The 2022 edition of Camden International Film Festival will start on September 15th and end on 25th. It will be in person 15-18 and online 15-25. CIFF is Academy Award Qualifying with the prize Best Short and this is thr 18th edition of the festival.

You can find the films in program at this link, let’s see the shorts!

  • Aralkum by Daniel Asadi Faezi, Mila Zhluktenko
  • BELONGINGS by Alex Coppola
  • Bigger on the Inside by Angelo Madsen Minax
  • Brave by Wilmarc Val
  • Call Me Jonathan by Bárbara Lago
  • Congress of Idling Persons by Bassem Saad
  • Constant by Beny Wagner, Sasha Litvintseva
  • Dapaan by Nehal Vyas
  • Deerfoot of the Diamond by Lance Edmands
  • Echolocation by Nadia Shihab
  • Everything Wrong and Nowhere to Go by Sindha Agha
  • Fire in the Sea by Sebastián Zanzottera
  • Handbook by Pavel Mozhar
  • Irani Bag (کیف ایرانی) by Maryam Tafakory
  • La Frontière (The Border) by Katy Haas, Megan Ruffe
  • Life Without Dreams by Jessica Bardsley
  • Lungta by Alexandra Cuesta
  • Masks by Olivier Smolders
  • Moune Ô by Maxime Jean-Baptiste
  • Murmurs of the Jungle by Sohil Vaidya
  • My Courtyard (Ne Sotal) by Shrutiman Deori
  • Nazarbazi (نظربازی) by Maryam Tafakory
  • One Survives by Hiding by Esy Casey
  • Pacaman by Dalissa Montes de Oca
  • Paradiso, XXXI, 108 by Kamal Aljafari
  • Proof of Self by Maya Daisy Hawke
  • Seasick by João Vieira Torres
  • Solastalgia by Violeta Mora
  • Somebody’s Hero by Morgan Myer
  • Subtotals by Mohammadreza Farzad
  • Swerve by Lynne Sachs
  • The Ark by Amira Louadah
  • The Artists by Noah David Smith, Elizabeth L. Smith
  • The Family Statement by Grace Harper, Kate Stonehill
  • The Flagmakers by Cynthia Wade, Sharon Liese
  • The Sower of Stars (El Sembrador de Estrellas) by Lois Patiño
  • Unsinkable Ships by Lamia Larzak, Josie Colt
  • Weckuwapasihtit (Those Yet to Come) by Geo Neptune, Brianna Smith
  • Weckuwapok (The Approaching Dawn) by Jacob Bearchum, Taylor Hensel, Adam Mazo, Chris Newell, Roger Paul, Kavita Pillay, Tracy Rector, Lauren Stevens
  • When the LAPD Blows Up Your Neighborhood by Nathan Truesdell