The 23 short films of the Shorter Kids’n’Teens section that the kids and teens will be able to enjoy and vote.
Today the 23nd edition of ShorTS International Film Festival was presented during a press conference at the Casa del Cinema in Trieste, on zoom and live-streamed on Facebook.
Those present included Councillor Tiziana Gibelli for the Friuli-Venezia Giulia Region, the Cultural Attaché of the Israeli Embassy in Italy Dr. Maya Katzir, the Chief Rabbi rav Alexandre Meloni, Dr. Albino Belli for EstEnergy – Hera Group, Dr. Luciana De Mori for AcegasApsAmga – Hera Group and Dr. Silvia Risitano for Bazzara Caffè for the institutional greetings.
The president Chiara Valenti Omero and the artistic director Maurizio di Rienzo explained, together with all the curators of the festival, the very rich programme that distinguishes this new multifaceted edition of ShorTS. Thanks again to all those who took part and to all the festival’s supporters.
We look forward to seeing you from 1 to 9 July at Giardino Pubblico, Teatro Miela and Casa del Cinema di Trieste!
Please download the press release here.
Special focus at ShorTS IFF on film productions from Israel
ShorTS IFF: Time has come
A festival dedicated to all those who would like to get a few pebbles out of their shoes.
How many of us have had the urge to act without reacting?
This year ShorTS IFF celebrates spontaneous and sincere people.
For all those who are instinctive, genuine, outspoken, reckless, determined, pure of heart and why not, even a little crazy, this is the festival for you.
For anyone who feels like they are on the verge of a nervous breakdown: watch a short film and let it pass.
ShorTS IFF announces the Maremetraggio Section 2022!
Aurora Giovinazzo, who made her cinema debut in Gabriele Mainetti’s film
Freaks Out (2021), to receive the Premio Prospettiva 2022 award at the ShorTS International Film Festival.
The young actress will receive the Premio Prospettiva award, a recognition that the Festival has been dedicating for 13 years to emerging talents of Italian cinema, during the 23rd edition which will be held in Trieste from 1 to 9 July 2022.
Since its inception, the Premio Prospettiva of the ShorTS International Film Festival has specifically staked on the future of the young talents discovered by the Trieste event each year. Through this award, ShorTS will once again in 2022 turn the spotlight on a promising newcomer to Italian cinema. A gamble which, over time, has been vindicated by the careers of the various recipients of this award from the Festival, including Alba Rohrwacher, Luca Marinelli, Michele Riondino, Matilda De Angelis, Daphne Scoccia, Sharon Caroccia, Francesco Di Napoli, Giulio Pranno and Luka Zunic.
Here is the press release.
The deadline for entries has been extended to 7 March 2022!
There is one more week to submit your short film to one of the competitive sections of the 23rd edition of ShorTS International Film Festival which are Maremetraggio and Last Chance, Shorter Kids’n’Teens e ShorTS Virtual Reality. For all details please click here.