Showcase of the best FILMS in the world today.

Audience Award Winners:
Best Style Film: PACIFY
Best Experimental: THE WORLD OF WITHOOS
Best Animation Film: CHEESY AND THE BEARS
Best Story: DOE
Best Black & White Film: MIN’S TALE
Best Music Video: BOGUE
Best Performances: MOMENTS IN TIME
Best Cinematography: LVCI
Best Student Film: 1.i

Watch the Audience Feedback Video for each film:

DOE, 3min., USA, Music Video

Directed by Yi Liu
An aggressive, self sufficient dancer discovers her softness and dependency through being with her mate.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

THE WORLD OF WITHOOS, 10min., Netherlands, Experimental
Directed by Hans Withoos, Inge Theunissen
Together with filmmaker Inge Theunissen of Itmoves, I Hans Withoos made a surrealist film about my quest for the amalgamation of the works of our ancestors and our photography.


WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

MIN’S TALE, 3min., Canada, Experimental
Directed by Rakesh Sidana
Min’s story of transition and coming into her own body has been of lot of turmoil and desparation….
It’s been a bit of a long journey with this body, and I mean.. it continues and continues. At this point that’s what love is, to me. It’s not perfect. I’m not perfect. The movement, character, and story that make me up are a journey. Every little thing, every fear, every emotion, every little memory. I can’t be any other way. I think there’s happiness to be found there.
Music by Kumail Hamid


WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CHEESY AND THE BEARS, 3min., USA, Animation
Directed by Tyler Carlin
A 3D Original Animated Musical Adventure. Daring Adventurer, Cheesy, treks deep into an ancient forest after discovering the legend of The Bears in a Magical Book. The Book allows communication with these majestic and wise creatures. During their first encounter, we see them take an epic journey through the vast forest. Along the way, they come across other magical forest animals who join their quest. Cheesy knows The Bears posses the knowledge of how to live forever and travel throughout the Galaxy, and he has been preparing for this moment since he was a young boy…


WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

THE UNICORN SYMPOSIUM, 9min., Australia, Fashion
Directed by Max Simonson
A young woman enters a colourful clothes shop to try on some new looks only to be surprised by a group of friendly strangers who insist that it’s a very special day.


WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

BOGUE, 4min., USA, Music Video
Directed by Santiago Echeverry
The House of Tupamaras is a group of Voguing performers based in Bogota, Colombia. They are professionally trained dancers that chose to break from the norm and explore the queerness of their bodies and their everyday self-expressions to turn their art form into a political tool, questioning the double standards of Colombian society. They create impromptu happenings, choreographed dances, kiki balls and have performed on stage with groups such as Pussy Riot, among others. Bogue stands for “Bogota Voguing” and seeks to capture the Tupamaras’s attitude, athletic musculature, and spunky personalities. Seeing Voguing as a dance duel, the original music mixes the sounds of two very famous scenes of latino soap operas, that portray violent – but absurd – female fights. The volumetric capture process isolates the dancers and creates a baroque like light and atmosphere.


WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

MOMENTS IN TIME, 4min,. USA, Fashion
Directed by the reggies
time difference fashion film


WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

LVCI, 3min., USA, Fashion
Directed by Brock Gregory Newman
A woman wanders the desert in search of a connection to her spiritual self and is transported to a darker realm where she makes contact with another side of herself.


WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

1.i, 6min., USA, Experimental
Directed by Colin James Wade


WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

PACIFY, 3min., USA, Experimental
Directed by Ziyi Yuan
The concept of “pacifiers” as a coping mechanism for feelings of vulnerability and uncertainty is a common theory in psychology. The idea is that as we grow older, we develop ways of coping with stress and negative emotions that mimic the comforting sensation of being held or nurtured. The film presents these coping mechanisms, such as smoking, drinking, sex, and self-comfort. It is an observational work on how we all “pacify” ourselves.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video 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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