Red Sand: a Mass Effect
Directed by Caleb Evans
Produced by Paul
DeNigris, Samantha Hammond
Serving as a prequel to the MASS EFFECT game series,"Red Sand" is set 35 years
before the time of Commander Shepard and tells the story of the discovery of ancient ruins on Mars. Left behind by the mysterious
alien race known as the Protheans, the ruins are a treasure trove of advanced technology and the powerful Element Zero, an
energy source beyond humanity's wildest dreams.
Science Fiction, 14 mins, Arizona, USA
Directed by Takahisa Shiraishi
Produced by Takahisa Shiraishi
film Salome is an experimental film based on the theatre play "Salome" written by Oscar Wilde, The voice of John the Baptist
- who is imprisoned by Herod, the ruler of Judea - is echoing in the prison, predicting something terrible will be caused
by Salome, who is the daughter of Herodias, the wife of Herod. Salome is attracted by John and his voice. She tries kissing
him. However, John rejects Salome and accuses the improper relationship between her mother and Herod. On the terrace of the
palace, Herod asks Salome to dance for him and will give her whatever she wants for her reward. Salome dances and asks Herod
to get her the head of John.
Experimental, 5 mins, New York, USA
Directed by Ogodinife Okpue
Produced by Ogodinife Okpue
Cain's once bright future is now uncertain as he thinks he is now being controlled by his late twin's vengeful ghost.
His final hope is a meeting with a top psychiatrist that deals with the paranormal. A meeting changes their lives forever.
14 mins, United Kingdom
Directed by Saman Sarheng
Produced by Saman Sarheng
A man's life is determined by a question.
Thriller, 5 mins, Iraq
Directed by Mike Poirier
Produced by Mike Poirier
a man's wife is diagnosed with a life threatening illness, he makes a promise with a stranger to keep her alive. A promise
that could cost him his own sanity and arrested for murder.
Horror, 11 mins, Alberta, Canada
Directed by Paul Snider, Noel Villeneuve
Produced by Paul Snider
Imagine waking up battered and alone in a vast wasteland, not remembering what had happened or how you got there.
On your walk to safety, items for your survival present themselves when you need them the most, with haunting coincidence.
Is it fate? Destiny? Supernatural intervention? Coincidental luck? And - are you ever really alone?
Thriller, 23 mins,
British Columbia, Canada
Directed by Jesse Vogelaar
Produced by Richard Helder
Ena, a Japanese wife & mother remembers a time when she was passionate. As her marriage grows stagnant, the memory
of a past lover becomes incredibly appealing. During a family holiday in Australia, her fantasy becomes reality as she meets
this mysterious man. When everything else in thrown into jeopardy, she must finally make a decision and find closure, before
losing it all.
Drama, 12 mins, Queensland, Australia
Directed by Toby B. Styling
Produced by Toby B. Styling, Andrew
An education in organised crime.
Thriller, 11 mins, New South Wales, Australia
Wenn der Osten plötzlich
im Westen liegt
Directed by Ki Bun
Produced by Ki
The location of the deserted motor pool for the former eastern ministry in Berlin inspired the director
to raise the question, what happens to a human being whose society he grew up with, whose decade's work disappears overnight
- and suddenly makes his existence to be expandable? Finding that one of the most difficult tasks in life is to be anchored
in the "here and now" as people are torn between the longing look into the past and the fearful look into the future, the
filmmaker is mainly interested in the emotional level of a person. The non-linear examination in fragmentary atmospheric images
and sounds on three different screens are meant for the audience to create their own space of thoughts.
mins, Berlin, Germany
Directed by Don CAFF
Produced by Jon CAFF, Bon
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Drama, 24 mins, California, USA
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