Indie Short Fest is pleased to announce the award winners of December 2019. The full list is available here. These projects
In a not-so-distant future, Adam, humanities lone survivor, learns to thrive abandon on an empty, desolate Earth.
Directed by Elias Gandy (USA)
Blanche and Kaley are the millennial female hosts tapped to make the MAGA brand hip for a right-wing media group’s new shopping show, but the show ultimately attracts a basket of deplorables instead.
Directed by Mervyn Cole (USA)
A Mexican-American teenager struggles with body image and self-love.
Directed by Emilio Nieto (USA)
Animated music video for the song “Change our Tune” by The Lark and the Loon.
Directed by Jeff Rolfzen and Rocky Steen-Rolfzen (USA)
Short script written by Debbi Mack (USA)
Irish bartender Alan must decide if he wants to be right or happy and reconnect with his estranged mother after she kicked him out of their family home for being gay.
Directed by Chris Marcantel (USA)
A young woman catches her boyfriend cheating on her and attempts to put him in the same situation he put her in.
Directed by Stephen Crooms (USA)
An Animation short film based on legendary Skull island. Short film is based on a weird game of Apes living in the Island by snatching Dinosaur egg. Action sequences are designed for fun of all ages.
Directed by Martin Bastian (Canada)
An indie short story set to the music of WhiteWater Ramble spanning the tumultuous relationship of a touring musician and his wife who remains at home while he tours. It touches upon domestic and gun violence issues in our society today.
Directed by Tomas Herrera (USA)
Tension mounts between two rival “biker” gangs when they butt helmets at a local watering hole. Directed by Anthony Echo