Experimental Short Film
Duration: 19 min
Black and White / HD / Argentina
An average employee burdened by depression and loneliness, caused by the job demands of his boss and the eternal routine in which his life is imprisoned.
Desperate, he allows himself to dream with an iota of freedom.
Trapped to break with oppression and, with it, his existential emptiness.
This Argentinian film, narrated between metaphors, is a message. It is the symbol of work oppression and the empty routines that enslave most people in this era.
Javier Piazza, Fernando Beracochea & Belén Sevillano.
Why Black and White?
The choice of black and white is related to the protagonist’s introspective and it was meant to reflect his anguish and depression.
Like all things, when used, they tend to lose their brightness or color: ‘Javier’ as he loses the essential values of the human being, due to labor oppression, he begins to see his surroundings on a grayscale; trapped there, we see the landscapes in depressing tones in which he lives.
Understanding white and black as beginning and end respectively, the film shows the protagonist debating with himself such cycle. Longing to get out of that tepid scale, he looks for something defined: the end.
Black and White were used as another character in the story, its choice was of great importance to the plot.
This is the first short film by Roberto I. Ercolalo. A movie made it with a Handycam.
PROMOTIONAL TRAILER OF JOB LIFE
Official trailer of Job Life:
Experimental Short Film
Duration: 00:45 sec.
- Finalist in Las Vegas Global Film Convention (USA)
- Finalist (Promotional Piece) in Las Vegas Global Film Convention (USA)
- Official Selection: in 6 On Nebraska (South Africa)
- Official Selection: in Independent Talents International Film Festival (Bloomington, USA)
- Nominee: in Moscow Indie Film Festival (Moscow, Russian Federation)
Short Film - Italy
Categories: Fiction / Experimental / Environment
Duration: 11 min.
"An entrenched custom, the wishes of a child and the sacrifice of an innocent life, intersect in a dark reflection of human behavior."
A silent short film. Made in black and white, without a single dialogue, focusing on the communicative power of images. Has been sent to compete in official IMDb, Oscar and BAFTA festivals
Sofía Lo Bianco, German Böhm Morales & Giovanni Ríos Palmetta
We live in a world where it´s more expensive to buy a fish tank, rather than the fish that will live inside. That is what life means for the human being.
"Nature" is a film narrated through metaphors with the concept of the sinister.
Short Film - Spain
Categories: Fiction / Comedy / Social
Duration: 1 minute
Maria, expectantly, prepares herself at home to receive someone in times of a pandemic.
Cast: María Diaz
- Semi-Finalist in Flicker´s Rhode Island International Film Festival (Academy Award and BAFTA Qualifying) (USA)
- Winner of the "Honorable Mention" in Bad Film Fest (USA)
- Winner of "Best One Minute Film" in Virgin Spring Cinefest (India)
- Winner of "Best One Minute" in Varese International Film Festival (Italy)
- Winner of "Best Micro Short Comedy" in Berlín Flash Film Festival (Germany)
I want all my films to have a message, something that leaves the viewer thinking. This is my first color short film, precisely in the times of Covid-19 when the world turned gray.
The pandemic has shown the need for human beings as social beings, this is a message in a 1-minute short film.