Independent Shorts Awards is pleased to announce the award winners of June 2022. These projects were shortlisted from a pool of submissions
Music video for Unge Ferrari, made with a combination of film and 3D. In order to tie live action and 3D together, the same lighting is used, which also pulses to the music throughout.
Directed by Axel Lavin (Norway)
A wounded woman tries to find a missing piece from a puzzle only to find out a horrific truth about her injuries.
Directed by Esteban De La Isla (USA)
“The Five Fingers of the Devil”, “40ish…”, “The Freezer”, “Enginuity”, “Suicide 101”, “Frames”, and “Red Shirt”. Seven works that deserve particular attention.
Directed by Natsumi Shibata (USA)
Love and art in the age of Trump.
Chaos and order compete as a married man falls for an artist ingenue. Art prevails.
Directed by Robert Belinoff (USA)
This short film is a psychological thriller about one woman who spends the night in her recently deceased mother in laws house and eventually realizes she is not alone.
Directed by Derek Johnson (USA)
A 12-year-old girl loses her parents in a car accident and is forced to live with her unstable aunt, who is tied to bad people. She soon befriends an escaped mental patient and hides him at home.
Directed by Jonathan Holbrook (USA)
A misfit girl with headgear is victimized by bullies and comes home to her strange parents with a dark secret.
Directed by Jonathan Wade Holbrook and Elena Stecca (USA)
When you lose all connection, what remains…..
Directed by Diogo Morgado (USA)
Having a mysterious encounter in Manhattan…
What if you would meet that one person who can make you realize something is not right..? Or very wrong?
Would you believe it?
Directed by Hugo Teugels (Belgium)