The third Apex Short Film + Music Video Festival will be hosted in sunny Tucson, Arizona this December. A $10 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 who attend Apex. Complete programming details will be announced here in coming months.
Submissions may win one of these awards:
• Audience Choice
• Best Music Video
• Best Film (under 10 minutes)
• Best Film (10-19 minutes)
• Best Film (20-49 minutes)
• Best in your genre
• Best Acting
• Best Screenplay
• Best Cinematography
• Best Soundtrack
With strange things happening at a remote research station, a university psychologist is sent to investigate. Based on a short story by Philip K. Dick.
A science fiction short by Matthew Ramirez.
With the help of a mysterious demon, a Mexican achieves his goal to cross the border.
A comedy by Manuel Ontiveros of Tempe, Arizona.
Eric was always the child that nobody liked. He never knew why, it was just the way things were. Now, everything has changed…
A short horror film by Peter Mckeirnon.
In the first music video from award-winning composer David Rosen’s third album Head Like Fire, visual effects artist Tobias Steiner creates a stunning computer generated world in which a beautiful creature begins her evolution. This is “Butterfly.”
Tom is fascinated by an old telephone bought at an auction. It doesn’t work, the line is dead. Suddenly, it rings connecting Tom with Isabelle, a young girl in 1940. After sharing conversations on the telephone Tom makes a frightening discovery that threatens Isaeblle. Can he warn her in time?
A science fiction film by Pat Knight.
When Jennifer’s unexpected pregnancy causes a fight with her boyfriend, she visits a fortune teller.
A musical directed by Forrest Anderson Mares of Minnesota.
A driver recklessly races to the finish line.
A production of Wondering Pictures directed by Marina Bruno.
A musical, cabaret, neo-noir short film about a burlesque dancer who attempts to escape from her underworld crime boss.
Directed by Matthew Weekes of Australia.
Igor’s uncontrolled transformations into other people force him to turn to the only person able to stop this…
Directed by Olga Belova of Russia.