Reflect on our current times.
USA, 2019, 6 mins.
Dir. Alexia Oldini & Steven Gray
The eviction of a young woman of colour from her home reveals the callousness of a society built to exploit the precariousness of people like herself.
UK, 2019, 14 mins.
Dir. Ella Rose Howlett.
A young PTSD victim transitions back into empowerment, and a psychologist goes beyond conventional methods to help her.
USA, 2019, 26 mins.
Dir. Rami Kodeih.
As Nazis separate children from their parents in the Warsaw Ghetto, a gang of women risks everything to smuggle their friend’s baby to safety.
Romania, 2019, 17 mins.
Dir. Adrian Silisteanu.
Sporadic gunshots echo among the ruins of a village which, though abandoned, is an objective of great import for the Romanian government.
In Black and White
Germany, 2019, 16 mins.
Dir. Ares Ceylan.
The presenter of a political talk show tries to pin down a corrupt politician, but during the live interview she begins to doubt the credibility of the evidence her chief editor has given to her
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