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A Cup of Tea

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A Devil Of My Own Making

Director: Kambombo Kalambay.
a young woman comes home from a long day's work to suspicious activities in her apartment. she is determined to get to the bottom of it.

A Diamond Forms Under Pressure

Director: Ocusonic.
A Diamond Forms Under Pressure, is an anomaly existing somewhere between experimental film and music video, computer animation/ programming, science and art. An improvised electronic soundtrack drives proprietary software, which analyses the frequency content of the audio and generates a cogent synchronous image in real-time. Frequencies push and pull against each other stabilising or agitating the central image.

A dream for U.M

Director: Dorian Cazals-Roche.

François Lachaud, author, who lives in Provence since his birth, wanted to allegorize a political and poetical meeting between another « North-South » and to paint a dream… The one that could have made in his last « alive sleep » Ulrike Meinhof, co-founder of the Red Fraction Army (also known as “Baader Band“), just before being suicided on the 8th May 1976, anniversary of the capitulation of Nazi Germany > The rythm of the film (and of the dream) is cadenced by the «verses» of an Ulrike Meinhof’s letter, written between 16th June 1972 and 3rd January 1974 in a sensory deprivation cell of the dead Wing of the Stammheim’ jail (Stuttgart). > The Provence, shooted here deeply naked, becomes then the perfect reverse shot of all the oppressive and incarcerating political systems and a roaming land, open to all winds, flows, mixings ; a place blessed by poets and soul anarchists, seen in the film, as the ultimate resort of the imagination before the void.

A Fish Called Martha or: Who's Really Afraid of H. P. Lovecraft Anyway?

Director: Debora Roventini.
It's out of the frying pan and into George and Martha's rumpus room for a night of supernatural mambo jumbo when young H.P. and his slim-hipped wife, fleeing a monster of cosmic proportions, seek refuge on the campus of the infamous Miskatonic University in this outrageous parody of things Lovecraft and Hollywood.

A Fitting Tribute

Director: Daniel Cormack.
Black comedy. Hardened-pro news reporter Tammy initiates the novice reporter Niall into the art of the 'death-knock' - knocking on the doors of the recently bereaved to get a news story.
Niall's lack of success has put his job under threat and Tammy has been detailed to improve his hit rate. When Niall death-knocks Mrs Wright he finds not the grieving, hostile mother he expected but a warm welcome, good food and a comfortable bed, but what's really going on and what are Mrs Wright's true motives?

A Girl

Director: Jason Chang.
'A Girl' who stood up for human rights to an education. Inspired by True Events of Malala Yousafzai, Nobel Peace Prize, 2014. 
On the morning of Tuesday, 9 October 2012, Malala boarded her school bus in the northwest Pakistani district of Swat. A gunman asked for Malala by name, then pointed a Colt 45 at her &...
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A Girl From Beacon Ridge

Director: Kirk Demorest.

Phoebe and Blaze, two middle school best friends, suddenly find their lives upside down when Phoebe's homophobic parents decide the girls shouldn't play together any longer.

A Halter for Orsini

Director: Flora Kung.
A teenager and her younger brother emerge on a country road in a wintry morning. Why are they dressed only in pajamas and why is the girl clutching an old halter in her hand and what secret is she hiding from her brother?

A LIFE WITHIN - Written & Directed by Giovanni Tartaglia

Director: Giovanni Tartaglia.
A man’s life and family is tormented by strange visions and encounters, eventually leading to the shocking truth behind the mystery of what his life may really be.