The 8th edition of the Malta Short Film Festival came to an end with the award ceremony at the Radisson Blu Resort, St Julian’s, last Friday week. The big winner of the night was the haunting short horror Chateau Sauvignon, which won Best Picture, the Best Actor prize for its lead Michael Lorz and Best Cinematography.
Conceived by film and TV director Tony Parnis and organised by The Malta Film Foundation, the festival was broadcast on TVM. In competition at this year’s festival were 20 films from 11 countries, including five films from Malta. Read More via TimesOfMalta.