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Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.


Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.



Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.

Upside Down

Director: Ajay Singh.
Upside Down is a metaphorical revelation about the ways and means of every day city life as seen through the eyes of a little village kid. Upside Down as a film asks for our attention towards the high paced, highly glamorous and at times unnecessarily excited ways we have started living our lives, which for a naïve village kid is nothing short of spectacle witnessed during rare occasions of carnival or circus. Making us ponder whether we have got it all wrong as in Upside Down.


Director: Stella Leonetti.
In a disheartened country, two filmmakers do not give up hope


Director: Stella Leonetti.

Valentine's Day

Director: Mir Abbas Khosravi Nejad.
The Father of one student has died. Schoolmaster wants to tell him about it, But he can't …


Director: Bartosz Kruhlik.
Housing estate. 35-year-old Iwona takes care of the house during her husband’s absence. She tries to make up with her son Michal and at night spends her time all alone. One day, Michal doesn’t come back home for the night. None of his friends now where he is. The husband doesn’t answer the phone.


Director: Anuradha Rana and Laurie Little.

Variations is a portrait of three artists set apart by their own definition of ability.  Dancer Kris Lenzo, musician Chris Foreman, and artist Riva Lehrer reveal the process behind their art as they talk about the influence of their lives on their practice. The film seeks to convey varied human experiences and promote the belief that disability is a natural part of human diversity and takes pride in its heritage and culture.


Kris Lenzo is a dancer with the Momenta Dance Company where he works closely with dancer Ginger Lane to teach a group of kids how to create beautifully choreographed dances. The group, EveryBody Can Dance, have a variety of abilities and create with their wheelchairs and ballet slippers amazing body sculptures that move and transform as they tell enlightening and funny stories about life.

Riva Lehrer is an artist, educator and activist. Her paintings and renderings have been exhibited internationally and her collection of portraits, Circle Stories, include overtly personal and political themes. Riva was born with Spina Bifida and wears big shoes that some goth kids on Belmont recently mistook as a trippy fashion statement. For Lehrer, the disabled body is intensely beautiful—memorable, unexpected, and lived in with great self-awareness. These are not bodies that are taken for granted or left unexplored. This beauty has often stayed unseen despite the constant, invasive public stare.

Chris Forman is a brilliant musician and the Hammond organist at the Green Mill in Chicago. He plays with the Deep Blue Organ Trio every Tuesday night from 9-1 AM, he does a solo show for the Friday Happy Hour and plays with Jazz vocalist, Kimberley Gordon every Sunday night. His fingers glide deftly over braille musical notation as he quickly memorizes the tablature to interpret his next phrase onto the keys of the piano in his classical piano class.


Director: Daniel Ronnstam.
This videowork experiments with facial size and color manipulation together with a collage of old footage showing Hitler and Charlie Chaplin. The work clarifies a serious environmental issue.