After 14 days of voting, watching, sharing and debating films in our fourth online film festival, 10 entries have now made the cut to our #VOFF4 shortlist. The shortlist is automatically determined by viewer engagement with each movie, meaning that these finalists have been determined solely by you—our community.
As our Jury reviews the finalists, have a look at the top 10 films below. The winners of #VOFF4 will be announced on December 8.
This film emphasizes the importance of maintaining one’s playful spirit from childhood into one’s adult years.
Tito imagines a world where sunflowers do not have to look at the sky, where the moon works overtime to make him smile. The question is: why?
2019: wars have destroyed the cities, the economy has plummeted, unemployment has risen and crime rates continue to soar.
Mario Castro, a fisherman that decided to change the destiny of his community, ended up creating the world’s most robust marine reserve.
After 15 years of silence, this documentary presents a collection of memories from a former child soldier of the Liberian Civil War.
Nobel Peace Prize nominees use their wisdom and courage to fight against one of the world’s worst crimes against humanity, the Chinese organ trade.
Alex is only one of approximately 16,000 people in Berlin who are homeless. This documentary will display the heart of what homeless people value most: the feeling of being known.
This Doc presents an examination of the practice of Urbex, its constraints, its dangers, its magic moments, and its doses of shivers.
Prolific author Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson has written many books on the emotional lives of animals.
Whilst at a routine checkup with the midwife, Louise and Sean are told the news any parent dreads: “there is no heartbeat”.
While the top 10 films are being reviewed by our Jury, remember that all the 230+ films in #VOFF4 are still streaming for free, and will be available on Viewster untill December 15.