A short portrait of a strange yet familiar family as they bury their family pet in the backyard.
Directed by Sam Brown (USA)

Vietnam Aftermath

The horrors of war never die. The story emerging is not one on the War itself but on the horrors these men and women now face at home. Their story is of the war after the war, rejection, disenchantment, death, nightmares and resiliency. More than 40 years have passed since the official end of the Vietnam War. For years, many veterans of this war refused to talk about their experience. Now, however, as many begin to die out, four Vets that belong to the New Jersey Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial have decided to share their stories for the first time. 
Directed by Tom Phillips (USA)

White Guys Solve Sexism

Because of the Harvey Weinstein scandal two men realize that all of their favorite movies are now sexist, leading them down a dark path of discovery.
Directed by Christopher Guerrero (USA)

The Serenade

Two parents struggle with their beloved Mexican musical tradition when their son requests a love song for another boy.
Directed by Adelina Anthony (USA)

Car Stealers

Rayna, a girl with a supernatural ability to pick locks, helps Zeke, a charismatic misfit, break into a car. Afterwards, he asks her to join his gang: ‘The Car Stealers” a group of ethical car thieves who steal back stolen cars. After Rayna steals a bike, Zeke introduces her to the Car Stealers and unveils their mission: when he was a kid, he was supposed to inherit his dad’s sick 2001 Lexus. Unfortunately, an evil repo man, Herbert Franklin, got it first. The Car Stealers steal back the Lexus. But the owner of the stolen bike is waiting at their headquarters with a gun. Bob the dog (a member of Car Stealers) has a heart attack and Rayna quits the gang.
Directed by Christopher Guerrero (USA)

Constant Treason

A genomic scientist creates a bioengineering program for soldiers and decides to destroy it, the only problem is he falls in love with a CIA agent who tries to stop him.
Directed by Ruvin Orbach (USA)


“Transgression(s)” stages the secrets and mutual lies of a couple told from the perspective of a middle-aged african-american woman that thinks that the relationship between she and her husband has been clarified after a conversation. But the husband, that tells her, like a voice of her conscience, that she is a liar and that she’s hiding something, is the one which is actually hiding the biggest secret.
Directed by Eric Weber (USA)

Women Not Permitted

While at a gay men’s bathhouse, three men – each harboring their own latent contempt for women – are visited by a mysterious stranger known only as “The Woman.” Through surreal dreams and memories, she engages in a battle of wits with each man, exposing the misogyny that lurks just behind the steam.
Directed by Brad McDermott (Canada)