DYING FOR A LIVING, 13min., UK, Documentary Directed by Adriana Falcinelli A sensitive, contrasting portrait of Shaun Morris, a 57 year old extroverted undertaker living hand-to-mouth in Southampton. Surviving on a zero hours contract, the opportunity of a permanent job appears which could change his life dramatically. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics… Continue reading DYING FOR A LIVING Short Film – Audience Feedback from March 2018 Female Film Festival
GIRL AT THE DOOR, 12min, South Korea, Drama Directed by Song Joo-Sung Hye-ri lives with her father, who turns into a violent person when he is inebriated. Unlike her submissive mother and little brother, Hye-ri learns the armbar maneuver from her boxing coach to get the upper hand. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more… Continue reading GIRL AT THE DOOR Short Film – Audience Feedback from March 2018 Female Film Festival
I SEEK ASYLUM, 10min., UK, Crime/Drama Directed by Anna Southgate Based on actual asylum interviews, the film shows what faces survivors of trafficking and torture when they come to the UK. CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!
IMITATION, 16min., Poland, Drama Directed by Maria Magdalena Jeziorowska “Imitation” presents a world of deepening madness, which turns out to be the cause of the loneliness and sense of mental alienation. The madness of the main character, which is eccentric seamstress, pulls the viewer into a dark reality. Man is objectified in a symbolic mannequin, thus… Continue reading IMITATION Short Film – Audience Feedback from March 2018 Female Film Festival
MWAH, 12min., Iran, Drama Directed by Sara Soheili Five pregnant women sit in their doctors waiting room, their unborn babies inside of them carry on conversations about their life inside their mommy’s belly and even about their futures outside of the womb…. but will they all have a future… that’s the real question. CLICK HERE – and… Continue reading MWAH Short Film – Audience Feedback from March 2018 Female Film Festival
THROUGH THE SUPERMARKET IN FIVE EASY STEPS, 9min, Finland, Dance Directed by Anna Maria Joakimsdottir-Hutri In this dance film a family tries to manage through the weekly grocery shopping without disintegrating. The moment they enter the supermarket the children go off in separate directions and the parents face the ovewhelming load of merchandise under the time… Continue reading THROUGH THE SUPERMARKET IN FIVE EASY PIECES Short Film – Audience Feedback from March 2018 Female Film Festival
DINNER FOR TWO, 15min, Taiwan, Drama/Relationship Directed by Elen Ji Newly-wed housewife Xiao Xiao suppresses her desire for eating meat, in order to meet the convenience of her vegetarian husband A-Liang. One day on Xiao Xiao�s birthday, she receives a piece of complimentary steak, which brings up a series of conflicts in her marriage. CLICK HERE –… Continue reading DINNER FOR TWO Short Film – Audience Feedback from March 2018 Female Film Festival