How do filmmakers tell a story in under six minutes?
We found out at the tenth annual Short Short Story Film Festival!
The festival screened 34 films in two distinct programs, including sixteen US Premieres and three World Premieres.
Click here to see the list of festival films, from sixteen countries on five continents, and including 22 animations and 12 live-action films.
Read more about the festival in the Worcester Telegram and Pulse Magazine.
Thanks to judges, audiences, filmmakers, performers, and helpful staff at AS220 and Cinema 320.
This year, all six of our awards were custom creations by filmmakers who themselves had participated in prior editions of the festival.
Click here for the 2016 festival award winners.
Awards consist of Jury, Audience, and Special categories. Judges are film industry professionals who have been interviewed on Spoiler Alert Radio.
Click here to read more about festival judges.
More on the festival
The Short Short Story Film Festival is a competitive international festival of films that tell a story in under six minutes.
The festival has taken place every November since 2007, in Providence and other cities in the northeastern United States.
To learn more about the festival concept and history, click here.