Our short documentary, Noggin, has been selected to several film festivals, and we couldn’t be more proud! Check out these awesome laurels!
We’re the winners in our category for December!
VESUVIUS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL IS A FESTIVAL ONCE A MONTH WITH ANNUAL SCREENING. THE FILMS OF THE OFFICIAL SELECTION AND THE WINNERS WILL BE SELECTED EACH MONTH.
EVERY YEAR, ALL THE WINNERS OF THE MAIN CATEGORIES WILL BE SCREENED LIVE WITH THE PUBLIC. THE WINNERS OF THE YEAR WILL BE ANNOUNCED DURING THE AWARDS CEREMONY.
SO FOR EACH ENTRY, THE AUTHOR HAS THE CHANCE TO WIN TWICE (THE WINNER OF THE MONTH AND THE WINNER OF THE YEAR)
THE BEST FILMS WILL BE SCREENED LIVE IN CAMPANIA, SOUTH OF ITALY.
The NexGn International Short Film Festival of India had showcased over 900 plus short films in 3 years. This year we had a live streaming session on Facebook for those who were not able to attend the event during the hard times of COVID19. This festival also provides networking events and ample opportunities for selected film-makers to showcase their achievements, learn from their fellows and build contacts for future collaborations. The Festival also benefits from the vibrant Indian film-making community of India.
We also were finalists for Best Director (Josh Hallem) and Best Director of Photography (Ramiro Cuenca Sabido)!
4theatre selection is a monthly selection of short films from all over the world. They know how difficult it is to see your work published on some platform. Precisely for this reason they have decided to simplify the life of the thousands of videomakers all over the world, making available the possibility of being able to see their project published on 4theatre.
The Festival encourages people to create, to become innovative and to communicate amongst themselves regarding art. It is also a platform that will help people find their vocation for film. It is organized by students and teachers from universities, colleges and schools from around the world.
An intercontinental co-production USA, Germany, Japan, Argentina, Spain, France, and the UK!
One of the world’s largest online film festivals! New York, Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Munich, Tokyo, Cannes, and many other cities are part of this creation!
“At The Continental Film Festival, we are looking for stories that stay with the audience after leaving the cinema, and that challenge the way we think and feel about the world around us. Our aim is to promote the artists who tell these stories, by providing a platform for their work and recognizing their efforts with awards in a wide range of categories.”
The World Water Film Festival is a non-profit film festival for filmmakers and storytellers from all over the world to highlight human-water relationship issues and concerns that inspire an action step for the viewer beyond its entertainment and informative value.
In creating this platform their goal is to leverage the power in the medium & art form of film to enhance relationships between filmmakers, organizations, and the entire human population to build advocacy and activism in water-related matters.
The World Water Film Festival will be hosted by the Columbia Climate School and Columbia Water Center at The Forum at Columbia University Sunday March 19!
Our online film festival will run Sunday March 20 – March 26th!