Turn Over

A poor homeless man knows there is a lot of food in an art gallery. He sneaks into the art gallery because he is hungry. He eats a lot of cake and then falls asleep in this warm gallery by accident. He lies flat on the floor. He is considered as a performance art by rich people.

Yellow Polka Dot

Sandra and Barbara are enjoying a day at the beach with their partners in 1962. The night before they all went out to a night club. The men bonded, as well as the women, albeit in very different fashions.
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An inspirational short film to create awareness and build self confidence.

Message to girls who feel out of place as though they don’t belong.


Stick hit the fan

During office hours it is mandatory to wear a face mask. But to eat her irresistible salty sticks, Nina needs to take off her mask, even if her colleagues resent that a lot…

Eli Nazik

Eli Nazik is a short film which was shot on smart phone. Eli Nazik is a delicious Turkish dish. It also means ‘gentle hand’. Saliha lives in a poor district, shoots food recipe videos with her daughter Derya and posts them on their social media channel called “Mother and Daughter

The Jackpot

Thanks to his best friend Eugenie the chicken, the reclusive Albert finds himself involved in a fateful game of chance that leads him to his true love. But is it really all just a coincidence?

Grandpa Ernest Speaks

In 1939, a young Jewish man named Ernest Lowy makes a bold and narrow escape from his native Czechoslovakia, seeking safety and opportunity for his family as World War II intensifies. In the late 1980s, an elderly Ernest recounts his life story over the course of a 75-minute cass


Synopsis: This short film examines how transhumanism and electronic recycling intersect, based on testimonies from workers and robots. Using the tools of science fiction and improvisation, the diptych reveals the links between our collective imaginations of the future(s) and the

Repeated Times

After the taxi driver Siyabend’s suicide, his friends take over the taxi. They take half of the income themselves and give the other half to Siyabend’s family. But there is a reverse cycle..


This documentary tells the story of Young, who met a group of gambling addicts during his study abroad, and later fell deeply into the temptation of gambling.

Teacher of Patience

Over 20 years after Emily Felter is diagnosed with Down syndrome, paramedic (and Emily’s father) Tom develops a presentation to share her story with other first responders. As the Felters work to raise disability awareness, they come face-to-face with the struggles and joys of th

The Virus Cross Country: a poetic chronicle (with codas)

In early March 2020, Jack started writing a poem about the pandemic, just as the lockdown started in the US. While practicing social distancing, we turned his poetic chronicle into a film as we travelled between our homes in Austin, TX, and Rockford, IL, and doom scrolled the COV

Home is where the scars are from

Andi is a “squatter“ – he is part of a group that occupies buildings in Vienna. He considers them as family. One night, out of a misery, his sister seeks refuge with her little son in the squat. The following days Andi has to act as an unconventional kindergartener for his nephew

Discarnate: McLuhan’s Wake

This experimental documentary film explores the unique personality and intellectual brilliance of Canadian media theorist Marshall McLuhan, including his uncanny predictions regarding the effects of communication technologies on culture and society.

The Girl From Gaza

For over a decade the ongoing conflict in Palestine has wrought havoc on Mariam’s life, who with her mother Bara’ah in Gaza is constantly ‘fighting for her future against Israeli occupation, bombs and patriarchal rules’ while feeling like life is spiralling out of control.


Don’t Text Your Ex

Surviving a global pandemic being queer, cute and still in love with your ex.

Terror Fervor

Informed by experimental films from the 1960s and 70s, Terror Fervor takes the viewer on a psychedelic non-linear journey through the vices of seven characters. The wordless journey of Terror Fervor plunges the viewer into an experience that is hard to classify and hard to forget

A Day in Arada

Arada is not only the old city centre of Addis Ababa. In the slang of the streets of Addis Ababa, being Arada means being smart and cool. Since the 1960s, sex workers, intellectuals and street hustlers engaged with ideas of “Arada” to describe themselves and make sense of their l


Alone in a strange flat, no one is watching. One woman takes advantage of the silence and the privacy to transgress societal boundaries we all take for granted – escalating further and the day wears on.

A conversation with E

When a girl playfully responds to a mysterious post-it note, she finds herself unable to escape the conversation she began…

Blue Eyes

Jenny is a train driver. One day during a routine journey a young woman jumps in front of her train, killing herself instantly. Jenny is traumatised. Everyone tells her it wasn’t her fault, and she must put it out of her mind. But she can’t erase the image of the woman. She had b


Adjusting to life without her father, struggling school girl Jessica finds herself a daily target, of friends Cassie and Jade.

Ukraine in Fire

A camera instead of a machine gun. This was the unshakable motto and rule of our hero — a volunteer, but the war came…


Synopsis: This short film follows a group of young people living in hiding, addressing issues such as surveillance, facial recognition and the right to privacy.

In 2020-2021, Kendra McLaughlin and Felipe Esparza worked on a workshop to produce a short film with two classes from


A comedic satire about pregnancy, ageism and medical practice–told by a pregnant, dancing, female filmmaker.


Misunderstanding causes the unwanted death of a girl named AY SAN. We see the story from three angles of mother, father and brother.


Love and misogynoir are in the air