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like the first one without logos and statue
1st PLACE WINNER "18 and older" category - TAMPA BAY JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL Short Film Contest. Everyone gets a little nervous about reading Torah. Shlomo, who is practicing Torah, falls asleep and has a dream about the day when he has to chant his portion in front of the congregation. The song is a parody of the hit single by Miley Cyrus, "Party In the U.S.A."
'Student Short Film Contest' by Film Expo Asia. $100,000 Grand Prize and 8 honourable mentions will be awarded to the winning teams.
This is a great opportunity for not only your current members but all students in the short film industry.
The second installment of Accidental Humour Co's weird sketch comedy thing for the Metro TV monthly short film contest put on by FAVA. Basically a collection of unconnected shorts that we made on the weekend prior to the deadline. This "episode" follows The Variety Show - Episode One which was renewed last month as voted by the audience. And at THIS month's METRO TV (June 07) we were voted 1st place overall, beating out the usual two (and a half) groups that always win first second and third. We respectfully comment: "In Your Face!"
My pal Steve Karmen wrote the "I Love NY" jingle in 1977! It became the state song in 1980! He gave it to me to use for the I Love NY Short Film Contest. I cut together footage I've shot around New York City. "I Love NY" words & music ©1977 Elsmere Music, Inc
Student submission for I Love New York short film contest. Long Island.
reworked submittal for Why I Love NY short film contest
One of my entries for the I Love NY Short Film Contest
Won The Big Red Button "~ 60 Hour Short Film Contest" Check out the other entries here.
Depressed about his life and relationships, a teenager takes drastic measures to try to ease his pain.
This is a very powerful film and it's subject matter is not to be taken lightly. It's a very real thing in today's society.
NOTE This film is not to be taken completely seriously. It was not scripted out - The idea came up within 2 hours and filming the next 3 hours - editing after. This was not supposed to be a masterpiece
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- Divided We Fail and UCLA present the Stolen Dreams Short Film Competition, featuring the short documentary The Cost of Life. The Stolen Dreams short films focus on health care issues and financial security.
Directed by Alex O'Flinn and Mikiko Sasaki, The Cost of Life is a short documentary on Lisa, a thyroid cancer sufferer. Because of her pre-existing condition, she has slipped through the cracks of the American health care system.
This short film contest is presented by Divided We Fail ( and the UCLA School of Theater, Television and Film (TFT) (
"A Lesson in Living" is the FIRST PLACE WINNER in the Middle School category of the TAMPA BAY JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL's Short Film Contest. Produced by Elina Rodriguez.
"V'ahavta L'reyecha Kamocha" is the SECOND PLACE WINNER in the Middle School category of the TAMPA BAY JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL's Short Film Contest. Produced by Daniel Krasnove and Leo Stoler.