Javier Dampierre
During a therapy session, conducted by the prestigious psychiatrist Patrice Allen, the mentally unstable patient Kenneth reveals that he killed his own father when he was a teenager, to protect her mother and himself from his abuses. Soon Dr. Allen finds out that Kenneth is emotionally connected to her neglected daughter, who’s dealing with severe drug issues, and he blames her for everything.
Director, Screenwriter Javier Dampierre (1977) is a director, screenwriter and editor in film, television and comercials. He has stood out in the short film field with titles like “7 Days”, awarded at two International Film Festivals, the dark comedy “Crocodile Nile” (El Cocodrilo Nilo), with more than 80 official selections all over the globe, including being Candidate for the 2011 Spanish Academy Awards, the short documentary “The Dance of the Infants”, awarded at the Oscar qualifying Rhode Island International Film Festival, and the psychological thriller “Fifty”, with 16 international awards in its first 4 months of distribution. He has directed the feature documentary “Lo imposible de lo imposible”, about the movie “The Impossible”, by J.A. Bayona, starring Ewan McGregor and Naomy Watts. The documentary captured a share audience of 39,2% in Telecinco, the biggest tv channel in Spain. He’s optioned his feature screenplay “The Silence of Marcos Tremmer”, which will be produced next year, a coproduction between Spain, Dominican Republic and Argentina. During his 4 years based in Los Angeles, he's edited trailers, live action feature films, and documentaries for NBC, FOX, Amazon, ESPN and Netflix, such as "The People's Fighters", produced by Mandalay Sports Media and Frank Marshall, the live action feature "Prescience", starring Linda Gray and Eric Roberts and distributed by Indican Pictures and Lionsgate, and doc TV series “40 Days: Canelo VS Kovalev”, for DANZ and NBC, and “The Harder Way”, for ESPN, both produced by Uninterrupted and LeBron James.

AI Film Fest (Tehran, Iran)-Official Selection

Aphrodite Film Awards (NY, US)-Official Selection

Beaufort International Film Festival (South Carolina, US)-Official Selection

Beeston Film Festival (Northwest England)-Official Selection

Believe Psychology Film Festival (Los Angeles, US)-Official Selection

Bridges International Film Festival (Greece)-Official Selection

Buenos Aires International Film Festival (Buenos Aires, Argentina)-Official Selection

CKF International Film Festival (Swindon, UK)-Best Short of the Month

Crown Wood International Film Festival (Kolkata, India)-Best Film

Culver City International Film Festival (Los Angeles, US)-Official Selection

Cyprus International Film Festival (Nicosia, Cyprus)-Best Proof of Concept

Delhi Shorts International Film Festival (New Delhi, India)-Honorable Jury Mention

Eko International Film Festival (Nigeria)-Best Short-Best Actress-Best Actor

Eurasia International Monthly Film Festival (Moscow, Russia)-Official Selection

Ferrara Film Festival (Ferrara, Italy)-Official Selection

FESCIGU – Festival de Cine Solidario (Guadalajara, Spain)-Official Selection

Festival Pilas en Corto (Seville, Spain)-Official Selection

FIFF- Filmstrip International Film Festival (Rumania)-Official Selection

Florence Film Awards – Monthly Competition (Florence, Italy)-Best Picture

Global Shorts (California, US)-Award of Merit

Great Message International Film Festival (India)-Best Sound Design

Ichalkaranji International Short Film Festival (Maharashtra, India ) -Official Selection

Incorto Film Festival (Mexico City, Mexico)-Official Selection

International Film Festival “Bucovina” (Chernivtsi, Ukraine)-Official Selection

International Shorts (Australia)-Official Selection

Jersey Shore Film Festival (New Jersey, US)-Official Selection

LA Edge Awards (Los Angeles, US)-Best Narrative Short

Madrid Film Awards (Madrid, Spain)-Official Selection

Maracay International Film Festival (Venezuela)-Official Selection

Marina del Rey Film Festival (California, US)- Official Selection

Medellín International Film Festival (Medellin, Colombia)- Official Selection

Melkbos Short Film Festival (Cape Town, South Africa)-Official Selection

Mesa International Film Festival (Mesa, Arizona, US)-Official Selection

Moscow Film Party (Moscow, Russia)-Official Selection

MovieScreen Pro Film Festival-Best Criminal Drama-Muestra de Cinema El Tumbao (Alicante, Spain)-Official Selection

NEW DELHI FILM FESTIVAL-NDFF (New Delhi, India)-Official Selection

New York City International Films Infest Festival – US (NY, US)-Best Spanish Film

NexGn International Short Film Festival ( Maharashtra , India) -Official Selection

Oaxaca Film Fest (Oaxaca Mexico)-Finalist-Rome Independent Prisma Awards (Rome, Italy)

Official Selection-Shore to Shore Film Festival (California, US)-Best Drama-Short of the Year (Spain)-Mención Especial del Jurado

Southern States Indie FanFilmFest (Biloxi, Mississippi)-Best Actor in a horror film

The Blue Ridge Film Festival (Blue Ridg, Georgia, US)-Official Selection

The European Independent Film Awards-Official Selection


  • Original title Fifty
  • Director Javier Dampierre
  • Duration 18
  • Production year 2019
  • Aspect 2:35:1
  • Format DCP
  • Category Short Film
  • Subcategory Fiction
  • Gender Drama
  • Nationality Spain, United states
  • Producer Ática Films
  • Dialogue language Spanish
  • Subtitle language English, Spanish, Greek, French
  • Intérpretes Sasha Golberg, Dey Young