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  • Apart We Are Together
    Apart We Are Together
    Posted by : Matthew Farman
    A pandemic lockdown short embracing the limits of isolation to remind us that while the restrictions on travel and human connection have altered, the nature of human connection and sense of togetherness is as true and important as ever.
  • The Black Kite
    The Black Kite
    Posted by : I-Hui LEE
    Taiwan, 1960s, a time of political chaos and military surveillance. After a long disappearance, a father is finally reunited with his wife and daughter in their village. But the happy reunion soon gives way to the lingering trauma of political violence: the family watches helplessly as the man they love struggles with paranoia, angry outbursts, and fear they cannot understand. Despite her confusio...
  • Buzz, Buzz, Buzz
    Buzz, Buzz, Buzz
    Posted by : Howy Bratherton
    Dave's the kind of guy who enjoys nothing more than a cool beer after a hard day's graft in his quiet neighbourhood. This idyllic life is shattered by a noisy scooter's incessant motoring past his house. Driven to distraction, Dave is on a mission to restore the peace. His cunning plan appears to have paid off. Tempting fate Dave celebrates victory, alas his troubles may have just begun.
  • Mutiny!
    Posted by : Matthew Gratzner
    Mutiny! is a swashbuckling, action-adventure comedy featuring a progressive Captain dealing with a crew that's set in their old ways— all while confronting gender inequality and the lack of self-awareness of overt masculinity… but all seen through the eyes of 17th Century Pirates.
  • Hold Me Right
    Hold Me Right
    Posted by : Danijela Stajnfeld
    Hold Me Right follows both survivors and perpetrators through the harrowing journey of speaking up, healing, and moving forward. ​
  • Ruby Days
    Ruby Days
    Posted by : Noah Wong
    Red is a boy who lives in his own imaginary world and shares all his fantasies with his best friend Ruby. The treatments for his illusions eventually come to an end, and he has to say goodbye to all his fantasies.
  • Orville + Bob
    Orville + Bob
    Posted by : Kim Soleau
    ORVILLE + BOB is the story of two individuals from incredibly different backgrounds who came together after a serendipitous encounter in Manhattan in 1971. More than the story of their meeting, this is the story of how these men have stayed together for over 49 years now, despite the many cultural and societal mores that would otherwise divide them. ORVILLE + BOB doesn’t postulate a new theory a...
  • The New Abolitionists
    The New Abolitionists
    Posted by : Christina Zorich
    We follow four NGOs (non-governmental organizations) throughout Southeast Asia that are struggling to end sex trafficking and save as many children, girls and women as possible.
    Posted by : AMY CARLSON
    A grieving NYPD detective's attempt to connect with her deceased friend's family gives her unexpected insight into the mystery surrounding her death.
  • Walk With Me
    Walk With Me
    Posted by : Isabel del Rosal
    As she braves life after divorce, a young mother must challenge herself to take some personal risks after finding love in an unexpected place.