Dog Food (18 m.) Directed by Brian Crano. When a butcher loses his dog and befriends a flirtatious young woman, a bizarre
evening ensues. More info: www.dogfoodfilm.com
Entre Chien et Loup (Spare Change) (17m.) Directed by Daniel Isaiah Schader. From Canada. Old college friends Sophie and Dave run into each other for the first time in a decade. Dave, now homeless, takes a shower and spends the evening at Sophie’s but will the two reunite to the benefit of both of them?
Homophonic (3 m.) Directed by Jim Jermanok. A comic take on gay marriage rights. More info: www.homophoniathefilm.wix.com
In der Stille der Nacht (In the Still of the Night) (13 m.) Directed by Erich Steiner. From Austria, with subtitles. A family faces a dramatic decision on a night that will be remembered.
Mouse-X (15 m.) Directed by Justin Tagg. From U.K. A man wakes up in a building with no idea where he is or how he got there. Slowly he discovers that in each of the rooms around him are a a thousand clones of himself, all of whom woke into the same mysterious scenario. More info: www.mouse-x.com
Only Gilt (11 m.) Directed by Lara Del Arte. From Australia. Eleven year old Gary is in love with the girl next door. But when he’s asked to take care of her pet budgie he must resort to extreme measures to cover up a mistake. More info: www.onlygilt.com
Verbatim (7 m.) Directed by Brett Weiner. A jaded lawyer wastes the better part of an afternoon trying to figure out if a dim-witted government employee has ever used a photocopier. Based on verbatim dialog from an actual deposition. A 2014 Sundance Film Festival selection.
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