Paris Shorts – January Edition Nominees

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:

NARRATIVE SHORT

Here Is Where the Monsters Live
Old Friends and Other Days
Debt Valley
JADED
Tricksters
TALA’VISION

DRAMA SHORT

My daughter
The Birth of a Beautiful Butch
Masquerade
While The Cat’s Away…
No More
Polished

COMEDY SHORT

The Clark and Bourne Holiday Special
Riddle in the Sand
Loves Me, Loves Me Not

THRILLER SHORT

Black Collar
Stayin’ Alive
Double Zero

HORROR SHORT

Eridiati – Different Type of Vampire
Help Sweet Old Granny
APOCALYPSE

ROMANCE SHORT

You
Missy Jubilee 175 BEAUTIPHUL
Apples, Oranges, Lemons & Limes

EXPERIMENTAL SHORT

The Cry Of Silence
ECLIPSE
Woven Widows

STUDENT SHORT

Housewarming
8Teen
Becoming The Queen OF The North

ANIMATION SHORT

Timmy’s Monster
The Void
Who Understands Me?

DOCUMENTARY SHORT

EMBERA
Project Four Degrees
Eva Ray


DIRECTOR

Chance Fuerstinger & April Matson – Here Is Where the Monsters Live
Aaron Carroll – While The Cat’s Away…
Pat Bradley – Double Zero

FIRST TIME DIRECTOR

Adnan Siddique – Last and First Woman
Cameron Menzies – Old Friends and Other Days
Colleen Dodge – Polished

SCREENPLAY

Kevin Hickey – Housewarming
Iury Pinto and Katharine Albuquerque – Masquerade
Ellen C Burr – Loves Me, Loves Me Not

ACTRESS

Katharine Albuquerque – Masquerade
Allison Norris-Austin – Loves Me, Loves Me Not
Maria Occhiogrosso – APOCALYPSE
Marcia Carroll – JADED
Jane Stiles – Polished
Jamie Ragusa – Double Zero

ACTOR

Chance Fuerstinger – Here Is Where the Monsters Live
Julien Briau – My daughter
Jamie Bourne – The Clark and Bourne Holiday Special
Bernardo Dugin – Masquerade
Dwayne Cameron – JUNE
Giovanni Mocibob – Loves Me, Loves Me Not

SUPP. ACTRESS

Elaine Diner – Here Is Where the Monsters Live
Megan Kerby – A day with OCD
Cristina Palermo – APOCALYPSE

SUPP. ACTOR

David Jack Lathrop – Here Is Where the Monsters Live
Alan Rocha – Masquerade
Lucio Barbati – APOCALYPSE

PRODUCER

Dwayne Cameron and Sarah James – JUNE
Winnie Chen and Kyle Tso-Chi Yeh – 8Teen
Esther Busch, Jude Kawwa, Philipp M Raube, Gabriel Waldvogel – TALA’VISION

EDITOR

Dwayne Cameron, Peter Roberts – JUNE
Aaron Carroll – While The Cat’s Away…
Betty Jo Moore – Polished

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Adnan Siddique – Last and First Woman
Remi Bakkar – My daughter
Maryline Solignac – Stayin’ Alive
Andi Obarski – The Birth of a Beautiful Butch
Adam Clark – JUNE
Ivan Maria Friedman – ECLIPSE

SOUND DESIGN

Dudu Vianna – Masquerade
Max Phillips – Polished
Johann Meis – TALA’VISION

ORIGINAL MUSIC

Tyler Grow – Timmy’s Monster
Bruno Leon, Alan Rocha and Marcelo Cebukin – Masquerade
Karl Steven – JUNE

VISUAL EFFECTS

João Marins – Masquerade
Charlie Tait – JUNE
Roberto Loiacono – APOCALYPSE

COSTUME / PRODUCTION DESIGN

Myriam Mendes, Isabel Leal, Myriam Mendes and Katharine Albuquerque – Masquerade
Cameron Menzies – Old Friends and Other Days
Simona Galluccio – APOCALYPSE

UNPRODUCED SCRIPT

Possum Man – Eddie Yaroch
The Cherished – Mike Spence
The Mountain – Ruth Finnegan
THE SICKEN – Dany Alex
2nd Date – Jaik Andino
Beyond The Lines – Rahul Chakraborty

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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