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  • Turning

    Voices in a crowd stir violent emotions, micro-aggressions bring up past traumas. Then a turning shifts the emotional landscape...

  • Jackal's Womb

    A peek into a dystopian past where pigs ran the world with an immutable manuscript that set the rules. The rest of us were fettered in blood-soaked chains. If someone dared to break free, they were banished from this world and exiled to the jackal’s womb for eternity. Nobody quite noticed when th...

  • The Hacked Mind

    The Hacked Mind blurs the lines between art, spirituality, science and technology. It is a story that challenges and encourages the audience to go on an inner journey through image experience and consciousness movement.

  • Girls Grow Up Drawing Horses

    Society’s capitalist and consumerist views of women amount to little more than their views of horses. Their value is found not in their humanity, but in their appearance and their labor, and how each may be exploited. I

  • Kokokids of Paris

    LOU-ANN, a shy 6 year old, meets the smart and witty CHAYA, 8, at a park in Paris. They quickly bond over their shared love of afro-electro dance and explore Paris in a dreamy adventure. However as their young friendship blossoms, it is put to the test as they face the harsh and unseen reality su...

  • Nightmare of Gaza

    A haunting, abstract and experimental narrative of a woman in the streets of Gaza surrounded by the devastation after the bombs have stopped. She has been helping others, but revelations show it is she who now needs help.

  • No One´s Home

    A house on the countryside in Bosnia, window shutters closed. Smoke rises from the chimney. It is no one’s home, a place, where since decades no one has been welcome. Ivica, a man in the end of his 70s, lives alone and isolated in this house and falls gradually into decay. In the short film"Ničij...

  • This One Weird Trick

    A woman slogs through an identity mired with gendered stereotypes and consumer capitalism to attempt to discover her true self. What is “natural” or “original” becomes inaccessible, forgotten, and nonexistent.

  • Onikuma

    Onikuma is Japanese yokai, a demon bear known for chasing horses.
    Surrounded by a foreign landscape, two women will understand that demons can come in different forms.

  • The Sacred Disease

    Reeling from the death of her brother and oppressed by the medication meant to cure her, a small town epileptic ditches her pills and follows a mysterious woman into the deep woods of Tennessee. On the outskirts of her town, Angie endures a nightmarish limbo, finally breaking through to the subli...

  • Orpheus Rhapsodie

    As a young woman attempts to shoot a film about "Orpheus in the Underworld“, she falls into a well and dies. But instead of finding peace in the beyond, her fantasy remains stuck on earth. The reason for this is a lively carpenter from Berlin whom she had met a few minutes before her death…

  • Final Act

    Penelope departs the dance world by interpreting “Vicky” the main character of “The Red Shoes”. The departure process takes on a feel of nostalgia and doubt over the choice to embark on this new phase in her life or to remain at the dance company as prima ballerina.

  • The two halves

    Aristotle, Cleopatra and Darwin considered earthworms essential, even sacred creatures. But the only thing we learn about earthworms is that if someone cuts them in half, they will regenerate. This story demystifies that belief. This is a story about someone who was cut in two when she was born, ...