Interesting stories can be found anywhere you look in this session of narrative short films. Star-crossed lovers, demon bears, delayed flights, and more await you. Films include: Classico Director: Eli Korn Runtime: 18 minutes, 47 seconds A complex relationship between two brothers, David and Kobi, traveling to Barcelona for the El Classico match, is revealed due to an unexpected delay. A forced journey around the airport will lead them to shocking revelations and fateful decisions. Audition Director: Richard Van Runtime: 14 minutes, 23 seconds Unable to find a sitter, an aspiring actress has no choice but to drag her three-year-old son to her audition. TO WENDY WHO KICKED ME WHEN I SAID I LOVE YOU Director: Dan Castella Runtime: 10 minutes When not cleaning bedrooms in a mid-range airport hotel Wendy watches planes. When he’s not duty-managing a mid-range airport hotel and dealing with the customers’ complaints about Wendy, Sidd watches Wendy, because Sidd loves Wendy. But Wendy understands plane watching, not love, and Sidd barely understands himself. VOICE Director: Takeshi Kushida Runtime: 10 minutes A lonely man falls in love with the shadow of a woman that appeared on the apartment’s wall. Rice Ball Director: Yusuke Oishi Runtime: 15 minutes Synopsis: A father and son return from the crematory. The rice ball made by the father was round and too big, and it was different from the mother’s rice ball flavor — but the son finished eating the first one and reached for the second. It was nice to meet you Director: Kaicey Chae Runtime: 19 minutes, 57 seconds No Minho is a South Korean guy who works at the branch office in Shanghai, China. One day he visits a North Korean restaurant, where he falls in love with one of the North Korean waitresses, Chu Lihye. As a result of all his efforts, she finally opens her heart to him as well. But some people who attempt to use their relationship in a political way show up. Sin Cielo Director: Jianna S Maarten Runtime: 25 minutes Memo and Delia are two “star-crossed” lovers who become separated by forces larger than either can control in a world where girls’ bodies turn up in the river or never at all. Onikuma Director: Alessia Cecchet Runtime: 12 minutes, 9 seconds Onikuma is a Japanese yokai, a demon bear known for chasing horses. Surrounded by a foreign landscape, two women will understand that demons can come in different forms.
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