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Don vs Lightning
Directed by: Big Red Button
Don desires a quiet, rural life in the rural Scottish Highlands. Unfortunately, the Universe has more electrifying plans in store for him.
Directed by: Diana Cam Van Nguyen
A woman rediscovers letters her father wrote to her from prison. She then decides to write to him, putting on paper what couldn't be said.
Save the Bees
Directed by: Charlie Schwan
When a gruesome accident makes a messy break up even messier, a couple decides to set aside their differences in order to save themselves.
Directed by: Alvaro Carmona
A clinic offers bald men a full-proof way to restore hair...as long as you're okay with one controversial but related side effect.
Directed by: Emmanuel Tenenbaum
A London stockbroker with a bad track record makes the bet of his life when New York's World Trade Center is attacked on 9/11. Inspired by a true story.
Directed by: Rhian Williams
An Asian American woman's one night stand takes an unsexy turn when breakfast the morning after comes with a side of fetishism.
Directed by: Olivia Martin McGuire
A man's perilous swim from China to Hong Kong parallels his granddaughter's desire for freedom beyond a city once viewed as a refuge.
Directed by: Teppo Airaksinen
Winter, 1939 Finland. A 10-year-old girl is sent to fetch milk for her baby brother. There are hazards more dangerous than thin ice.
Directed by: Dania Bdair
A Beirut construction worker volunteers for the most dangerous job on the site. Away from everyone's eyes, a secret passion takes flight.
The Big Green
Directed by: Laurenzo Massoni
The owner of a logging camp suddenly finds herself stuck up a tree without a ladder and no signal on her mobile phone. The only way out is up.