The FilmConvert Short Film Competition for 2019 is now closed! Thanks to everyone who entered. Check out the winning entries below!

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Panasonic GH5, FJ 8563 RL
The Girl Next Door

I made this for a local community film challenge I take part in weekly. The rules for films made that week were that it must include slow motion and you had two days to do it. This one has heavy inspiration from two scenes in the movie Hot Rod, one of my all time favorite comedies.

By James Wightman
Sony A7R II, FJ SuperX 400
Vasty + Sebastian // Antigua, Guatemala

About the couple: This is a story of paths crossing, from Guatemala to Spain. When you have two people who are passionate, considerate and loving, it's a moment that you won't forget when you see them decide to take the journey together and not apart. About the film: While creating the film, we had the privilege of recording their proposal in Lago Atitlan in Guatemala, as well as the wedding and reception. So having access to these moments really opened up the edit to a non-traditional story. We wanted this wedding film to show the interconnected stories that a wedding can have. We also wanted the music to complement the location as it’s near an active volcano. We also graded the film with FilmConvert to breathe life into the footage.

By Jonathan Cape
DJI Inspire 2/X5S, Nikon D750, KD 5207 Vis3
Dear Liza: A Postcard from the West Coast.

This short film features a postcard home and highlights the magic and beauty of sea kayaking with the abundant wildlife of the B.C. coast. Shot in the Broughton Archipelago and Great Bear Rainforest. Graded with FilmConvert Directed & Written by: David Hartman Narrated by: Ashley Hamilton Cinematography & Edit by: David Hartman Produced by: Spirit of the West Adventure & David Hartman Logistics by: Spirit of the West Adventures

By David Hartman