Updated: Jun 23
We are delighted to announce the results of Monthly Winners.
‘Something Safe’ directed by Shaun Lupton
A Tragic Life Event turns a man’s world upside down. He seeks to find his inner peace and relives the moment over and over in order to find resolution. What would you do if this happen to you?
‘Season of Aeon’ directed by Kassandra Lim
The worldʼs most valuable fashion brand LK stages the largest ever fashion show, a redefined season that will drift aboard an archive of the traditions of the endangered Indian Ajrakhpur block printing, unfolding a spectacle at a container port once in a decade. The very industrial mechanisms that have created disposable fashion seasons have been reengineered to celebrate and value traditional handcraft. Once a decade, people chase after it like the Northern Lights.
‘Digits of Pi’ directed by Tom Bessoir, Joshua Pines
Pi meets Duchamp in a transcendental film!
Inspired by Marcel Duchamp’s “Anemic Cinema,” I set out to create a film composed within a circular frame. This circular composition led directly to using the number pi for the underlying structure.
Having the digits of pi sung on the soundtrack is an homage to “Einstein on the Beach” by Philip Glass and Robert Wilson.
‘Bright White Light’ directed by German Kuzyura
Ann is a young woman with strong beliefs on human right to own their life and body, which leads her to offering an unusual service that would help others.
‘Save The Digis’ directed by Zi Wang
It’s a satirical digital pets rescue commercial.
‘There’s Something Going Around.’ directed by Anthony Rubinstein
A digital scrapbook of life in Britain – Spring 2020.
Film produced entirely in the lockdown period, in Yorkshire, UK.
Eric Urbiztondo for ‘Something Safe’
Michaela Myers for ‘The Repossession‘
Shaun Lupton for ‘Something Safe’
Nominations May Edition
‘Peppermint‘ directed by Shubham Sanjay Shevade
‘Paradiso’ directed by Jan Vrhovnik
‘A Very Special Christmas Gift’ directed by Kimberly B. Flores
‘My Shining Love‘ directed by Patrick Hamm
‘Cheeseburger’ directed by Scott Driver
‘Same Time Tomorrow’ directed by Daniel De’Ath
‘Revelación’ directed by Juan José Bors
‘Father Is Number Two‘ directed by Seong-Gyu Kim