Short Films

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  • Hapless Hans

    The grumpy factory employee Hans Himmelreich has to travel behind the Iron Curtain into a profoundly communist Czechoslovakia of the sixties to have his deceased grandmother buried. Despite prejudice he unexpectedly finds happiness in this Sudeten German province.

  • Games

    A Midsummer Night's Dream: Titania awakens - usually portrayed as a humorous reconciliation between her and Oberon - this unique interpretation explores the "what if" of a failed modern relationship.

  • Trust

    Othello has no reason to feel insecure - he is distinguished, successful in occupation and politics and married to a beautiful and interesting woman. But the many voices of Iago begin their treacherous game - and in the narrow confines that are his entire universe, Othello cannot even grasp the i...

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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...

  • 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

  • The Brownlist

    One girl's journey to becoming diverse...enough.

  • Pasta Girl

    Felix has her second date with Diane. It's a bit awkward. There's no reassurance. Maybe pasta will help.

  • Night Herald

    To become an adult, 10-year-old Leo needs to pass an unusual ritual, which makes him confront not only his own doubts, but also the discriminative outside world.

  • Gargoyle

    Like the gargoyles on the block he guards, Themba is both a symbolic protector and a threat. He supplements his meager income with crime in order to support his younger brother, which leads to a devastating encounter.

  • The Bull

    Heavily pregnant on an isolated farm, a young woman embraces and endures the strange magic that burdens her reality. This is a fairy tale about bringing life into a world where creatures have more in common than the shapes which separate them and lovers share the same space but not always the sam...

  • Nothing Compares

    When Julian Stefoni was 11, his sister was kidnapped and murdered on the south side of Chicago, and he turned to music as a way to fill the void, and heal his soul. Now, many years later, he spends his nights fronting a Prince tribute act, giving fans the chance to express their collective grief ...

  • Nanny

    A quiet and intimate look at the last moments between a nanny and the child she cares for, on the day before she leaves for an arranged marriage.

  • My Boyfriend's Daughter

    When a young woman's much older boyfriend refuses to introduce her to his daughter, she decides to take matters into her own hands.

  • Abuelas

    In a small apartment in Buenos Aires, an old woman eagerly awaits the birth of her grandchild and all the joys of becoming a grandmother.
    However, horrific circumstances mean she is forced to wait for over 30 years.

  • In the Vice

    In The Vice, a short film inspired by true events, gives us a glimpse into the world of a high-powered Wall Street woman who resorts to an unorthodox way of enhancing her work performance, while trying to keep up with the harsh demands of the corporate world.

  • Wren

    Teenage Wren is unsure what to do when her mother, gone for months in a drug-related absence, suddenly shows up at their home. By Aisha Ford

  • Tomorrow Island

    In the dawn of the Cold War, a young Soviet telegraphist makes a desperate attempt to save her American lover from being stranded in the Russian side of the Bering Strait after receiving a border closure message.

  • The Gaze from Above

    Selma travels back to the island where she grew up - a place she never really felt at home. Being there, Selma gets confronted with herself through old friends and past memories. The gaze she feels on her back, is it theirs, or her own?

  • The Block

    In the middle of the steppes of Kyrgyzstan an old foundation dating back to the Soviet era is gaining more and more importance in the nomads’ daily life.

  • Teta

    In Teta, Alexandra Hidalgo tells the story of her journey nursing her youngest son, Santiago, for twenty-two months. Teta uses Hidalgo’s narration and the footage shot by her husband to portray the ups and downs of nursing a baby as a working mother of two. As the film shows Santiago go from his ...

  • Summerfest

    A young couple is having fun in a Summer music festival, suddenly in the middle of the night the girl disappears.