2017 Films: E
Eight of Spades (United States | 2016, 18 min)
Directed by: Melisande Bliss
An aspiring actress encounters a mysterious Shakespeare- quoting stranger and finds herself drawn into his bizarre world...
Embracing Hiroshima (United States | 2016, 42 min)
Directed by: Einy Åm Sparks
Driven by a wish to understand the human will to heal and rebuild in the midst of tragedy, EMBRACING HIROSHIMA merges dance, contemporary and traditional music, concert performance and animation film to honor the enormous peacekeeping efforts in the wake of the atom bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Empty Nesters (United States | 2016, 10 min)
Directed by: Jacqueline Dow
Jerry, a therapist, and his husband David have trouble coping with the fact that their son, Zack, is off to college.
Entropic (United States | 2016, 12 min)
Directed by: Sebastian Savino
Universes collide when a scientist seeking to uncover the meaning of life accidentally disrupts the robbery of a small town grocery store from another world.
Escape (Romania | 2016, 17 min)
Directed by: Millo Simulov
Under the promise of a next-generation Escape Room, 7 young people are lured into the middle of a Reality Show where traps are very real and they must find solutions against the clock. Everything is filmed by one of them, delighting the audience who is thirsty for adrenaline.
Escaping Agra (United States | 2016, 23 min)
Directed by: Pallavi Somusetty
After being held against their will in India when their gender and sexual orientation is discovered, Naveen Bhat battles their parents in court and pieces their life back together. Please note: Naveen, whose gender is non-binary, uses they/them pronouns.
Exile Incessant (United Kingdom | 2016, 23 minutes)
Directed by: James Reynolds
Two young South Africans in Exile define the wishes of their families to fight for the promise of their revolution.
EXPECTATIONS (United States | 2016, 3 min)
Directed by: Andy Yanez
A short on gender presentation, as an individual unfamiliar with the notions of femininity and masculinity explores attire labeled for boys and girls.
Extra School (United States | 2015, 12 min)
Directed by: Cary Anderson
A failed actor teaches aspiring actors how to be 'background artistes' and faces his arch rival.