The Four Corners Of A Circle aka Las Cuatro Esquinas Del Circulo Directed by Katarina Stankovic 25 minutes
A young man is roaming through the city of Guanajuato accompanied by his friend. He is happy to be away from the hospital, which is a sad and cold place. The city is his home and brings back lost memories and emotions. Meanwhile, thousands of miles away in Belgrade, four women weave their own threads into the story. As one of them dressed as Frida Kahlo disappears into the spotlight of the theatre stage, she’s accompanied by the Serbian version of “Paloma Negra”, reminding us that only love is eternal in this fleeting world.
In/Out aka In/Ut Directed by Olivier Guerpillon 22 minutes Sweden
A young Swedish boy and his family come to Morocco for a day trip on a tourist bus from Spain.
They visit Tangier, the famous harbour city by the strait of Gibraltar, at the doorstep of Europe.
Mehdi is a street kid from Tangier with dreams of his own. Their paths will cross during some hot summer hours.
The Pain Directed by Ali Asgari, Iran, France 16 minutes
A young man suffers from severe toothache. On his visit to dentist, the doctor refuses to help him, and the quarrel ends up in a tragedy.
Semele Directed by Myrsini Aristidou Cyprus/Greece/USA 14 minutes
Semele will do anything to spend some time with her long absent father. A school note becomes just the excuse for her to visit him at his workplace, where her presence highlights their fragile relationship.
You And Me aka ÞÚ OG ÉG Directed by Asa Hjörleifsdóttir Iceland 14 minutes
Girl meets boy on a cold winter night. She’s a single mom, and he becomes less charming than she thought he was after she invites him home. As things are getting out of hand, her young daughter wakes up, and roles become reversed as they deal together with the aftermath.