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  • Bombshell

    Bombshell

    Lisa Birke
    Canada, 2016, 10 min.

    In four explosive vignettes, Bombshell challenges the cinematic trope of the unflinching walk, revealing the complex systems of gendered signification and role... more ›

  • Celebrate Now

    Celebrate Now

    Leslie Ann Epperson
    United States, 2016, 11 min.

    High above the desert in Tucson, against a backdrop of the Santa Catalina mountains, a young woman stretches upside down to the ground far below. She is... more ›

  • Drifting Away

    Drifting Away

    Cyprien Clement-Delmas
    Spain, 2016, 14 min.

    Paul dreams to go sailing with his father but his father tumbles into a depression and literally dissolves right before his eyes. The family threatens to... more ›

  • Eternal Politeness

    Eternal Politeness

    Richard Rabelbauer
    Switzerland, 2016, 1 min.

    What happens if two so-called gentlemen have the same intention..... more ›

  • Following Raul

    Following Raul

    Annina Lavee
    United States, 2017, 22 min.

    This documentary is about an Hispanic former gang member from Barstow, California, who is released after five years from Chino prison, his re-entry into... more ›

  • Forbidden Cuba

    Forbidden Cuba

    Art Jones
    United States, 2016, 81 min.

    Forbidden Cuba is a dramatic comedy shot guerrilla-style on location. It follows Gil Bigelow, an American middle manager sent by bosses on a covert mission to... more ›

  • From Dogs to Wolves

    From Dogs to Wolves

    Azure Allen
    United States, 2017, 10 min.

    A young man, lost between the magic of childhood and the unbearable wilderness of adulthood, finds himself homeless on the streets of San Franciso. This is... more ›

  • Given

    Given

    Jess Bianchi
    United States, 2016, 74 min.

    Given is the simple yet powerfully contemplative story of a unique family legacy come full circle. Told through the visceral experience of a 6 year old, Given... more ›

  • Halfway to Zen

    Halfway to Zen

    John Adams
    United States, 2016, 95 min.

    After release from prison, Nick is trying to walk a straight line, flipping burgers and taking care of his father, Pop, who's forgotten what a terrible dad he... more ›