I LOVE YOU • 2020

DIRECTOR: Alberto Rivero Campos, Rafael Ortiz Muñoz

COUNTRY: Spain

RUNTIME: '4

 

SYNOPSIS: "I love you" is an audiovisual adaptation of the homonymous poem by Luis Cernuda, which is included in his book "Los placeres prohibidos" (1931). This shortfilm narrates a story about heartbreak. The main character and narrator of the story reminisces her impossible lovestory while committing suicide on her bathtub. This shortfilm explores a wide range of feelings and emotions, that go from solitude and desperate desires to the appeal of death as the last and only option to express an afflicted love.

 

NOMINATIONS: 
• Best Supershort

SUPERSHORTS

IT'S ALL ABOUT VANISHMENT
• 2020

DIRECTOR: Teresa Rofer

COUNTRY: Spain

RUNTIME: '5

 

SYNOPSIS: "It's all about vanishment" is the discovery of the feeling of departure of all the elements to which we cling, that permanent worldview of death and also tries to give an outlet to the suffering that it causes us. This work is conceived as a journey towards a practical and conscious happiness that is born from that fading that the short film erects. It is with this disappearance that we understand that an end always indicates an inevitable pain that we have to learn to digest to make way for new beginnings that are born in the same way from this implicit death in everything.

 

NOMINATIONS:

• Best Supershort

LAST FRAME OF SAND • 2020

DIRECTOR: Thierry Nguyen

COUNTRY: France

RUNTIME: '1

 

SYNOPSIS: ECCHYMOSES is a collection of human bruises. This first chapter ØRAISON pictures the anxiety of becoming a mother.

 

NOMINATIONS:

• Best Supershort