Julien Bernard, Belgium
Love wanders amidst an industrial region that has fallen into oblivion. Jim and Cecilia are longing for somewhere else, a faraway land in Asia where flows the Mekong River.
Nadia Anebri, France
Maeline locked in a mutism, has to stay with Patrick her Stepfather to help him with the butchery.
Bertille Estramon, Belgium
Looking for her offender, Lucie tries to sooth her pain.
Thibaud Libermé, Belgium
Assia has been in Belgium for a year and a half. A young 15-year-old boxer, she dreams of becoming a world champion. For that, she trains every day, pushed by her coach Gaël who also wants to see her achieve her dream.
Not a Word
Elodie Wallace, France
Alice gets lost in the maze of a hospital, driven by the need to resolve her grievances with her former abuser, who is now dying. A race to finally put words to her pain…
Stavit Allweis, USA
A renegade band of females stages an execution of rapists and killers in a classroom.
I, Help Me
Borij Levski, Slovenia
MISS TARAKA finds herself in the middle of an interrogation of every crime she committed. Confused about where they got all of the evidence, she starts to think she leaked the information herself. Her bad, her diligent and her marvel side begin internal struggle about whether to confess and with that end the suffering now or fight with her demons till.
My Heart invents Memories
Luc Battiston, France
Across an oneiric journey, a woman remembers or invents her own memories with a man, object of her fantasies.
Therefore, Socrates is Mortal
Alexandre Isabelle, Canada
Facing the climate crisis, Louise, a philosophy teacher, turns words into action.
La Chamade (Blackbirds)
Emma Séméria, France
It’s almost time to go back to school and Camélia, 15, has a peculiar favor to ask Salah, her childhood best friend: she would like to practice french kissing before the end of the summer.
The Night I Left America
Laki Karavias, USA
While anxiously awaiting the results of his mothers visa renewal request, a teenage boy from Texas is confronted by buried memories he left behind in Uganda.
How Soon is Now
Ella Mosseri, Israel
A visual poem about a wishy washy relationship, the yearning to childhood and a choir of girls.