Greece, 2017, Sofia Georgovassili
Three women in one house. A family in three generations tries to accustom itself to the imminent death of one of its members, practicing exercises in search of balance in this fragile yet immediate future. But what happens when one tries to tame grief?
Russia, 2017, Daria Vlasova
A modern family runs a perfect house and lives an ideal life until one day they notice a cow in the middle of their kitchen.
Estonia, 2017, Anna Hints
Harri is a lieutenant colonel in the Estonian army. Divorced, he only sees his 10-year old son during school holidays. Harri decides to make up for lost time by going on an adventurous father-son winter trip to an island. Missing the last ferry, Harri decides to take a local ice road over the frozen sea. On the vast snowy desert memories of the past collide with the present.
Sweden, 2017, Joanna Rytel
After last years success with Moms On Fire, Rytel now returns with a new short that challenges ideas of gender and motherhood. A woman in her 40s prepares for the date of evening, while telling her child to keep out of the way. With her unique style and dialogue, Rytel makes an outstanding come back.
Blueberry Spirits, "Mellenu gari"
Latvia, 2016, Astra Zoldnere
A poetic documentary about a Roma family that spends their summers in the Latvian forests, picking berries to make a living. While harvesting the fruits of the forest, they reflect on their identity as a group by sharing ghost stories.
For A Good Time
For A Good Time
United States, 2016, Aaemilla Scott
The story of Jane who, grieving over the loss of her mother, has a meltdown in a flower shop. Out of options and out of her mind, she decides to call a number written on the wall. The person who answers is the last one you’d expect, and just the one she needs.