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Get In the Truck

A small band of indie filmmakers is trying to perfect a shot. Attention to detail is everything. Directed by Neil Brookshire.

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Upside Down Revolution

One day, a man, condemned to crawl on the ground of a vast desert, finds himself face to face with a peculiar vertical mast, planted in the dirt. He approaches it and tries to cling to it. Rising slowly, he understands that this mast is perhaps his only way to escape the overwhelming gravity of his universe, and to soar to new horizons. But such an ascent is not without danger. Directed by Florent Médina.

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Professional Cuddler

Nadav, 29, is a young Israeli man who’s come to New York to pursue his dreams. By day, he plays the trumpet, and by night he works as a “Professional Cuddler” in order to finance his first album. He’s so successful at his night job, he stops renting an apartment of his own, and spends the winter nights in the homes of lonely women. Directed by Markus Kaatsch.

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A Swedish Classic

A woman in a tattered wedding gown wakes in the forest to the sound of a deafening car horn. She finds her husband in the crashed car nearby. He’s in bad shape but alive. In the wrecked interior, they start to talk about their relationship, which soon seems to be as demolished as their Saab. Directed by Måns Berthas.

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Il Tratto

Federico is an introvert and lonely child. A meeting with an old artist coming from Senegal helps him discover his talent and learn to see others for what they are. "The line" is a tale of a friendship that is founded on those differences that make each of us unique, and of the art of telling the story of ourselves through each other.  Directed by Alessandro Stevanon.

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Dreams of Giverny

A modern day ghost story told through the poetic use of classical ballet, set in the gardens and around the water lily pond of Claude Monet's home in Giverny, France. Directed by Alice Pennefather.

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The Eleven O'Clock

A psychiatrist earnestly tries to help his delusional patient, but his efforts are complicated by the fact that the patient believes himself to be the doctor. With each trying to out-analyze the other, their session spirals out of control. By Derin Seale and Josh Lawson.