SCOUT FILM FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS 6 OUTSTANDING FILMS FROM THE ARCHIVE
1. Blessed Days - Scout Film Festival 2019 Drama, Female Filmmaker (19 to 24)By Valentina Casadei, France
Adèle is an 85 years old lady facing the loss of her husband after 63 years together. An unexpected dream will bring Adèle to relive the last moments of their life together, at the museum. She will be able to overcome the pain.
2. Boy - Scout Film Festival 2016 Drama and Winner Best DirectionBy Lucas Helth Postma and Olivia Karoline Floe Lyng, Denmark
The short film Boy is about the girl Emilie, whose wish is to be a boy. Sadly her mother doesn't wish the same. Throughout the film we experience her attempts to convince the world that she's trapped in the wrong body.
3. Vanya - Scout Film Festival 2016 Nominee Experimental, Female FilmmakerBy Fanny Bell's House, Russian Federation
These are five important minutes of the usual life of one special boy. The script of the film was created by a team of children 8-13 years old at the children's studio Fanny Bell's House. The workshop was arranged in the frame of the children's camp, Cut.
4. Cycle - Scout Film Festival 2017 Winner Best Actor, Editor, and Overall FilmBy Caleb Wild/Starring Isaac Hollingsworth, USA
A teen aging out of the foster care system, scrambling to determine his future, is suddenly interrupted by the appearance of his biological father.
5. Missing Facts - Scout Film Festival 2016 Winner Best HorrorBy Srwsht Abarash, Iraq
Before The Terrorists take over Shengal city a family traveled there and Isis attacked. The family was killed, only one brother escaped.
6. Welcome - Scout Film Festival 2019 Animation, Female Filmmaker (19 to 24)By Polina Kutukina, Russian Federation
This story is about the relationship between a young arrogant rector of the church, fresh from the divinity school, and an old woman who has devoted her entire life to the service of God and for whom the church became a real home. The film carries the idea that besides the spiritual world, each of us builds our own world for ourselves. We should not forget as well about the physical world that is around us. It is the symbiosis that presents the world in which “the ceiling does not fall on our heads”.