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The Cliff House – Jin Yao Wong (Malaysia)
A story about an old man with his struggles and determination to build a tower in order to reach his goal.

Road to Prohibition – Javier Murciano (Spain)
Road to Prohibition, a jazzy comedy with vintage cars, irreverent persecutions and hidden speak-easier in the 20s of Prohibition.

Alegria – Katalin Egely (Hungary)
People had long ago cut themselves off of their natural environment and have suffered since from this division, the lack of the essential feeling of unity and belonging. We are all part of the same struggles and harmony, ‘lifeless’ elements and living creatures alike, of this frantic dance of euphoria and acceptance.

Short Changed – Zoë Hutber (United Kingdom)
A stop-motion animated short film about a couple’s struggle against the system in a world where everyone is made of money.

Raven – Alice Ruquier/Clément Perrotin/Maxime Oudet/Solène Bondu/Aurélien Thuillier (France)
A long time ago, a peasant finds a magic artefact that gives her great power. A mysterious knight’s assembly tries to take it away from her.

Like and Follow – Tobias Schlage (Japan)
When a kid starts spending time in the real world, it’s up to his smartphone to bring his attention back to where it belongs.

Balance – Barzan Rostami (Iran)
It’s a story about the soldiers who are sacrificing their lives and resist in order to the people of the city and future generations live in peace.

Ariel – kleopatra korai (Greece)
An animated short film, part of Wandering Stories, a music and video animation performance work by Greek composer and vocalist Savina Yannatou in collaboration with filmmaker Kleopatra Korai. An ode to the spirits accompanying the refugee souls lost in dark waters.

Home Sweet Home – Maria Robertson/Harry Pearson (United Kingdom)
A group of discarded sweets try to make their way home.

A Moment In Time – Belal Saeed AbdelHakim (Egypt)
The story of a child trying to wake up from a coma, he starts looking for the door that takes him out of the maze that he spins in, and when he finds the door that brings him back to life once again the had time run out.

Fighting Pablo – Robbe Vervaeke (Belgium)
A young artist is working on a portrait when an unexpected moment of frustration and doubt shatters his inspiration.

The proposal – Gerlando Infuso (Belgium)
Icaro chooses Valentine’s Day to propose to his beautiful Vanilla in their favorite restaurant: The Golden Mussel.

Heat Wave – Fokion Xenos (Greece)
In the midst of a heatwave of insanity, two children find a way to cool everyone down!

Jericho – Sarah Andrews (United Kingdom)
A lonely robot decides to try and build a mechanical friend.

The Season of Grapes – Arzaneh Ghobadi (Iran)
The story is about life and its means for a woman which her life pass as seasons and the story shows similarity between life and nature by coming each generation and its an noticeable pattern.

The Tree – Samantha Sylvers (USA)
A film about life, death, and the passage of time, shown as father and daughter return to the same tree throughout their lives.

Fundament – Wilbert van Veldhuizen (Netherlands)
A young woman drives an old car along a coastal road towards a village. There is a man in the passenger seat, contemplating. Planning to shape the future of the village, as well as his own

Pinch – Diego MacLeanCanada (Canada)
A man discovers a superpower that could change everything.

The Incredible Wardrobegadget of Dr. Stein – Gabriela Plackova (Czech Republic)
When Doctor Stein’s best friend dies during his last experiment, grieving scientist is ready to do everything it takes to get his dog back. Building a dead-reviving machine is not a rocket science for him but this time the experiment goes monstrously wrong. A short stop – motion film about a creator and its monster he despises.

Peluche – Hugo Legrand (Canada)
A young girl rediscovers her old plush.

Castle – Ryotaro Miyajima (Japan)
During the period of the ‘Provinces at war’, many lives were lost. A castle architect discovers the possible role of a tea room as a place for warriors to regain humanity.

Godspeed – Sunny Wai Yan Chan (USA)
Godspeed is a story about a mother saying goodbye to her son at the airport.

Identity – Alireza Salehi (Iran)
An old man wakes up and sees himself in the mirror without the face(Identity). He fears and breaks the mirror.

Pinchpot – Greg Holfeld (Australia)
A short story about art and work, giving and receiving, life and death, and things made from lumps of clay.


Vitatio – Nikos Radaios (Greece)
The Fig – Nikos Kolovos (Greece)
Woman – Konstantinos Chaliassas (Greece)
Butterfly Co. – Iphigenia Dimitriou (Greece)
The other – Rizu Anastasia (Greece)
April – Apostolis Iliopoulos (Greece)
Birthday – Dimitris Katsimiris (Greece)
Watch the Mobile – Panagiotis Kalogeropoulos (Greece)
Manicher – Alexis Hatzigiannis (Greece)
Alice in Coffee – Dimitris Nakos (Greece)
Christos and Dimitra – Amarissa Basta (Greece)
The Eye and the Eyebrow – Kostis Haramountanis (Greece)


Don’t Forget Me – George Paterakis (Greece)
Out of Sight – Christina Georgiou / David Hands (Greece)
The Wrong Poem – Nikos Balauras (Greece)
Prayer – Thanasis Neofotistos (Greece)
Walk – Stella Kyriakopoulou (Greece)
Afterthoughts – Ivan Charalambous (Greece)
Soemand – Gabriel Jafkas (Denmark)
5 Ways to Die – Dina Papadaki (Greece)
II – Responsible Kosamund Sanidis (Greece)
Young Again – Ioanna Varsou (Greece)
A Movie Relationship – Eleonora Goukissari (Greece)
Point Blank – Stefanos Gekas (Greece)


Boy story – Thanasis Angelopoulos (Greece)
A bus stop a video club a swimming pool. A series of random encounters will cause a boy story to unfold. Will the hero be able to overcome the inhibitions that come from a child? And who will be able to make Peace ask him what music he is listening to?

Repression – Michael Mavromoustakos (Greece)
The film talks about the unfulfilled love and desires that every person has. But in a closed society we live with taboos and they have to stay in the void and usually in the subconscious. The man who appears from the dream plays the role of god and thus the protagonist’s intrinsic secret desire

Land Madiam – Dimitris Nakos (Greece)
In a allegorical universe, a family has lost its home in debt. He continues to live without trying to find a solution until the new owner unexpectedly arrives home. The solution they offer is for everyone to stay together until they leave. The situation is underground red, ready to become all land forever.

Breakfast – Dimitris Abatzis (Greece)
A couple takes their last breakfast before their final separation. The man drinks his coffee calmly, smokes, dresses and leaves. The woman looks at him silently.

School Melody – Aris Lechouritis (Greece)
Alexander attends a music lesson, sleeps and dreams of the ideal way of teaching, through his childish eyes

Christos stops at Gizi – Amarissa Basta (Greece)
On the first day of the school year a girl remembers family events during the summer that forced them to close their shop, move in with their grandmother and more. The focus is on preserving the family’s dignity and hope for the future

Poster – Ismini Fragioudaki / Dionysia Dionysiou / Elvira Hassapi (Greece)
Andreas and Lydia are a couple close to the age of 40, so far professionally successful. But when professional recognition is called into question, difficult decisions have to be made, the certainties in their relationships are undermined, and they need to be redefined in both their personal and shared path.

De Nuevo – Christos Karteris (Greece)
The most inanimate object in the house invades your mind

Small Erotic – Thomas Giannakis (Greece)
A man recalls moments of happiness through music

Party Animals – Giannis Andrias (Greece)
When guests of a party end up one by one forcibly locked in the toilet, they have to think. Will they do something about it that their host was right in closing?

The Mistake of a Robber – Michalis Felanis (Greece)
A subversive comedy that travels us through the incredible acts of a robber, forced to make money not only by his steel weapon, but also by his abilities as a salesman. Is the county’s alert eye enough to stop it? Or is she sleeping? A movie filled with funds

Dinner – Dimitris Argiriou (Greece)
A couple who seemingly have it all, dine in a luxury restaurant. During the time, the man announces to his wife he wants some changes in his life … Is it too late for changes though?

The Sun and the North – Thanasis Neofotistos (Greece)
A woman walks carefree in the field, picking flowers and windmills, unsure of what will happen to her when the sun and the north decide who is stronger! Both will try to undress her. Everyone uses his strongest weapons. Who will come out the winner?

Consumables – Themis Barbas (Greece)
The predominance of the material world over the unsuspecting Cornelius


Forever Night
Get away
Love Potion
Obsessive Love Wheel
he Wheel of Persistent Love
Romantic Pandesia
Special Day
The River