Breaker (2017/Japan) by Philippe McKie
In tomorrow's Tokyo, the technologically-enhanced body of a young mercenary hacker is overrun by a sentient data weapon. Wanted, the parasitic A.I becomes her only ally as she is chased across the city by those seeking to salvage it.
Game (2019/Iran) by Ali Haddadi
A father with financial problems is forced to pay compensation for the damage caused by his son. He tries to get out of this situation by keeping his dignity.
Be my first (2017/Japan) by Philippe McKie
A young Japanese girl riding the train posts a message from her phone to an online thread: 'I'm a high-school student and I'm a virgin, does anyone want to pay to be my first? It has to be tonight'
Zeen? (Canada) by Calyx Passailaigue
Chad is a pretentious white Jamaican film director. With his ragtag Caribbean cast and crew, he aims to shoot a highbrow social drama called "Brothers in Babylon."
l'Albero / The Tree (2020/Italy) by Leonardo Tessarolo
The short film is a dreamlike take on the theme of one's growth. A boy lives at the foot of a majestic tree. The tree reveals its personality, desires and fears to the boy through what it dreams.
Christmas On The Moon (2019/Russia) by Lado Kvataniya
Mature vision on Christmas.
When We Were Strangers (2021/The Netherlands) by Ayla Spaans
When We Were Strangers is ab experimental love story that features the slow decay of love. It’s about a couple who falls in love during a house party and set off on an adventure. Each room in the house represent a different phase of their relationship and the situation gets more and more confusing.
Leningrad /// GOLD (2019/Russia) by Lado Kvataniya
In Leningrad a police interrogation room transforms into a series of vivid crime scenes, as a dangerous predator with a hunger for the finer things in life recounts her violent exploits.