With her latest short “The Wedding Cake”, Monica Mazzitelli won the international short film competition at the RVK feminist Film Festival, which kicked off in January this year.
The dated language of flagrant bigotry and casual misogyny, things that have made big comebacks in recent years, also have a reference or two in What Did Jack Do?
Compelling and frustrating in equal measure, American Factory is something of a follow-up to…
Documentaries of all lengths are accepted. All submitted films should have been released after January 1st 2018
Owners of screening rights may submit short films until 15 March 2020
We literally slide into the nightmare of a broken young man called Danny (Rik Hautvast) through a marine blue waterslide that returns to his dreams night after night.
Eydís Eir Brynju-Björnsdóttir studied directing and script writing at the Icelandic Film School, and has gathered experience in the film production. With her debut short film Islandia, a very personal take on her own traumatic experience, she steered controversy in her home country by openly addressing the sensitive topic of rape…
The winner of the national short film competition at the RVK Feminist Film Festival is the film that competed two years ago in Reykjavik at Shortfish, and that had already scooped the prize for the Best Film
The winner of the RVK Feminist Film Festival’s International Sister competition is The Wedding Cake, a very peculiar animated short film written and directed by Monica Mazzitelli.