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Synopsis: A collection of Short Films

Fugue (0:17:00)

Directed by Laura Neri

No two losses are alike, yet grief can create its own sort of kinship.

Genius (0:04:00)

Directed by Renee Rogoff

Genius is about a boy with autism and how he processes the world around him as someone on the spectrum

Going My Way (0:15:20)

Directed by Rob Margolies

Written by Michele Mortensen

When a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, receives devastating news about her health, she decides to live the remainder of her life on her own terms – possibly foregoing the wishes of her family.

In the Pink (0:13:00)

Directed by Katharine Stocker

Taking place all within a bathroom, “In The Pink” tells the story of Marie, a young woman in her 20s, who discovers she might be infertile. What unfolds is an episodic narrative of friendship, youth, and maintaining normalcy — as Marie questions her sense of self as a woman.

Journey to Justice (0:14:07)

Directed by Kelley Manley

After experiencing unthinkable sexual violence while trying to become the first woman to motorcycle offroad across the Americas, Vasilisa Komarova succeeds, against all odds, in getting justice. In doing so, she scores a victory for women worldwide, then she continues on her journey.

Marble Man (0:08:45)

Directed by Pearl Amanda Dickson

Marble Man is the story of a teenager who falls in love with a statue. Her love and delusion grow as she believes she can turn this statue back into a human being. After figuring out that she isn’t the Pygmalion of her story (able to turn a statue into a person by simply wishing), she takes a darker turn into the readings of myths of young Greek and Roman women like herself.


Directed by Gretl Claggett

All Bonnie Blue ever wanted was to chase tornadoes with her Dad. But dreams die with time. Now, she’s become a different kind of storm chaser — hawking storm-doors “door-to-door” for her charismatic boss, Flip Smyth: a cult-like father figure to Bonnie and his tribe of young sales bucks. In the guise of “tough love,” Flip relishes publicly shaming Bonnie and his token minority assistant, Don Stuckey, her sole ally.

After hours, Bonnie and Don find comfort in each other’s arms, inspiring Bonnie to rekindle her childhood dream and close her first deal. But when Flip pulls a bait-and-switch to avoid paying her commission, she finally challenges him, sending him into a rage as fierce as the funnel cloud that hovers on the horizon. As she realizes Flip’s doctrine of “Flip the Switch!” is just a way to exploit customers, a different kind of switch flips inside Bonnie — unleashing an inner and outer storm of violence.

The House of Lekeitio (0:18:39)

Directed by Jasone Urgoitia Urrutia

Two sisters that have not spoken to each other in a year inherit the family home. Mysteriously trapped inside, they have no other option than to resolve their problems and come to an agreement. English Subtitles.

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