A festival to rediscover
an amazing small town of the Amalfi Coast


Albori Soulplace Film Festival is an international competition with live screenings open to filmmakers from all over the world. It takes place in the small town of Albori (Amalfi Coast, Italy) and its purpose is to help independent cinematography talents and filmmakers to improve their career.

We accept films of all genres and also shorts. Award-winning films will be screened in public before the award ceremony.  


The small village of Albori is part of the town of Vietri sul Mare (Italy) and it is located, above the Amalfi Coast: a landscape of outstanding cultural value and certified UNESCO World Heritage Site. The event is patronaged by the Municipality of Vietri sul Mare and the Italian Association “I Borghi più belli d’Italia” (Italy most beautiful towns) whose main goal is to enhance the great heritage of history, art, culture, environment and traditions of small Italian towns.

Best Narrative Feature
Best Documentary
Best Animation
Best Narrative Short
Best Director
Best Cinematography
Best Editing
Best Original Soundtrack
Best First Time Director
Best Screenplay
Best Actor
Best Actress
Special Jury Prize
Albori Soulplace Film Festival aims to spread the culture of cinematography and promote, at the same time, to promote the discovery of Albori, located in Vietri sul Mare (Italy), above the Amalfi Coast: a landscape of outstanding cultural value and certified UNESCO World Heritage Site.

We want to support as many filmmakers as possible, all over the world, motivating them to always improve, always give their best and never stop dreaming.
Th event involves not only filmmakers and the public, but also the whole territory as well.

We accept films of all genres and also shorts, in the form of narrative (fiction), documentary (non fiction) or animation.

Award-winning films will be screened in public before the award ceremony. *All winners will receive an official laurel and a free ready for print certificate.

By submitting your film, you declare to know and accept that we can promote some of the films by uploading the trailers and/or teasers or posters and production stills and so you allow us to use them for free, for promotional purpose. However the films will never be available online.

Submission fees cover administration costs and therefore they are non-refundable. Multiple entries are allowed for each filmmaker and each entry may be entered in multiple categories.

We do not accept:
- poor standards or amateur movies (bad sound, lack of subtitles/captions for non-English films, video resolution less than 720p HD);
- movies involving politics or promoting political agenda;
- extremist or propaganda content movies, either religious or political organizations.

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Best Narrative Feature, Raven Woman, Junichi Haruta
Best Documentary, Air, Ricardo Íscar
Best Animation, On/Off, Nicolas P. Villarreal
Best Narrative Short, Kogershin, Malik Zenger
Best Director, Kasha, Alexander Amirov
Best Cinematography, Attic, Mohammed Sherwani
Best Editing, XNUR, Miran Omer
Best Original Soundtrack, Looking For A Heart Of Gold, Rudolf Mestdagh
Best First Time Director, Rhythm of the Donkey, Caitlin Long
Best Screenplay, The truth does not exist, Roberto Cicco
Best Actor, The Old Man In The Rocking Chair, Niko El Santo Zavero
Best Actress, Non sai quanti nomi ti ho dato, Noemi Castronovo
Special Jury Prize, Erik, David Kodheli


Best Documentary, The Soul of Sicily, Margie Raimondo
Best Narrative Short, Tragodia, Marco Latour
Best Director, The Privilege of the Last Wave, Stefano Aufiero
Best Cinematography, Survival- living through covid, Sakriya Shrestha
Best Editing, Selected Milk, Jose Luis Ducid - Paula G. de la Fuente
Best Original Soundtrack, Seaper Powers Mystery of the Blue Pearls, Kim Cameron
Best First Time Director, Beginning, Jagan Vijaya
Best Screenplay, Bad Love Tigers, Kevin Schewe
Special Jury Prize, Tyrannosaurus Blues, Vittorio Caratozzolo & Class 1 A