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Sing (to me) - now streaming!

The wait is over! You can now stream the full short film "Sing (to me)", written and directed by Andrew Acedo, exclusively on the Horseshoe Films YouTube channel.

“Sing (to me)” tells the story of a man born with the eccentric gift of singing everything he speaks. This is a film for those who are deemed “different,” and for those who understand.


Director, Writer, Editor: Andrew Acedo

Producers: Patricia Bautista, Francesca Escarraga, Sooean Chin

Executive Producer: Shane Huston

Cinematographer: Shelby Adair

Sound Mix & Design: Dominic Lozano

Composer: Tangelene Bolton

Starring: Rafael Ortega, Ana Marte, Tara Deleon, Emma LaPlante, Arman Bryant, Arrad Rahgoshay, Rachel Gallardo, Andrew Acedo

Official Selections:

NewFilmmakers Los Angeles

Arpa International Film Festival

Borrego Springs Film Festival

Dreamanila International Film Festival

Santa Monica International Film Festival

First Glance Film Festival Los Angeles

The Monthly Film Festival

Lonely Wolf International Film Festival

New York Flash Film Festival

I.F.B. Studios Film Festival

Golden State Film Festival

Flickers Rhode Island International Film Festival (Semi-Finalist)

Awards & Nominations:

Oniros Film Awards (New York)

Best Indie Short Film - Nominee

   Best Actor (Rafael Ortega) - Winner

   Best Supporting Actress (Ana Marte) - Winner

   Best Ensemble Cast - Nominee

The Monthly Film Festival (United Kingdom)

   Best Film - Nominee

   Best Actor (Rafael Ortega) - Winner

New Creators Film Awards (France)

   Best Supporting Actress (Ana Marte) - Winner

Independent Shorts Awards (Los Angeles)

   Best Indie Short - Nominee

   Best Actor (Rafael Ortega) - Nominee

   Best Supporting Actress (Ana Marte) - Winner

   Best Acting Ensemble - Nominee

   Best Original Story - Nominee

Dreamanila International Film Festival

   Best Screenplay - Winner

Lonely Wolf International Film Festival (United Kingdom)

   Best Emerging Filmmaker - Nominee

I.F.B. Studio Film Festival (Los Angeles)

   Best Dramedy Short Film - Nominee


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