The Market Hemanth Srinivasan (2017) (India) (9m)

The Market (Sandhai) won the Best Indian Short Film award in the FILMSshort Competition. The Market tells the story of a man selling body organs on the black market, who finds himself the target of his own trade because of his rare blood type. However, he has a plan to meet the demand without harming himself. Set in one location, it is a complex story well-acted by the Tamil-speaking cast.


Lullaby by Poojitha Prasad (2016) (India) (6m)

Lullaby is the first Indian film to make it into the finals of the FILMSshort competition, proving that Indian filmmaking is on the up. Lullaby (Laali) tells the story of a mother (Roopa Rayappa) who is being constantly awoken by her crying baby, much to the annoyance of her husband (Sujith Shetty). But all is not as it seems and her husband can longer bear to see his wife tending to their baby.

Friday Tigers

Raah by Prateek Payodhi (2016) (India) (16m)

Raah was selected by FunOnGo as the Best Indian Short Film in the 11th FILMSshort competition. In Raah a man is giving a pretty woman a lift in his car along a deserted road said to be haunted. A psychological power struggle ensues between the two of them because both like to play pranks. However, one of them is in for a nasty shock as events take a turn for the worse. But who is in the greatest danger?


Satisfied??? by Aliakbar Campwala (2011) (India) (8m)

Written and directed by Aliakbar Campwala, Satsifed??? is a short film with a personal story reflecting the changing world in cities such as modern day Mumbai (Bombay): a little like the Oscar winning Slumdog Millionaire. Aslam is a man people come to if they need help in Mumbai. Anna is a pretty woman apparently involved in telephone sex. She apparently needs his help but how it all fits together is only revealed at the end. It may require more than one viewing!



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