Indie Short Fest is pleased to announce the award winners of July 2020. The full list is available here. These projects
When Mark and Rebecca, an expectant couple, find themselves in need of supplemental income, they decide to rent out their nursery. Finding the right person to be part of their family, that’s the tricky part.
directed by Alix Cuadra and Roth Rind
A thief posing as a dog walker returning a dog to his owners winds up in a fight for his life when he discovers the couple’s home has a dark side.
Directed by Genia Starcev (USA)
Destiny honors her grandmother by playing a song, God in a Windstorm, that was passed down to her.
Directed by Eric Craig (USA)
15 years after the September 11th attacks, Alex is reminded of all that was lost on that day.
Directed by Ashley Marinaccio (USA)
A scripted comedic series centered in the on demand beauty industry in Los Angeles about people of all shapes, sizes, and colors, their spray tans, and the girl who gives them.
Directed by Daria Rountree and Marcelle Pallais (USA)
“Joyride” explores the optimism of facing fear to triumphantly become the person you’re meant to be in life. The video is a testament to that belief exploring how a surfer boldly attempts to conquer the ocean while a little girl fights to overcome her fear of it.
Directed by Ben Fraternale Featuring Scott Rocco (USA)
In an attempt to fix his bad dating karma, a former playboy-turned-radio producer anonymously calls into his own radio show posing as the dating guru for women known as ‘Ask Joe’.
Directed by Robert Alicea (USA)
“Transgression(s)” stages the secrets and mutual lies of a couple told from the perspective of a middle-aged african-american woman that thinks that the relationship between she and her husband has been clarified after a conversation. But the husband, that tells her, like a voice of her conscience, that she is a liar and that she’s hiding something, is the one which is actually hiding the biggest secret.
Directed by Eric Weber (USA)
Through the whines and whispers of broken liquid souls, Eros returns to make us whole again by Plato’s words and the myths that form his true and rusty nature.
Directed by Thotti Cardoso (Brazil)
Brock and Niko are two college grads who turn to a short-lived life of crime to pay off their student loans.
Directed by Jon Kubina (USA)