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"Greetings, from the Planet Krog!" is a science fiction epic set on another world, created by reimagining everyday objects and existing landscapes. The film follows a young mother who is abducted by e...

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Greetings, From The Planet Krog!

Director(s): Yani Gellman

A presentation based on attraction of Grillz which characters are shown adapting to the powers the piece comes with and what they portray them as in their reality.

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Grillz & Mirrors

Director(s): Michael U. Olowu

A police officer's attempt to help a stranger in a public bathroom takes a turn for the worst resulting in a disturbing inexplicable memory he'll never ever be able to shake.

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Gun Shy

Director(s): Sam Goetz

A recently released criminal is looking for a good time. He can forget his sins but he can never forget...Gwilliam.

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Director(s): Brian Lonano

First-time performers round out the cast of this stunning metaphysical drama, set against the sugarcane fields of Florida. Tempted into stealing a backpack full of rabbits, a young man living on the m...

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Director(s): Kevin Contento

This stirring documentary explores the failures of the U.S. health system through the lens of four women with disabilities.

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How Much Am I Worth?

Director(s): Rachel Handler,Catriona Rubenis-Stevens

Human Helper is a sci-fi comedy short about a doctor's mission to make artificially intelligent human-like helpers not ableist.

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Human Helper

Director(s): Shaina Ghuraya

Fiona lives on the coastal islands surrounding a small city on the north-western coast of Norway, where she takes care of her intellectually disabled brother Tom. Over a few life-changing summer month...

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Hurry Slowly

Director(s): Anders Emblem

Known as the Slam Collective, seven Slamdance filmmakers from different continents come together to make "I Want to be an American," Slamdance's first documentary feature. In the spirit of the surrea...

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I Want To Be An American

Director(s): Slam Collective

Determined to become the most inspirational disabled person ever, Madeleine Stewart embarks on a journey to become a Paralympian.

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Inspire Me

Director(s): Sophie Saville

"The Vast of Night" had its World Premiere at Slamdance Film Festival in 2019. At the festival, it won raucous acclaim from critics while also winning the Slamdance Audience Award, and eventually sign...

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Interview with ‘Vast of Night’ Director Andrew Patterson...

Two ex-lovers meet at a rarely-used Aspen lodge to reignite their passions, but first they must confess their past sins.

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It's Been Too Long

Director(s): Amber Schaefer

Two sleazy tourists have the night of their lives at a Karaoke bar in the Azores after meeting an alluring young singer.

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Karaoke Night

Director(s): Francisco Lacerda

Ask any accomplished writer and you'll hear a unique story on how they made it. There's no map to finding success but there are two factors that will help you along the way: chance and perseverance. W...

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Life As a Screenwriter - A Survival Guide

A 7-foot-tall fundamentalist Baptist minister, Markie Wenzel made the decision at age 46 to come out as a transgender woman and start living as female. It was a decision that ended her 20-year marriag...

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Markie in Milwaukee

Director(s): Matt Kliegman

In June of 1969, the fourth Memphis Country Blues Festival took place at the city’s famed Overton Park Band Shell. Fueled by the rediscovery of blues artists like Furry Lewis and Mississippi Fred Mc...

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Memphis '69: The 1969 Memphis Country Blues Festival

Director(s): Joe LaMattina

West Berlin, 1989. Manny Jumpcannon prowls his dingy apartment, phoning various degenerates from his past. He's hoping for some uncertain vindication but the ensuing conversations only reveal his own ...

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Midnight Confession

Director(s): Maxwell McCabe-Lokos

"It's hot in a ramshackle attic, full-blown fans stir the atmosphere generated by the ""exercises"" of a weird tenant who manipulates objects. He twists cardboard, builds object castles, admires them,...

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Mudanza Contemporánea

Director(s): Teo Guillem

Donna has recently been convicted of “Driving While Impaired” and is ordered to perform community service at the local animal shelter. When an elderly dog is scheduled to be euthanized, Donna deci...

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Director(s): Heather Young

First presented in 2023. A discussion with our opening and closing night filmmakers Moby, and OFF! members Dimitri Coats (Burning Brides) and Keith Morris (Black Flag & Circle Jerks), covering the hi...

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Musicians as Filmmakers, The Paths to Our Opening and Closin...

In a split-second between life and death, teenager Myeisha Jackson crosses over into a hip-hop musical dreamscape and witnesses her life, what it was and what might have been.

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My Name is Myeisha

Director(s): Gus Krieger

92 year old Ruth Young, clad in newspaper shin guards and a paisley headscarf, begins to contemplate her inevitable death, but she has no intention of slowing down. Accompanied by her jolly 53 year ol...

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Old Young

Director(s): Emma Baiada

One Nation Under is an investigation into what it means to be an American, questioning idyllic notions of freedom and power by observing the structures around us and hearing from the people overshadow...

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One Nation Under

Director(s): Justin McHugh

Onikuma is Japanese yokai, a demon bear known for chasing horses. Through a combination of live action and animation, this hybrid short film follows the journey of two women as they wander through the...

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Director(s): Alessia Cecchet

A child must create a world where chaos and dread turn to order and awe.

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Director(s): Aaron Poole

A boy playing in his backyard begins to exhibit signs of a disturbing physical ability. His parents invite the neighbors over to enact a peculiar rite-of-passage ceremony that will assimilate the boy ...

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Our Boy

Director(s): Kyle Sims

In an advanced society that worships a musical chord, a maintenance worker who tunes sonic shrines is thwarted by teen vandals.

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Out of Tune

Director(s): Aaron With

Emanuelle is training on her stationary bike but she can't get her mind off the image of Laura. The more she pedals, the more her memories turn to desire.

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Paupière Mauve | IRIS

Director(s): Gabrielle Demers

An overweight teen is bullied by a clique of cool girls poolside while holidaying in her village. The long walk home will change the rest of her life.

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Director(s): Carlota Pereda

A postmodern swiss-tyrolean ensemble ventures into remote mountaineous regions, embracing the sonorous variety of local vernaculars. A poetic road movie with stunning shots and an emphatic approach to...

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Piz Regolith

Director(s): Yannick Mosimann

A stop-motion animated Sportrait of Jack Johnson, the first Black heavyweight champion of the world, depicting three pivotal days of his life.

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Director(s): Lyndon J Barrois

When punk rock exploded in D.C. in the late 1970s, it was a mighty convergence of powerful music, inter-generational friendships, and clear minds. Punk the Capital captures that transformative period,...

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Punk The Capital

Director(s): James June Schneider,Paul Bishow

Ready for Love covers a decade of a woman's life, as told only through her own video submissions to be a contestant on The Bachelor.

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Ready For Love

Director(s): Lauren McCune, Dylan Pasture

An experimental take on artist Paul Kaiser’s struggle with PTSD after serving overseas and being detained in Iraq. His current mission is to reconnect with his estranged daughters. The film serves a...

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Director(s): John Charter

First presented in 2023. In an industry that glamorizes overwork, being busy is a badge of honor and many of us feel compelled to push our bodies to the edge and continue to keep saying “yes” to ...

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Rest As Resistance

Grand Jury Prize for Animation Short Digging deep into the similarities and differences between the utopian world described in the ancient Chinese fable, Peach Blossom Spring, and the modern landscap...

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Return to the Peach Blossom Wonderland

Director(s): Haomin Peng,Yue Huang,Yuchao Luo

Using love letters tucked in bootleg DVD menus, a gay Iranian recounts his first relationship and its end.

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Rumi and His Roses

Director(s): Navid Sinaki

A documentary portrait of a man, with ascetic origins, who has been radically transformed by city life.

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Sadhu in Bombay

Director(s): Kabir Mehta

Santa Ana elucidates the mysterious link between evil and the infamous Santa Ana Winds. The ""Red Wind"" originates inland and blows through the coastal Southern California. Legend has it that these e...

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Santa Ana

Director(s): César Pesquera

A cinematic experience of the New York subways, featuring the commuters, panhandlers, and performers passing through.

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Subway Stops

Director(s): Joe Zakko