A surreal dark comedy that chronicles a frantic month in the life of a middle-aged nobody named Henford (Mark Camacho). As public demand for his “ecstasy note” grows out of control, Henford is drawn into the center of a rising maelstrom of addiction and chaos.
A young man fabricates a simple sock puppet, not knowing the abuse the entity will soon inflict. Through an escalating series of torture, the possessed puppet takes on the embodiment of fear, chaos, and willful self-destruction.
THE UNIVERSAL HANGING TOGETHER OF ALL THINGS, Canada, Comedy, 7 min., directed by Pete Huang
Two concepts control the universe: karma and synchronicity. Together, the two ideas form "The Universal Hanging Together of All Things," a story of two men, Roman Huedan, a religious terrorist, and L. Martin Carlyle, the spitting image of gluttony.
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HELP IS COMING, USA, Drama, 7 min., directed by Ben Mor
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina's aftermath, three youths survey the desolate wasteland only to find a suspicious-looking package.
FILMED ENTIRELY IN THE LOWER 9TH WARD NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Dec. 20,21,22 2005
INHERITANCE, Canada, Animation, 6 min., directed by Mike Weiss
A bedazzled young boy learns a valuable lesson about patience and gains a further understanding of the machinations of life - via one mysterious cheeselog.
SWEET DREAMS, USA, Drama, 6 min., directed by Irin Evers
A man comes to the realization that his childhood dreams have slipped away.
HE WORKS IN A SUIT, Australia, Thriller, 7min., directed by Robert Davies
Two strangers meet on the open road, both harboring a different objective but unknowingly sharing the same destiny.
BREAD, SALT AND WATER, Canada, Drama, 9 min., directed by Ken Kabatoff
The pacifist histories of a Doukhobour boy, Adam Zaytsoff, and a girl whose parents Vietnam war resistors cause conflict at their government-mandated high school Remembrance Day assembly.
A rebellious teen is held after class and told to write lines as punishment for misbehaviour. When her dorky teacher tries to connect with her and lectures her on the benefits of "fitting in", the teen decides that enough is enough.