“Tombstone Pillow” Gets its 36th Nomination at the Paris International Short Film Fest

A European hotspot for showcasing innovative cinema and new trends in short filmmaking, the Paris short film Festival, PSFF 2021 is looking forward to screening a massive range of genres by international film directors & story tellers, “to bring out the best of fresh filmmaking to film-loving Paris audiences.”

For over 7 years now, the Paris Short Film Festival “discovers, supports and develops new talent in filmmaking, providing a platform for emerging and established filmmakers from around the world. Recognizing the important role independent films have in the history of filmmaking, storytelling, and culture, PSFF wants to help empower the next generation of artists.”

The 7th PSFF will run and starts on September 19, 2021, at the Les Voûtes experimental Cinema in downtown Paris.

“Tombstone Pillow” was shot in Manila at the historic Manila North Cemetery, in the Philippines.

Heads up to:

Exec Producer and Actress Lou Baron, Actress Kendra S. De Mesa Actor Ian Taylor Actor Blake Salcedo, Akram Yesmine, Cedric Escobar
Director: Daniel Lir and Bayou Bennett
Writer Fraser Scott
Cinematographer Mycko David
Assistant Director Cristina Pintoy
Editor Bella Jones
Distributor Sharry Flaherty Leslie Morris Color by 50 Stars Cinema.

Ian Taylor Ignacio & Lou Baron.



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