Paris Shorts – April 2nd – 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 winners:

BEST NARRATIVE SHORT
A Summers Day at Sherwood Park – Conor Forrest
BEST DRAMA SHORT
My Friend Alpaca – Maxim Balter
BEST THRILLER SHORT
UNSEEN – Bonnie Cee
BEST HORROR SHORT
Turn Off The Light – Vikram Bhoyrul
BEST FANTASY SHORT
Rabbit Girl – Dan McPeake
BEST ROMANCE SHORT
Amara’s Smile – DC Brandon
BEST EXPERIMENTAL SHORT
W∞ – Heritage of Soul – – Takeshi Inoue
BEST STUDENT SHORT
The Debater – Maya Miller
BEST ANIMATION SHORT
Being A Dog – Felix Swahn
BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT
Water Sabbath – Michael Robert Thienes
BEST MUSIC VIDEO
Gaslighted – Banjii & Mayuri

BEST DIRECTOR
Bonnie Cee – UNSEEN
BEST FIRST TIME DIRECTOR
Ayodeji Otuyelu – Unsaid
BEST SCREENPLAY
Vikram Bhoyrul – Turn Off The Light
BEST ACTRESS
Alison Stover – The Four Walls of Charlotte Moreland
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Vikram Bhoyrul – Turn Off The Light
BEST PRODUCER
Mark Field – On-Off Licence
BEST EDITOR
Paul Persic, Andrew Balint – A Summers Day at Sherwood Park
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Bonnie Cee – UNSEEN
BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC
Takeshi Inoue – W∞ – Heritage of Soul –
BEST COSTUME / PRODUCTION DESIGN
Edward Thompson & Hannah Richardson – Then, Again
BEST UNPRODUCED SCRIPT
Local-ized – Leonidas Stanescu
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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