01- Bare PropertyWife organizes an appointment with a real estate agent for the sale of their house.Watch
02 - EkstaseA montage of scenes from various silent films that explores the stereotype of women on the verge of insanity.Watch
03 - Lessons from JejuExploration of the rich history of the Haenyeo, a resilient group of free diving women on the Island of Jeju.Watch
04 - One Is The Loneliest NumberA 1970's period piece. A coming of age story in which a young girl smokes her first cigarette.Watch
05 - The Most Important Number is OneDoc of Ronald Abong whose mother was murdered by rebels in northern Uganda and his return after 12 years.Watch
06 - True BlueYoung farming family suffering through crippling drought must make decision that will alter their lives forever.Watch
07 - WolfA young woman loses the love of her life to schizophrenia and questions her own sanity amidst her grief.Watch
Synopsis: A collection of short films.
Bare property – (0:14:45)
Directed by Veronica Mengoli
Giorgio and Luisa are a couple of over 70s.
Unbeknownst to her husband, the woman organizes an appointment with a real estate agent
for the sale the bare property of the their house.
From that moment the balance of a lifetime between them will break.
Ekstase – (0:11:27)
Directed by Marion Kellmann
“Ekstase” is a montage of scenes from various European silent films. Based on similar settings and gestures it explores the stereotype of women on the verge of insanity. Reaching its peak in an eruption of hysteria the film displays the women as captives in a continuous cycle of symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
Lessons from Jeju – (0:13:13)
Directed by Nicole Gormley
Free diving legend Kimi Werner explores the rich history and culture of the Haenyeo, an iconic and resilient group of free diving women on the Island of Jeju. For centuries the Haenyeo have shattered norms in Korea as working mothers, and Kimi, now eight months pregnant, seeks a deeper understanding of what it means to be both a professional free diver and mother.
One Is The Loneliest Number – (0:04:55)
Directed by Augie Duke
Written by Fredrica Duke
A 1970s period piece. A coming of age story in which a young girl smokes her first cigarette.
The Most Important Number is One – (0:38:00)
Directed by Pauline A Greenlick , Leonard Lies
This documentary film is about Ronald Abong whose mother was murdered by the Joseph Kony rebels in northern Uganda. He returned back to his village after 12 years to pay respects to his mother’s grave, confront his past and meet his extended family.
True Blue – (0:17:25)
Directed by Bronwyn Bernardin
Lisa, her husband John, & their young son Tom are a young farming family suffering through a crippling drought. With their livelihood on the line, in order to save their family, they must make a decision that will alter their lives forever.
Wolf – (0:15:44)
Directed by Tessa VonderHaar
A young woman loses the love of her life to schizophrenia and questions her own sanity amidst her grief.
Pauline A Greenlick