Miami Short Film Festival at The Deering State, full schedule

Nov 5-8, 2019

Deering Estate in partnership with the MIAMI short FILM FESTIVAL presents a new series that provides screenings of selected short films. The Movie Labyrinth; Are we there yet?; Then there was you and Slippery Corners of the Mind and more shorts will be screened as a part of the event. Individual tickets on sale.

The Miami short Film Festival is dedicated to promoting the short film genre, showcasing films from 1-20 minutes long. The Festival is international in scope, bringing exposure to the world’s best independent up-and-coming filmmakers. MIAMIsFF’s goal year after year is focused on motivating directors, screenwriters, actors, and producers to make films and share them with fellow film makers and industry professionals. The ultimate goal is to bring exposure to independent up-and-coming filmmakers.

MIAMIsFF is an avid supporter of local and international film makers representing cinematic productions that embody the true spirit of the art. The Festival presents a unique opportunity for our local community, tourists, and the next generation of talented filmmakers from around the world to experience the true spirit of the creative film-making process.The MIAMI short FILM FESTIVAL has become a powerful cultural voice to South Florida and has created a positive influence on the arts through film.

Program/

DAY ONE: Nov 5

SENTIMENTS DISTINGUÉS – Dir. By Keren Marciano– Narrative – 11:02 Min – France

Moriendum – Dir. By Memo Sauceda – Narrative – 2:59 Min – USA

Lady Parts – Dir. By Erin Rye, Jessica Sherif – Narrative – 10:00 Min – USA

Pe ‘mme – Ebbanesis – Dir. By Pasquale Luigi Carillo – Music Video – 3:29 Min – Italy

Henry Needs a New Home – Dir. By Seamus Murphy – Narrative – 14:50 Min – Australia

How Countries Fight Their Wars – Dir. By Thomas Loopstra, Maurice Baltissen – Animation – 2:00 Min – Netherlands

Atlas – Dir. By Maciej Kawalski – Narrative – 22:30 Min – Poland

Running Time: 72 Minutes

DAY TWO: Nov 6

Just Me and You – Dir. By Sandrine Brodeur-Desrosiers – Narrative – 20:00 Min – Canada

PLS&TY – Motives – Dir. By Sean Cartwright – Music Video – 3:44 Min – USA

Retrieval – Dir. By Brady Morell – Narrative – 8:00 Min – USA

Traces – Dir. By Sebastien Pins – Narrative – 12:05 Min – Belgium

Kill the Boy – Dir. By Juan Pablo Villavicencio Borges – Narrative – 10:10 Min – Mexico

SACI (Remix) – Dir. By Rafael Kent – Music Video – 5:00 Min – Brazil

New York Rhapsody – Dir. By Salvatore D’Alia – Music Video – 13:47 Min – USA

Too Young to Reason – Dir. By Nicolas Costes – Narrative – 16:51 Min – Greece. Running Time: 89 Minutes

DAY THREE: Nov 7

Lush Life – Dir. By Evan Houston – Narrative – 16:47 Min – USA

Take the Five – Dir. By Conner Griffith – Experimental – 3:00 Min – USA

Complejo Norte – Dir. By Juan Fernandez- Narrative – 13:34 Min – Mexico

Lee Ann Womack’s ‘Hollywood’ – Dir. By Chris Ullens – Music Video – 4:49 Min – United Kingdom

Guy Proposes to his Girlfriend on a Mountain – Dir. By Bernhard Wenger – Narrative – 12:48 Min – Austria

ITALY & (THIS IS) WATER – Dir. By Ioan Gavriel, Anja Franziska Plaschg – Music Video – 5:26 Min – Austria

A Hole in the Stomach – Dir. By Camila Zavala – Narrative – 13:05 Min – Peru

Is this Love? – Dir. By Adrien Boublil – Music Video – 3:33 Min – USA

Pipe Dream – Dir. By Chris King – Narrative – 19:18 Min – USA
Running Time: 72 Minutes

DAY FOUR: Nov, 8

Objet – Dir. By Jaehoon Jeong – Narrative – 17:02 Min – Republic of Korea

Roake – The End – Dir. By Joan Cobos – Narrative – 11:22 Min – United Kingdom

Gold Star – Dir. By Paul Frankl – Narrative – 13:35 Min – United Kingdom

“2020” AcentOh – Dir. By Paloma Valenzuela – Music Video – 4:19 Min – Dominican Republic

Me Time – Dir. By Iyabo Boyd – Narrative – 11:00 Min – USA

Emma and the Fury – Dir. By Elisa Mishto- Narrative – 14:45 Min – Germany
Running Time: 72 Minutes

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