HIGHLIGHTS & VIDEOS: March 2022 Experimental Festival

Showcase of the best FILMS in the world today.

Audience Award Winners:
BEST FILM: ELEGY OF LOST THINGS
BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM: MODERN ARTEMIS
BEST DIRECTION: THE DESTRUCTION PROJECT
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: MOVIE THEATRES: LIGHT & SOUND
BEST SOUND & MUSIC: NIGHT NOISE

Watch the Audience Feedback Video for each film:

NIGHT NOISE, 2min., UK, Experimental

Directed by Irene Marco, Markus Meedt

“Night Noise” captures the feeling of isolation and loneliness in a crowded world full of noise.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

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ELEGY OF LOST THINGS, 48min., Italy, Dance/Experimental
Directed by Stefano Mazzotta

Inspired by “Os Pobres” (The Poor), a bitter and raw novel by the Portuguese author Raul Brandão, peopled by outcasts grappling with unresolved existential problems, the project by Stefano Mazzotta explores the theme of exile, the moral condition of individuals who feel estranged from the world in which they live, suspended between hope and nostalgia. Marginal and awkward figures, united by the same melancholic and nostalgic feelings, build up a desire for redemption. As they wander across the fascinating landscape of southern Sardinia, known as Campidano, on its endless white beaches and dunes, among the characteristic old houses, the natural spaces echo their souls, while distance and suspension establish a strained succession of images. Emptiness, vertigo, horizon. Things lost or which never were.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

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THE DESTRUCTION PROJECT, 16min., USA, Experimental
Directed by Jojin Van Winkle

The Destruction Project is a documentary-based, experimental video about destruction in the everyday lives of rural women. It is presented in short chapters, with each one constructed differently. The imagery captures the unexpected beauty visible in change and loss: demolition derbies, agriculture, and blurry scenes. The soundscape includes interviews with women about the impact of destruction in their lives. The text is from journal entries.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

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MOVIE THEATRES: LIGHT & SOUND, 6min., Canada, Experimental
Directed by Jamie Robertson

Art house cinema is dying. Many Independent theatres sit vacant as would-be patrons amble past extinguished marquees. At night, they come to life. The lights, the popcorn, the magic of the cinema. But in the age of “home streaming”, is this experience enough? Only you, the viewer, can decide.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!


MODERN ARTEMIS, 9min., Mexico, Experimental
Directed by Carolina Jiménez

Modern Artemis invites us to reflect on body dysphoria and the decisions we can make about it. Two people see through the mirror and from the privacy of their bathroom, the physical characteristics of one another and their own from interacting, through exploration and testing alternatives from which they change part of their physiognomy until they reach a discovery, with which they feel satisfied as it presents an alternative to their previous life.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!


THE GIRL WHO IS SELLING FISH, 23min., USA, Drama Experimental
Directed by Alecs Nastoiu

Liza struggles to cope with the double life she is living, and fears that she might have to choose one of them.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!


By experimentalfilmfestival

Festival occurs 3 times a month! Showcased the best of experimental short films and music videos from around the world.

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