HIGHLIGHTS & VIDEOS: March 2019 LA FEEDBACK Film Festival

AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS:

BEST FILM: PROCESSING STATION

BEST COMEDY FILM: MISTER EGG

BEST PERFORMANCES: SECONDBORN

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: THE NOISES OF THE LIGHT

BEST MUSIC: FARTMAN

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Videos:

festival posterFARTMAN, 13min., USA, Comedy

festival posterFIGHTER, 7min., USA, Drama

festival posterMISTER EGG, 8min., UK, Comedy

festival posterPROCESSING STATION, 15min., USA, Comedy

festival posterSECONDBORN, 17min., USA, Drama

festival posterTHE COOK AND THE CHEF, 6min., USA, Comedy/Animation

festival posterTHE NOISE OF THE LIGHT, 23min., France, Drama/Sci-Fi

The theme of the March 2019 COMEDY/DRAMA Feedback Film Festival in Toronto was “Higher Power”.

Each film was about someone or something searching for that element greater than them.

The 3rd event of the Los Angeles festivals in 2019.

9 more festivals to go in Los Angeles this year.

See you at the festivals.

– Matthew Toffolo

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The Noise of the Light Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK Video from March 2019 Los Angeles Film Festival

Directed by Valentin Petit

Pablo and Marius make a disturbing discovery about their childhood friend Lou: she appears to be able to synthesise into sound the light she is exposed to. But as she soon becomes an instrument of their musical experiences, her gift turns into a sort of curse…

Secondborn Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK Video from March 2019 Los Angeles Film Festival

Directed by Evan Galeano

Aaron, a homophobic teenager, discovers his younger brother Sam is homosexual. Shortly after, that discovery is made public in their rural town. As folks are quick to disown and persecute Sam, including their father Dalton, Aaron must decide what is more important, blood or belief.

Processing Station Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK Video from March 2019 Los Angeles Film Festival

Directed by Rodrigo Espinosa

When an optimistic man gets run over and dies, he awakes to find the after-life is run like the DMV. More than that, he’s told religion was all real, and a test will determine if he goes to heaven or hell.

Mister Egg Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK Video from March 2019 Los Angeles Film Festival

Directed by Filippo Michele Guarna
As Paul serenely prepares his daily breakfast, the ordinariness of his morning routine is interrupted by an unexpected encounter: Mister Egg, the well-mannered egg which is being cooked by Paul, engages him in a philosophical conversation from the bottom of the frying pan. On one hand Mister Egg supports the equality between him and Paul; on the other hand Paul claims his superiority as a human over an egg. When Mister Egg wins the philosophical debate, pride and hunger take over Paul, who, right after having recognised his rhetorical defeat, mercilessly eats Mister Egg. Doing so, however, Paul chokes and collapses, pathetically dying.