Indianapolis, Indiana - Team Dharma Productions announced today that their short film SCRIPTUM has been chosen to screen at the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner.
SCRIPTUM premiered in the fall of 2020 as a part of the Indianapolis 48 Hour Film Project, where it was named “Best Film”, in addition to winning Best Directing, Best Cinematography, Best Acting, Best Sound Design, and Best Editing.
SCRIPTUM then went on to represent Indianapolis at Filmapalooza, the Global Finals of the 48 HFP, where 72 of over 5000 films from across the world were chosen to screen. Of the 72 finalists from across the globe, Team Dharma Productions film, SCRIPTUM, was one of nine films chosen to represent the 48 HFP and Filmapalooza at the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner. It was also awarded Best Sound Design.
Team Dharma is an original content-based production company based in central Indiana.
CREDITS for SCRIPTUM
Director/Cinematography/Writing/Editing/Sound Design: Mark Rosenau / Elizabeth Cutshaw (Director's Cut)
Executive Producer: Brandy DeVol
Visual Effects: Angie Rosenau
Actors: Taylor Moss, Corbin DeVol, Thomas D. Brown II, Dave Butts
ABOUT THE CANNES SHORT FILM CORNER
The Short Film Corner | Rendez-vous Industry, Forum dedicated to short filmmakers takes place at the heart of the Film Market. During one week, participants take part in a program of Professional Meetings, Workshops, Masterclasses, and Panels - broaching different topics as distribution, festival strategy, and coproduction.
The SFC | Rendez-vous Industry aims to promote emerging talents and bring together both creation and the industry. Neither a selection nor a competition, the Short Film Corner - as a Film Market - is designed to boost networking between professionals.
Cannes Court Métrage Catalogue includes both the Cannes Selections (Official Competition, Cinéfondation, Critic's Week, Director's Fortnight) and the Short Film Corner market catalogue.
ABOUT THE 48 HOUR FILM PROJECT
The 48 Hour Film Project is an opportunity for filmmakers of all levels to practice their craft while making a film in a weekend and have it screen before an audience at a local theater.