By Alexey Frenkel - 18 min - Russian Federation
Three generations of the family lived all together. But then everything changed. The grandma remained alone, her granddaughter visits her less and less and her daughter doesn’t see her at all. A moth appears in the flat of the old woman and it is impossible to get rid of her. Because the moth is the loneliness.
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I Will Miss Your Company
Saturday, July 13, 2019
The Wind Phone
By Kristen Gerweck - 16 min - Austria, United States
Inspired by true events, THE WIND PHONE intimately follows the emotional journeys of seven strangers. Each is drawn to the same remote and eerie phone booth on a Japanese cliffside, although their conversations couldn’t seem more different. Whereas one caller seeks forgiveness for a fatal transgression and another grapples with a twisted betrayal, others’ motivations are not clear at first. It is not until one of the callers extends a consoling hand to another, that we begin to understand that they are all connected by one harrowing reality.
I Think My Dead Sister is Following Me Around
By David Nobles - 14 min - USA
A woman begins to see her dead sister, and as the ghost lingers, it eventually brings up their fractured relationship.
By Jean-Luc Julien - 10 min - Germany
A grieving father struggling to accept the death of his teenage daughter comes face to face with her living doppelganger.
The Loneliest Man in the World by Pacifico
By Tiffany Sewell, Jonathan Downing - 4 min - USA
The video was made as a metaphor for the creative process as a whole, a visualization of the often lonely and often beautiful cycle of creating and sharing.
The Neighbors’ Window
By Marshall Curry - 20 min - USA
The story of a middle aged woman with small children whose life is shaken up when two free-spirited twenty-somethings move in across the street. It is the first foray into fiction by three-time Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker, Marshall Curry.