In FICOCC we celebrated two years last February. For this, the Jury chose the 24 best short films presented during those twelve months. The selection was not easy, that made it take almost a month deliberating among so many participants.
After the hard work, the list was formed as follows: (Ordered according to the month in which it was presented to the festival):
Ineffable, By Maxence Cazorla & Hachem El Yamani, France, 2017
Studded Nightmare, By Jean-Claude Leblanc, Canada, 2016
Cementerio, By Luis Villa Botero, Colombia, 2017
May Day, By Olivier Magis & Fedrik De Beul, Belgium, 2017
Vous, By Pari Antoniou, Greece, 2017
Folk Tales, By Paweł Łukomski, Poland, 2018
Somewhere, Tomorrow, By André Siqueira, Brazil, 2017
Chemistry 101, By Mike Reft, United States, 2018
Alone, By Antoine Laurens, France, 2018
A Ferry Tale, By Mehmet Tiğli. Turkey, 2018
The Sliding Man, By Lemaire Jacques. Belgium, 2017
Tomislav's Diary, By Vinko Laotovic. Bosnia And Herzegovina, 2018
Hampi, By Pim Algoed. Belgium, 2017
Rüya, By Carlos Haidamous. Lebanon, 2018
8 Minutes, By Giorgi Gogichaishvili, David Abramishvili. Georgia, 2017
By A Hair, By Lauriane Escaffre, Yvonnick Muller. France, 2018
Mama, By Eduardo Vieitez. Spain, 2017
Spider, By C. Blake Evernden. Canada, 2018
Dead Not Dead, Dead, By Yuanyuan Xu. United States, 2018
The 9ª, By Daniel H. Torrado. Spain, 2018
I Know What You Did, By Stanislava Ivy. Bulgaria, 2018
Jerry, By Roman Przylipiak. Poland, 2017
Drawn Curtains, By Marfisia Bel. United States, 2018
Anacronte, By Raúl Koler, Emiliano Sette. Argentina, 2018
We know that many titles were left out, but we could only choose 24.
Congratulations to all the winners!!!
Thank you for making FICOCC possible.
Kisses to everyone!
FIVE CONTINENTS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL is an online festival, with LIVE SCREENING of the winning films; is a monthly festival of world cinematography, where feature films, short films, videoclips and webseries from all over the world come together to compete for the various prizes of the festival, but In addition they obtain the greater satisfaction of a filmmaker: that his work is seen by the public. Therefore, there is a prize that is granted by our subscribers, when viewing the film.
The filmmaker can choose not to place his film for online viewing, in this way, will not participate in the audience prize.
Duration of the festival: It is a monthly festival. During the whole month the call is made, the projections of the films and at the end of the same the winners are known; To start the cycle again. The 12 months of the year.
C.- Types of films: Of any length, feature films, half-lenght films, short films, web series, video clips, video arts, among others. According to the length is considered:
Super short: under to four minutes
Short film: from 4 to 35 minutes.
Half-length film: from 36 to 70 minutes.
Feature film: more than 71 minutes.
Web Series: 30 minutes per chapter
Video clip: up to 20 minutes.
Video art: up to 20 minutes.
Short film sreenplay: maximum 45 pages
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