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The Jesuits are pleased again to announce the 4th “Iñigo Film Festival” for short films at the World Youth Day 2013 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.Entries are accepted in the following categories: narrative fiction, animated and documentary on the general theme of "City of God". A wide variety of interpretations of this topic is expected and encouraged.
For example, submissions are welcomed:
- that reflect the spiritual yearnings and experiences of young people today;
- that show the presence and/or absence of God in our modern secularized world;
- that take into account the twin dimensions of faith and justice.
The ‘Iñigo Awards’ will be given to the three best short films. There will be a first prize of EUR 2.500, with a second and third prize of EUR 1.500 and EUR 1.000 respectively. There will be two additional Awards: one to a film chosen by the audience, “The Audience Award” (non-monetary), and “The Fidel Goetz Emerging Film-Maker Award”, which includes FCP Studio Pro and a stipend for the Festival. Each prize is accompanied with a professional software bundle by Showbiz (Budgeting, Scheduling & Producer)
The teaser for Mujo No Kaze: first prize winner of the 2nd Iñigo Film Festival
Mujo No Kaze (JAPAN) received first prize at 2nd Iñigo Film Festival
The teaser trailer to the short Japanese-language film "Mujo No Kaze" (The Wind of Impermanence).
After a Japanese exchange student is murdered while studying in the US, his best friend in Tokyo is thrown into a world of depression in which a series of hallucinations lead him to a divine encounter in the countryside. Mujo No Kaze is a short film about finding hope in the midst of depression, suicide, and the futility of life.
It was shot on location in Tokyo with Japanese actors and actresses by a crew of ten Biola University students and their professor during the early part of January 2007.
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