Odessa Crash Test (Notes on Film 09). 2014. Austria. Directed by Norbert Pfaffenbichler. 6 min.
An iconic moment from Battleship Potemkin, remixed and reimagined. DCP. U.S. premiere
We Will Stay in Touch About It. 2015. Germany. Directed by Jan Zabeil. 8 min.
After the shock of impact, reality suddenly seems out of reach. DCP. World premiere
Discipline. 2014. Switzerland. Directed by Christophe M. Saber. In French, German, Arabic, and Italian; English subtitles. 11 min.
In this biting comedy of manners, it really does take a village. DCP.
I Remember Nothing. 2015. USA. Directed by Zia Anger. 18 min.
A student, unaware that she is epileptic, tries to get through another day. The film is structured in five sections, after the phases of a seizure. DCP. World premiere
Heartless. 2014. Tião. Directed by Nara Normande. In Portuguese; English subtitles. 25 min.
These sun-kissed fragments of a coming-of-age tale follow a boy who, while on vacation at a fishing village, finds himself entangled with an enigmatically nicknamed local girl. DCP. U.S. premiere
The Chicken. 2014. Germany/Croatia. Directed by Una Gunjak. In Bosnian; English subtitles. 15 min.
Six-year-old Selma is forced to confront the realities of life during wartime after she decides to let go of her birthday present. DCP.
Icarus. 2014. USA. Directed by Nicholas Elliott. 16 min.
Desire and emotion pervade this enigmatic hangout film, in which a procession of mystery men emerge ex nihilo and seek shelter in a young woman’s cabin. DCP. World premiere