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Drama / USA / 17 min.
Fearing his autistic older brother will die in battle, Jesse
escapes into the wilderness with Ed in order to dodge the
Director: Joshua Amar
Producer: Ryan Scaringe
Writer: Matthew Pancer
Drama / Canada / 15 min.
Post merger Justine Jason is tasked with the
systematic resizing of the newly formed company,
but when she fires company veteran Mitchell Lamb
he does the unthinkable and the outcome pushes
her over a psychological tipping point.
Director: Morgan I.P. Fics
Producer: Morgan I.P. Fics, Jarret Wright
Writer: Jarret Wright
Foreign / USA / 14 min.
The story follows Hind (20), who at a young age, witnessed her father kill her mother and then went on to suffer years of abuse at the hands of her father.
Director: Dina Naji
Producer: Dina Naji, Kendra Mcdonald
Writer: Dina Naji
Cast: Afaf Bin Fan, Nour Bitar, Zain
Wide Awake in Bridgewater
Drama / USA / 16 min.
In 1968, young Michael Gates is enjoying a
beautiful day in the countryside with his
childhood sweetheart Monica Dupre. They stumble
upon what appears to be a military testing
facility and their worlds are rocked by tragedy.
50 years later, elderly Michael starts receiving
phone messages from his high school sweetheart,
and we discover what happened that fateful day.
Director: Erik Lee
Producer: Erik Lee
Writer: Erik Lee
Forget Me Not
Drama / Switzerland / 15 min.
Set in the 1970, the film centers on two little girls, who struggle with their mother's bipolar disease that constantly disrupts their lives and burdens them to grow up early.
Director: Florine Nuesch, Kim Nuesch
Producer: Malcolm Duncan
Writer: Florine Nuesch, Kim Nuesch
Drama / USA / 4 min.
A man inexplicably finds himself falling to earth
Director: David Masters
Producer: David Masters
Writer: David Masters
Drama / USA / 14 min.
When a stubborn old man and a fretful teenaged girl are forced to share a hospital room, an unexpected friendship forms over their hatred of fake cheerfulness and bad hospital food.
Director: Mauro Mueller
Producer: Björn Hering, Timon Birkhofer
Writer: Mauro Mueller, Jennie Allen
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