TOMORROW ISLAND is the Grand Prize Winner of the 5th Annual Stage 32 Short Film Program.
The two halves and Tomorrow island are online in the Australian platform FlixaTV.
Flixa is an Australian based not for profit offering global streaming services that promote and support female film makers to create a positive change in the film industry.
Flixa offers a monthly subscription based service to access hundreds of high quality shorts, features, documentaries from all around the world.
The two short films will stream online at the Argentinian VOD platform through all July.
Tomorrow island will screen online mode as part of the 5th Women’s Film Festival this Friday 17th, 12:30 pm EDT.
You can register and get your free tickets for the online screening plus Q&A session with the director at Eventbrite.
Tomorrow island will open the 3rd Festival Bendita Tú this 1st November.
Bendita Tú is a film festival focused on productions made by women. The first edition awarded Gwenn Joyaux for her short film “Las dos mitades”. Second edition had her as a member of the Jury. This year edition is inviting Gwenn’s latest production “Tomorrow island” to open the festival.
Tomorrow island wins at Queenpalm International Film Festival 2019!
Queen Palm International Film Festival is a bi-monthly film, music, & screenwriting competition with a live Annual Screening and Awards Show Event in Palm Springs, California. QPIFF honors films from around the world with a vast array of awards in different categories and genres. This year Tomorrow island was awarded the Best Short in the Love is love category.
QueerX kicks off Friday 31st May night with an exclusive industry party at the Whisky A Go-Go with performances by Brooke Candy and her special guests, Jordy, Davy Boi, and a special performance by an artist making her LA concert debut.
For further information, check the full article here.
As part of the special programme focused on female filmmakers, organized together by Bilbao Art Fundation and Bendita Tú Festival, The two halves will screen again in Spain this 10th April. The short film is the winner of Bendita Tú Festival first edition.
The blog Screen Anarchy publishes full programme of activities and screenings for this year Kinoki Film Festival.
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