.303 (film)

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.303
Directed by David Serge
Produced by Matthew Pullicino
David Serge
Written by David Serge
Starring Mark Mifsud
Cinematography David Serge
Edited by Daniel Lapira
Release dates
  • March 2009 (2009-03) (Palm Springs International Shortfest)
Running time 10 minutes
Country Malta
Language English

.303 is a 2009 short film directed by David Serge and produced by The Bigger Picture Malta.

It has won the award for Best Overall Production, Best Cinematography and the Local Jury Award at the Malta International TV Short Film Festival.[citation needed] It also made the Official Selection at the Palm Springs International Short Fest,[1] California as well as the Bodega Bay International Film Festival.[citation needed]

Plot[edit]

Sicily, 1943. A plane full of allied soldiers comes to invade Sicily. One of them is given a .303 calibre cartridge by his friend, which is supposed to bring him luck.

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