Spring '16 Archive
As iFF the lens can't shift
May 6th at 7:30pm
AsiFF Spring '16 Winners
Filmmaking through women’s eyes
Best Director - Coralie Fargeat (Reality +)
Best Cinematographer - Philip Lozano (Reality +)
Best Actor - Patrick Chesnais (Planter les Choux/Just Like Us)
Best Actress - Romane Bohringer (Planter les Choux/Just Like Us)
Best Score - Underwater
Special Mention - Invisible directed by Zofia Pregowska
Best Over All Short
Planter les Choux (Just Like Us)
Director: Stella di Tocco
Synopsis: Today, Julie is strong. She is independent. She can go back home. Her family is waiting for her, they love her: her mother, her brother, her sister… and her father.
Director: Zofia Pregowska
Synopsis: The film's protagonist is a blind poetess Ms Krystyna. It is set in a tiny flat in Warsaw, which Ms. Krystyna cannot leave on her own because of her health. Forced to rely on others, she engages in the surrounding world by writing poetry.
Just Like Us—
Director: Karine Blanc
Synopsis: Julie has a crucial interview today. But she also has a baby and no place in day-nursery. She foresaw everything except the quirks of an old elevator.
Director: Réka Bucsi
Synopsis: Love is a short film describing affection in 3 chapters, through an impact on a distant solar system. Abstract haiku-like situations reveal the planet through the change in gravity and light. This pulsing planet makes the inhabitants become one with each other in various ways.
Director: Coralie Fargeat
Synopsis: The brain chip 'Reality+' acts on your sensory perceptions and allows you to see yourself with a perfect physique. All the people equipped with the chip can see your new appearance and you can see theirs. But the chip is only active for 12 hours a day…
Director: Virginie Caloone
Synopsis: A police team has wired the apartment of the prime suspect in a dark serial crime case. While there is only 6 hours left to prove his guilt, The Police Commissioner asks for assistance from an officer who works as a "Golden Ear,” in the Navy. She accepts to help with her extraordinary hearing.
The Good Boy—
Director: A. Lauren Lee
Synopsis: Young boxer Cal and his trainer Ray go to dive bars, where Ray bets on Cal to beat any challenger—man or woman, drunk or sober—foolish enough to take him on. There's no losing or forfeiting for Cal because Ray only goes home with winners.
Country: United States11:20