United Arab Emirates film director Rodolfo Mora talks on his documentary “Kapadokya” shoot in Turkey. Awarded Best Drone Short and Best Web and New Media of September 2021.
A teenager who lives in his own organized, punctual, perfect world meets a girl who turns everything upside down.
Directed by Federica Cipolla (Italy)
“Pretty Little Bubbles” is a powerful and emotional short film about ex-soldier Terry coping with life after Afghanistan, whilst struggling to raise his West Ham supporting twin daughters. highlighting PTSD and disability.
Directed by James Garrett (UK)
An abstract aerial requiem from around the Globe.
Directed by Clay Folden (USA)
After realizing his girlfriend is a double agent, the protagonist Brian has been involved in a secret mission to help the covert team to fix the current circumstances. How to get through the tough situation and get her girlfriend back safely become the big problem he needs to solve. There is a big decision waiting for him to make.
Directed by Xingyu Li (USA)
An international student from Vietnam coming to America, struggling to find a voice for herself in a classroom that seems so quicky judgmental of her ethnicity.
Directed by An Phan (USA)
A child befriends a homeless guy outside his neighborhood corner store and without realizing it he brings things into perspective for the down and out gentleman.
Directed by Andrew Stennett (Australia)
A cat and mouse game ensues when a man faces his greatest enemy: a cigarette.
Directed by Russell Brown (USA)
“Tino” tells the story of a lifelong cattleman whose dedication to ranching surpasses the modern-day forces challenging his way of life. As Northern California experiences severe drought, expanding vineyards, and the declining price of beef, Tino adapts to changing conditions and continues to nurture the cattle, ranch, and woman he loves.
Directed by Robin Hauser (USA)
François, a young student, is arrested in the street by a stranger saying he needs medicine. François decides to give him a twenty-euro bill… but he is very far from suspecting the consequences of his gesture.
Directed by Guillaume Courty (France)
“Crypto Heads The Bitcoin Movie” is very real and very entertaining. The old saying “money is root for all evil” has never been better said. It’s a fast moving hard driving splash with gorgeous backdrops of Orange County’s coast, New York and Beverly Hills. “Crypto Heads” will turn many heads and that’s a promise.
Directed by Daniel J Gillin (USA)