HIGHLIGHTS – November 2019 Under 5 Minute Film Festival

AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS:
BEST ANIMATION FILM: IN AN EMPTY WOOD
BEST UNDER 5min. FILM: SAND IN THE SKY
BEST PERFORMANCES: ONCE TWICE A DAY
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: IN SEARCH OF A MOMENT
BEST MUSIC: THE MOST MAGNIFICENT THING

Theme of night: Quirks of the Human Condition

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Videos:

festival posterTHE SPIRIT SEAM 15min., USA, Animation

festival posterDON’T THINK OF A PINK ELEPHANT, 7min., UK, Animation

festival posterTHE MOST MAGNIFICENT THING, 22min., Canada, Animation

festival posterMI DI WORM no. 10, 1min., Switzerland, Animation

festival posterIN AN EMPTY WOOD, 2min., USA, Animation

festival posterEPIPHANY, 4min., Egypt, Drama

festival posterSAND IN THE SKY, 4min., USA, Drama

festival posterONE TWICE A DAY, 3min., USA, Drama

festival posterIN SEARCH OF A MOMENT, 4min., USA, Documentary

festival posterTHUNDERBIRD, 3min., Canada, Documentary

festival posterCROSSING: 2036, 4min., USA, Action/Sci-FI

The 26th event in Toronto in 2019.
6 more festival events in 2019.

See you at the festivals.

– Matthew Toffolo

Thunderbird Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from the Nov. 2019 Under 5min. Festival

THUNDERBIRD, 3min., Canada, Documentary

Directed by Erin Collins

Thunderbird is a short documentary exploring the story of Steven Collins, an international Olympic ski jumper. Using archive footage and photos, Thunderbird gives a genuine look at Steven’s story.

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Sand In The Sky Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from the Nov. 2019 Under 5min. Festival

SAND IN THE SKY, 4min., USA, Drama

Directed by Dana Saint

Traveling with a baby is an interesting thing. They add all sorts of challenges to any trip you do. Long flights, strollers, nap schedules, and car seats all seem to pile up and complicate what is supposed to be a relaxing vacation. Sometimes, you may even find yourself wondering…is all this effort worth it for a baby who won’t even remember the trip? All these experiences and memories will eventually disappear, like a fading dream. So is it worth it?

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One Twice A Day Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from the Nov. 2019 Under 5min. Festival

ONE TWICE A DAY, 3min., USA, Drama

Directed by Sofia Streisand

During a routine health check a doctor discovers that there’s something terribly wrong with his patient….

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In Search Of A Moment Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from the Nov. 2019 Under 5min. Festival

IN SEARCH OF A MOMENT, 4min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Jake Davis

Join wildlife photographer Jake Davis in the wilderness as he reflects on time, nature, and the magic of encountering animals in the wild.

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Epiphany Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from the Nov. 2019 Under 5min. Festival

EPIPHANY, 4min., Egypt, Drama

Directed by Luai Akl

It all begins while the 11 years old main character is lying down alone with his childish and emotional imagination on the floor waiting for an unrecognized punishment from his father while locking him up in a room.

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Crossing 2036 Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from the Nov. 2019 Under 5min. Festival

 

CROSSING: 2036, 4min., USA, Action/Sci-FI

Directed by Max Kleinman

After a long journey through the desert, a young woman finds herself suddenly alone, and in the enemy’s sights.

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