Viddsee Shortee Winners
Viddsee is an online video platform that enables a global audience to easily discover, watch, and share short films from Asia anywhere on their desktop and mobile devices. Their team strives to empower filmmakers and storytelling with Viddsee’s programming and its network, which includes some of the biggest internet media companies in the world. Their filmmakers come together via a unique platform to cross-promote, collaborate, and grow the audience for Asian film.
The selection of films shown at this year’s Luang Prabang Film Festival is made up of Viddsee Shortee winners. This award celebrates the most watched, shared, and talked about Asian short films on Viddsee each month.
All films are in their original languages with English subtitles. The full collection will be screened every day at 3pm.
- Closer Apart // Jason Lee // Singapore // 14’
A father does something drastic when his family members become strangers to him.
- Tudung // N Thilagan // Singapore // 19’
After the death of her father, a religious woman’s life is turned upside down when her long-lost sister returns home, pregnant.
- TheRapist // Diane Ventura // Philippines // 16’
As a young man accused of rape recalls the details of what transpired the night of his alleged assault, his therapist investigates the truth of his story.
- Sunflowers // Quek Shio Chuan // Malaysia // 34’
A struggling makeup artist finally lands a job only to find that she won’t be working with the living.
- Revenge // Andri Cung // Indonesia // 11’
Upon discovering that her boyfriend has cheated on her, a woman resorts to traditional Indonesian black magic to invoke the same pain on him.
- LOLA // Kevin Ang // Philippines // 17’
A grandmother spends a quiet Christmas tending to chores when the arrival of an unexpected visitor brings some deadly consequences.
- Delete // Sidney Chan // Malaysia // 14’
Four girls break into an abandoned bathroom at their university one night as part of their class assignment on urban legends.