2012 Films: A
A Way (France, 14 mins.)
Directed by: Julien Drach
Written by: Alain Teulié and Julien Drach
Alain Teulié, Camille Japy,
A man and woman enter their apartment returning from a trip. It's
night time. They have a strange feeling as if this return was hiding a
complete other reality.
Just like in a dream, they had imagined coming back home for a little
while, just to say good bye...
Achele (Sister) (United Kingdom, 17 mins.)
Directed by: Clara Kraft Isono
Written by: Clara Kraft Isono
In Ladakh a remote area of the Himalayas in northern India, two sisters struggle with the onset of separation. As the story unfolds we slowly discover a lost world where development and change threaten to tear the two sisters apart forever. Achele, which means Sister in Ladhaki, is a coming of age story set in some of the most breathtaking and desolate part of the world.
Album (Second Session) (USA, 10min)
Directed by: David Rimmer
Written by: David Rimmer
Charlie Baker, Darryl Sorrentino, Glynnis O'Connor, Hannah Dunne, Jim Fyfe, Mackenzie Lesser-Roy
An adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize finalist long-running play. How do the decisions you make at age 18 affect the rest of your life? In 1967, it meant a young runaway couple, faced with a choice: Canada or Vietnam. And now, in the present, their own daughter runs away, and they’re faced with another decision that will either bring them closer together or tear them apart.
America's Got Superpowers (USA, 7min)
Directed by: Jackie Gamber
Written by: Jackie Gamber
Amanda Mulvihill, Ammar L. Ammar, Anna M. Paulson, Chatt Graham, Christian Crooms, Courtney Brigance, David Polacheck, Deena Roth, Ellen Kiersten Gamber, Hubert Weldon, Jeffrey Farmer, Jessica Gaston, Joseph Wilson, Ken Mitten, Kim Chamberlin, Ron Gephart, Shelby F. Elwood, W. Brad Robinson, William Chioggi
Shy teenager Amanda Reach auditions on national television to become America's next superhero.
Apocrifo (Mexico, 17min)
Directed by: Ernesto Fundora Hernandez
Written by: Ernesto Fundora Hernandez
A story where the restive city of Mexico is offered as background characters to draw psychological and human postures typical of a big city. A story where morality, religion and reason are manipulated for selfish personal gain by individuals who change their destiny with crafty opportunism.