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Day One

Directed by Henry Hughes

On her first day in Afghanistan, an interpreter for the US Army is forced to deliver the child of an

Dead Hearts

Directed by Stephen W. Martin

A gothic romance, replete with throbbing hearts, startling locales, and a mortician’s undying love.

Deep Sleep

Directed by Basma Alsharif

A hypnosis-inducing, pan-geographic shuttle built on brainwave-generating binaural beats that take us on a journey through the sound waves of

Deer Father

Directed by Alex Brinkman

What do you do when the deer you just ran over turns out to be your late father?

Delicate Gravity

Directed by Philippe André

Two lonely spirits come together by chance when a cell phone call to a wrong number provides the catalyst for

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Diamond Box

Directed by Rodrigo Valenzuela

Valenzuela lived three years without documentation and hired day laborers from the parking lots he used to haunt for this


Directed by Oliver Fouchard, Mahine Rouhi

“Rouhi and Fouchard set their cameras in grandiose virgin landscapes and edit their film to the rolling of thunder or

Dirty Looks: 8 Years On

Directed by Various

Queer film collective Dirty Looks compiles eight years of experimental screenings for a shorts program of signature delights that queer


Directed by Till Nowak

A psychotic street musician has to leave his mental world to deal with the real one.

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Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?

Directed by Selma Vilhunen

All hell breaks loose when this (more than) slightly off-kilter Finnish family oversleeps on the day they are supposed to

Dude in the Headlights

Directed by Tim Wade

Animals are humans too, so be careful out on the road.

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End of the Block

Directed by Omari Carter

Live dance and stickman animation create illustrate the harsh realities of trying to go beyond your postcode...