AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS: BEST FILM: ANDROMEDA BEST CHARACTERS: AH BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: G(R)O(W)ING UP BEST MUSIC: WATERMELON Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Videos: SKJEMT BLOD, 6min., USA, Experimental/Music Video G(R)O(W)ING UP, 10min., USA, Drama/Romance FOR WANT OF A NAIL, 18min., UK, Drama/Comedy WATERMELON: A CAUTIONARY TALE, 3min., USA, Animation/Fantasy GOD TOLD ME, 6min., USA, Drama/Relationship AH, 8min,… Continue reading HIGHLIGHTS, WINNERS & VIDEOS: April 2019 Female FEEDBACK Film Festival
For the past 25 years Ellie Harvie has made a living as a TV and Film actress in Vancouver. She came through Theatre (Vancouver Playhouse School) and, with strong roots in local improv (Vancouver TheatreSports League) and the stand-up scene (Yuk-Yuks, Lafflines), comedy is her forte. From playing Morticia, in “The NewAddams Family” to Candace/Mrs.… Continue reading Director BIO: Ellie Harvie (SCATTERED)
Two women venture into the woods to scatter their friend’s ashes and fumble for a way to say good bye. Project Links Website Facebook Twitter News & Reviews “South Surrey filmmakers vie for online short-film support” Peace Arch News http://www.peacearchnews.com/entertainment/394495901.html “Surrey filmmakers ready to roll for Storyhive short film contest” Surrey Leader http://www.surreyleader.com/entertainment/399864331.html “Scattered Film… Continue reading Short Film: SCATTERED, 9min., Canada, Comedy
David S Armstrong has been an editor and director in Los Angeles for 22 years. Commercials (partial list): Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Titleist, Chevy TV Series (partial list): Deadliest Catch, Wipeout, Undercover Boss, currently Survivor. Director Statement Despite the US being a multicultural country, minority groups are often subject to discrimination, ranging from racist comments to violent… Continue reading Director BIO: David S Armstrong (PLEASURE PALS)
A tale of discrimination…against adult novelties. Project Links Website Instagram
Nathan is a New York based director originally from Texas. He graduated from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. In 2015 he helped co-found BigMoneyBigWinning productions with Nicholas Jaye Stauffer.
A documentary-style short about a group of hopeful, would-be filmmakers as they follow an unlikely protagonist who will change the course of their lives forever. Project Links Website Facebook Twitter
Josh Jackson is a fourth-generation Chinese American filmmaker with a passion for storytelling through art. He currently works as a freelance editor and strive to impact culture and create content that inspires positive change.
A roomba runs away from his abusive owner to find his family. Film Type: Short Genres: Comedy Runtime: 5 minutes 11 seconds Completion Date: July 20, 2018 Production Budget: 1,300 USD Country of Origin: United States Country of Filming: United States Film Language: English Shooting Format: Digital Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Film Color: Color
Marat Narimanov was born in 1981 in Moscow, Russia. Has been graduated as a cameraman. Then took a directing course. For a dozen years worked in the Moscow drama theaters. Now works as an illustrator/designer (the best-known illustrations for books “Chudaki” and “Tmutarakanskie Baiki” by Valerii Narimanov) and film director – documentary and animation. Filmography:… Continue reading Director BIO: Marat Narimanov (BIG BOOOM)