2014 Films: B
Bach in Madrid (Spain, 92)
Directed by: José del Río
Written by: Julia Royo, José del Río
Cast: Simón Andueza, Elena Borderías, Nicanor Brasa, Emiliano Cano, Jose Antonio Carril
Between the years 2004 and 2012, the orchestra and choir of La Capilla Real de Madrid played in the churches of Madrid the integral of Johannes Sebastian Bach’s Cantatas and sacred works. Bach's music reached all districts of the city, from the most humble to the most touristic ones, in the form of free concerts.
Bang! (Spain, 0:06:00)
Directed by: Carlos Guil
Cast: Sergio Sanchez, Noe Blancafort, Leticia Guillen
George and his father play cowboys and indians. Meanwhile, the little kid will find something that completely change the game.
Bar (Germany, 8:14)
Directed by: Pascal Floerks
Written by: Pascal Floerks
Cast: Pascal Floerks
My grandpa's past was always very present. It would break through in something he'd say or do, but he'd never talk about it. Only now, by revisiting his life and personality as I knew him, do I feel the weight of his inheritance.
Be With Me (USA, 45)
Directed by: Michael Terrill
Written by: Michael Terrill
Cast: Lori Cairns, Mason Whitfill
A family unites to help their son recover from autism. It was 1996, and Lori and Jim Cairns could see their 2-year-old son JR slipping away. The diagnosis: mild to moderate autism and mental retardation. Doctors predicted that JR would be institutionalized by age 17.
Beuys frames (Italy, 22:45)
Directed by: Pierparide Tedeschi and Marco Ligabue
Destruction of nature, health emergencies, wars, terrorist attacks... Joseph Beuys foresaw our most evil afflictions and suggested possible solutions. 'Beuys frames' is a short film on the life, the work and the philosophy of Joseph Beuys, one of the most important figures of world art.
Beyond the Walls (USA and Argentina, 00:92:32)
Directed by: Gayle Embrey
Written by: Gayle Embrey, Zeke Eagan
All over the world, people from different cultures instinctively go to the walls, painting their stories as a way to give voice to their life experiences. In Beyond The Walls, we enter the murals for a personal view of lives affected by violence, poverty or conflict. Beyond The Walls brings to life the impact of traumatic events on those who survive.
Bingo (USA, 00:14:50)
Directed by: Sabarinath Nair
Written by: Sabarinath Nair
Cast: Divya Jacob, Elana Mugdan, Justin Varkey, atherine Vishneva, Kiran Chandrahasa, Robert Bella
A short film portraying ' the influence of today's materialistic world over true love and relationships'. The movie 'Bingo 'depicts the effective manipulation adapted by the new generation , cutting the edges smoothly and easing their way out to a totally new heaven.
Bir Müzisyenin Gözünden - BIZIM ADALAR (Turkey, 82)
Directed by: Nedim Hazar
Written by: Nedim Hazar
Cast: Eren Balkan, Hera Büyüktaşçciyan, Viktor and Nimet Albukrek, Hasan Kuruyazıcı, Hüseyin Eroğlu, Halim Bulutoğlu, Agni Küçüknşkolaidis, Nurgül and Erdinç Günbatı, Selçuk Erçaylap, Nikiforos Metaxas
My heart is for only for you and the islands. I will never give my heart away.
Bittersweet Monday (USA, 1 hr 28 min)
Directed by: Jaime Lee
Written by: Jaime Lee
Cast: Jaime Lee, Philipp C. Wolter, David Covington, Lauren LoGiudice, John Jude Schultz
An emotional goodbye between longtime best friends begins an unexpected love affair, putting two marriages and many friendships at stake.
Black Dog (USA, 16 mins)
Directed by: Romulo Alejandro
Written by: Romulo Alejandro
Cast: Hector Bucio Mercer Boffey Bella Dayne
Two friends search for the urban legend of Black Dog.
Black Raven (New Zealand, 5)
Directed by: Aleksander Sakowski
Written by: Aleksander Sakowski
Cast: Hannah Tasker-poland, Michael Morgan, Rowan Bettjeman
In a future suffering from decay, federation mercenaries seek to reclaim a device stolen by the Black Raven; a genetically engineered creature specialized for espionage.
Blind Date (USA, 4 Min)
Directed by: Jason Coates
Written by: Jason Coates
This is one in a series of animated comic shorts by independent illustrator and animator Jason Coates. In this episode, we are taken into Lamar Babcock's vividly neurotic imagination as he braces for a blind date.
Blood Trail (USA, 26 Min)
Directed by: Irina Prokhorenko
Written by: Irina Prokhorenko, Eric Davidson
Cast: Alexandra Turshen, Clayton Myers, Sam Repshas
Blood Trail is about Sam, a lonely bounty hunter who tries to bring back two sinful brothers to a camp. The brothers provoke Sam to question her violent actions and confront her past. In the dichotomy of good and evil, it is initially obvious where the brothers and Sam stands but along the journey there is an unexpected shift.
Bound By Blue ******Session cancelled*********. (Australia, 82)
Directed by: David Hawkins
Three lost and downward spiralling souls are proposed an offer by a being from another world; to take one final night to confront the city that has beaten them down, before escaping their lives forever.
Brandon Semenuk's Rad Company (Canada, Fiji, USA, 62)
Directed by: Aaron Whitley
Written by: Jeremy Grant
Cast: Brandon Semenuk, Brendon Fairclough, Cameron Zink, Ryan Howard, Steve Smith, Thomas Grenon, Yannick Granieri
RAD COMPANY will take the audience on a high performance visual ride around the globe. Stunning imagery, progressive action, a plethora of riding and filming styles as well as cutting edge after effects - the film will pick up where the iconic NWD franchise ended nearly five years ago.
Brunello Cucinelli: A New Philosophy of Clothes (Italy, USA, 00:38:00)
Directed by: David LaRocca
Written by: David LaRocca
Cast: David LaRocca,
What can a profit-driven, luxury, Italian fashion brand learn from the likes of Marcus Aurelius, St. Benedict, St. Francis, and Kant? Its founder, Brunello Cucinelli, thinks quite a lot, and has shaped his company with reference to the history of philosophy
Bullet Time (USA, 5)
Directed by: Justin Mejia
Written by: Niall Madden, Justin Mejia
Cast: Sebastian Marciano, Steve Williams, Bridget Fitzgerald, Darren Jones, Niall Madden, Telis Paliouras
An homage to retro NYC styles and plots, this music video was made with no budget and done for the song Bullet Time, by NYC based band Stereo Off.