HIGHLIGHTS & VIDEOS: March 2022 Film Festival

Showcase of the best FILMS in the world today.

Audience Award Winners:
BEST FEATURE FILM: CINE-SYMPHONY PLANET EARTH
BEST SHORT FILM: PILED UP
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: #CLIMATEOFCHANGE – “The Making Of”
BEST SOUND & MUSIC: SHARKS OF THE SEA OF CORTES: A LOST TREASURE?

Watch the Audience Feedback Video for each film:

PILED UP, 11min., USA

Directed by Sophia Lebowitz

Piled up is a film about Anna Sacks, a dumpster diver in New York City who has recently found viral social media fame for calling out wasteful corporate practices. Meanwhile, the physical build-up of the trash she collects, and the anxiety of the never-ending cycles of waste are weighing her down and keeping her from her goals.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!



#CLIMATEOFCHANGE – “The Making Of” – A contemporary circus project, Italy, 24min.,

Directed by Daniele Poli

An anonymous narrator personified by an elusive typist, accompanies us along the path of creating a contemporary circus show: the artistic expression of the EU funded project #ClimateOfChange, which uncovers all types of migration caused by the consequences of climate change in these last decades. The girls of WeWorld Onlus present us the project and then dive behind the scenes of the MagdaClan Circus into the secret mechanisms behind the great shows, such as being able to do a European tour with two “transformers” trucks that turn into the dystopian stage of the show.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!



SHARKS OF THE SEA OF CORTES: A LOST TREASURE?, 27min., Mexico

Directed by James Ketchum

Just 30 years ago, dense, swirling schools of hammerheads and
giant manta rays made the Sea of Cortés – El Golfo de California – a global diving mecca, and created the city of La Paz’ flourishing tourism economy. But in the 1990s, indiscriminate issuance of shark fishing permits allowed multinational fleets to “strip mine” them in critical habitats, including nurseries. This triggered a cascade of collapse among shark populations, so local fisheries and tourism plummeted. But today, scientists and fishermen work closely together to restore and protect this priceless marine ecosystem.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!



CINE-SYMPHONY PLANET EARTH, 51min., USA

Directed by Jed Charles Parker

We document the birth and life of Planet Earth. This includes the sliver of time when humans came and messed everything up. Never fear, our Mother Creator, or Gaia figure, is here to knock heads together and save the day. We end on an uplifting note.

WATCH HERE – The audience feedback video of the film!

CLICK HERE and see full info and more pics of the film!


By comedyfestival

Film and Writing Festival for Comedy. Showcasing best of comedy short films at the FEEDBACK Film Festival. Plus, showcasing best of comedy novels, short stories, poems, screenplays (TV, short, feature) at the festival performed by professional actors.

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