Sunday, Mar 31, 2019 • 2:00 PM
The Paramount Center
Featuring international films by a selection of new talents, this year’s lineup includes lyrical works from Spain and Sweden, a brilliant coming of age short from the Netherlands, and a bittersweet love story from Israel. Viewer discretion is advised. Curated by Giuseppe Di Caprio.
Fifth Floor on the Left
When Maja's parents come to Zagreb to visit their daughter, Nika and Maja cover their faces with masks and start playing the game Nika has grown very tired of.
Directed by Renata Lučić 15 m
Udi, a young architect from Tel Aviv, agrees to go along with his partner Nimrod's proposal to have a threesome with another man. The night the three men spend together makes Udi question his relationship with Nimrod.
Directed by Lior Soroka 22 m
The Half Wall
A couple's lunch break does not go as planned when they start a discussion about how they can renovate their cabin bathroom.
Directed by Ida H. Eldøen 6 m
Don't Call Me Bro
Cheyenne is the only girl in an all-boy football team. One day, a new boy with something mysterious about him joins the team.
Directed by Gina Wenzel 19 m
Turn It Around
At a house party fifteen year old Bram is surrounded by friends and draws the attention of many pretty girls. But he has no interest in them. He has fallen hopelessly in love with the pretty boy on the dance floor: seventeen year old Florian.
Directed by Niels Bourgonje 9 m
The fears and insecurities of two teenagers, Sara and Helena, come to light during a bike ride.
Directed by Fernando Lorenzana Gamez 18 m
Every day a teacher witnesses one of his students being attacked by homophobics. Since the teacher himself lives with the fear of becomig the target object of his students, he dares not to stand up for the student.!
Directed by Jannik Gensler 9 m Drama
Pictures of Leo
Nicholas gets an unexpected visit from the past, and memories of life choices and long lost love are brought back to life.
Directed by Eric Rusch 14 m
A Friend of Dorothy
Gabrielle comes home and finds her two dads in distress, they want to have a serious talk.
Directed by Joakim S. Hammond 5 m