Quarantine as a pretext to make a short film and thus participate in the project “A casa con Oberon Media”, the festival conceived and realized by the production and distribution company Oberon Media. The announcement offers videomakers, forced to stay at home, the opportunity to get involved in the making of a short film. The shorts admitted to the final stages will be broadcast on all the social media and channels of Oberon Media and will participate in the virtual gala evening to be held in streaming on May 14. In addition to the screening of the 5 finalist shorts there will also be a Q&A session with the authors and actors and of course the awarding of prizes.
The short films must be unpublished and free themed, in Italian and made at home during the quarantine period, lasting between 1 and 6 minutes. You can participate as a single director or in a group, provided that everyone has reached the age of majority on the closing date of entries. Registration is free and takes place by filling in and sending the appropriate online form on the event website. The short film can be sent later, but no later than April 28, 2020. The complete regulation is on the website of the project.
Among the short films received, the jury, composed of film and audiovisual professionals – such as director Ferdinando Vicentini Orgnani (president), Oberon Media’s project coordinator Ernesto Leotta, director Marco Amenta, historian and journalist Salvo Trapani and actress Elisabetta Pellini – will select the films to be admitted to the final stages of the festival. The winning short film will receive a prize of one thousand euros. An audience prize will also be awarded, through the counting of “likes”. The audience prize can also be awarded to the absolute winner.
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