RIGHT HERE OR OVER THERE Short Film – Audience Feedback from April 2017 Female Film Festival

AUDIENCE FEEDBACK VIDEO:

  MOVIE POSTERRIGHT HERE OR OVER THERE, 16min, France, Drama
Directed by Mabille Pauline

After several years, young Lily finally returns home. However, her parents seem to be quite indifferent to the arrival of their daughter. What has happened? Stuck between a father who is haunted by his memories and a mother who is torn apart, Lily is looking for redemption. Will she attain it?

Director Statement

Right Here or Over There is my first short movie as scriptwriter and director. I am totally self-taught and it hasn’t been simple. This short was a huge challenge for me. There are mistakes but i learn of it and I will make better in my next projects.

Project Title (Original Language):Ici ou La-bas

Film Type:Short

Runtime:16 minutes 28 seconds

Completion Date:October 1, 2015

Production Budget:10,000 EUR

Country of Origin:France

Country of Filming:France

Film Language:French

Shooting Format:RED Scarlet

Aspect Ratio:16:9

Film Color:Color

First-time Filmmaker:Yes

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Best of the Dec. 8, 2016 Fest.
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FEMALE Film Festival – December 2016 Short Film Lineup

We are proud to announce the short film selections to the inaugural FEMALE FEEDBACK Film Festival on Thursday December 22, 2016.

Festival takes place at the Carlton Cinemas in downtown Toronto. Festival event starts at 7pm sharp. 

FREE or pay what you like tickets and the full details of each film will go online by December 1st.

We couldn’t be more excited to be showing what we consider the best short films made by female directors in the last year. The festival will maintain its audience feedback format that has made it one of the most popular festival in the city of Toronto for the last 4 years.  We are proud to announce that Kierston Drier will be moderating this event.

Wednesday December 22, 2016 Short Films:

1st ACT

COLOR, 6min, USA, Experimental/Student
Directed by Emily Pietro

A young woman tries to create a piece of art.

FALLING STARS, 25min, Germany, Drama/Mystery
Directed by Miriam Dehne

What is it, if someone lives your dream? The Young trapeze artists Zoe and Julius are the stars in a small Vaudeville-Varieté. But this sudden ends, when the mysteriös Billy appears. Falling Stars is a look behind the scenes and the hearts.

LATE, 5min, Canada, Drama
Directed by Karena Evans

When her partner is late for their standing tryst, a young woman must learn to move on.

2nd ACT

THE GRENADE, 4min., Brazil, Experimental/Music
Directed by Barbara Sassen

The Grenade is a cosmic explosion of feelings which portray a chaotic and subversive universe of emotions and questions in a full eruption.

THERE WAS A PLACE, 14min. Spain, Drama
Directed by Mabille Pauline

After several years, young Lily finally returns home. However, her parents seem to be quite indifferent to the arrival of their daughter. What has happened? Stuck between a father who is haunted by his memories and a mother who is torn apart, Lily is looking for redemption. Will she attain it?

FREEMALES, 20min, Australia, Comedy/Webseries
Directed by Stephanie Jaclyn

When a free spirited traveler moves in with a 9-5 desk worker, they’ll for a strong wine-fueled friendship as they approach their mid-midlife crisis single unemployed and without a plan.