Director: Nika Shahbazzadeh
Borna and Ahoo have conflict to send their dog, Ruthie to a dog fight competition and it will have consequences.
Director: Sophya Kebets
On her late-night shift, an oblivious cleaner gets ready to clean and to bust some moves in a lawyer’s office. She cleans up the bad deeds of an intruder that has ravaged the office.
Director: Diljá Jökulrós Pétursdóttir
My film is called “Villimey” and it’s about the lives of two teenage girls from a small town in the countryside. They are half-wits, but they both grow up in difficult home conditions and rely on each other a lot. I would describe the story as a rather surreal drama but at the same time something that people relate to and is the life of many. A difficult but memorable period that has it’s beauty and creates the history of the future. I imagine that a lot of people of all ages could relate to this film, the period of the film is 92' and these are true stories from a group of friends.
Director: Antonin Niclass
Even in a lonely, revolting and boring place such as a coach station, a little bit of harmony can always be found...
Director: Mehrdad Azizi Parsa
Houra is pregnant with her fourth child, but the baby's gender creates a complex situation. Her husband's family demands a boy for their inheritance plans, yet Houra's pregnancy is dangerous, and the doctor warns it could threaten her life. With a history of miscarriages, Houra must decide between the pressure to give birth to a male heir and the prospects of endangering her health.
Director: Oddur S. Hilmarsson
Leif, a man with a mysterious fear of the ocean and suppressed memories of bullying, confronts his former tormentor at a middle school reunion in order to uncover the truth, find peace and maybe understand what happened in his past.