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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


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Winners of the Miami short Film Festival 2016!

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Best Cell Short Film
THIS MOMENT – Dir: Sven D.

 

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Best Music Video
BUTTER BY BORN DIRTY – Dir: Matt Dvine,

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Best Web Series
RENECO, FABIO AND GARCIA – Dir: Jose Villegas,

 

RENECO

 

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Best Local Film
OCD - Dir: Alexander Beregovoy and Melissa Espinoza,

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Best Experimental Film
SOPHIE: A STORY OF DISCOVERY – Dir: David Todd McCarty,

 

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Best Animated Film
PEARL- Dir: Patrick Osborne,

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Best Documentary Film
STARRING AUSTIN PENDLETON – Dir: Gene Ballerano and David Holmes.

 

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Best short/short Film
ADOLESCENCIA – Dir: Javier Blanco,

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LGBTQ Award
A MIRACLE OF HANUKKAH – Dir: Adi Spektor

 

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Audience Award
POJAT – Dir: Isabella Karhu

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Jury Award
STUTTERER – Dir: Benjamin Cleary,

 

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Directors' Choice Awards
TEN YEARS – Dir: Ryan Firpo,

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Best Narrative Film (Comedy)
3 - WAY (NOT CALLING) – Dir: Molly McGlynn,

 

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Best Narrative Film (Drama)
STEP 8 – Dir: Rick Lenzing,

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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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