NARRATIVE SHORTS PROGRAM
KARISHMA DEV DUBE | 17 MIN
Set in a forgotten Himalayan community, this film follows eight-year-old Bittu, a streetwise charmer with a brilliantly foul tongue.
LAURYNAS BAURESIA | 13 MIN
Using a faceless doll, a criminal reenacts a brutal crime. But surprisingly he is not the one being judged. There seems to be an odd one out in the investigative group.
THE MIDSUMMER’S VOICE
YUDI ZHANG | 15 MIN
During the summer vacation, Peking Opera student Lei begins to experience changes in his voice, body, and mind.
SIXTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
SYMONE BAPTISTE | 17 MIN
A struggling black college grad wakes up to find that reparations have finally been paid to descendants of slaves in America.
CARLYN HUDSON | 10 MIN
Kerry is at a sleepover with the socially awkward, mysteriously orphaned heiress Katie. Friendship—in a society that grows ever isolating—is explored as Kerry learns the hard way that Katie always gets what she wants.
TOMER SHUSHAN | 20 MIN
A man finds his stolen bicycle and it now belongs to a stranger. In his attempts to retrieve the bicycle, he struggles to remain human.
ZOE AND HANH
KIM TRAN | 9 MIN
A young woman is caught in a lie by her suspicious mom. With tensions already high from recently losing a loved one, their relationship unhinges.
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