A young woman is stuck in a parking spot because her engine is dead and her phone battery is dying on her as well.
“Post Office” shows a professional approach to the Art of filmmaking.
A glimpse into a future where First Person Shooters have become a new drug for those disillusioned with society. The films examines the consequences of this on the global society.
A Norwegian short about 4 independent tragic, but funny situations that happen on Norwegian Independence Day.
A dysfunctional family goes camping together. Normally they would have decided to go abroad, but this year is a ‘special’ year, and things are a little different.
A young gay man is trying to get his vision back, but this seems to be an impossible task. Meanwhile, he still tries to continue dating people via a mobile dating app.
After getting a tip from an anonymous woman online, Natalia must confront her boyfriend of seven years while things are further complicated by the long-distance relationship they’re having. Natalia must learn to share her struggles with her brother, Logan, who’s been distant during the quarantine, and Emma, her best friend
“A cocky student accidentally conjures young philosopher Aristotle into our present and seizes her chance to cheat through her exams”.
The main protagonist in this story is the youngest son named Yi Qi. His father (Mr. Zeng Yongrui ) died and now the family wants to know the exact last words of their father.
Set in London, the film follows Amir, a young Bangladeshi boy studying abroad. He lives with his elder brother while the rest of his family live back in Bangladesh. Amir leads a double life – His parents know of him as an innocent.
It feels modern, energetic and authentic. Additionally, each and every shot felt accurate and natural.
I really enjoyed watching “Cue Introspection” which is a five minutes long, or rather too short, profound artistic experience.