
A troubled 12-year-old skateboarder must overcome his biggest fears on and off the board — all with the help of his loyal skate crew The Businessmen.
Directed by Aaron Legg (USA)
“Singled Out” follows Ellie, a culturally savvy, eternally single college student. Her three roommates, however, are in relationships — and they never let her forget it.
Directed by Danielle Yacobson, Dylan Hancook, Jesse Aaronson and Gabriel Frieberg (USA)
“Dawg Grooming” is a film about what happens when people drink too much and hook up in bars without considering the consequences of their actions.
Directed by Nathan Bradford (USA)
A couple of friends come home to find that someone has been murdered. With no signs of entry, the killer is still among them.
Directed by Chani Louise (USA)
When Güray holds his breath, he realizes the true intentions of the person who is speaking and the facts behind the words.
Directed by Emin Murat Kılıç (Turkey)
Poetic short about the beauty of the Earth and space as captured from the International Space Station.
Directed by Marcelle Abela (Malta)
This is a video for the song “Food To Ate” off the upcoming album release “The Broke Leg EP.” The EP and the video were made while recovering from a broken leg. This track is old school nursery rhymes with a little modern twist. Featuring Michael “Baba” Raudenbush.
Directed by Randy J. Huling (USA)
An ethnically ambiguous actor struggles to find his place in an unforgiving industry.
Directed by Taz Skylar (UK)