In 2120, two young scientists travel to a foreign planet to acquire a rare plant needed to save their world from a global pandemic.
When an encounter with an aggressive police officer leads to a fatal incident, a teen is forced to relive the tragedy until he can find a way to break the vicious cycle.
Dance, Dance, Dance!
Set in the late 40s, in the middle of southwest nowhere, Susan and Rob's date night gets interrupted by a very persistent radio dance marathon.
Our detective has been trying to get to the bottom of a recent drug outbreak in his town. What will he have to endure to finally bust the suppliers bringing in all this fairy dust!?
Double standards play a major role in justice when sexual misconduct occurs at a high school.
Tea shines a light on how the tragic Chernobyl explosion affected not only the natural landscape of Artvin, a rural city in Turkey’s Black sea region, but also its local inhabitants, causing cancer to many.
While contemplating his future, a teenage boy is forced to address a painful secret.
A school shooting is explored from the point of view of five different people.
Youth Showcase Filmmaker Q&A
Live Q&A with the filmmakers of the Youth Showcase program moderated by Danny De Lillo | NFMLA Board Chair and SCREEN International Executive.
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This line-up of films that each interact with the idea of living in a physical, mortal body in a unique way. From a pair of cousins dealing with the consequences of a death in the family, to a boy with Cochlear implants navigating the pursuit of his love of dancing with his deaf mother’s lack of understanding to the story of a reaper and a dying teenage girl, to a champion bull rider in the aftermath of a career-ending injury.
A collection of short films from Indigenous filmmakers and about Indigenous communities that explore questions of identity, sexuality, cultural preservation and revival and more, playing with narrative throughout a mixture of genres and forms.
In the wake of a messy break-up, Andy Escobedo decides to start fresh, relocating from Austin to Los Angeles. Eager to make new connections, he befriends Roger, an unusual rideshare driver. But when Rogerâ€™s behavior gets too strange for comfort, Andy blows him off, choosing to focus on a budding relationship with Sam. This unhinges Roger, who begins to torment Andy, ensuring that his stay in L.A. is short-lived.
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