The week one, of what we hope to be a single edition Short Film Festival has concluded and online audiences all over the world have selected Greek ‘Postcards from the End of the World’ by Konstantinos Antonopoulos as their favourite film of this week. “While the more apocalyptic overtones of [the film] were originally a backdrop to its clever and nuanced examination of human behaviour, they are much more foregrounded in light of the current world situation,” a UK based film critic Laurence Boyce writes for “Talking Shorts” magazine where the Festival is hosted.[caption id=“attachment_19268” align=“alignnone” width=“900”] ‘Postcards from the End of the World’ was elected the Audience Favourite during the first week of My Darling Quarantine Short Film Festival. - Review by Laurence Boyce[/caption]
To read the full review for the winner of ‘My Darling Quarantine Short Film Festival’ week one “Postcards from the End of the World” visit Talking Shorts Magazine.
The program of the MY DARLING QUARANTINE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL - WEEK TWO (23—30/3)
Stars of Gaomeigu by Marko Grba Singh (Serbia, China, 2017)
AlieNation by Laura Lehmus (Germany, 2014)
Yellow Fieber by Konstantina Kotzamani (Greece, 2015)
Le sens de la marche by Jela Hasler (Switzerland, 2018)
2045 by Maja Prelog, Blaž Murn (Slovenia, 2016)
Symbiosis by Nadja Andrasev (Hungary, France, 2019)
Schirkoa by Ishan Shukla (India, 2016)
The Festival supports two very important causes. The outbreak of COVID-19 affected everybody. However, some less fortunate people are affected more than others. Thus,‘My Darling Quarantine Short Film Festival’ has set up a GoFundMe page to support our causes.