The Spring 2018 screening schedule:
Speech, Julian Shaw, (4m, United Kingdom)
Long Ride, Shao Wen Liang, (13m, USA)
Reservation, Wiktor Bojanowski, (15m, Poland)
Panic Attack, Eileen O'Meara, (3m, USA)
Because of a Little Apple, Ksenia Roganova, (14m, Russia)
Forearm Crutch, Yasin Öztürk, (10m, Turkey)
Cafe Midnight, Stacy Venkova, (8m, Russia)
Choice, Alexey Protsenko, (4m, Russia)
Sweet Daisy, Dan Rutkowski, (7m, USA)
Wire, Berkay Hasbay, (15m, Turkey)
A Collection of Animated Gifs, Wendy Cong Zhao, (1m, USA)
In the Suburbs, Hannah Silverman, (12m, USA)
Freedom, Ayaka Furukawa, (3m, USA)
The Summer 2017 screening schedule:
Circuit Sizzle, Marc Noworyta, (3m, USA)
Robot friends go on a playful adventure day until the batteries run out.
Dark Matter(s), Jesseca Ynez Simmons, (5m, USA)
The experimental and meditative imagining DARK MATTER(S) attempts to capture the activities of a fish tank in a way that takes the inhabitants out of their enclosed world to a place unknown, to feel both their death and their life.
Decorosa, Enrique Buleo, (13m, Spain)
Decorosa keeps a skeleton costume in her bedroom closet, between the nightgowns. That's what love is about / Decorosa
Time, Mahdi Mousavi Azad, (2m, Iran)
One tree makes millions of matches, but when the time comes, only one match would be enough to burn millions of trees. Time is more powerful than you.
All Appliance, Chuka Umunna, (13m, USA)
Roy and Jack Vanasco are two brothers who enlisted and fought during World War Two. Upon their return to their native Brooklyn, they opened an appliance repair store--All Appliance Refrigerator Company. At the end of 2016, they close their doors after sixty-one years.
The Ruins, Ric Sechrest, (10m, USA)
THE RUINS is a horror story about a woman who is cursed by circumstance and her tragic past. Inspired by real-life ruins, isolated and haunted by fire.
Thorn Bird, Jonathan Stutzman, (9m, USA)
THORNBIRD is an award-winning experimental fairy-tale about a young girl who is transported into a dream world after finding a magic mask.
The 5 Boros, Victor Chu, (5m, USA)
The 5 Boros is a comprehensive aerial tribute film to New York City. People usually think of Manhattan and Brooklyn when they think of NYC, but the 5 Boros show the other facets of NYC that most people in this world don’t know about.
Shrine v2.4.5, Semiosphera, (3m, Italy)
A singularity is taking place. Chaotic. Unpredictable. Vital.
The 3rd Try, Alfonso M. Rodriguez, (5m, USA)
An emotionally unstable lesbian couple tries to find solace after experiencing a traumatic loss.
Dancer In The Pocket, XU YING, (13m, Korea)
Maybe the reality is colder than the dream. But we'll never forget the dream brings us warmth. Keep hoping, dreaming, believing.
I've Been Thinking, Josue Advincola, (5m, USA)
Have you ever wondered what life would be like in a computer? A young man and his dog, T-Bone, encounter something out of the ordinary. Together they find out that the internet is no playground.
By My Side, Zanyar Muhamadineko, (6m, Iran)
A different coffee shop…
H5N9, Simon Geisker, (6m, USA)
Set in the near future, an intellectual but paranoid survivalist holed up in an underground bunker has to wait out a massive influenza outbreak in NYC.
The Bus Trip, Sarah Gampel, (14m, Sweden)
An animated travel diary from Israel and Palestine.
Lives of Liberty, Gavin Hecker, (6m, USA)
New York City is not only home to the highly symbolic 151 foot copper Statue of Liberty, but also home to the many immigrants who make a living donning the robe of Liberty on a daily basis to pose for photos with tourists.