FICOCC Winners: Short filmsby ficocc | created - 29 Apr 2017 | updated - 12 Jul 2017 | Public
Short films that have won awards at the FIVE CONTINENTS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
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1. A Whole World for a Little World (2017)
15 min | Short, Comedy, Drama
A woman tells a beautiful and delightful fairy tale to her baby girl, using the story to explain how she and the baby's father met and fell in love.
2. The Buzzing of a Bumblebee (2015)
29 min | Short, Comedy, Drama
An old woman is dying in a nursing home. She is surrounded by different people - everybody has his own relationship with death.
4. Living Idle (2017)
15 min | Short
Living Idle is a symbolic short film that reflects actions have consequences. This is the story of an artist - a creative sculptor of idols, that puts life and colour into clusters of mud ... See full summary »
6. Agrinoui (2015)
20 min | Animation, Short
A young mare visits Cyprus to take part in races. Frustrated from failure, she abandons the racetrack after confronting her strict father. The mare will meet new friends who will try to help her find her lost courage.
7. I Can Change (2016)
22 min | Short, Comedy, Drama
A grave incident in the park forces Martin to look at himself in the mirror. While his façade slowly crumbles away, he tries to regain his dignity, even if he has to resort to pretence. Yet, it is not he who pulls the strings.
9. Claire et Bruno (2016)
23 min | Short, Comedy
Claire and Bruno are not very happy together. They are going on a vacation, secretly hoping to mend fences with each other. Just in time : the world is coming to an end.
11. Mon ami, ma femme et une morue (2016)
9 min | Short, Comedy
Pierre and his best friend François are meeting in a restaurant. Quickly François feels that Pierre's attitude is not as usual. What Pierre is about to tell him is going to put him in a ... See full summary »
12. Hunting Season (III) (2016)
6 min | Short, Adventure, Sci-Fi
In a barbaric XXXVIth Century, violent creatures live outside the remaining fortified cities where humankind prevails. In order to keep society protected, hunters are sent to travel deep ... See full summary »