||Short of the Week
Me or the Dog
Director: Abner Pastoll
Producor: Junyoung Jang
Writer: Jonathan Hall
Cast: Edward Hogg, Kemi-bo Millar, Caddy, Martin Clunes
Best of the Fest: Sequence (USA)
Best Foreign Film: Little Secret (Czech Republic)
Best Documentary: Eddie Adams: Saigon ‘68 (USA)
Best Comedy: Record Breaker (USA)
Best Drama: Care. (USA)
Best Animation: The Missing Scarf (Ireland)
Best Experimental: Portrait As A Random Act of Violence (Canada)
Best Music Video: Ways to Go by Grouplove (USA)
Films Featuring Elijah Wood (Tome of the Unknown), Christopher Lloyd (The Coin), Cate Blanchett (A Cautionary Tail), Sally Kellerman (Joan’s Day Out), Tara Lynne Barr (Joan’s Day Out), Betsy Franco (Joan’s Day Out), Jason Ritter (The Goldfish), Steven Michael Quezada (Red Clay), John Ratzenberger (Local Commercial), Gerard Depardieu (Frank-Etienne), Ian McKellen (The Egg Trick), George Takei (The Missing Scarf), Missi Pyle (Bakersfield, Earth), Michael Richards (Walk the Light), Betsy Brandt (The Professor), Rumer Willis (Six Letter Word), Rufus Sewell (The Brunchers), Natalie Dormer (The Brunchers), the band Grouplove (Ways to Go), Katharine Ross (Wini + George), Rutger Hauer (Turn), Lee Meriwether (Remember to Breathe), and Jim Broadbent (The Phone Call).
Featured Directors Louis D'Esposito, Catherine Dent and Ralph Macchio.
Showcasing films from Marvel, Cartoon Network, RSA, Partizan, and Stink.
Academy Motion Picture Arts & Sciences
Officially recognized by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts
and Sciences, some of these films may go on to receive Oscar
nominations. We are the only festival with 7 awards recognized by the
Academy. In the past, 44 films have received Oscar nominations with 14
winning the coveted Oscar statue.
British Academy of Film and Television Arts
qualifying event for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts
(BAFTA) short film awards. This means that award-winners at the festival
are eligible to win BAFTA's
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