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  • cold hands

    in an effort to make friends in high school, lucas finds himself in a position that compromises his safety. in the aftermath, he realizes that the support he seeks is not guaranteed.

  • pressure play

    fraser, 17, an only child, shy and introverted, speaks volumes while on the court playing his undying passion: basketball. fraser has his chance to prove himself when the high school’s coach catches him practicing after school hours.

  • flash flood

    deep within a dream, a cataclysmic flood washes over the planet, and reveals three unique perspectives on gender and identity. flash flood is animated by volunteer transgender artists and animators from across the globe.

  • america

    an Iranian journalist couple wants to move to america to escape the difficulties of their country. the woman receives her visa but her husband doesn't. he stays in iran and watches his wife find success on television and falls into a state of depression.

  • routine

    directed by: wesley akwoubi
    dwayne, a recently out stand-up comedian, shares a dating experience with his audience—and discovers quite a bit about his new community.

  • GIK: SKWOD: How I Lost My Indian Name

    directed by: terry j jones

    in this short, Jones reimagines storytelling told through narration, images and text. in "Gik:skwod," the filmmaker made cuts according to his eye blinks, while recounting his family history.

  • facing mecca

    directed by: jan-eric mak

    pensioner roli comes to fareed’s assistance when the syrian refugee is
    faced with the burial of his muslim wife. together they stumble into a
    bewildering forest of swiss bureaucracy to which roli finds a beautifully
    simple answer…

  • home made

    directed by diana khong
    home made is an intimate, contemplative portrait of two queer tattoo artists navigating an industry traditionally dominated by white, straight, cisgender males. the film weaves together the parallel narratives of Jasmine, a shop owner in Philadelphia, and sally, a stick-an...

  • long distance

    directed by: anoop lokkur

    aayushi, a young indian woman living in australia, receives a call from her mum while getting ready for work. as they talk, the little white lies that aayushi tells reveals the distance between herself and her family is more just than physical.