Eating can be a pleasure, but it can also be a direct path to torture if you do not care about the quality of the food you eat. “Indigestion” is a surrealistic and comical short film about the effects that a poisoned food can cause in the mind.
Directed by Alberto Martín-Aragón (Spain)


A girl is dead. And she’s just the first. 
Julia is a pretty typical teen, except that a deadbeat drunk for a father and the murder of her best friend have made her fearless and brave beyond her years. When Julia and her friends secretly visit the abandoned “Tillie” mural at the old Palace Amusements, they seem to unsettle something. Then, as they spend the day at the local carnival, Julia’s friends start to go missing. Julia will have to get to the bottom of the disappearances, or – who knows? – she may be next. 
Directed by Olivia Anton (USA)

In Plain Sight

Christine disappears while jogging, causing a small town to wonder what happened to her. Struggling to free herself from a sexual predator, we discover just how close she is to home. Have you seen Christine Simmons?
Directed by Paul Foster (USA)

This is Fine

A meteor is hurtling towards Earth, and there’s nothing we can do to stop its imminent impact. For three ex-best friends, that might be the best thing that’s ever happened to them.
Director by Roth Rind (USA)

2nd Class

Charlotte is the new 2nd class teacher and when she is out with her friends she gets attacked by a nazi. After the hospital when she gets back to her school she discovers that one of her students is the son of that nazi.
Directed by Jimmy Olsson (Sweden)

Call Me

If you were to find a cell phone, what would you do with it? Would you make a call? Would anyone answer? Dr. Vince Williams (Arek Zasowski) found an old mysterious cell phone and called the only number on its contact list entitled “Call Me”. Is it a coincidence, fate or something else?
Directed by Arek Zasowski and Maegan Coker (UK)