Directed by Thiago Rodrigues Ever thought about organizing a road trip in Brazil? All the exotic locations, tropical beaches, fantastic sunsets... but also a glimpse into the country’s less happy places?
Directed by Al Kalyk ‘The Sirius’ is certainly an audio-visual marvel, but it also goes beyond simply being a good-looking film.
THE VISITING LAMENT
Directed by Sam Klickner ‘The Visiting Lament’ is a simple yet beautiful rendition of a death scene.
Directed by Narichika Oto ‘If we do one thing, we can’t do others’. ‘It’s all about lost possibilities’.
Directed by Daniel Michalos Have you ever wanted something impossible to achieve?
Directed by Calum Rhys ‘Our Father’ retains plenty of originality in a genre which makes it very difficult for fresh approaches to exist or flourish.
Directed by Josh Steinbauer The result is a true masterpiece - this is certainly one of the best entries in our festival’s recent history.
Directed by Susan Wood ‘Spectratta’ is an interesting project which resonates well with its musical accompaniment.
Directed by Seraj us Salikin ‘Taqseem’ is a very good film- both technically and artistically. Its tale is layered, with its narrow and broad perspectives blending harmoniously and offering a real treat as the end result.
MY LAST CONCERT
Directed by Selcuk Cara Its capability to transmit messages of such a beautiful simplicity, that stay with us for a long time after the film has ended, is one of the reasons why we still love cinema.
BEAT THE CITY
Directed by Claudinho Gomez Agoraphobia- the fear of open, public spaces. This is the theme of this 3 minute short- one that is captured very well.
Directed by Hodei Zambrano Have you ever tasted a meal or beverage so good, so exquisite that you closed your eyes and felt your senses blend, for one long second, into a perfect state of ecstasy?