When Tina’s car breaks down in Coventry, she encounters a strange community of people celebrating their version of Trick or
The morning after a blind date that turned hook up.
Directed by Chad Meisenheimer (USA)
Marlow is the new kid in school and finds it hard to be recognized, especially with popular bullies around. As we all know, the only one way to beat a villain is to become a superhero!
Directed by Mohamad AlYamani (USA)
A young woman enters the narrow streets of an old town. There she meets a signpost with a headless crow on it and follows the direction arrow.
Directed by Pete Berger (Switzerland)
A mesmerizing journey through the reactment of 9 famous paintings featuring women.
Directed by Cassandre Émanuel (Canada)
A young man lives a dream where is trapped and looks for help by going to a psychoanalyst to investigate his mind. The dreams, however, are chosen by a doctor where the people often stop by.
Directed by Franco Lucchetti and Mauro Villani (Italy)
F1 and F2 are best friends. But things start deteriorating in the friendship when F2 starts getting distracted by his bright successful future waiting for him on the horizon. In the process, F1 goes through varied emotions as F2 moves further away from him and the friendship. A dangerous emotion takes control of F1 and he starts finding ways to bring this friendship back to equilibrium. To what extent will F1 go to make this happen? Will F2 ever be his dear friend again?
Directed by Kevin Shadrach (India)
The video follows its lead, Alex Manon, through moments in his life as a homeless teenager in Bed-Stuy (Brooklyn, NY). Manon, who makes his acting debut in the video, brings to life the video’s poignant subject matter.
Directed by Jamil Hannibal Wilson (USA)
“Death Mask” is an art-house, style music video to the music of Dowsabel’s “FLAWED LULLABY #2,” composed & performed by Chris Wells.
Directed by Josh Kaukl (USA)
A man is dead. Five women hated him. One killed him. Now, to hide the body…
Directed by Courtni Saizon (USA)
In an artist’s work there is always a high chance that people can see influences from other artists.However, sometimes it happens that some people’s work is a copy of another. This situation raises an ambiguous topic – where is the line drawn between acceptable and non-acceptable appropriation?