Acabo de Tener un Sueno (7:00)
Directed by: Javier Navarro Montero
Synopsis: Irene is eight and she has just had a horrible dream.
The Sonatina (8:00)
Directed by: Kate Balsley
Synopsis: While working a dead-end job at a thrift store, a young man rediscovers his passion for music.
Burn Out Love (21:00)
Directed by: Glaser Joachim
Synopsis: A young artist tries to adapt the scandalous play Reigen (Roundabout) as a film. The project increasingly becomes a self-experiment. The opportunities and freedom in love and art turn into a curse – everything seems possible and nothing is permanent.
Daffy Strut (8:11)
Directed by: Andrew Megow
Synopsis: When a large UFO craft shaped like a chess board begins to attack the people of Earth, it is up to The Daffy Strut, a rock band that also moonlights as a group of superheroes to save the day.
Dog Walk (3:00)
Directed by: Kristin Peterson
Synopsis: Two young girls start a dog walking business, with a hidden surprise.
Directed by: Jake Bertz
Synopsis: Imagine walking in the middle of the night to an odd situation that might be a figment of your imagination. The police are called in to see if they can provide assistance.
Synopsis: A short narrative that deals with homophobia on a football team.
En Kero Irinis (30:00)
Directed by: Nikos Vouteniotis
Synopsis: International banks allow the citizens of a country ten breaths a day to settle their debt to creditors. Nobody can understand why. Maybe through the eyes of a little girl, the eyes of imagination and poetry we can. How does a little girl, who grew up with the princes of fairy tales, visualize what is happening in her country?
Directed by: Robert Doerr
Synopsis: The story of a college student pulling an all-nighter. Told through still images and sound effects.
Directed by: Roman Khrushch
Synopsis: Based on the Russian classic Mikhail Lermontov novel ‘The Hero of Our Time’. All events shown as they are reflected in the mind of the dying hero as a series of irrevocable mistakes and interpreted anew: it is either reconsideration or repentance. Recollections make the main hero torment himself over his own past pretenses. He despairs over his perfect indifference to everything except himself. The final action of an intelligent and outstanding man is judging oneself without mercy.