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Daughter (2019)
The bond between a father and a daughter is imperilled by matters that go unspoken and hurts that are slow to heal.
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You Missed a Spot (2020)
In a world where every single person is a clown, a mime escapes a cabin massacre and must find his voice to save the girl of his dreams.
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Cages (2020)
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363° (2020)
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Noctuelle (2020)
Noctuelle takes his job extremely seriously. He is convinced that there is purpose in his craft. He has no doubts that he is on the right side. After all, his magical butterflies bring people good dreams! But apart from good-hearted butterflies, another pair of wings flaps through the silence of the night – wings of a dangerous bat with dark intents.
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The Social Cube (2020)
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Afternoon Tea (2020)
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Clementine (2020)
The bonfire blazes and around it sits a group of children. Unlike the others, Clementine is not enjoying the evening. Telling scary stories is not her favourite pastime. When it turns out that she is easily scared, she gets upset, leaves the others and goes back to the camp through the woods.
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There Is Something Behind the Sound (2019)
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Must Be Painful (2020)
After missing a train, Danny, a perpetual student, and his Spanish boyfriend must wait in an empty train station with two homophobic Czechs, who do not realise that Danny understands their every word.
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Time is (2020)
In a quiet and snowy Chechen village, mother tells her daughter about the return of Zara – their relative, who left this place 20 years ago. Outside, the whole world is hidden in a thick white fog. For both women, the upcoming meeting is a bright event in their dull daily life that they are very much looking forward to.
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Common Language (2020)
The director, who has always been viewed as the black sheep in her family, sets out to the Belarusian town of Vitebsk to talk with her parents about previous grievances and topics that were considered taboo. The effort to find a common language, which runs into stormy emotions and the inability to voice honest opinions, is captured through both personal moments and detailed shots of the protagonists’ faces.
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First Birthday After the Apocalypse (2020)
In her autobiographical documentary, the young director uses cartoon impressions, photographic memories, and the various stages of baking a cake to draw the viewer into her own stream of consciousness, and using images full of kindness, tenderness, and playfulness, she deals with the sadness that began during a children's birthday party many years ago.
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Manifest (2020)
An intimate statement about the filmmaker’s need for self-expression through her own nudity and simultaneously an effort to reject the taboo of patriarchal society. Using diary entries, anger-filled personal reflections, and discussions with a mother painting her nude daughter, the film opens the topic of overcoming shame for one’s own physicality and female sexuality.
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Our Daily Work (2020)
A group of men share a small space in a prison metal workshop in Botosani, Romania. When they’re not working, they animatedly discuss religion and hypocrisy, lament during tea that they don’t have onions for sausage, or joke and sing.
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Worlds Apart (2020)
In 2012, violent conflicts broke out between the Muslim Rohingya and the Buddhist majority in Rakhine State on the west coast of Myanmar. The government subsequently deported Muslims and imprisoned them in a camp on the outskirts of the city. The documentary looks at the lives of neighbours on both sides.
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Mrs. Happy (2020)
A platonic relationship between a young girl employed at a spa hotel and its former client develops through romantic letters full of old-fashioned respect, exchanged between the couple in the mid-50s.
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Phantom skies (2020)
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Short improvisation on whatever Jacob Appelbaum meant when he wrote "selector" (2020)
Young woman confesses from her inner trauma and fears from surveillance as an experience of her movement through the city. Those are generated during the time of lockdown and social distancing.
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Sparkly shiny brightly see, kaleidoscope grows from ears (2020)
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Edible Water Bottles (2020)
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Jochen (2020)
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Nobody needs to know about this, he said (2020)
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Self-portrait as Doubt (2020)
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Muladhara (2020)
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Take them into the light (2020)
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Last Knights of the Right Side (2020)
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We Are Epicenters of the Earthquake (2020)
The earth is scorched; trees are dying; species are becoming extinct; rivers are drying up. Human interventions have thrown the ecosystem off balance. The irreversible changes will have a devastating impact. A trip of a young urban couple to the country provides a base for a spontaneous poetic contemplation on dried-up landscape and mankind's environmental grief. Nature has ceased to be a relaxing place.
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Woodman is My Name (2020)
A young man's obsession with capturing the beauty of his wooden figure gets in the way of his personal life, his passion for his art driving a wedge between himself and his best friend.
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Mourning Run (2020)
As a young woman goes on her daily morning runs, an underlying plot is revealed.
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Snitches Get Stitches (2020)
A group of singing, child-friendly puppets' world is shaken up when they graduate from letters and numbers and are transferred to an inner-city high school filled with drugs, gangs, and violence.
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Roles We Play (2018)
An older professor longing for motherhood must recalibrate her path to pregnancy when she realizes one of her favorite students is a potential sperm donor.
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Allergy Season (2020)
In a universe not so different from our own, where sneezing has started to make people vanish, an anxious young man named Bryce attempts to jump into dating his crush Jessi while also struggling to survive the exploits of his obnoxious roommate Noah.
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Tingling (2020)
Over a devastating night, a couple grapples with memories from the Gulf War.
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Love Is Just a Death Away (2020)
Sometimes life starts after death for someone. Like for a little parasite, who walks with a rotting corpse of a dead dog around an old landfill. Trapped in his unpalatable body he tries to find love and friendship.
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heroes (2020)
Displaying the faces and voices of transgender youth, the documentary short shows the authenticity of queer and trans people living in Toronto, while simultaneously discussing the struggles for self-acceptance that people who do not conform to cisgender and heteronormative ideals of gender face. Andy Nguyen, trans director and film student, captures his trans friends in their natural state on 16mm film shot on a Bolex h16 camera. Accompanied by narration written and recited by Salem Rao, this film represents that trans people exist and this is what we look like. Regardless of the obvious everyday transphobia, trans people find community and uniqueness within each other and themselves.
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all good things come to an end (2020)
The beauty in the act of falling in and out of love.
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it's a girl! (2020)
A self-portrait short film on 16mm from a trans male perspective.
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The American Ambassador (2019)
U.S. Ambassador Henry Morgenthau risks his job and his reputation by leaking memos to the New York Times and becoming the first whistleblower of the Armenian Genocide. (Based on "Ambassador Morgenthau's Story" by Henry Morgenthau)
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Heavy Shells (2018)
A girl named Grace comes home to her studio apartment after her apparent birthday party. Taking a trip down memory lane, she holds seashells up to her ear which contain memories from her past.
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Amaranthine (2018)
Set in an abstraction of 1970s London, Amaranthine tells a tale of punks, betrayal and revenge.
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Letters (2019)
Slobodan meets his father Nenad for the first time in twenty-five years to discuss signing over the deed of the house, which Nenad wants to leave him. Their relationship has been strained ever since Nenad left Croatia during the war in the nineties.
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Letters
LETTERS, a dramatic historical fiction written by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt in 2010, tells the story of U.S. soldiers and their loved ones through their correspondence beginning with the Civil War and ending with the War in Iraq. Sahuarita High School students adapted the Readers’ Theatre play into a movie, reasoning the student actors would be kept safe from Covid-19 by filming them individually, and afterward the footage could be reassembled into a screenplay following the original dialogue.
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The Masterpiece (2021)
At an experimental film screening, Phil (Alec Palumbo) butts heads with legendary auteur, Leonard Manuel (Zack Wolf). As Phil and Leonard get deeper into conversation, Phil may soon realize that there is more meaning to the film-- and life-- than he previously thought.
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summer of 2020 (2021)
A very short film compiling extra video footage from a photoshoot day, and the feelings i felt during these months after i got my heart broken for the first time at the start of the summer of 2020.
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Eyes Wide Open (2020)
During a very hot summer, Emma (15) is doomed to boredom at her grandparents's house. She's dying for something to happen. At the edge of a pond, she hides to observe The Young Man. She develops a brief but intense obsession for this fantasized stranger.
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Elegy for a Park (2019)
Jaded publicist Paloma is left stranded in a motel on the boarder as she waits for a replacement for her stolen passport. She discovers, however, that her passport has already arrived but is being kept in secrecy by the hotel receptionist boy Dino.
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in case you don't live forever (2020)
A PSA short film following a young queer couple.


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