Yesterday was the 48 Hour Film Project Ceremony Day.
This year That’s la vie by ZERO is the winner of the most prized prize and will compete against short films from all over the world at the Filmapalooza 2018 where, besides the grand prize, he will be able to win the chance to compete in the section “Court Métrage “at the Cannes Film Festival 2018.
Even our Academy, the main partner of the event, has awarded the RUFA Special Prize to That’s la vie, too. Special thanks go to Elisa Amoruso, screenwriter, director and RUFA teacher, who has selected the winner of the award among the many candidate short films.
Congratulations to everyone!