Though conceived long before artificial intelligence became the popular force it is today, Cristina Iliescu’s debut short offers a compelling reminder of our latent responsibility in the teething stages of machine learning.
Yana Eresina’s family drama on toxic masculinity and femicide forces us to solve puzzle after puzzle.
In his short film debut, Stephen Vuillemin explores parasocial relationships, highlighting the pervasive feeling of surveillance that has become increasingly prevalent in our digital age.
The Sower of Stars strongly evocates meditative practices, as Lois Patiño yearns for moments of rest, inner peace and undisguised self-reflection.
In her debut film, Maria Estela Paiso presents a walk down memory lane as a horror show. The end of the world is nigh and frogs are raining down from the sky.
Hotel Royal is a complete work of fiction that draws heavily from the conditions of its creation, namely the COVID-19 pandemic.
Focusing on a boy who finds dark spots covering his arms, Sarina Nihei’s narrative expands into a vast conspiracy.
Jacqueline Lentzou seems to offer some solutions to our existential angst, as the title of her latest short film humorously suggests.