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Fourth Musketeer - At the behest of his father, young d'Artagnan travels from rural Gascony to Paris, where he becomes embroiled in a devious plot between the King's Musketeers and the Guardsmen of Cardinal Richelieu.
2022. Stars: Sean Cronin, Ciaron Davies, Ade Dimberline
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Vampire Virus - A young woman contracts a deadly virus after an unusual encounter, and soon develops a taste for human blood.
2020. Stars: Natalie Martins, Derek Nelson, Jéssica Alonso
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Audre and her husband Jason are trying to start a family. But then Audrey attends her pregnant sister's party, full of kids and her sister's "Lamaze-ma" group. It's as if Audre has been dropped off on another planet, full of maternal domesticity.

At the party, Audre deals with questions about being adopted, her fertility and her baby-making plans, often in off-putting and tone-deaf conversations. And as the afternoon turns into evening, Audrey must face and come to terms with her fears and ambivalence about pregnancy and motherhood.

Written and directed by Ashley Paige Brim, this thoughtful short dramedy has a measured, almost gentle approach to knotty emotional territory. It weaves a character-centered narrative with lovely naturalistic visuals and a touch of quirky observational humor, offering insight into how identity, societal expectations, relationship dynamics and biology intertwine to Audre's decision to become a mother fraught with both longing and apprehension. It's also a deft portrait of the unique psychological cross-currents that adopted children navigate when they grow up and start families of their own.

The well-paced, perceptive writing is especially good at capturing the discomfort Audre feels when the private matters of getting pregnant and starting a family become communal conversation topics. That discomfort increases at her sister's party, captured in scenes that are both sharply observant about the social mores around women and fertility and dryly witty about people's lack of filter.

Adding to the emotional complexity are Audre's unresolved feelings about her identity as an adopted child, particularly as a Black child adopted into a white family. Actor Diarra Kilpatrick juggles these many layers with a graceful, honest performance, made all the more compelling by how much she can't say. Faced with the milestone of becoming a mother herself, Audre must confront what it meant for her birth mother to give her up.

"The Goldfish" doesn't end with any tidy conclusions, but rather with an open-ended line of inquiry for Audre as she grapples with her ambivalence. The film is less about easy answers, and more about an honest, heartfelt and wise representation of the vagaries of getting pregnant and becoming a parent. It's a deeply personal, often private conversation, or even a battle, as many dealing with infertility can attest. It's also an enormous undertaking and transformation -- a common one, but also quietly earth-shattering in its capacity for both joy and sorrow.

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Billy has come back to his small English hometown after a stint as a war photographer. He has joined his family's newspaper staff, which is run by his brother Roman, who is trying to breathe new life into the small publication. But Billy feels like working on the village paper is beneath him, where the biggest story so far is a mysterious vegetable produce slasher.

But when the brothers decide to stake out a garden to catch the courgette slasher in action in hopes of landing a big story, Billy confronts the damage of his past and has a chance to reconnect with Roman.

Written and directed by Max McCabe, this amiable short comedy is a riff on the great tradition of small-town stories lived with cheekily outsized stakes and emotion. Elements of the whodunit and an affectionately satirical portrait of English village life make up part of the storytelling mix, but the real heart of the story comes from the relationship with the two brothers, whose opposing experiences and desires become reconciled through misadventure.

The comedy comes from the paradox of taking something small seriously, and in this particular village, it's a "courgette slasher." (That's zucchini to those more familiar with American English.) Someone is getting revenge for a town council battle by slashing the garden produce of those who voted a particular way on a recent resolution, and the village paper is hot on the trail.

The writing has a lot of fun with sprinkling the details of village life through the witty dialogue, but it's delivered with such wryness and quicksilver pacing that it's never over the top or too screwball. The rhythm and tenor of the film remain similarly low-key, which brings the characters to the fore. Former war photographer Billy is charged with taking dramatic photos for social media and publication, and he's brought low by the task.

His past work has also given him PTSD, and he's also depressed, which the film handles with equanimity. Actor Dylan Edwards plays Billy's mental health struggles with straightforward precision and an understatement that allows his travails to sit seamlessly within the comic milieu. It allows for a moment for the brothers to bond and opens up a much-needed conversation between them that brings them closer. And when the courgette slasher shows up, they can finally work together as a unit to bring him down.

"Hometown Hero" has a sincere message about men and mental health, but it's gently folded into a delightful British comedy that ripples with ironic wit, affectionate satire and just a touch of mordant humor. It offers not just an entertaining story, but a small, comforting slice of the world where the biggest news event is a series of smashed squashes. But the film is also aware of the collateral damage of a larger, more complex world, and it offers a sweetly hopeful portrait of a community and relationship where there's openness and kindness to help healing, along with a dose of laughter.

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Camilla is a photographer currently freelancing on the celebrity candid circuit, grabbing pictures of movie and music stars that she can sell to tabloids and other entertainment news outlets. She wants more for herself as an artist, but she also has taken on the financial and emotional responsibility of helping her sister Esme get the treatment she needs to treat her long-term eating disorder. So Camilla needs to keep freelancing as a paparazzi photographer to pay the growing number of bills.

When Esme's outpatient facility tells Camilla that she's late on payments, Camilla awkwardly calls in a favor for a tip and gets one: a prominent pop star has entered a private rehab, and the first pics will command a large amount of money. Camilla goes in pursuit of the now reclusive singer but is faced with an ethical and moral dilemma.

Written and directed by Aurora Fearnley, this short drama begins with a crackle and snap of glamour, as a young star descends onto the front steps of a hotel entrance amid a halo of beauty and privilege and a battalion of camera flashes and snaps. Captured with grandly sweeping camera movements of old Hollywood, the focus on the star's appearance nimbly shifts onto one of the photographers in the pack, a scrappy-looking young woman snapping away, the only female amidst a male-dominated profession. She accidentally gets a snap of the young star's exposed breast, but deletes it, foregoing what would likely be a well-paid shot in consideration for the girl's age and situation.

That opening sequence sets up both a character and situation that is thoroughly challenged in a carefully constructed script, which unspools with deft direction and storytelling. As expected from a narrative about a photographer, the film has a light-filled naturalistic visual and rhythm that reflects the off-hand energy of Camilla's work, but the storytelling is especially impressive in how it explores an unusual level of intellectual, moral and emotional inquiry, especially for a short film.

As Camilla grapples with one hard situation after another -- and not always gracefully -- the story interrogates notions of sexual currency, celebrity, fame, privilege, feminism, exploitative media culture and particularly the relationship between Esme's anorexia and the images that Camilla now takes. These currents intersect in fascinating ways in the story, but they also make Camilla's choices as a character increasingly hard.

This is heady territory, but the film always remains emotionally engaging, thanks to an unwavering focus on a strongly delineated character, played beautifully by actor Sian Hill. As Camilla, she is simultaneously tough, loving, fierce, loyal and intelligent. She is also growing overwhelmed by the responsibility to her sister Esme, which drives her to grasp at a golden opportunity -- but it may finally compromise her morally.

Well-crafted, richly drawn and excellently written, "Paparazza" is simultaneously a story of a sister who will do anything to help her sibling, an artist trapped in the merciless dictates of her job and a woman who must face her complicity in oppression. Its masterful final scene is both an unwitting confrontation, not just of a character about to achieve her objective, but of a woman facing the limits of her moral compass. Camilla must train her lens and her way of seeing not just on the stars she stalks, but on herself -- and discovers she may not like what she finds.

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Kuda is a young boy who lives in a desolate coastal town with his older sibling Kai and his single mother. Kuda enjoys a close, loving bond with Kai. They enjoy surfing together and telling each other stories, particularly one about mermaids in the ocean.

But outside their bubble, life is hard for Kai, who is bullied for the feminine aspects of their self-presentation. Kai likes glitter and sequins, and even Kuda sees that Kai's soul is like a mermaid's: otherworldly, poetic, dreamlike and emotive. When the bullying hits a crisis point, Kuda thinks he's lost Kai forever, but the true magic of Kai's soul makes itself seen, despite the ugliness of the world around them.

Writer-director Alfie Dale's deeply affecting dramatic short combines textured, muted social realism with a lovely, evocative fairy tale in poetic, imaginative ways, offering up a story that is about the anchor of unconditional familial love and the full expression of one's self.

The visuals of the film are exceptional, capturing both the gritty desolate beauty of the coast and the lucid, lyrical flights of fancy that characterize Kai's imagination. These gorgeous underwater shots are soulful and evocative; they're beautiful to look at, but they also allow us to experience Kai their own terms, blurring the lines between genders and even between myth and reality, which may be more to the point when it comes to Kai.

The writing and editing, too, have a gentle fluidity, moving between the dramatic events of reality and the deep-dives into imagination. The storytelling is compelling throughout, building character and tension in powerful, gripping scenes that bring us into Kai's worlds, as seen through Kuda's eyes. That framing of innocence and love is important because Kuda seems something fundamental that even his mother cannot: Kai is just different at the deepest level of spirit and soul, which is mermaid-like, sensitive and darkly beautiful.

Young actors Cameron Maydale as Kai and Aidan Broderick as Kuda play the siblings with palpable connection and understated naturalness, forming the film's tender core. And ultimately, this fierce, loyal unconditional love is what pulls Kai out of the darkest depths when life becomes unbearable and threatens to drown them in pain and suffering.

Many films about gender nonconformity focus on the biological and physical, but what makes "My Brother Is a Mermaid" exceptional is how it grounds the audience within Kai's spiritual and emotional experience. Like Kuda, we come to see that Kai's soul is uniquely otherworldly, traversing oceanic realms of fluidity, emotion and imagination with delicacy and glamour, much like the mythical mermaids themselves.

In a world that is drab, ordinary and full of financial and emotional poverty, Kai wants to live on the level of myth and archetype. "My Brother Is a Mermaid" asks us to remember this impulse when we wanted to be fairies, tricksters, superheroes, gods, royalty, demons or angels -- when we wanted to feel and experience something bigger than ourselves, and dare to bring wild imagination into our daily lives.

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A first-time father rushes to a hospital in the middle of the night. Sam has been delayed on a business flight and missed the birth of his newborn son. But he and his wife, Linda, are overjoyed with the new addition to their family.

But their happiness shifts as the question of what to name him comes up. The discussion unearths the many layers of identity and family legacy that they have to navigate, causing the couple to question their own identities and that of their son's.

Writer-director Ray Savaya's dramatic short is a compact, powerfully focused snapshot of a husband and wife negotiating their future as their child enters the picture. Pivoting upon the decision of what to name their new baby, they have to decide if their child will take the father's Middle Eastern name, as per family tradition -- something that may affect the freedom and ease with which he navigates the world as he grows up.

Essentially a fraught conversation in real-time, the film is shot with a range of close-ups, which allows viewers to absorb the emotional intricacies of the dialogue and performances. This intimate style, along with quick editing, adds a level of claustrophobia and anxiousness as the tension rises. The writing is concise, economical and intelligently constructed, folding in both the emotional reality of a new child but also the burdens of new considerations.

These are brought to the fore by the dramatic circumstances that set up the film's narrative: Sam was delayed on the flight to join his wife because he was held up in security, due to suspicions about his name and background. Though his wife is understanding, Sam enters the story carrying a significant emotional weight, which affects his feelings about carrying on the family name and tradition.

Actors Samy Osman and Dalal Badr bring to life the couple's dynamic and the story's ideas and themes with precision and restraint. Osman in particular underscores the lifelong weight of having to live in the world with these omnipresent layers of suspicion and hostility. Even as a new parent, he doesn't want his son to navigate this burden. The act of trying to get his wife to understand his perspective also brings this POV to life for the audience -- and underscores just how lifelong and burdensome prejudice can be.

"Newborn" clearly begins from a place of tenderness, and its themes are underscored by the presence of the unnamed titular character, so new and innocent in the world. The price of Sam's heritage has weighed on him all his life, coming to a head when he contemplates what his son will experience, too.

With the presence of father and son, viewers have to confront both the beginning of a human's journey, just how early the baby may experience prejudice and, through the father, the incremental cost of such a weight. It brings to life just what it means to exist in this cycle, affecting multiple generations from choices and situations that should be solely about joy, celebration and wonder at the circle of life.

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Elise has battled depression all her life, and has recently hit rock bottom again. In the midst of her private battle, her mentor and friend Marlon suggests she connect with Jonah, a teenager battling severe depression of his own.

Cynical and wary, Elise thinks that nothing she says will make a difference. Her initial conversation with Jonah is forced and uncomfortable on both sides. But as they talk, it turns into a genuinely authentic connection -- and they may turn out to be the sign the other was looking for.

Directed by Candice Carella and written by Leah McKendrick, this heartfelt short drama is not just about depression, suicide and the most difficult experiences of human emotion. It's also about how we talk about difficult feelings and states of being, and how we talk to people going through these things -- focusing more on what to say instead of giving them the space to be open about what they're experiencing.

One of Elise's dilemmas is not knowing what to say to Jonah. She doesn't believe she can say what she calls "the thing": those magical words that will lift Jonah out of hopelessness and pull him back from the brink.

Yet for a film about not knowing what to say, the writing is solidly character-driven, with a searching, sometimes searing honesty, fearlessness about delving into darker emotions and a thread of mordant humor that adds sarcastic levity to the difficult subject matter. There's also a similar pared-down simplicity to the visuals, letting the dialogue and performances power the momentum.

Actor Hilary Curwen -- who also produced the film alongside Caity Ware -- anchors the story as Elise, combining gallows humor with intelligence, empathy and a wry, almost grizzled air of experience. She and fellow actor Markees Christmas as Jonah develop a wary rapport, and their conversational parrying and feints also capture the layers of defensiveness and shame that must be peeled back to talk honestly about what they're going through and experiencing. But when Elise jumps into this conversational space and says something almost harsh, she drives Jonah away -- and then fears the worst will happen.

Spiky, honest and ultimately heartwarming, "Unicorns" is unafraid of being earnest, open, and truthful about the massive black hole that is mental illness, particularly depression. It's unafraid of finding dark humor in this terrain, and of wearing its heart on its sleeve. In the end, Jonah and Elise aren't "cured," as Elise so acidly puts it -- but they also aren't alone. They can talk honestly with one another, and perhaps more importantly, feel listened to and heard. They have found a space with one another where they don't have to pretend, which provides some degree of relief, understanding and connection in a world that tiptoes around the darkness that they feel within.

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Based on a true story, filmmaker Oliver Goodrum tells a dark and tragic tale of a tiring mom who struggles to protect both herself and her disabled daughter from bullies.

She goes to the police, who repeatedly ignore her pleas for help, leading her to, ultimately, take matters into her own hands.

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Every now and then, we get a teacher who doesn't just connect with us -- they make us a better person in the world. Jeffrey Wright of Louisville, Ky. is one of those teachers.

He uses wacky experiments to teach high school kids about science and the universe. But it's his own personal story about his relationship with his disabled son that shows his students the true meaning of life.

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Filmmaker Reinaldo Marcus Green tells the story of Xavier, a talented high school baseball player with the potential for a full-ride sports scholarship to a good college.

On his way home from practice, he's stopped by the police. With his bright future in jeopardy, the confrontation is full of suspense and tension as they do a full search of him and his bag. If he's caught, his life would be destroyed -- jail time and a criminal background would virtually guarantee his scholarship would be revoked.

"The choice is up to you about whether you think stop-and-frisk is right or wrong. I’m presenting it in a very matter-of-fact way," Green said. "I think the issue needs to be addressed, and that’s why I made a film about it. I hope the film brings attention to this issue in a positive way that asks if there’s a more positive way to go about stopping people."

The ending hints that he realizes the risks and decides that some things aren't worth ruining a life for.

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After 7-years-old Jada lost her parents, the Department of Children and Family Services took her in. But understaffed and underfunded, Jada had few options for proper family placement.

So she ran away and lives alone on Venice Beach, making and selling stick people on the boardwalk to survive.

By following her through a day in her life, the story of who she is, why she is there, and who the man is that has come looking for her begins to unfold.

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Offline Dating is used with permission from Samuel Abrahams. Learn more at http://omele.to/2lFDNHC. Check out his BAFTA-nominated short Connect at http://omele.to/36fUeAx.

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Tom Greaves didn't want to meet his next date online. So he challenged himself to meet strangers face-to-face. The heartwarming result is a tale of modern romance by BAFTA nominated director Samuel Abrahams.

Shot in East London over one weekend, the film questions the status quo of internet dating, by challenging Abrahams's newly-single friend Greaves to find his next date -- offline -- and sparking an international press and social media debate on the effects of technology on dating.

Featured in The Guardian, USA Today, The Daily Mail, among other outlets, the film is a VOTD winner, a Shots.net contender and a winner of a Lovie Award, which celebrates Europe’s best online content. It was nominated for Best Short Film at the Webbys and also received an honorary mention in the Editing category.

"Offline Dating" made its worldwide theatrical premiere as part of the Official Selection of the BFI London Film Festival, and its North American premiere at Seattle International Film Festival.

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