Paris Shorts Film Awards Announces Nominees for JUNE 2023 Competition

The first edition of 2023 just came to an end. The jury watched all the films and here are the nominees!

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.

The first edition of 2023 just came to an end. The jury watched all the films and here are the nominees:

BEST NARRATIVE SHORT

‘ASKING FOR IT’ directed by Christy Lee Hughes
‘1848’ directed by Alfonso Otero Mireles
‘The Journey’ directed by Andrés Hidalgo

BEST thriller SHORT

‘Pandemonium’ directed by Rebecca Noguchi
‘Marked for Error’ directed by William P. Jackson
‘Partners’ directed by Laura Schwarz

‘Two Wrongs Make One Right’ directed by Guy Nicholls
BEST DRAMA SHORT

‘Star Crossed’ directed by Pat Bradley
‘One for the other’ directed by Philippe Michel
‘Two Wrongs Make One Right’ directed by Guy Nicholls

BEST STUDENT SHORT

‘The Bet’ directed by Ben Krueger
‘1994’ directed by Robert Lake
‘Krungsri Dream’ directed by Freddy Pierce

BEST ANIMATION SHORT

‘Turbo Treadmill’ directed by Sebastian Soler
‘Sound Effects’ directed by Jorge Mendoza
‘Look Away’ directed by Wayne Chamorro

‘Sound Effects’ directed by Jorge Mendoza
BEST HORROR SHORT

‘Horizon’ directed by Daniele De Muro
‘Unusual’ directed by Robyn Belcher
‘This is it’ directed by Talitha Boyd

BEST FANTASY SHORT

‘Pandemonium’ directed by Rebecca Noguchi
‘Marked for Error’ directed by William P. Jackson
‘1994’ directed by Robert Lake


‘1848’ directed by Alfonso Otero Mireles
BEST DIRECTOR

‘Star Crossed’ directed by Pat Bradley
‘1848’ directed by Alfonso Otero Mireles
‘The Journey’ directed by Andrés Hidalgo

BEST FIRST TIME DIRECTOR

‘The Bet’ directed by Ben Krueger
‘Horizon’ directed by Daniele De Muro
‘Pandemonium’ directed by Rebecca Noguchi

BEST ACTRESS

Christy Lee Hughes – ‘ASKING FOR IT’
Ana Lancaster-Jones – ‘1848’
Emily Drewett – ‘Two Wrongs Make One Right’

BEST actor

Bryan Kaplan – ‘ASKING FOR IT’
Christian Dapp – ‘Two Wrongs Make One Right’
James Rankins – ‘Marked for Error’

‘Pandemonium’ directed by Rebecca Noguchi
BEST SUPPORTING actress

Anna Daniela – ‘1848’
Jennifer Mullins – ‘Krungsri Dream’
Sylvia Nunn – ‘Look Away’

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Felipe Céu – ‘Pandemonium’
Edgar Robinson – ‘Partners’
Charles Bruns – ‘Unusual’

BEST EDITOR

‘1848’ directed by Alfonso Otero Mireles
‘Krungsri Dream’ directed by Freddy Pierce
‘Look Away’ directed by Wayne Chamorro

BEST SCREENPLAY

‘Star Crossed’ directed by Pat Bradley
‘1848’ directed by Alfonso Otero Mireles
‘The Journey’ directed by Andrés Hidalgo

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

‘1848’ directed by Alfonso Otero Mireles
‘Horizon’ directed by Daniele De Muro
‘Pandemonium’ directed by Rebecca Noguchi

‘The Journey’ directed by Andrés Hidalgo
BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC

‘Pandemonium’ directed by Rebecca Noguchi
‘1848’ directed by Alfonso Otero Mireles
‘Two Wrongs Make One Right’ directed by Guy Nicholls

Best Sound Design

‘1848’ directed by Alfonso Otero Mireles
‘Look Away’ directed by Wayne Chamorro
‘This is it’ directed by Talitha Boyd

BEST COSTUME / PRODUCTION DESIGN

‘1848’ directed by Alfonso Otero Mireles
‘Horizon’ directed by Daniele De Muro
‘Unusual’ directed by Robyn Belcher

BEST MAKEUP

‘1848’ directed by Alfonso Otero Mireles
‘Horizon’ directed by Daniele De Muro
‘Pandemonium’ directed by Rebecca Noguchi

BEST UNPRODUCED SCRIPT

‘Dark Moon Hotel’ written by Leonidas Stanescu
‘Black Light’ written by Louise Ware
‘Ready to Be’ written by Theodore Loomis

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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