Sorok Short Film Festival (SSFF) is a fundraising activity organized by Sorok Uni Foundation, Inc. It also aims to promote Filipino talents in the film-making industry and advocates in the promotion of social awareness in the Philippines; to give opportunities to filmmakers to exhibit their talents - it can also be a stepping stone to opportunities in both the local and international scene; and to share knowledge from experts through creative workshops.
6th SSFF Winners Themed:
PAGBANGON; PAGKAPIT. PANINIWALA. PAG-ASA.
While everything is now settling in its new normal state, a group of hospital workers commemorates the life of a "lost" colleague through a virtual necrological service. The solemn gathering suddenly turns into a recollection of dark and haunting memories. This short is a stand-alone sequel to the 2020 QCinema short film "Miss You, George!".
Healing is one of the Babaylan’s ability, but this Covid-19 pandemic has really apalled us with it’s excessive effect to our health that could end up life even the life of a healer. This story is a manifestation of our faith in who and what we believe in, that what ever circumstances we may face, we need to be resilient, we need strengthen ourselves, re-calibrate our minds to surpass everything.
An overseas contract worker (OFW) is sent back to the Philippines when the company where he works closed due to pandemic. During his quarantine in a hotel, he gets infected with corona virus, he starts questioning about God’s love or God’s wrath? The film starts when the nephew Henry, still with hangover, gets a call from his OFW uncle Fernan, about his urgent flight back to the Philippines.