2016 Films: T
Taichi Mice: Entrance Exam (United States | 2014, 7 min)
Directed by: Boqing Tang
Three little mice struggle to get through the entrance exam of a Taoism martial art school.
Take the High Line (United States | 2015 , 5 min)
Directed by: Peter Meng
The viewer is taken for a surreal ride on the High Line in Manhattan. It loosely incorporates elements of Alice in Wonderland, beginning with chasing a rabbit and ending with Alice transforming into a born again flower child.
Tarot-Reading (Germany | 2015 , 6 min)
Directed by: Aneta Panek
A walk of a little girl through a creaky corridor in an old apartment, opening different doors and encountering strange characters and scenes behind each door.
That Called Love (Eso Que Llaman Amor) (Argentina | 2015, 97 min)
The Art of Gesture (France | 2015 , 16 min)
Directed by: Radkine Ivan
Written by: Radkine Ivan
Cast: stephane debac, jean yves, philippe rigot
In a disused chapel, a man is being tortured in a strange way.
The Bench Project: Heavy Metal (United States | 2015, 10 min)
Directed by: J.X. Carrera
Written by: J.X. Carrera
Cast: Leon Morgan and Evan Johnson, Produced by Steven Bidwell
Interrupted during his workout, an emotional bodybuilder launches a vicious tirade against his lover. Words are exchanged and egos hurt as the fear of taking the next step together seizes the couple.
The Brainwashing of My Dad (United States | 2015, 90 min)
Directed by: Jen Senko
A filmmaker examines the rise of right-wing media through the lens of her father, whose immersion in it radicalized him and rocked the foundation of their family.
The Dynamic Double Standard (United States | 2015, 5 min)
Zoey, a twenty something woman with superhuman strength, is startled when world famous crime fighter Midnight Hawk (MH) emerges from the shadows and asks her to be his sidekick. Zoey immediately agrees but her first night as a superhero is nearly ruined when MH assigns her a sexy and impractical uniform.
The Empty Street (United States | 2015 , 10 min )
Directed by: Snorri Sturluson
Written by: Kohl Sudduth
Cast: Kohl Sudduth, Babs Olusanmokun, Meredith Howard Producers: Snorri Sturluson, Kohl Sudduth, Dave Shelley
One fateful day Aden wakes up not knowing if his relationship with Maddie is still alive. In the end bigger questions surface in this drama about love and loss.
The Farewell (Spain | 2013, 6 min)
Cast: Producer Kenneth Maclean
This is a live video recording of nine Original light classical songs recorded in Spain by the Vitoria Gasteiz Orchestra.
The Fire Ceremony II: Metamorphosis (Canada | 2015, 8 min)
Directed by: Lisa MacLean
The Fire Ceremony II: Metamorphosis represents an unfolding metamorphosis of elements that are transmuted through fire and water, from ancient ruins to an unknown future.
The Friend (L'amico ) (Italy | 2015 , 62 min)
Two elderly ex homeless friends decide to stage "Waiting for Godot" to become rich. They start looking for the actors and stage props, they find a theatre where they can rehearse and they start rehearsing. They won't succeed in their enterprise because of an accident. The film is set in Venice, Italy.
The Ghost in Your Library (United States | 2015, 102 min)
Directed by: Thom Woodley, Julie Ann Emery
Written by: Thom Woodley
Cast: Thom Woodley, Vanessa Reseland
Albert (Thom Woodley) and Lisa (Vanessa Reseland) are two old friends from high school drama club. He lives in New York and writes video games, while Lisa has found herself in an entirely different reality. A chance meeting in Times Square leads them to spending a few hours of the afternoon together before she heads back to her real life. But during their walk downtown towards her car, both take the opportunity to reveal long-pent-up secrets they've hidden from the other. By the time they reach the end of Manhattan, neither of their lives will be the same.
The Inventor of the Wheel (United States | 2015, 2 min)
Directed by: Jorja Hudson
Ricky Wheeler worries he'll never think of any new inventions after his one hit wonder, the wheel itself.
The Leaf (La Hoja) (Spain, 7 min)
Directed by: Alex Barrera
The leaf is essentially a small part of a whole, like human existence in the cosmos.