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Missing

Germany | Jun 2011 | 2:40
Director: Cristian Wiesenfeld
Vanishing cows and strange lights from the sky brake the silence of a tiny small village.
 
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Ohohooh

Sweden | Aug 2008 | 1:39
Director: Mathias Erixon
A wild werewolf hunt, an amphibious minivan and the edge of the world.
 

Homework

Czech Republic | Sep 2008 | 4:00
Director: Mitja Manček
Young boy has to draw a bear for his homework. He tries that on his computer but he is not satisfied with his drawings. He is nervous and he moves the...
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Twins

Italy | Aug 2009 | 1:30
Director: Peter Vadocz
Twins are the same, but sometimes they are totally different from each other.
 

The Projectionist

Australia | 2002 | 14:00
Director: Michael Bates
A projectionist leaves the old, empty cinema where he has worked for many years. He has just projected his last film. As he passes through darkened ci...
 
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Ivan

Mexico | Jun 2011 | 2:53
Directors: Marcos Villasenor, Carlotta Cardana
When singer Leika Mochan starts preparing a soup, the kitchen comes alive, setting the stage for adventure and romance between a Carrot and her suitor...
 
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The Reality Clock

United States | May 2011 | 7:11
Director: Amanda Tasse
Searching for his lost clock, a watchmaker loses himself in memory.
 
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Mobile Postcards

Italy | Aug 2008 | 3:40
Director: Peter Vadocz
A set of photos of summer holidays and travelling around.
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Hazor

Germany | Apr 2013 | 21:00
Director: Miro Mastropasqua
A young man trapped in a coma gets involved in a conspiracy by a girl manipulating his shadow to take her revenge and kill him.
 
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Do it Yourself

Belgium | Jun 2007 | 12:55
Director: Eric Ledune
“If you don’ t violate someone’s human rights some of the time, you probably aren’ t doing your job.” Washington Post - December 26, 2002
 
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