An End to War Enough
by Simone Massi 5' Italy
A world without war is another utopia that we cannot wait any longer
Christopher at Sea
by Tom CJ Brown 15' France
After embarking as a passenger onboard a cargo ship returning to Europe he begins to question his sanity and the very understanding of his perception of time in this romantic psychological thriller at sea. After a brief encounter with one of the shipmates, James, Christopher settles into life on board the ship. His life quickly falls into a routine that shapes his day-to-day existence, mirroring the monotony of the ship’s passage through open waters.
by Zora Kovac 8' United States
After an agoraphobic scientist accidentally creates a baby-like plant creature, their connection threatens to upend his reclusive way of life.
The Garbage Man
by Laura Gonçalves 12' Portugal
On a hot August afternoon, the family gathered at the table remembers uncle Botão: the Colonial War, emigration to France, where he lived and worked thirty years as a garbage man. Memories of each are crossed to tell the story of a man who lived a hard life through humor and fantasy, like when he returned to Belmonte, in a van full of trash, turned into a real treasure.
Greek Week End, Cuckoo Clocks and Spring
by Eloïc Gimenez 2' France
"Greek Week-end, Cuckoo Clocks and Spring" questions the poetics of natural elements by featuring enigmatic expressions from different parts of the world. This short film is dedicated to some Greek expressions