LOS ANGELES 1991
Runtime: 10 minutes
Directed by: Miguel de Olaso, Macgregor
Los Angeles, 1991. The streets have become a hotbed of racial tension and hate about to burst ... Today is an important day for Eladio: he is going to avenge the death of his older brother. Within minutes he will find out that he is not the only one who has reasons to kill someone.
Pitter Patter Goes My Heart
Runtime: 20 minutes
Directed by: Christoph Rainer
The hopelessly romantic Lisa takes desperate measures to win her former lover back. But the fact that he already has a new girl at his side and that Lisa needs to bring her alcoholic father to an anti-varicose-campaign photo shooting without letting him know, is not particularly helping. The tragedy takes its course.
Runtime: 6 minutes
Directed by: Joseph Grout
Endurable follows Unit 19, a robot, who comes online only to find himself broken and out of repair. We join him as he embarks on a journeys to be more than a broken robot.
Runtime: 4 minutes
Directed by: Joshua Kalinowski
A man has a spiritual encounter with his deceased wife and through this encounter he goes through the 5 stages of grief. In the end he can finally let her go until the next time they meet again.
Runtime: 13 minutes
Directed by: Usher Morgan
Prego is a short comedy film by Usher Morgan that tells the story of Emily (played by Katie Vincent), a young woman confronting a one-night stand (played by Taso Mikroulis) with the revelation that she's pregnant.
DON'T TELL MOM AND DAD
Runtime: 29 minutes
Directed by: Daniel Fieber & Cody Duvall
A story about sexual identity, self-love and acceptance.
Kyle has a secret and decides to face his friends and family with the truth
- But Don't Tell Mom and Dad.
REINVENTING THE REEL
Runtime: 20 minutes
Directed by: Michael Gorlick
"Reinventing the Reel" is a documentary short about contemporary independent film-makers' attempts to change the portrayal of LGBT characters in film. The film begins with a historical perspective of the big-studio Hollywood treatment of LGBT characters, and then shows how that portrayal has changed, and why is important that it continues to change.
Runtime: 17 minutes
Directed by: Vadim Lasca
Fabricio, a Chavista young man, is at home during the disturbance occurred in Venezuela on 2014. Alejandra, a former girlfriend who participates in the street rioting, is pursued by the National Guard, and arrives to the Fabricio’s house. They should deal again with their political differences.