• Festival Fiaticorti
  • Festival Fiaticorti
  1. Best Short Film Award
    by Toofan Nahan Ghodrati (Iran)

    A courageous and compact film that portrays today's Iran through the events of a man who loses himself to the point of becoming an enemy to his loved ones. The director conducts the narration in an essential and convincing way supported by the excellent acting and by a photography that illuminates the protagonist's journey with a realistic and at the same time poetic angle.

    Best Short Film Award Fiaticorti 19
  2. Best Actor Award
    Roberto Citran in Mon Clochard
    by Gian Marco Pezzoli (Italy)

    Roberto Citran plays a complex character, neither rude nor insensitive, discreet but horribly guilty, and it does it almost without words, chiselling the silences and the daily gestures with the strength of a dry and intense performance, that keeps him constantly on the edge between banality and abomination.

    Best Actor Award Fiaticorti 19
  3. Fiativeneti Award
    Asfalto#01 - Pensare a metà
    by Dimitri Feltrin (Italy)

    Asfalto. Pensare a metà by Dimitri Feltrin has been awarded as the best short film from Veneto for the strength of the story and for the stylistic and narrative urgency with which it photographs our territory. The personal events of the protagonists collide with the construction of a great public work that compromises a work-life balance built over time with difficulty and determination.

    Fiativeneti Award Fiaticorti 19
  4. Fiaticomici Award
    Belle à croquer
    by Axel Courtière (France)

    It is a courageous and original work, aimed at exploring in depth the potential of cinematographic language, supported by an effective irony. The chromatic research, the stylistic innovation, are never the expression of a virtuosity that is an end in itself, but they rather correspond to the purpose of fully exploiting the peculiarities of the cinematographic narration. Also noteworthy is the attempt to bring the work back in line with some avant-garde trends in contemporary art.

    Fiaticomici Award Fiaticorti 19
  5. Popular Jury Award
    El niño que quería volar
    by Jorge Muriel (Spain)

    The popular jury composed by:
    Quinto Spazio Giovani, Treviso Incoming, Cineforum Gagliardi, Associazione la Greppia Presepi di Natale, Marathon in the Camp, Team Potter, Associazione La Greppia, Mission Onlus, Reservoir short dogs, Aristide Della Fincha & D'Artefatti, Roberta Mariot, Carolina Cavallin, Stefano Ferello, Federica Favero, Frank Francesco Baruffi & Eros Parisotto, Emanuela Rosti, Roberto Parise, Piermario Chiarellotto, Michele Buba Bonasia & Francesco Bacchion.

    Popular Jury Award Fiaticorti 19
Il Festival

The Festival

Born in 2000 Fiaticorti is the longest-running film festival in the province of Treviso and one of the first national festivals dedicated to short films.
The Festival is organized and supported by the Municipality of Istrana (TV) and designed by a group of young people under 30.
Comune di Istrana

Festival Fiaticorti

Fiaticorti stands out for its identity that recalls the film clubs from the Seventies, for the attention it gives to the territory in which it was born - the Veneto region - dedicating to it a special section of the festival and for the strong internationalization developed in recent years.


The Festival works with other events taking place in the Veneto region: the Vincenzoni Award in Treviso and the Viaggiatore Festival in Asolo. Moreover, in 2017 it took part to Fotogrammi veneti - i giovani raccontano, a project promoted by the Municipalities of Quinto, Istrana, Paese and Morgano in the province of Treviso and financed by the Veneto Region for the realization of a series of short films focusing on Veneto. In particular with "Ciak si gira" some courses for young people in the area have been organized with the participation of the artistic director of Fiaticorti, Bartolo Ayroldi Sagarriga.



Jury's comment
Finalist Short Films

Finalist Short Films





The jury selects the winners of the Fiaticorti Award for the best shortfilm, the Fiaticorti award for the best actor or actress and the FiatiVeneti Award for the best short film shot in Veneto.

Events Calendar

Events Calendar


Fiativeneti Night
October 20th 2018 at 9pm

Screening of the short films from the FiatiVeneti section, analysis and talk with the public. In collaboration with the Pro Loco of Comune di Istrana.

Cà Celsi - Piazzale Roma - Istrana (TV)

Closing night and awarding ceremony - October 26th 2018
Closing night and awarding ceremony
October 26th 2018 at 8.30pm

Awarding ceremony of the best short films and closing of the festival. The evening will continue with a cocktail.

Cinema teatro dell'Aeroporto Militare di Istrana (TV)


Press room

Press room




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