Light in Motion Awards International Programme Four
The finalists for this year’s Foyle Film Festival Light in Motion Awards have been announced with 42 films in contention for the Light in Motion Awards for Best International Short Film.
Programme Duration: 1hr 26 mins
Please note all films in competition have yet to receive certification. Some films may contain strong language, content and scenes that may be upsetting. For viewers under the age of 18, parental discretion is advised, as programmes may not be suitable.
Inside a grand Parisian apartment lives an elegant elderly lady. And inside this lady lives a monster.
France. 2018. Dir. Garth Jennings. Dur. 23 mins.
Hand In Hand
Two politicians shake hands. The situation gets out of hand.
Switzerland. 2019. Dir. Ennio Ruschetti. Dur. 4 mins.
A debt collection agent faces her strict manager and difficult conversations with debtors. A tragic story will propel her to break the rules.
Greece. 2019. Dir. Lukas Agelastos. Dur. 11 mins.
For Charlotte it is like any other Sunday, until the doorbell rings and a stranger surprises her with an exceptional demand.
Germany. 2018. Dir. Felix Karolus. Dur. 11 mins.
A security guard forces a man to observe his own poorly judged behaviour during a recent, intimate encounter with a woman.
U.K. 2019. Dir. Daniel Outram. Dur. 16 mins.
A private video of Maria goes viral during a volleyball class in a school in Lima.
U.K. 2018. Dir. Peiman Zekavat. Dur. 10 mins.
Denied a dog by her father, a young girl gets a very unusual new friend.
Finland. 2019. Dir. Teppo Airaksinen. Dur. 11 mins.