The Theta Short Film Festival (TSFF) is an international competition dedicated to short films, aimed at creating new connections and promoting artistic exchange among emerging directors from all over the world. The festival represents an opportunity for cultural exchange that allows participants to discover new creative perspectives and meet other professionals in the field. The TSFF welcomes short films of all genres, from fiction to documentary, animation to experimentation, including short screenplays. The official selection of the festival is chosen by a jury that evaluates each short film based on aesthetic, narrative, and technical criteria, but also based on its ability to move, surprise, and engage the audience. The selected short films are then screened throughout the year, giving participants the opportunity to be discovered and appreciated by a wide audience of cinema enthusiasts. This year's edition of the TSFF was held at the Cinema Partenio in Avellino, where the selected works were screened in an event that mixed entertainment, music, and projections. The event was also a tribute to the history of cinema and the great filmmakers who have been part of it, an opportunity to celebrate the art of cinema and the value of creativity. During the award ceremony, the winning short films in the main categories were screened in front of an enthusiastic audience who recognized their talent. But the TSFF doesn't end there: the selected works will be the protagonists of projection and discussion meetings throughout the year, allowing participants to continue to make their art known and share their vision.