Total running time: 100 minutes
In Person: Director Frederike Migom: Nkosi Coiffure (April 20)
My First Analyst
France, 2015, 10 minutes, narrative
At Ivan's first appointment with an analyst, he learns a lot about himself.
Join the Club
USA, 2015, 5 minutes, narrative
A writer's dilemma of whether or not to join a professional networking club unfolds during one therapy session.
Eva Vives interview
Ireland, 2015, 22 minutes, narrative
A man becomes maniacally obsessed with chasing off his teenage daughter's handsome new boyfriend, putting his familial bonds and his own sanity, to the test in this dark comedy based on the short story by acclaimed Irish author Kevin Barry.
Belgium, 2015, 15 minutes, narrative
In Brussels' Congolese neighborhood, Eva escapes into a hair salon from a fight with her boyfriend. The African women there initially support her, seeing a woman in distress. But opinions begin to differ.
USA, 2015, 13 minutes, narrative
Officer Arnaud loved his mom, and grief has many different kinds of expressions.
Short Film Grand Jury Prize, Sundance 2016
Australia, 2015, 15 minutes, animation
Imagine a world where a band of tiny musicians follow you and play a soundtrack for your life – communicating your emotions, fears and hopes. In this world lives elderly Vernon; a lonely man whose crippling shyness causes his orchestral musicians to perform terribly out of tune. When Vernon and his little band fall for their new next-door neighbor and her classical ensemble, they find themselves presented with perhaps their last chance at happiness - a chance to strike a chord and play in harmony. But first they must confront their stage fright.
Jordan, 2015, 9 minutes, documentary
For three months, a group of Syrian girls living in Jordan's Za'atari refugee camp participated in a media workshop to document their everyday lives. 17-year-old Khaldiya meditates on how the refugee camp has opened up new horizons and given her a sense of courage that she lacked at home in Dara'a, Syria.
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