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Miami Short Film Festival

The Miami Short Film Festival is dedicated to promote the short film genre showcasing films from one to thirty minutes long. The Festival is international in scope, bringing exposure to the best of the world independent up-and-coming filmmakers


Tonight the theme at Miami Short is transgression

This incendiary group of films is united by the theme of transgression. Ranging from the cost of war to stealing a playgirl from your mother, the transgressions of these films range from the minor to the catastrophic.

This group shows that breaking the rules can be both dangerous and liberating. Exploring war, corporate greed, crime and adolescence, these films prove to be above all thought provoking!


Black By Keøma | Directed by Aviv Kosloff | Music Video | 4:20 min | Germany

A twisted story of vengeance and betrayal that starts with two Santas running to a vintage getaway car after robbing a gas station.


Eye For An Eye | Directed by Steve Bache | Documentary | 4:25 min | Germany

Frederick Baer spent over a decade on death row in Indiana State Prison. He is still waiting for his death penalty to be executed.


Tattoo You | Directed by S.R. Bindler | Narrative | 8 min | USA

When two women from the same town, yet with very different backgrounds, re-connect in the bathroom at their 20th high school reunion, their troubled past breaks the cool veneer of the present. Some scars don’t fade away.

Twitch | Directed by Jules de Niverville | Experimental | 5 min | Canada

The film chronicles the life-pulse of a creature in conflict: its stirrings/twitching/convulsions, its agonizing missteps and battle with demons. It’s an ode to overcoming dark energies that lie within, the embodiment of conflicting energy.


Numero Redondos (Round Numbers) | Directed by Rafael Martínez Moreno | Narrative |14:17 min | Colombia

Nadia and Raul are lovers. He finds it strange that Nadia keeps account of the times they have sex. As their rendezvous become more frequent, they cynically challenge themselves to celebrate if they reach the number fifty and start to reevaluate their relationship.


Moneytime | Directed by Ludovic Houplain | Animation | 10:34 min | France

A journey to the farthest reaches of the steppe and outer space. It all begins as a marvelous fairy tale. In the icy steppe, a bear and her cub discover a plane that has been there for some undetermined time. All is calm. But this glacial tranquility will soon be disrupted by a train… And then more trains. Silent mechanical monsters converge toward a military base. A strange orbital spaceflight is being prepared.


A Done Deal | Directed by Simon Lamarre-Ledoux | Narrative | 9:43 min | Canada

Remy, a hit man for a small-time Montreal mobster, has to kill Fernand, an old associate who talks too much. The plan is simple: invite him for coffee, offer him a ride and shoot him in the alley. Easy! A done deal...


Love Stinks | Directed by Alicia Harris | Narrative | 12:04 min | Canada

An 80s coming-of-age tale about three young girls who acquire a Playgirl magazine, and are trying to decide whether they are ready to look at a naked man for the first time.

Hell | Directed by Sandro Miller | Narrative | 8:51 min | Animation | USA

John Malkovich recites Plato's "Allegory of the Cave" while illustrations depicting human atrocities animate all around him.


Millmeterle | Directed by Pascal Reinmann | Narrative | 15:50 min | Switzerland

X jumps first. Down in the water, he's not allowed to change his position. The goal for Y and Z is to jump as close as possible to X. The one who jumps closest to X wins the game. Where is the border between "game" and "reality" and what happens if the limit is exceeded?


Duration: 1:33:54 


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The Miami Short Film Festival is dedicated to promote the short film genre showcasing films from one to thirty minutes long. The Festival is international in scope, bringing exposure to the best of the world independent up-and-coming filmmakers.


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