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A Tax on Bunny Rabbits

Director: Nathaniel Akin.
A short film featuring the elegant simplicity of typewriter style text animation. Birds, Bunnies, Robots. A small solution to a large problem.

A Typical World

Director: Michihito Fujii.
Winter 2010; A man stabs and kills random strangers in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Kanda leaves the office early to visit the grave of his girlfriend who was killed in a similar crime 3 years ago to grieve, mourn, and ridicule the typical world he lives in.

A Zombie's Life: Dead Man Acting

Director: Nathan Hong.

A zombie attempts to prove his agent wrong when he's told he's too nice to make it in "the biz".

A Zombie's Life: Dead Man Acting

Director: Nathan Hong.

A zombie attempts to prove his agent wrong when he's told he's too nice to make it in "the biz."


Director: Dawn Westlake.

After Wilbur is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, his younger wife Alice must focus on her transition from dependent to caretaker. Lines become blurred when a handsome rockhound named Delfino encroaches on their desert oasis. His attentions reinforce Alice’s grip on her vitality, and motivate Wilbur to make one last grab for reality.

Abandoned Adopted Here

Director: LUCY SHEEN.

Identity, for the majority of people living in the UK, is something which is taken for granted.
We see ourselves reflected back as we gaze into the eyes of our parents. But what if as a child the images, the people that you saw around you didn’t look anything like you? What then? What if your parents weren’t actually your parents and the country that you grew up in wasn’t actually the country of your birth.
An independent documentary exploring the nature of identity, through the eyes of an adult transracial adoptee (Lucy Sheen). How being an adoptee affects and influences others like herself and what it means (if anything ) to be both Chinese and British -  if there is such a thing?


Director: Ane Siderman.

Abelardo is a documentary about José Antônio da Silva Ballestero who has been a projectionist for 53 years at cinemas on the west border of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. José Antônio learned how to do the work with his father, who encouraged him to work in the projection room since he was a boy. The film tells the journey of a humble man showing his simple passionate view of the cinema. The memories, the films and opinions are revealed through a very spontaneous and amusing language. Abelardo captivates people with his sincerity and friendliness. This is a nice story of the difficult job of a projectionist.

Abraham's Conflict

Director: J.R. Rodriguez.

Three lives come together for a story all to prevalent in today's society.  Langley Richards, an all star football player, Darcy Vinetti, a young woman not usually noticed and Jacob Abraham, a honest man practicing law in a small town.  When Langley is accused of rape, Jacob Abraham is chosen as his lawyer.  Over the course of his reseach, he notices that the victim's story hasn't been told.  concerned with the law being fair, Abraham seeks out Ms. Vinetti, only to find other sources are standing in the way.  He must side step the problems and an unlikely avenue is opened to him.


Absolutely Corkscrew

Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.

 (Absolument tire-bouchon)