Marino Baciga nasce a Verona il 13 maggio 1992. Si specializza nella regia cinematografica a Roma, successivamente ad un’esperienza formativa negli Stati Uniti. Si laurea in Scienze della Comunicazione seguendo un percorso accademico sulla storia e l’estetica del cinema. Dopo un periodo di ricerca e di realizzazioni di cortometraggi e videoclip, esordisce nel 2017 al… Continue reading Director Biography – Marino Baciga (DIMITRI)
Alessandro is a young handsome man who takes advantage of a trip to Rome to catch fleeting meetings mediated by technology. The occasion becomes real when he meets Dimitri, elegant and refined, who after a moment of passion and understanding inexplicably disappears. Alessandro finds himself stuck in a stranger’s house.
Submit via FilmFreeway: LGBT BEST SCENE SCREENPLAY: TUXEDO TERRACE, by Carmine BicchettiJune 2019 Winner LGBT BEST SCENE SCREENPLAY: NEW TO THIS, by William OppermanJune 2019 Winner LGBT BEST SCENE SCREENPLAY: THIS IS THE LAST TIME, by Jeff BretlJune 2019 Winner Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Matthew Toffolo, Rachel Elder Casting… Continue reading JUNE 2019 Winning Films & Screenplays
From early childhood on, Tomislav Vujcic (born 1983) was fascinated by movies. But it took him some time to finally fully commit to this industry. After graduating from secondary school in Germany, he completed his military service in Croatia and afterwards studied Health Communication in Bielefeld. During this time he wrote his first stories. He… Continue reading Director BIO: Tomislav Vujcic (CHAMP)
Tina Novak was born on June 6th 1991 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. She finished BA in Film and Television Editing at University of Ljubljana – Academy for theatre, radio, film and television. She later started working as a TV director on national television and she will finish her masters study in 2018.
The film explores relationships between the male and female mind; the way their psyche is impacted by fear and jealousy, and how they respond differently to the same event leads to gender stereotypes being challenged throughout the film. During the first part we are narrated by Jake as he remembers a past evening involving his… Continue reading Short Film: RISK, 20min., Slovenia, LGBT/Romance
The Brother is a short surreal comedy. The morning after the night before, Frances finds herself a little bit more involved in a situation than she would want to be – the kind of situation where you don’t ask too many questions. The beauty of London’s East End is that you never quite know who… Continue reading Short Film: THE BROTHER, 4min., UK, LGBT/Comedy