Opening Virtual Night: Ukrainian Filmmakers Showcase (with an introduction by Director Sergei Loznitsa)

These films will be available online to a Canadian audience. All proceeds to Unite with Ukraine.

Wednesday June 22nd


(virtual only screening, available for 7 days beginning Wed. 22 June)
Ukraine | Black Comedy/War | 2hr 2m

In the historic Donbass region of eastern Ukraine, despite the cruel war that has been raging since 2014 between the self-proclaimed People’s Republics of Donetsk and Luhansk and the Ukrainian government, people tries to survive in the rotten heart of chaos, where violence disguises itself as peace, propaganda becomes univocal truth and hatred reigns in the name of love.

Director: Sergei Loznitsa
Starring: Tamara Yatsenko, Irina Zayarmiuk, Grigory Masliuk
FILM FACT:  Donbass was elected as the Ukrainian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 91st Academy Awards. Director Sergei was awarded prize for Best Director at Cannes film festival in the Un certain Regard Section.
SHORT FILMS: Clue (dir. Julia Germanieva, Ukraine), My Baba’s Kitchen (2015, Canada) 2015, Dir. Stephanie Turenko.

Ivan the Powerful

(virtual only, available for 7 days beginning Wed. 22 June)
Ukraine | Historical drama/comedy | 1hr 29m

“Ivan the Powerful” tells the outstanding life story of Ivan Firtsak who was born in June 1899 in Ukraine. At 18 he became a performer with a Czechoslovak circus and travelled to 64 countries around the world, astonishing everybody with his victories.

Director: Viktor Andrienko, Igor Pismennyy
Starring: Dmytro Khaladgi, Ivanna Sakhno, Vasyl Virastyuk, Viktor Andrienko
FILM FACT: Ivan Firtsak was a weightlifting champion of Czechoslovakia and a bodybuilding champion of Europe. He earned the nickname Strong Ivan Croton for his incredible strength. Ivan Firtsak won a great number of single combats with famous wrestlers of the world.
SHORT FILMS: Clue (dir. Julia Germanieva, Ukraine), My Baba’s Kitchen (2015, Canada) 2015, Dir. Stephanie Turenko.
Q&A: no Q&A but film includes introduction from Director Viktor Andrienko

It’s Just Parkinsons

(virtual only, available for 7 days beginning Wed. 22 June)
Canada/USA | documentary | 1hr 29m

It’s Just Parkinson’s is an inspiring and emotional look at one man’s journey to live to the fullest while living with a disease that has no cure. John Cullen is a 62-year old man battling Parkinson’s disease with grit, courage, grade, and a warrior mindset.

Local Virtual Screening available during festival virtually only.

Director: Diane Akam
Starring: John Cullen
FILM FACT:  Diane is a local director living in Milton, Ontario.
SHORT FILMS: Ain’t No Mercy for Rabbits (dir. Aliza Brugger, USA), Into the Mountains (dir. Christopher Anagnostopoulos, Greece)
Q&A:  Virtual Q&A will include Dir. Diane Akam and subject of film John Cullen. Hosted by Cynthia Crofoot.


Thursday, June 23rd 7:30 pm


The Phantom of the Open

Canadian Festival Premiere | UK | Comedy/Drama | 1hr 46m

Synopsis: Maurice Flitcroft, a dreamer and unrelenting optimist, managed to gain entry to The British Open Golf Championship, qualifying in 1976 and subsequently shot the worst round in Open history, becoming a folk hero in the process.

Director: Craig Roberts
Starring: Mark Rylance, Sally Hawkins
FILM FACT:  The film is based on a true story, and the screenplay is based on the biography The Phantom of the Open: Maurice Flitcroft, The World’s Worst Golfer by Farnaby and Scott Murray. Maurice Flitcroft has the highest score ever the British Open.
SHORT FILMS: Corners (dir. James Brylowski, Canada), Cruise (dir. Sam Rudykoff, Canada)

Friday, June 24th 7:30 pm

FRIDAY NIGHT CANADIAN GALA (includes rap performance by Jerelle) LIVE ONLY. Sponsor CHCH


Canadian Theatrical Premiere | Canada/Iran | Romantic Comedy/Drama | 1hr 31m

Synopsis: In Toronto, lively music, intricate textiles and vibrant colours paint an unlikely story of love and family when, Badi and Sharon, two young students with very different upbringings from a divided Persian community, accidentally fall in love.

Director: Faran Moradi
Starring: Sammy Azero, Mo Zeighami, Navid Negahban
FILM FACT:  Director Faran Moradi is from Oakville and has participated in the festival in previous years.
SHORT FILMS: A Mensch is a Mensch (dir. Tamara Moos, Canada), Diya (dir. Aroona Khiani, Canada), Plastic Flowers (dir. Rodolfo Alexandre, Canada)
Q&A: Q&A will feature most of the cast  from the film: including: Mo Zeighami – Sharon Moridi, Sammy Azero – Badi Alavi, Ali Badshah – Fred Moridi, Mahsa Ghorbankarimi – Tessa Moridi, Elias Edraki – Arash Alavi, Sarah Camacho – Jess, Venus Razzaghi – Mondana Moridi, Feraidoon Moradipour – Rostam Alavi. Also Crew: Faran Moradi, Writer Director, Keenan Lynch Cinematographer, and Jarrid Dudley Composer.

Saturday, June 25th 7:30 pm

EVENT TICKETED SEPARATELY THROUGH OCPA (not available in festival packages)
WOMEN WHO GIVE - Ukrainian Arts Festival Gala Fundraiser in Support of Ukraine Featuring a Performance by Chantal Kreviazuk 7 pm – 10 pm. LIVE AND LIVESTREAMED (available for 48 hours). Sponsor: Capstick McCollum.

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, Oakville Festivals of Film and Art, the Ukrainian World Foundation, Zirkova Vodka, and Chantal Kreviazuk, are doing their part to support relief efforts for our friends in Ukraine. This festival features authentic Ukrainian film, performance, dance, and art, and funds raised will go towards   emergency medical and humanitarian support, to help the brave civilian volunteers in Ukraine as they fight for freedom. A live auction, and an auction of local Ukrainian art, will raise further funds to support the cause.

A concert by Ukraine-Canadian Singer/songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk, a traditional Ukrainian dance performance by Barvinok Ukrainian Dance School.

Includes a screening of the Ukrainian film The Earth is Blue as an Orange, with an introduction by Director/Editor/Writer Iryna Tsilyk.

The Earth Is Blue as an Orange

Ukraine, Lithuania | Documentary | 1hr 13m

Synopsis: To cope with the daily trauma of living in a war-zone, Anna and her children are making a film together about their life in the most surreal surroundings.
Director: Iryna Tsilyk
Starring: Ganna Gladka, Stanislav Gladky, Anastasiia Trofymchuk, Myroslava Trofymchuk, Vladyslav Trofymchuk
Q&A:  NO Q&A Live auction to follow performances and screening.


Saturday, June 25th 11:00 am

Local Shorts Showcase Available live and virtually. Sponsor: Sheridan College.

A selection of short films from Oakville and Halton-area filmmakers, including students from Sheridan College’s Film & Television and Animation programs.


  • Balloom, dir. Kayla Borecky
  • Black Box, dir. Nicole Sofia, Canada
  • Charade, dir. Josh Aubin
  • Coming Distractions Episode 1.02 “Lights Out”, dir. Gina Simone
  • Guardians, dir. Minerva Marie Navasca
  • Her & Her, dir. Monty Banks
  • In-Tents, dir. Stephanie Nakashima, Scott Morris
  • Not Just a Car Show, dir. Nikolai Osborn
  • Send Pic?, dir. James Cooper
  • State of the Art, dir. Grace Crawford
  • Stealing Murakami, dir. Michaela Aguirre, Asa Kazerani


Saturday, June 25th 11:30 am

Social Justice/Human Rights Double Bill- available live and virtually


Canada | Drama | 1hr 13m

Synopsis: Tenzin is a young Tibetan man living in Toronto, when older brother self-immolates as a form of nonviolent protest of the treatment of Tibetans living under the current Chinese occupation. Tenzin struggles to come to terms with the loss of his brother while navigating a life with one foot in Western youth culture and the other, somewhat reluctantly in the devoted community of his fellow exiled Tibetans.

Director: Michael Leblanc/Joshua Reichmann
Starring: Tensin Kelsang, Tenzin Choekyi, Salden Kunga, Yeshi Tenzin
Q&A includes: Directors Michael Leblanc and Joshua Reichmann, Producer Julie Baldassi, Brian Robertson, Tenzin Kelsang, Chemi Lhamo, Yeshi Tenzin, Salden Kunga, (possibly Tenzin Choekyi and Ivan Romero.  Plus Dir. Igal Hecht will join us on skype for Forgotten on Sinjar.

Forgotten on Sinjar

Canada | Documentary | 52m

Synopsis: Forgotten on Sinjar, explores the story of the horrific Genocide of the Yazidi people at the hands of ISIS terrorists. The film follows Emma Broyan a German Yazidi activist who moves to Greece in order to help survivors. Through Emma we are exposed to the horror that was committed on the Yazidi people in August of 2014, while the world watched it all unfold on television.

Director: Igal Hecht
FILM FACT:  Hecht says that on the last day of filming day in Germany, we visited a Yazidi survivor, who they never met before. During the course of the interview they learned that she has an amazing connection to a person  followed in Toronto by Igal Hecht. It allowed the film crew to connect people who were worlds apart.
Q&A: Live Q&A virtual with Dir. Igal Hecht (on skype or zoom from Israel)

Saturday, June 25th 2:00 pm

Into the Weeds

Oakville Premiere | Canada | Documentary | 1hr 36m

Synopsis: Dewayne Johnson, a Bay Area groundskeeper, suffered from rashes in 2014 and wondered if they were caused by the herbicide he’d been using for the past couple years. As his health deteriorated, Johnson became the face of a David-and-Goliath legal battle to hold a multi-national agrochemical corporation accountable for a product with allegedly misleading labelling.

Director: Jennifer Baichwal
Starring: DeWayne Lee Johnson
FILM FACT:  The sale of weed killers containing glyphosate like Roundup has been banned in Montreal since Jan. 1, 2022, but a Radio-Canada investigation found Roundup still on the shelves at seven Rona outlets.
SHORT FILMS: Feeling The Apocalypse (dir. Chen Sing Yap, Canada), The Cure (dir. Scott Morris, Canada), Train Project (dir. Luhan Wang, Canada)
Q&A: Pre-recorded introduction to the film from Director/Writer Jennifer Baichwal

Saturday, June 25th 2:30 pm

Framing Agnes

Oakville Premiere | USA | Documentary/Drama | 1hr 15m

Synopsis: FRAMING AGNES turns the talk show format inside out in response to media’s ongoing fascination with trans people. The film breathes life into six previously unknown stories from the archives of the UCLA Gender Clinic in the 1950s.

Director: Chase Joynt
Starring: Angelica Ross, Jen Richards, Zackary Drucker
FILM FACT: Framing Agnes won two awards at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival, including the NEXT Audience Award.
SHORT FILMS: Butterfly (dir. Lazarus Lazarides, USA/Greece), Alfie (dir. Emily Ryder, Canada), Petrichor (dir. Whitman Theofrastous, Canada)
Q&A: with Director Chase Joynt

Saturday, June 25th 5:00 pm

We’re All In This Together

Oakville Premiere | Canada | Drama | 1hr 26m

Synopsis: The members of the Parker family have had their fair share of complications. When matriarch Kate Parker miraculously survives plummeting over a waterfall in a barrel-a feat captured on a video that goes viral-the dysfunctional Parker’s have to do something they never thought possible: act like a real family.

Director: Katie Boland
Starring: Katie Boland, Alisha Newton, Jenny Raven, Martha Burns
FILM FACT: The author of the book the film is based on, “We’re All in This Together,” Amy Jones, is from Hamilton, Ontario.
SHORT FILMS: She Keeps Me (dir. Erica Orofino, Canada), Benevolent, dir. Jared Marino
Q&A: Q&A with Amy Jones, author of the book We’re All in This Together, that the film is based on
Sponsor: Metroland Media

Saturday, June 25th 5:30 pm

Peace By Chocolate

Canada | Comedy/Drama | 1hr 36m

Synopsis: After the bombing of his father’s chocolate factory, a charming young Syrian refugee struggles to settle into his new small-town life, caught between following his dream and preserving his family’s legacy.

Director: Jonathan Keijser
Starring: Hatem Ali, Ayham Abou Ammar, Yara Sabri
FILM FACT:   In late 2012 the original Hadhad family chocolate factory in Damascus, Syria was destroyed in a bombing that forced our family to leave everything behind and flee to Lebanon. They have been able to rebuild their chocolate company in Antigonish, NS.
SHORT FILMS: The Secret Life of Jim (dir. Emmet Kelly, Ireland), Ruby (dir. Momo Daud, Canada)

Saturday, June 25th 8:00 pm

Drunken Birds

Canada | Drama | 1hr 45m

Synopsis: Willy and Marlena. She is the girlfriend of a cartel leader in Mexico, he is in love with the boss’s wife. Fearing the worst, the lovers will flee on their own to survive better. Willy suspects that Marlena is hiding in Montreal, and in the hope of finding her, he goes to Quebec as a seasonal worker at Ferme Vinet. While friendship bonds are woven between foreign workers on the farm, a gap is growing between members of the Vinet family. Willy, unknowingly, will arouse the desire in Julie, the owner, and the situation will not be without consequences for the group – Willy is soon accused of a crime he hasn’t committed.

Director: Ivan Grbovic
Starring: Jorge Antonio Guerrero, Marine Johnson, Hélène Florent
FILM FACT:  The Canadian entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 94th Academy Awards
SHORT FILMS: Night Syndrome (dir. Oren Gvili, Israel), I Am Latina (dir. Emilia Mieres, Canada)

Saturday, June 25th 8:30 pm

You Resemble Me

Canadian Premiere | USA | Drama | 1hr 30m

Synopsis: Cultural and intergenerational trauma erupt in this story about two sisters on the outskirts of Paris. After the siblings are torn apart, the eldest, Hasna, struggles to find her identity, leading to a choice that shocks the world. Director Dina Amer takes on one of the darkest issues of our time and deconstructs it in an intimate story about family, love, sisterhood, and belonging.

Director: Dina Amer
Starring: Lorenza Grimaudo, Ilona Grimaudo, Mouna Soualem
SHORT FILMS: Lioness (dir. Sara Oliva, USA), Between Wings and Swings (dir. Yuyang Yan, Canada), Night (dir. Ahmad Saleh, Palestine)

Sunday, June 26th 11:00 am

Best of Canadian Shorts. AVAILABLE LIVE AND VIRTUALLY Sponsor:

A short film programme highlighting Canadian filmmakers from coast to coast, ranging from romantic comedy to sci-fi to documentary.


  • Demonstration Sport, dir. Monica Mustelier
  • Fetch, dir. Sam Gill
  • God Loves a Cheerful Giver, dir. Nin Meyboom
  • Lenny, dir. Kristen McNaule
  • Marbles, dir. Kyle Lawrence
  • My First Fish, dir. Nadiya Shuvalova
  • Something Special, dir. Jisoo Kim
  • Stranded, dir. Emile Viens
  • The Holocaust: A Love Story, dir Victoria Cesareo
  • The Middle, dir. Hanna Jovin, Adrian Morphy
  • When Worlds Collide, dir. Patricia Seaton
  • Sweaty, dir. Sean Edwards

  Q&A: TBC

Sunday, June 26th 11:30 am

The Long Rider

Oakville Premiere | Canada | Documentary | 1hr 35m

Synopsis: When Filipe Leite leaves his adoptive home of Canada, the aspiring journalist sets out on an epic quest to ride from Calgary to his family’s home in Brazil – and later beyond – entirely on horseback. Inspired by Aimé Tschiffely’s 1925 equestrian journey, Filipe’s 8 year odyssey of over 25,000 kms across 12 international borders, sees the young immigrant battle intense heat, drought, speeding transport trucks, nature’s wrath and corrupt border guards on his history-making long ride home. Culled from over 500 hours of never-before-seen-footage.

Director: Sean Cisterna
Starring: Filipe Masetti Leite
FILM FACT:  Filipe’s 8 year odyssey of over 25,000 kms across 12 international borders, sees the young immigrant battle intense heat, drought, speeding transport trucks, nature’s wrath and corrupt border guards on his history-making long ride home
SHORT FILMS: The Hadlee Projects (dir. Brandon Wilson, Canada), The Smell of Mango (dir. Andressa Back, Canada), Pater Et Filio (dir. Pablo de Estrada, Canada)
Q&A: live with Director Sean Cisterna.
Thrillhouse Studios

Sunday, June 26th 2:00 pm

A Chiara

Italy/France | Drama | 2hr 1m (English subtitles)

Synopsis: Follows the story of 15-year-old Chiara whose close-knit family falls apart after her father abandons them in Calabria.

Director: Jonas Carpignano
Starring: Swamy Rotolo, Grecia Rotolo
FILM FACT:  A Chiara is part of a trilogy of films by the same director and has won many awards on the festival circuit. The film concludes Carpignano’s trilogy after 2015’s “Mediterranea” and 2017’s “A Ciambra.” Documentary-esque realism is a trademark of all 3 exceptional films.
SHORT FILMS: Inner Balance (dir. Daisy Gao, Canada), Repent (dir. Anthony Rio Tullo, Canada)
Q&A: Q&A with Anthony Rio Tullo, following performance of 2 songs.
LIVE ONLY (event includes a performance by singer/songwriter Anthony Rio Tullo, whose short REPENT is screening with the feature. Performance to follow screening.

Sunday, June 26th 2:30 pm

Back Home Again

Canada | Animated | 30m

Synopsis: An animated reimaging of the largest wildfire evacuation in Alberta’s history, with upwards of 88,000 people forced from their homes.

Director: Michael Mankowski
Starring: Catherine O’Hara, Mena Suvari, Jeremy Renner, Kim Basinger, Michael J. Fox, Eugene Levy
SHORT FILMS: Footprints in the Forest (dir. Juhaidah Joemin & Sandra Khoo, Malaysia), Hide! (dir. Alex Shaochen Wang, Canada)

The Fire Cats

Canadian Premiere | Documentary | 1hr 20m

Synopsis: In 2017 after a firestorm ripped through Santa Rosa, rescuers like Officer Shannon Jay devoted themselves to rescuing the hundreds of cats who survived a fire hot enough to melt glass and returning them to the families who had lost everything. But a year later, when the monstrous Camp Fire wiped out Paradise, an antagonist appeared in the aftermath and tried to stop them.

Director: Katharine Parsons
Starring: Philip Craig
FILM FACT: Cats can outrun a wildfire that spreads at 6 feet a second—faster than most dogs can run. They can hear a normal human conversation from more than 500 meters away. When their whiskers were burned off from the heat of the fire, it left them without an important defense mechanism after the fire because they use whiskers to receive important information about their surroundings. Cats escaped the fire by running into storm drains, up trees, into playhouses. Even cats that were locked inside houses escaped because when the burning roofs collapsed, it blew out the windows giving them an exit in a split second.
Q&A: Live Q&A with Dir. Katharine Parsons (The Fire Cats), Dir. Michael Mankowski and Executive Producer Charmaine Hammond from Back Home Again.

Sunday, June 26th 5:00pm

The Lost Girls

Canadian Premiere | UK | Fantasy/Drama | 1hr 40m

Synopsis: Finally, the women of the Peter Pan universe are getting the sequel they really deserve. The Lost Girls, a new movie about Peter Pan and four generations of Darling women, shows the trials and tribulations as characters such as Wendy, Tiger Lily, and Tinker Bell carry on with their lives post-Pan, and really paints Peter out to be a villain after all.

Director: Livia De Paolis
Starring: Louis Partridge, Joely Richardson, Vanessa Redgrave
FILM FACT:  The Lost Girls is based on a novel of the same name by Laurie Fox.
SHORT FILMS: On Island West (dir. Carolyn Saunders, UK), The Ferryman (dir. Emma Fraser, UK)
Q&A: virtual pre recorded Q&A with Dir. Livia De Paolis and other cast and crew TBC.
Visit Oakville

Sunday, June 26th 5:30pm


Canada | Indigenous/Sci-Fi | 1hr 26m

Synopsis: When Maika and her ragtag friends discover an alien invasion in their tiny Inuit hamlet, it’s up to them to save the day. Utilizing their makeshift weapons and horror movie knowledge, the aliens realize you don’t mess with girls from Pang.

Director: Nyla Innuksuk
Starring: Tasiana Shirley, Alexis Wolfe, Nalajoss Ellsworth
FILM FACT:  Using the metaphor of the alien invasion for the encroachment of “white” culture on Inuit lands, “Slash/Back” reverses the traditional tropes of “Indians” attacking “whites”
SHORT FILMS: S.O.S. (dir. Sarah Hafner, France), Hungy (dir. Georgia Kavanaugh, Canada), Nuisance Bear (dir. Jack Weisman & Gabriela Osio Vanden, Canada)
Q&A: virtual pre recorded Q&A with Director Nyla Inuksuk.

Sunday, June 26th 8:00pm


Oakville Premiere | Canada | Comedy | 1hr 52m

Synopsis: In small-town British Columbia, Canada, awkward teen Mike Drinkwater has trouble fitting in and is bullied by his antagonist and rival: wealthy school jock, Luke Ryan. While Mike’s offbeat father, Hank, spends more time defrauding the government than being a role model; Hank is dealing with his own longstanding condemnation by Luke’s father Wesley Ryan, which seems to fuel Luke’s hostility towards Mike. Enter Wallace, a young girl from the United States who is adjusting to life in a new place while recovering from her own personal tragedy. Wallace’s strength of character helps transform her life and the lives of the people around her.

(Closing Night Film) 

Director: Stephen S. Campanelli
Starring: Eric McCormack, Daniel Doheny, Louriza Tronco
FILM FACT:  The movie Drinkwater is actually based on an 70-minute movie called “Change of Pace” that was shot on Super 8 film in and around Grimsby, Ontario back in 1981, by Graham Fraser and Mike Drinkwater.
SHORT FILMS: Forever Young (dir. Michel Arribehaute, Nicolas Arribehaute, Sacha Arribehaute, Robinson Arribehaute, France), Quarterlife Cruisers (dir. Karlijn Koel, Netherlands), Mikey’s Cubby (dir. Fawn Lenna, Canada)
Q&A: live Q&A Daniel Doheney (actor)  and others from the cast and crew.
Bum Outdoor Furniture

Sunday, June 26th 8:30pm


Canadian Theatrical Premiere | Canada | Drama/Sci-Fi | 1hr 33m

Synopsis: Set in the not-so-distant future, Dr. Jennifer Ashgrove – one of the world’s top scientists – is battling to find a cure to a crisis that affects the world’s water supply. As the weight of the world takes its toll, she retreats to the countryside with her husband in a bid to clear her mind. But their relationship is strained, and they soon realize that their ability to save their marriage will literally determine the fate of humankind itself.

(Closing Night Film) 

Director: Jeremy Lalonde
Starring: Amanda Brugel, Jonas Chernick, Shawn Doyle
FILM FACT:  People who purchase a ticket for Ashgrove get a free link for a documentary on the making of Ashgrove.
SHORT FILMS: Y (Water in Guarani) (dir. Cris Arana, Paraguay), Saint Android (dir. Lukas von Berg, Germany), Diptera (dir. Anna Harestad, Canada)
Q&A: Dir. Jeremy Lalonde, Actor Jonas Chernick, Amanda Brugel, plus others from the cast and crew live.
Sponsor: Caju Multimedia


A Slice of Life

Enjoy a selection of shorts exclusively available in an online screening from around the world. This programme highlights human stories, whimsical worlds, music, laughs and quirky characters.

  • 7 LBS 8 OZ, dir. Yoo Lee (USA)
  • And He Said Yes!, dir. Gintarė Parulytė (Luxembourg)
  • Echo, dir. Sergio Kotsovoulos (Greece)
  • Feeling Through, dir. Doug Roland (USA)
  • Hatha, dir. Asia Youngman (Canada)
  • Landline, dir. Matt Prazak (Canada)
  • Life Stream, dir. Hao-Tai Wang (Taiwan)
  • Space Woman, dir. Hadi Moussally (France/Lebanon)
  • Thanks Again!, dir. Yifan Jiang (China)
  • When The Rain Sets In, dir. James Hughes (UK)
  • Rat Snacks, dir. Antony Kos
  • Hot Toddy (dir. Mary Sette, USA)
  • Break Any Spell, dir. Anton Jøsef
  • Otterly in Love, dir. Ella Ye
  • Baduk, dir. Induk Lee

Drama and Thrills

Enjoy a selection of shorts exclusively available in an online screening from around the world. This programme highlights hard-hitting drama, reflections on life and death, thrillers and important issues.

  • A Cigarette, dir. Somin Lee (South Korea)
  • A New Perspective, dir. Emanuela Ponzano (Italy)
  • A World Free Of Crisis, dir. Ted Hardy-Carnac (France)
  • Al Bahr, dir. Vanessa Chauvin Degenne (France)
  • Housemaid #2, dir. Roxanne Stam (Netherlands)
  • Inertia, dir. Mat Johns (UK)
  • Mulligan, dir. Mathias Lundin (Canada)
  • Russian Vodka, dir. Seyed Payam Hosseini (Iran)
  • Til It Blooms, dir. Wendy Xu (Canada)
  • The Way Home (dir. Sydney Sidoriak, Canada)
  • Soarin’ (dir. Carla Lugo, Canada)
  • Sons of Toledo (dir. Monty Cole, USA)
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