Indie Short Fest is pleased to announce the award winners of August 2022. The full list is available below in
Alina falls into a mixture of paranoia and hunting fever while an insect is interrupting her sleep.
Directed by Christian Ludwig (Germany)
A boy tries to get closure with the loss of his mother.
Directed by Matt Tarr and Chris Turley (USA)
A film set in 19th century Illinois, about a crippled white boy who lives in a town haunted by racism.
Directed by Rachel Bass (USA)
As Jacob is about to enter into Fatherhood, he revisits his past and tries to make things right before taking on this new responsibility.
Directed by Jeff Kapp (USA)
“Black Coffee” is a scripted sitcom following the ventures of four Howard graduates who open a black-owned coffee shop in the nation’s capital. Each driven by a unique motive, these late 20-somethings come together to make their mark in the city as proud entrepreneurs. As business picks up, these first-time business owners face several unexpected challenges in the diverse community of DC behind the capital.
Directed by Jason Perez (USA)
James’ passion is running. Two years in a row he entered into Pittsburgh Marathon but failed to finish in the top 10 both years. His dad thinks he’s wasting his time and encourages him to quit because deep down he’s afraid his son will fail just as he did. Will James take his dads advice and throw in the towel? Or will he continue to “Push” himself to the finish line?
Directed by Jason Boyer (USA)
A vegan’s obsession against animal cruelty takes a dark turn.
Directed by Dan Silver (USA)
For Nic, the eyes are a reflection of the soul and who you truly are. Facing a new year in front of him, he now takes time to reflect on his love life and on his future. “One Day” is a reflection on a social issue that needs to be talked about.
Directed by Alexandre Richard (Canada)
A foray into a dystopian future, “Invictus” takes the viewer into a world which has been ravaged by climate change, crushed by government oppression and drained of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. All that remains is the faintest hope for a better future – a hope largely (and literally) carried by scientist Jane Darling.
Directed by Angie Rowntree (USA)
Directed by Karen Morey (USA)