What’s Up?! Oscars Bring Good Tidings in Short Film!

"Pear Cider and Cigarettes" Short FilmWhat’s up, good people?! the holidays are here. expect short film news and lots of good cheer.

The season greets us with the gift of Academy Awards updates. According to Good Short Films, the Oscars have whittled their animated short film list down to 10 amazing shorts (from Pixar and the like). 5 finalists will be selected January 24, but click the link to see the current candidates. One selection is the feel-good, VR, 360 Google Spotlight Stories entry, “Pearl.” Watch and explore the interactive video directed by Patrick Osborne below.

This Week’s Short

Entrepreneur Jermaine Lawrence Anderson, founder of I Am A Gentleman Project, is dedicated to developing young men and uplifting communities in need. This Week’s Short highlights “Tis the Season,” an initiative that gives families, such as the White family, a special holiday experience.

Click here for the best example of how to pay it forward.

FirstGlance Short Film Online Contest

Alright, folks. We’re wrapping up this year’s FirstGlance contest. Here are some of the films you can vote for this week:

"Greenish Blues" Short Film“Greenish Blues” is the story of three friends who need a little bit of inspiration. Nicholas Brown directs this motivational heist film.

 

"The Last Abduction" Short Film A man is desperate to prove to his son, and the world, he’s had an extraterrestrial encounter in “The Last Abduction.” Frank Perrotto helms this genuinely spooky work of science fiction.

 

"Ms Beverly Hills Ghost" Short FilmWeb series “Miss Beverly Hills Ghost” begins with a choir nerd’s near-death experience that results in a sixth sense. Wendy Graham directs.

 

"Solitude" Short Film“Solitude” is the story of an elderly woman who receives a thoughtful gift from the staff at her local train station. Michael Raso directs this sweet tale.

 

"Pieces" Short FilmDirector Dan Sunley has a firm grasp on this thriller when a ghost warns of the danger of putting clues together in “Pieces.”

 

"Red Streets" Short FilmIn this cautionary tale of police brutality, two soldiers have a decision to make in director Brandon Wright’s “Red Streets.”

There’s still time to watch and vote for these and the other shorts once a day, everyday from now through December 7.

Around the Web…

Ithaca Fantastik 2016In case you haven’t heard, Ithaca Fantastik Film Festival (now in its 5th year) has announced its 2016 award winners. They’ve even added the Cinema Pur Audience Award. Let’s make sure to give the short film line up some love, too. Check out the short films that were on deck this year and then go ahead and schedule your travel for next year. Ithaca Fantastik is 5 days of films and events, so make sure you have the vacation time.

And traveling is an expensive endeavor, especially if you’re trekking the film festival circuit with the short film you’ve produced. One team has found it difficult to get to the festivals where their short film, “Desperately Seeking Signal,” is in the program. The Tiny Town Media film has been accepted abroad, but filmmakers Tess Marie Garneau, Thom Smalley, and Jenna MacMillan will scrape their pennies together to get to New York for the 21 Islands International Film Festival December 9 – 11. The film is about a 911 operator who develops a kinship with a stranded caller. Get a taste with the clip below.

Click the link to check out the complete lineup for 21 Islands International Film Festival in the Bronx.

Exciting stuff, good people.

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What’s Up?! Wes Anderson’s Gift of Short Film!

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what’s up, good people?! the holidays are here and short film is the gift that keeps on giving.

We know travel season has begun, so we hope while you’re sitting in a layover city between flights, you can take some time to check out a great short film or three during your downtime. You can start with The Darjeeling Limited director Wes Anderson’s holiday-themed short film, “Come Together.” The uplifting H&M ad stars actor Adrien Brody as Conductor Ralph on a delayed train, destined to ruin the holiday plans of all of its passengers. But he teams up with his crew to do a little something special for everyone, including one young rider. Click the link to see some short film cheer.

This Week’s Short

Short Film "Gift"

Still from “Gift”

‘Tis the season, and what other way to instill the importance of giving than with director Daniel Yam’s short film, “Gift.” A young boy disappointed with the life his father has built for their family is determined to be “better” than his father. When the boy becomes a young man, he finally learns a valuable lesson about hope, happiness, and, of course, giving.

Click here to watch this quiet, yet touching short film on our platform to get you primed for the holidays.

FirstGlance Short Film Online Contest

Alright, folks. We’re rounding third on this year’s FirstGlance contest. Take a look a some of the films you can vote for:

Or So the Story Goes“Or So the Story Goes” is a webseries with a modern take on Hansel and Gretel. The two are bloggers who are willing to go too far for clicks and views. The series is directed by Theresa Labreglio.

 

Say HelloIn “Say Hello,” two childhood “friends” are reunited as adults when Alexis loses her silver spoon and is forced to bunk with awkward genius, Maggie. The series is produced by Rachel Reyes and directed by Brooke Elliott.

 

Wolf of VengeanceDirector Masakatsu Higuchi presents a wonderfully lit, action-packed take on Red Riding Hood in “Wolf of Vengeance.” The witch has done wrong and heads will roll. Literally.

 

420 Bong BoysDirector Erik Garcia stays with the fairytale theme when two friends must smoke their magic bong at a specific time to get back home from a strange land in “420 Bong Boys.” Yep, it’s exactly what it sounds like: comedy gold (that’s a Rumpelstiltskin joke).

Yo Soy PedroIn “Yo Soy Pedro,” a terrible misunderstanding causes a movie shoot to turn into an accidental alien abduction. Wait. What? Yes. You can thank director Jordan Inconstant.

You can watch and vote for these and the other shorts once a day, everyday on our platform from now through December 7.

Around the Web…

2016 Miami Short Film Festival

You may remember when we spoke  to the Miami Short Film Festival founding executive director, William Vela, to discuss short film and the goals of MsFF. Well, the 2016 festival contest winners are now etched in stone. If you weren’t able to make it to see these award-worthy short films, click here to see who won what and add them to your “must watch” list.

Speaking of “must watch,” there is a lot of conversation around the need for more Asian-American roles in films and television (see Dr. Strange and “Iron Fist). But in reality, there is plenty of talent to choose from. Film School Shorts filmmakers can attest to it. Check out John Cody Kim’s tale of puppy perseverance during a zombie apocalypse in “Steadfast Stanley.”

Click here to see a playlist of 11 student films showcasing great up-and-coming Asian-American talent. There is also an Asian-Pacific-American focused short film competition sponsored by HBO.

Exciting stuff, good people.

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What’s Up?! New Ghostbusters; FirstGlance Short Film Winner

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What’s up, good people?! We’re back from the Memorial Day Holiday with the movie and short film news you need.

We’re smack dab in the Summer Blockbuster Season! That means action films with car chases and explosions, a plethora of super hero franchises and of course, reboots of classic movies will dominate.

One of the most polarizing blockbusters is Ghostbusters, the remake of the 1984 classic that originally starred Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson.

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The 2016 remake has a new cast that reads like a who’s who of comedic actresses: the always entertaining Melissa McCarthy, the brilliantly daft Kristen Wiig, master impressionist Kate McKinnon and the completely outrageous Leslie Jones.

Word is, the remake might be funnier and scarier than the original, according to this original old-timer.

Even that kind of endorsement can’t stem the tide of criticism of the film, which is set to hit theaters July 15. The first trailer holds the distinction of being the most disliked trailer ever on YouTube (over 854K dislikes on YouTube as of May 31).

Another bone of contention with fans is the casting of the original surviving Ghostbusters members, who will make cameos in the new film instead of appearing as their original selves.

It remains to be seen how the film will fare with audiences. What we know is this: box office success and critical acclaim can be mutually exclusive. Bad summer blockbusters can and do make a boatload of money despite critical disapproval.

Plus, Ghostbusters already has a leg up on the 2016 blockbusters that have apparently tanked already. “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Alice Through the Looking Glass,” we are looking at you.

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Will the new Ghostbusters get ‘slimed’? We’ll shall see.

 

We Have A Winner

Thank you for the hundreds of voters who participated in the FirstGlance Short Film Contest. The film that will win the right to a free screening at the FirstGlance Film Festival is — drumroll, please — “The Accusation.”

The controversial film was the talk of the FirstGlance contest. Nevertheless, director Enrica Brunilde Amici‘s crime drama about the troubled relationship of a young American artist will earn a major opportunity via FirstGlance.

To see the short for yourself, visit this link.

A hearty congratulations goes to Enrica Brunilde Amici for her award-winning short film.

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Shia approves.

 

How Her Short Film Got Her A Job With Steven Spielberg

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Emily Carmichael, whose short films have been screened at SXSW, Tribeca Film Festival and Sundance, will have her first feature-length film (“Powerhouse”) produced by the great Stephen Spielberg and director Colin Trevorrow.

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Steven Spielberg says “Thank You.”

At 34-years-old, Carmichael has already won a bevy of awards for her work in the short film genre. Her critically-acclaimed short, “The Hunter and the Swan Discuss Their Meeting,” premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and garnered her the Grand Jury Prize at the 2012 Science Fiction Fantasy Short Film Festival — that is a mouthful.

Her animated short film RPG OKC was nominated for best narrative short at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. Plus, her works have had commercial theatrical runs at venues like the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the IFC Center, among others.

Carmichael’s chance of a lifetime came when Trevorrow saw “The Hunter and the Swan…,” according to the Hollywood Reporter.

“Emily Carmichael is the next great writer-director of the kind of movies I love,” said Trevorrow. “Her ability to find warmth and humanity in genre storytelling is a superpower in itself.”

Carmichael is just the latest example of a short film creator successfully transitioning to feature films. We at itsashort.com are already rooting for her.

 

LA Film Festival Blasts Off – Finally

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For weeks we have been telling you about the LA Film Festival, which launches this week and runs from June 1-9. The festival, which showcases the works of established and emerging filmmakers, will feature 56 feature films (42 of which are world premieres), 58 short films and 13 short episodic works from 28 countries, according to MovieMaker.

The LA Film Fest’s short film program covers an eclectic array of topics and themes, from the plight of a transgender character to a filmmaker’s decision to swim with dolphins. The Shorts Program looks to be well worth the ticket.

For more information on the LA Film Festival Shorts Program, visit this link.

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What’s Up?! Scandal, The ‘Cannes Queen’ And Short Film Fests

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What’s up good people?! It’s a new week and we have the scoop on the entertainment and short film news you need.

Much to the dismay of Gladiators worldwide, there will be no Scandal this Fall. But it’s for a really wonderful reason. The top-rated drama will be pushed back to the midseason to accommodate Kerry Washington’s second pregnancy.

This isn’t the first time the show made accommodations for Washington. Season three was cut by four episodes due to her first pregnancy.

It’s a tremendously powerful and gracious gesture on the part of ABC execs to accommodate Mrs. Washington, one of TV’s biggest stars. Plus, that’s one awesome baby. Can you imagine the bragging rights he’ll have because of this?

My birth put the brakes to television’s biggest show. 

Meanwhile, we’ll all have to be patient for the new season while imbibing on some much-needed libations to cope. Right Ms. Pope?

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One day at a time, Gladiators.

Shonda’s New Show

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Shonda Rhimes’ new show Still Star-Crossed is a period drama that doubles as a sequel to the classic Romeo and Juliet story.

Take a gander at the show’s intriguing first look, which is set to premiere next year during the TV midseason.

Wonder if Shonda will make a foray into short film. The genre would certainly benefit from her presence.

Kristen Stewart Takes Over Cannes

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Actress Kristen Stewart is owning the Cannes Film Festival right now. The Twilight actress was booed for her film Personal Shopper, which debuted at Cannes this week. Yet, her performance is drawing rave reviews.

Stewart is a terrific actress, her brittle exterior barely masking whatever tempest she or her characters are battling underneath, and here, the unpredictability of what she may do next is heightened by the fact that there are no rules for what can happen, says Variety of her role in Personal Shopper.

Critics are also showing love to Stewart’s performance in her other Cannes film, Woody Allen’s Cafe Society.

If you haven’t heard, home girl has been slaying the Cannes red carpets.

With each role, Stewart distances herself from those hokey vampire films. What we’re witnessing is the metamorphosis of a fine actress. And this year’s Cannes festival has been her stomping ground.

 

SoCal Summer Film Fests

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Some prominent film festivals are set to launch this summer in Southern California, starting with the LA Film Festival which takes place June 1-9. The venerable fest is packed with screenings, premieres and discussions with industry insiders. For more information on the LA Film Festival, please visit this website.

 

The Palm Springs International ShortFest, which takes place about 100 miles southeast of Los Angeles, runs June 21-27 and is one of the largest events of its kind. For more information on the Palm Springs ShortFest, please see this link.

FirstGlance Takes A Final Bow

FirstGlance Short Film Contest

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Hundreds of you voted in the FirstGlance Short Film Contest and we thank you. All 16 nominees were worthy, but only one short film will emerge as the winner. That announcement is coming soon.

That winning film will be screened at the FirstGlance Film Festival in Philadelphia.

 

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What’s Up?! Beyoncé’s Lemonade and Cannes Short Film Competition

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What’s up good people?! Itsashort.com is back in effect with the short film and movie news you need.

This week, we have our minds on Lemonade. No, not the beverage, rather Beyoncé’s tour de force of a visual album. Last week, HBO premiered the film Lemonade, which accompanies the singer’s 12-track album, which was released last week. The riveting feature is a collection of vignettes, where each chapter corresponds to a song off the album.

Our black heroine traverses emotional, sonic and visual territories that are diverse, wondrous and compelling. There are moments in the film that stings your eyes, especially the scene featuring the mothers of Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin and Eric Garner holding photographs of their deceased sons.

The spoken word poetry that serves as narration, birthed by the Somali-British poet Warsan Shire, is beautiful, barbed and poignant as well.

Beyoncé (short film and movie news)

An ode to black woman.

Beyoncé sings about anger, infidelity, injustice, and forgiveness. Lemonade is about the resiliency of black womanhood, making lemonade out of lemons, as it were.

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This is Bey’s world and there’s nothing you can do about it.

In any event, the work is a critical and commercial success that propels the singer into an entirely different stratosphere, apart from other pop stars. What’s more, HBO is submitting Lemonade for Emmy consideration, reports Variety.

Like Pink Floyd, The Who and Prince, Beyoncé successfully employed film to fully render her musical vision, which is grand in its own right.

Yes, we are sipping this Lemonade all day.

 

Yes We Cannes

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The launch of the most prestigious film festival in the world is almost upon us.

The Festival de Cannes 2016 (Cannes Film Festival) is set to run May 11-22 and features its usual lineup of big-time films and well-regarded shorts. The Short Film competition highlights 10 shorts that were culled from 5,008 submissions.

Cannes will premier films by Woody Allen and Steven Spielberg, along with a buddy-comedy starring Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe, among many others.

We will post the Cannes short film contest winners in a few weeks. Stay tuned.

Two Weeks Left For FirstGlance

FirstGlance Short Film Contest

FirstGlance Short Online Contest

Speaking of short film competitions, we have one of our own going on at itsashort.com: the FirstGlance Film Contest. A total of 16 shorts are vying for the top prize: the chance to be screened at the FirstGlance Film Fest in Philadelphia (how’s that for alliteration?).

Anyhow, the short film entrants run the gamut, from crime dramas to comedic parodies. Go here to vote for your favorite short for free. You can do so every day, once-a-day.

The contest ends on May 17. Get in on the fun before it’s gone.

We Salute These Shorts

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We would be remiss if we didn’t give props to the Short Film Competition winners at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Best Narrative Short – Hold On (Houvast), directed by Charlotte Scott-Wilson (Netherlands).

Best Documentary Short – Extremis directed by Dan Krauss (USA).

Student Visionary Award – Ping Pong Coach (乒乓), directed by Yi Liu. (Taiwan R.O.C., USA)

Congrats to all these winners as well.

 

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What’s Up?! Prince, Vote In This Short Film Contest

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What’s up good people?! Itsashort.com is hitting you with the movie and short film news you need for your life.

This week, though, we have to pay tribute to Prince Rogers Nelson, who died last week at 57.

Like you, we are in disbelief that Prince is no longer with us. In the wake of his mysterious death, we are left to assess his massive influence as one of the greatest musicians ever. A plethora of think pieces, tributes and retrospectives have emerged in the advent of his death.

Wonderful videos of his past performances have also emerged.

Some of our favorites include his performance at the 2004 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, where he stole the show from Tom Petty, Steve Winwood and Jeff Lynne in their rendition of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”

You can watch the entire video or just fast forward to the 3:27 mark. That’s when Prince elevates the song to another level by exhibiting his breathtaking mastery of the guitar.

We loved the Saturday Night Live tribute to The Artist as well, which featured all of his past performances on the long-running sketch comedy show.

“Other people may have been on the show more times or performed more frequently, but there was always something different about a Prince performance — it was special, it was an event, it was Prince,” said Jimmy Fallon, the host for the special tribute episode.

SNL transported us to 1989 via the wayback machine with Prince’s performance of the song “Electric Chair.”

SNL also broadcast one of the last times he performed on the show in 2014.

The cherry on top was a video shared by a former SNL cast member showing Prince rocking the after party for Saturday Night Live’s 40th Anniversary.

Yes, his loss reverberated throughout many sectors of the world, from publishing to entertainment and even the sports world.

Prince’s show at the 2007 Super Bowl is still mentioned as one of the best halftime performances ever.

I mean, the man performed “Purple Rain” in the midst of a downpour at the outdoor stadium where the game was held.

If there is one comforting fact to emerge from his passing, it is this: According to multiple reports, Prince has so much unreleased music in his vault his estate could put out a posthumous album every year for the next 100 years.

We still wish the man himself was here to perform it all for us.

Your First Glance

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Itsashort.com is devoted to providing a platform for creators of short film and video. We want to give these talented filmmakers a means of distribution for their work. We want to shine a light on films we think are fantastic.

One of the way we do that is through our FirstGlance Film Contest. For our Spring contest we have selected 16 short film works that are all vying for the contest’s top prize, a screening at the prestigious FirstGlance Film Festival in Philadelphia. We don’t select the winners ourselves, you do. Go here and watch all of the semi-finalists and then vote for your favorite short film. There is no cost, the only thing you paying is your attention and opinion. You can vote once-a-day, every single day.

The contest ends on May 17. Go here to watch and vote now.

Our Mission

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What’s Up?! Jungle Book, Nashville And FirstGlance Short Film Contest

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What’s up good people?! The short film and movie news you need is here for you.

The biggest news of the week is the release of the highly-anticipated film, The Jungle Book, which has captivated audiences everywhere.

The reviews have been fantastic and people are bum-rushing their local theaters to catch the Walt Disney remake.

The box office numbers tell the tale:

The Walt Disney Co.’s “The Jungle Book opened with $103.6 million in North America, making it one of the biggest April debuts ever at the box office…, according to NBCNews.com.

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Big money.

 The Jungle Book hype is real, folks. The movie is a feast for the eyes – a must-watch in 3-D. According to NBCNews.com, “42 percent of the film’s domestic sales came from 3-D and premium-format screens.”

This IMAX featurette is just a taste of this majestic piece of filmmaking, courtesy of director Jon Favreau.

 

Nowdo yourself a favor and go see this film. Itsashort.com commands you to.

 

Movies In Music City

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The weather is warmer and the days are longer. Top American film festivals like Sundance and SXSW are over, and the Tribeca Film Festival pushes on.

Yet, another fest is gaining prestige by the year and is entering the conversation as one of the country’s best. The Nashville Film Festival (NaFF), which kicked off Thursday, has become a destination event for groundbreaking features, music documentaries and short films.

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Well-regarded movies like 13 Assassins, (500) Days of Summer, and Oscar nominees I Am Love, Ajami, and Dogtooth once debuted at the 47-year-old movie extravaganza. Plus, NaFF has hosted its share of celebs like Oprah Winfrey, Susan Sarandon, William Shatner, Al Gore and Nicole Kidman to name a few.

The short film program is nothing to play with either.

The festival features 172 selections in the short film category. Those shorts were chosen from among 3,700 entries.

Yet, this is how big-time the Nashville Film Fest has become: Short film winners in the Narrative, Animated and Documentary Shorts Competitions will qualify for consideration for the 2017 Academy Awards.

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Yes. You read that right.

The Nashville Film Festival is in the upper echelon, in case you didn’t know.

For more information on NaFF, please check out this site.

Get Your First Glance

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Did you ever want to be a film critic like Roger Ebert?

Well, here’s your chance. Itsashort.com is hosting the Spring 2016 FirstGlance Short Film Contest, which starts today and runs through May 18.

Here is how you can take part: Visit itsashort.com to watch and vote for the film you like the most. Once you register at no cost, you can watch the nominees and vote, once-a-day, everyday for the film of your choice.

Once the votes are tallied and prizes doled out, one lucky filmmaker will have their short film screened at an event in Philadelphia.

So vote early and often on your favorite short film. It’s fun and it doesn’t cost anything.

Plus, you’ll be making a filmmaker’s dream come true.

Got it?

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Yep.

Good.

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