2014 Films: W
Waiting for a Train (USA, 20 Min)
Directed by: Uladzimir Taukachou and Alex Vetrov
Written by: Uladzimir Taukachou
This emotionally gripping film is about two young adults who fall in love with each other. The couple struggles to deal with a health challenge. The story brings romance and laughter into your heart, it will make you cry, laugh, and think. Two people meet on the train station. Life is full of surprises. You never know, where you will meet your soulmate.
Wanda (Australia, 5:48)
Directed by: Carolyn Cuchene
Written by: Carolyn Duchene
Wanda is a lipstick who wants a baby, but doesn't know where they come from.
WANGKI- Il Silenzio delle Sirene (Italy, 51)
Directed by: Joana de Freitas Ginori & Matteo Vieille Rivara
Wangki is the river that separates Nicaragua from Honduras, one of the most borderlines of Central America. Here is where the indigenous Miskito people live. In what the protagonists tell us of their lives, whe hear of the environmental scourges of their land, their memories of the Sandinista guerrilla, their communal life, the figh for human rights and for the preservation of traditions.
WARSAW JANUARY 2011 (Canada, New Zealand, 10)
Directed by: Miriam Harris
Written by: Miriam Harris, Juliet Palmer
"Warsaw January 2011" explores issues of temporal and geographical dislocation simultaneity experienced three years ago when Harris visited a wintry Warsaw the childhood home of her Polish Jewish mother.
WE'LL BE COMING HOME (USA, 4)
Directed by: Emileigh Barrett
Written by: Michael Addison
Cast: Michael Addison, Christiana Luecas (The Last Stand)
Michael Addison's music video showcasing the undying love between two people in which even death can not keep them apart.
West End (USA, 87)
Directed by: Joe Basile
Written by: Joe Basile
Cast: Neal Bledsoe, Joe Nieves, Peter Onorati, Melissa Archer, Isabella Hofmann, Paul Calderon, Wayne Duvall, Lou Martini, Jr., Anthony Mangano, and Eric Roberts.
WEST END is HAMLET reimagined on the Jersey Shore.
Vic Trevi returns back to his home town after his father’s been murdered. Vic is an undercover FBI agent, home to find out who killed his father, positioned to betray the people he calls family. Vic needs to find out the truth about his family before his mobbed up family finds out about him.
Vic is caught in the struggle between doing what’s right or doing what’s best for family.
The clock ticks as Vic digs deeper, unearthing secrets about his father, mother, uncle, and friends that will change all their lives forever.
When the Dogs Bark (Brasil, 16 minutes)
Directed by: Rafael Farina
Written by: Tainá Muhringer, Rafael Farina
Cast: Vinicius de Oliveira Renan Blastè Nana Yazbek
A couple worries about the safety of their home. A motorcycle courier cuts between the streets of the city to make deliveries. Among security cameras, windows which are shut during traffic lights and a door that sleeps unlocked, this urban chronicle exposes what happens When the Dogs Bark.
When You Can't See The Film (USA, 30 min)
Directed by: Yijun He
Written by: Yijun He
Largely due to censorship, many films, especially documentaries and independent films, can't be released in China. But underground cinema clubs are making independent films accessible to Chinese audience despite all the risks.
White Rabbit - Feature (USA, 1:29:05)
Directed by: Tim McCann
Written by: Anthony Di Pietro
Cast: Britt Robertson, Nick Krause, Ryan Lee, Sam Trammell
Harlon has been tormented since childhood by visions of the white rabbit his father forced him to kill while hunting as a young boy. Now a bullied teenager, Harlon's undiagnosed mental illness is getting worse. He begins to hear voices and imagines the characters in his dark comic books are speaking to him. The rabbit along with other imaginary characters taunt him into committing one final act of revenge.
Directed by: Christina Yoon
Written by: Christina Yoon
Cast: Helene Macaulay, Nicky Zou, Zach Rand
Grace, a lonely 14-year-old Asian-American girl, discovers that a troubled classmate is murdering rabbits and forms a conflicted relationship with him - one that ultimately brings her to question who she is.
White Summer (USA, 13 Min)
Directed by: Qing Mei
Written by: Qing Mei
Cast: David Byrnes, Juliette James, Sorsha Morave
Anna had a freezing relationship between her and her father. One day she meet an old lady on the street, who performs a 'snow dance' to praise her husband to come back from Vietnam. They were getting more closer until Anna suddenly found the truth that her husband actually died about 40 years ago. Anna tried to help her to get over the pain and move forward but the old lady continues to reject her help. Meanwhile, the confliction between Anna and her father was getting worst....
Wild Woman (USA, 11 Min)
Directed by: Joy Shatz
Written by: Joy Shatz
Cast: Joy Shatz
The Wild Woman: Legend or reality? This quirky mockumentary takes you on a quest to solve a modern mystery. All roles are played by Joy Shatz, who is also the director, writer and producer.
Wilda (Spain, 5)
Directed by: Jose Araújo
Cast: Manuel Pombal, María Roja, Irene Araujo, Ana Gallego, Jose M. Fonseca, Araceli Dominguez, Xulia Infante, Cosmo Pérez, Rodrigo Justel, Brais Lorigados, Fuco Gómez, Alberto Larrañaga, Manuel Araújo, María Fernández, Álvaro Sanchez, Noa Soto
The latest music video from Cró!, "Wilda" shows the cries of desperate people. Disturbing, uncomfortable situations.