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WHY I LIKE MY FILTER BUBBLE, 2min., Germany, Animation

Directed by Max Seeger

What would I do without my filter bubble? I would definitely get lost in the vastness of the internet.

What kind of music do I want to listen to today, which film fits my mood and what do I absolutely have to buy but have never thought about it yet? My filter bubble knows before I know.

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ARTICHOKE BOY, 2min., USA, Animation

Directed by Phil E. Eichinger

It’s a summer day, with bright sunshine and just a slight breeze. However, troubling thoughts about color, gender and sexuality distract a young artichoke as they sit alone on a swing, swaying back and forth. Thoughts, wants, and fears about their place in the world are explored as Artichoke Boy monologues throughout this summer day.

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BEHIND THE GLASS, 5min., Canada, Animation

Directed by Pedro de la Llave

Mario thinks he is in control. He thinks he knows what he is doing, and he looks down to the people on the other side of the glass, but what Mario doesn’t know is that the glass itself is not on his side.

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CHIMICHANGA DAY, 3min., Russia, Animation

Directed by Vladislav Dubkov

Indypolis lived peacefully and quietly until a van with Mexican food appeared in their lives. He turned the life of the inhabitants into a chimichanga day. The film “Groundhog Day” became the basis of this parody-humorous animated musical short film. In addition, you will also take away parodies of Forrest Gump, jaws … movies, cartoons and games …

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EMPTINESS, 9min., Mexico, Animation

Directed by Eduardo Gallardo

Suffer, Madness, Illness, Love, Hate. What are we really made of?
Surrounded by the dark, A man experiences visions about the inside and outside of his being as he removes him his “liar faces” which lead him into an introspective struggle that will reveal the true nature of his existence.

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TOTAL CATCH, 2min., USA, Comedy/Romance

Directed by Sarah Clark

Dating is hard… Zoom dating is harder.

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MOVING-IN-LAW, 5min., USA, Drama

Directed by Reynaldo Dumas

Brigitte is moving into her apartment with the help of her sister Lisa, and brother in law, Aaron. But when Brigitte and Arron are left alone after Lisa is called away, one thing might easily lead to another between the in laws.

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ESCAPE PARTY, 5min., USA, Comedy

Directed by Gabe Montero

All Chris wanted to do was play in an escape room with his friends. He puts together what he believes is the best team for winning the game. The only problem is, well he was wrong.

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THE BEAUTIFUL PICTURE, 3min., Australia, Documentary

Directed by Anne Taylor

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THE MYSTERY OF ANGKOR, 3min., Hong Kong, Documentary

Directed by Benny Lau

The Cambodia Angkor Dynasty was once a powerful empire, and now the remaining ancient buildings allow us to explore its culture.

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DELIVERY!, 1min., UK, Experimental

Directed by Maayan Sophia Weisstub

During lockdown (2020-2021) I’ve found myself without much human interaction, spending days and days alone at home. The only People I would briefly see on an almost daily basis were couriers guys. They inspired this experimental one minute film.

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OASIS, 1min., USA, Experimental

Directed by Adrien Servadio

Aestetic birth of an oasis.

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BRE’S DEATH, 3min., USA, Drama/Experimental

Directed by Qun Chi

On March 13, 2020, Brenna Taylor, a 26-year-old U.S. emergency medical technician, died after being shot eight times by officers with the Louisville Police Department who were targeting two drug dealers who were reportedly based out of a house 10 miles from Taylor’s home.

Bre’s death is just a symptom of America today.

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STILL HERE 4min., USA, Music Video

Directed by Drego Moore

We have an abusive relationship with the United States.

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