The Selfie Project

A pilot show, designed to air weekly, in which teens share their thoughts and concerns via Selfies and discussions with experts.
Directed by Barbara Holstein (USA)

Hunger

Yoshizumi Nagaya, a Japanese sushi chef, sits at his table at home in the evening. It is raining outside. Suddenly someone knocks at the door and there is this young woman.
Two residents from Zurich, Switzerland turn a child’s room into a Japanese apartment in the middle of Zurich Oerlikon and use a smartphone to tell the story of an obsessed man and a mysterious young woman. The result is a Japanese fairy tale from the perspective of the two European filmmakers, as they carry “their” Japan in their hearts.
Directed by Michel Wild and Rob Schneider (Switzerland)

Eclosion

Ann, who has just turned 20, is ashamed of the way she looks, especially the freckles on her face. She dreams to one day feel beautiful, and go from caterpillar to butterfly.
Directed by Jenny Ni (Canada)

Dushchakra (Vicious Circle)

The film features a man named Shailesh who has come to Mumbai from a native village. He lives with his wife Manju leading a middle-class life in midst of economic crunch and immense difficulties.
Directed by Ashutosh Jha (India)

Give + Take

Caring is easy. Surviving is hard. A comedy of errors hits hard when a slacker becomes a caregiver to a crusty Scottish senior resulting in mishap and mayhem.
Directed by Armand Hamouth (Canada)

Bright Eyed In The Mornin’

Music video featuring the song “Bright Eyed In The Mornin'”, co-written by Irish American poet Merv Nickleman and Irish musician Brendan Phelan. The footage captures the background romantic story between Merv and Kate that was the inspiration for the song. It was shot in the location of Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland.
Directed by Maria Fiorentini (Ireland)

Life Depart

As a woman, wife and mother she struggles existential problem with herself and daily life she lives. Something is haunting her mind. To cope she apply her life to serve the text 1 Corinthians 13 is the thirteenth chapter of the First Epistle to the Corinthians in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. This chapter covers the subject of love. And year after year they never cease to lose what they have found and to find what they have lost.
Directed by Manuel Kamunen (Finland)