On the run after looting a prospector, William makes his way down a river to Deloro Ontario where a man will trade gold for cash. After taking cover in this mysterious man’s cabin, William soon realizes he isn’t so much interested in his gold, but something much more valuable.
Lorenzo Puntoni works in cinema as first assistant director and director. He’s the author of two short films: “Aquarium” selected in about seventy international film festivals and winner of ten awards, and “Cosmosi” winner of the critics prize of the “Dance in 1 minute” festival’s edition 2018.
Two human beings, far one from the other, meet: the first and carefree day at the swimming pool, the last and dramatic step of a massacre’s plan. Project Links Facebook News & Reviews ““Acquario”, corto diretto dal giovane esordiente Lorenzo Puntoni” RbCasting https://www.rbcasting.com/altri-articoli/2017/09/04/ciak-si-gira-acquario-corto-diretto-dal-giova-esordiente-lorenzo-puntoni/ “#PFF19 – Acquario” Birdman magazine https://birdmenmagazine.com/2019/09/20/pff19-acquario/
WILL TO LIVE: THE GARY EDINGER STORY, 17min., Canada, Documentary/Thriller Directed by Adam Foss In 2007, on a fateful February day, in the remote Northern Wisconsin woods, a solo independent logger named Gary Edinger severed his left leg off while felling a tree. Twenty miles from help, alone, and in forty below temperatures, Gary summoned… Continue reading Will To Live: The Gary Edinger Story Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from WILDsound Festival June 2020
WINDOWS, 9min., USA, Thriller Directed by Timmy Walczak Upon arriving at his destination, a passenger doesn’t want to get out of the car. Instead, he recounts his troubles to his driver with hopes of getting some guidance for his ever-growing problem. Unfortunately, this driver isn’t the best person for advice.
MARRAS, 23min., Finland, Fantasy/Horror Directed by Sami Mustonen The story of a silenced, young girl and her journey after the loss of her father, through the ancient Finnish backwoods and wilderness.
AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS: BEST THRILLER FILM: NEAR KEPLER BEST CRIME/MYSTERY FILM: LYCANTHROPHY BEST ACTION FILM: ROLL PIN PUNCH BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: DEEP WATER BEST PERFORMANCESS: MARRAS BEST SOUND & MUSIC: WILL TO LIVE: THE GARY EDINGER STORY Theme of night: Trapped and getting out. NOTE: Festival took place during the COVID-19 virus lockdown so all screenings… Continue reading HIGHLIGHT & VIDEOS: JUNE 2020 THRILLER/SUSPENSE Film Festival
Filmmaker Lola Rùi (THE DOOR) It was an interesting experience to see how the audience receive the message of the film in different ways depending on their own vision or circumstances, showing that the art is always alive. I love this. A FilmFreeway preferred festival – The Thriller/Suspense Festival Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Video: 6 Watch… Continue reading Thriller/Suspense Festival Testimonial – June 17 2020
Producer David E. M. Maire (THE HOBBYIST) First thing I did was share the URL with my parents hahaha It was thrilling to watch, and pinned a huge grin on my face. The audience was very kind, and I was quite happy they enjoyed the concept and positive message so much. A FilmFreeway preferred festival: Watch… Continue reading Thriller Festival Testimonial – June 15 2020
Sami Mustonen was born in 1988 in Oulu, Finland. Mustonen is a film director and cinematographer while working also as a 3D visualization specialist. He has worked for one of the biggest advertising agencies in Finland and been involved in countless commercials, along with making visual effects for several shorts and full feature films. ‘Marras’… Continue reading Director Biography – Sami Mustonen (MARRAS)