Bodem – Jonathan Sipkema & Tim Zweistra

10 years, 9 weeks! 9 weeks left till our festival begins and we will celebrate our 10 year jubilee with special blogposts in the next weeks. In this blogpost we will take a look at one of the films made during one of the editions of the 48 hour filmproject in Nijmegen. Bodem premiered just like the other 48 hour films one week later during the Go Short Filmfestival. Read more…

Pearl – Patrick Osborne

Pearl – an Oscar nomination for the best animated short in 2017!
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Home – Thomas Gleeson

“A beautifully photographed minimalist documentary.” Roger Donaldson

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Blessing in Disguise – Eric Kissack

Yes, Blessing in Disguise is a romantic comedy about the infamous venereal gift that keeps on giving.

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Drawcard – Antonio Oreña-Barlin

One of the great things about the short format is that it allows talented directors to dabble in a variety of genres. Case in point: director Antonio Oreña-Barlin. A SotW alum, his previous featured short, Suburbia was an intense single-shot portrayal of an active shooter event—suspenseful and emotionally harrowing.  His latest, Drawcard, is a comedy about a guy who draws a dick on a sympathy card. If that doesn’t’ show directorial range, I don’t know what does.

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Strange Beasts – Magali Barbe

Can’t get enough Black Mirror? Wish each episode was a significantly shorter?

*Puts on a used car salesman accent* Well, boy do I have the short film for you!

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