The fourth annual Apex Short Film + Music Video Festival will again be hosted in sunny Tucson, Arizona next winter.
A day pass will get you unlimited access to a red carpet photo shoot, exclusive short films and music videos from around the world, and Q&A panels with filmmakers from all over the southwest. Complete programming details will be announced closer to the event.
If you’re a local Arizona filmmaker, your submission fee will be discounted. We hope to see you at our next event!
Lisa, a young newlywed, is captured by a dangerous bandit.
With his accomplices, they oblige her to attend the hanging of her husband, Mike. But he manages to escape death and he is going to do his utmost to deliver his wife from the claws of the outlaws.
Written and Directed by: Laurent Ardoint, and Stéphane Duprat.
A detective struggles to find the killer of a former client before the killer finds her.
Directed by: Jacob Glass
Written by: Jacob Glass, Paul Lopez, Tony Bonano, Emily McNeill, and Cearra McSherry
What could possibly go wrong on a solo road-trip.
Written and directed by Timur Bootzin
The young confectioner can’t focus on making muffins after having been left by her boyfriend. She doesn’t expect her work to become the masterpiece.
Directed by Pawel Cichonski, Written by Pawel Cichonski, Pawel Jedrysiak, Bartlomiej Gaida, Bartlomiej Gaida, and Zofia Wiatrowska.
A tiny lady bouts the Heavy Weight Pie Eating Champion at Brave New Bakery.
Directed by Josh Shelton
On January 10th a young girl finds a little wooden box and a mysterious map in her closet. The following morning she embarks on the sentimental journey of the special significance.
The film and its music have been released on the 1st anniversary of David Bowie’s death, to whom they have been dedicated.
Directed by – Paweł Cichoński
Story by – Paweł Cichoński, Grzegorz Drożdż, Łukasz Klimasara, and Łukasz Winkler
Music by – Grzegorz Drożdż, Maciej Henel-Celis, Łukasz Klimasara, Tomasz Kulisz, Wiktor Pacan, and Łukasz Winkler
Six fanfare flute players explore the landscape of the uniform. A journey that does not go unscathed.
Directed by Digna van der Put from Rotterdam (the Netherlands)