Next Film Festival Event: Saturday September 12th 8pm (Virtual)

WATCH the next festival TONIGHT (SEPTEMBER 12th) for FREE; 8pm EST (5pm on the West Coast.). Featuring the BEST FEMALE DIRECTED Short Films from around the world today:
SEPTEMBER 12, 2020

BRONAGH, 13min., Ireland, Drama/Thriller

Directed by Jessica Courtney Leen, Megan Haly

Bronagh isolates herself in a foreign place to be alone with grief, but caught between imagination and reality she soon invents some contrary coping mechanisms.

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A LOVE STORY, 15min., USA, Drama

Directed by Kristen Batko

A teenage girl, coping with a broken home, finds solace in the arms of her boyfriend—but their passionate relationship is not quite what it seems.

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LOVE ME TENDER, 5min., France, Drama

Directed by Juliette Blanche

A teenager with an obsolete physique undergoes the fatality of being sequestered by her mother since her birth but, by discovering the power of her body by a first orgasm, she one day perceives the evil power of her mother on her … until emancipate.

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SHARDS , 8min., Canada, Drama/Experimental

Directed by Elena Gorgevska

Following a sexual assault, a woman struggles to overcome the inner demons that now plague her from the attack. Through self-degradation, deprecation, and depression, viewers experience how detrimental being a victim of sexual assault truly is. With perseverance and unwillingness to give up, the woman, prevails and conquers the tragedy and only grows stronger from it.

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UNBORN, 15min., USA, Drama/Family

Directed by Rashmi Rustagi

Set in a small town in California and inspired by true events, Unborn is the story of a pregnant mother of two girls who feels the pressure to abort the pregnancy in order to fulfill her family’s desire to have a boy.

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STAND TOGETHER, 5min., USA, Experimental

Directed by Lena Groves

Liberty finds herself confronted by issues of global importance and is overwhelmed by emotion and the desire to help and change whatever she can. She is faced with the dilemma of not being able to save everyone or solve every issue by herself. She starts to lose hope but is brought out of her despair by the victims of various global epidemics standing together and uniting to combat such issues.

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ARROWHEAD HILL, THE 66 YEARS FROZEN IN TIME, 17min., South Korea, Documentary

Directed by Jo, Min-gyeong

Arrowhead Hill in DMZ that place where the remains of soldiers who participated in the Korean War are buried. The Korean government has begun to excavate the remains. The soldier father, who died at 23, meets his 69-year-old son.

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MY DINNER WITH SCHWARTZEY, 15min., USA, Drama/Fantasy

Directed by Melissa Skirboll

When a starry-eyed 16 year-old is introduced to the outrageous downtown NYC art/rock scene by a powerful music producer with a penchant for teens, she is tempted by the glitzy lifestyle until a mystery woman provides a glimpse into her possible future.

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LOOKING GLASS, 5min., USA, Drama/Experimental

Directed by Joslyn Rose Lyons

Starring Los Angeles based artist JALLAL, embraces the struggle to overcome complacency, and embodies the spirit of Oakland’s creative community.

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WIVES OF THE SKIES, 21min. , USA, Drama

Directed by Honey Lauren

Wives of the Skies, set in 1965, stars two stewardesses, Fran and Marcy. Derrick, a British photojournalist interviews them as ‘subjects” for his “documentary film” and they are revealed as very different then Derrick ever hoped for or could possibly have expected. As they get to know each other, Wives Of The Skies makes a contemporary socio-cultural statement regarding the meme of “the good girl, drawn bad”. It clarifies the impact of the overarching “men’s gaze” which objectifies women as carnal sex objects men seek, while they look for love. Along the way, addressing the primitive issue of Trust vs. Mistrust, Wives Of the Skies displays the Japanese art of rope binding, Kinbaku.

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