“Human Mirror” won the Best Screenplay Award at the XI edition of Solofra Film Festival, International Short Film Festival held 24 to 25 April 2015 in Solofra (Italy).
Solofra Film Festival Premio Mejor Guion Marc Nadal El espejo humano
The jury is chaired by Antonio Spagnuolo, President of Film Culture Club Imagination and artistic director of Laceno D’Oro, with the jury Elena Spiniello, actress and theater educator Michele Mari, Maurizio Venturiero photographer, filmmaker Anna Di Nardo, Castellarte artistic director.
The audience jury awarded the short Alessandro Tamburini “a physical examination is required”. Among other awards awarded the Best Screenplay Award: Marc Nadal, for the short film “Human Mirror” and the Best Actor Award: Eduard Fernandez for the short film “The mouth shut.”
The artistic director Federico Curci wanted to thank all the staff, event partners and wanted to stress that the festival has grown in recent years, both in terms of investment by both directors in number during the festival.
Solofra Film Festival born film director Federico Curci, who joined the will of a group of young Solofra for the realization of a film. Since then Curci created a short film competition dedicated to Italian and foreign authors. The organizers wish to thank, in advance, all those attending the Festival as authors of the works, and all those who cooperate actively in the project.
Ore 15.30 Il cinema in Radio “Patriae” di Federico Curci
Ore 18.00 Racconti in Radio “The sensibilità of cinema”
di Federico Curci - legge Mariagrazia De Stefano
Ore 20.00 Proiezione cortometraggi “in concorso” Sala Archi
Complesso Santa Chiara Solofra (AV) - Via Regina Margherita.
“Con la Boca Cerrada” di Anna Farre (Spagna)
“El Espejo hiumano” di Marc Nadal (Spagna)
“El Nino Alcalde” di Chiara Sulis (Spagna)
“Unisono” di Paolo Budassi (Roma)
“Thriller” di Giuseppe Marco Albano (Matera)
“Non vale quello che pesa” di Antonio Amore (Pavia)
“Ci vuole un fisico” di Alessandro Tamburini (Ravenna)
“Mokusatsu” di Nour Gharbi (Roma)
EL ESPEJO HUMANO
Based on a real story. A 17-year-old girl with social anxiety has hardly any contact with the outside world. Never leaving her home she watches the cruelties being reported on the news every day, bringing her mind closer and closer to the dangerous nature of society.