Paris Shorts – October 31st Nominees & Winners

Paris Shorts

Paris Shorts was established by a collective of film lovers and creators based in Paris as a bimonthly online shorts competition dedicated to short filmmaking and independent artists.

Focusing on short films, the aim is to discover talented filmmakers from all over the world and help them promote their work by benefiting of Paris vibrant and creative renown.

A new edition just came to an end. The jury watched all the films and here are the nominees and winners:
(all winners are in bold)

NARRATIVE SHORT

Holestepper
Beta
I’m Fine
Gestirn
When I Died
Deus Ex Machina

DRAMA SHORT

Petition
Floppy Toast with Drippy Butter
The Inventorians

COMEDY SHORT

The Man At the Bottom Of the Garden
The Witch Hunters Are Coming
Scout’s Honour

THRILLER SHORT

Roses are Blind
Gestirn
The Strange Incident in Room 36

HORROR SHORT

Black Vulture
The Invitation (Die Einladung)
Reflections

SCI FI SHORT

Speed Run
Cognition
Dawn of Spectral Darkness, Ghaar

ROMANCE SHORT

Me Against the World
Dessert
If We Get Lost

EXPERIMENTAL SHORT

Ìyálewà
The Veil
Crystal the Creep: Chronicles of a Creep

STUDENT SHORT

The Line
Know You Well
Things Get Rough

ANIMATION SHORT

Troll Girl
Bekeken
Giselle

DOCUMENTARY SHORT

Behind Color Shades
AnorMal
Page Turner
Until She Is Free
Border-Ball
Look At Us Now: A Comic Book Movie


DIRECTOR

Kevin M. Turner – Beta
Ravi Ajit Chopra – Cognition
Magnus Møller Bakke – Casu

FIRST TIME DIRECTOR

Everett Marston – The Line
Allen Smithee, Jr. – Reflections
Felix Niklas Malms – Scout’s Honour

SCREENPLAY

Kevin M. Turner & Kyle Ivan Tiner – Beta
Everett Marston – The Line
Paul Stainthorpe & Simon Jefferson – Floppy Toast with Drippy Butter

ACTRESS

Aubree Bouche – Beta
Bekkie Clydesdale – The Line
Christina Jolie Breza – Roses are Blind
Ellie Bindman – Floppy Toast with Drippy Butter
Mathilde Storm – Casu
Laura Charpentier – Dawn after You

ACTOR

Oswaldo Salas – Holestepper
William Nicol – Beta
Leo Allan – The Line
Jeremy Irvine – Cognition
Daniel Davis – Roses are Blind
Thomas Stokke – Casu

SUPP. ACTRESS

Purva Bedi – Roses are Blind
Rhiannon Jones – Floppy Toast with Drippy Butter
Isabelle Perrodeau – Dawn after You

SUPP. ACTOR

Andrew Scott – Cognition
Trond Teigen – Casu
Emeric Gallego – Things Get Rough

PRODUCER

Mackenzie Cushine – Beta
Kate Lilly – The Line
Paul Stainthorpe & Richard Laverick – Floppy Toast with Drippy Butter

EDITOR

Eleonor Fielding – Floppy Toast with Drippy Butter
Allen Smithee, Jr. – Reflections
Simon Potaufeaux – Dawn after You

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Joel McGinty – Beta
Simon Rowling – Cognition
Ed Trucco – El Montaje (The Montage)

SOUND DESIGN

Stuart McCowan – Cognition
Leonidas Stanescu – Dawn of Spectral Darkness, Ghaar
Allen Smithee, Jr. – Reflections

ORIGINAL MUSIC

Emiliano Mazzenga – Beta
Samuel Karl Bohn – Cognition
Juan Cruz Masotta – El Montaje (The Montage)

UNPRODUCED SCRIPT

Domonic Flanagan – The Fallout
James Fitzmaurice & Sara Read – The Midwife’s Case Notes in a Time of Contagion
Danny Alex – End of Days

About the festival

Paris Shorts was established by a collective of film lovers and creators based in Paris as a bimonthly online shorts competition dedicated to short filmmaking and independent artists.

Focusing on short films, our aim is to discover talented filmmakers and help them promote their work by benefiting of Paris vibrant and creative renown.

“Paris is a place where, for me, just walking down a street that I’ve never been down before is like going to a movie or something. Just wandering the city is entertainment.”
– Wes Anderson

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