Chaplin Theater: Block 1.3 – Crimes (Saturday 22nd, 1.15pm-3pm)


A vicious riot rips through the secure wing of a British Prison. As the violence closes in, Joyce, an inmate with a target on his back makes one final call home to impart some wisdom to his young son, and in the process is forced to confront the choices that led him there before his ‘Time’ runs out.

Directed by Neil Linpow and Greg Francis (UK)


Nacho gets involved in organized crime, a cartel war is coming. Nacho must decide if he goes ahead or looks for a way out.

Directed by Jose Lopez Aramburo (Mexico)

USA premiere


In the Vietnam War, American soldier James Rodgers falls POW in the underground tunnels of the Viet Cong. While in captivity, Rodgers befriends his young Vietnamese guard, Tuyen.

Directed by Aren O’Kelso (USA)

Juicy Girl

Based on events surrounding the murders of several of the many Korean women committed by US Army personnel since the Korean War of the 1950’s.

Directed by MJ Kim (South Korea)

California premiere

Jane Doe

A pair of detectives pursue an elusive predator kidnapping women in the San Fernando Valley when they stumble across a victim uncertain she wants to be saved.

Directed by Brett Rickaby (USA)


Marc Orban spent three years in prison. When he gets back to his neighborhood there is no welcome committee; the old gang is gone. Vincent became a junkie, and no one has seen him in a while. Adam works for The Hungarian now. Nothing is the same. If he were someone else, Marc might wonder what place there is in the world for him now. But nothing bothers him anymore.

Directed by Alexandre Jallali (Belgium)

USA premiere