Mongolian/French short film Snow in September from director Lkhagvadulam Purev-Ochir won the Orizzonti Award for Best Short at the 90th Venice Film Festival on Saturday. Italian director Maria Guidone picked up the Best Director Award for her short film, Albertine Where Are You, in the festival’s Critics’ Week sidebar program. There were two other winners in the aforementioned strand: Puiet by Lorenzo Fabbro and Bronte Stahl won the Best Short Film Award and Federico Russotto’s Reginetta won the Award for Best Technical Contribution.
See below for the full list of short film winners:
- Best Short Film: Snow in September by Lkhagvadulam Purev-Ochir
SETTIMANA DELLA CRITICA/CRITICS’ WEEK
- Best Short Film: Puiet by Lorenzo Fabbro and Bronte Stahl
- Best Director: Albertine Where Are You by Maria Guidone
- Best Technical Contribution: Reginetta by Federico Russotto