4th Miami Short Film Festival 2005

Nothing Short of SpectacularMiami Short Film Festival opened its doors to the public this November for the fourth time to delight an avid Miami audience . This year, the festival delivered even more of the critically acclaimed and award-winning films it has come to be known for. Past winners include, The Fine Line Between Cute & Creepy, Snap, and Hello – an animation entry from Australia that went on to win many other festivals around the world in 2004. The scope and size of this year’s event, although affected by the ferocious “Wylma” and later recovered, marked a major milestone in the continuing development and popularity of the festival and of quality short films themselves. Miami Short Film Festival has become a launching point for original scripts, new cinematography and film techniques, innovative perspectives and unique pieces of true emotion and expression caught on film. In the four years since its beginning, the festival has showcased over 300 high quality films from around the world representing over 26 countries. To that end, the Miami Short Film Festival is an avid supporter of local and international film makers. With a philosophy that today’s short films lead to tomorrow’s world-renowned filmmakers, the organization has brought a powerful cultural voice to the city of Miami and created a positive influence on the arts through film. It’s an impression that will certainly inspire changes in South Florida and International filmmaking for many, many moments to come. Winner films of MSFF 2005 are: Best Documentary Long Struggle (USA) Dir: Ashkan Soltani Best Experimental I & Thou (Argentina) Dir: Federico Spoliansky Committee Award St. Paul (USA) Dir: Francisco Ordoñez Best Animation The Twelve Months (Australia) Dir: Jonathan Nix Best Narrative Reflejos (USA) Dir: Eduardo Fierro Best Miami Film She kills He (USA) Dir: Dave Rodriguez Best Short Movie The red toy (Jerusalem) Dir: Dani Rosemberg Best Foreign Film The red toy (Jerusalem) Dir: Dani Rosemberg Miami Short Film Festival 305.854.2229 www.miamishortfilmfestival.com

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