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A Quest For Peace: Nonviolence Among Religions

USA | 2012 | 10 minutes | Matthew Evans

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A passionate a look at one of the most pressing issues in our modern society: violence among religions.

Battle of amfAR

USA | 2013 | 40 minutes | Jeffrey Friedman, Rob Epstein

Epstein and Friedman (The Celluloid Closet, Paragraph 175) recount the creation of the American Foundation for AIDS Research, centering on the partnership between research scientist Dr. Mathilde Krim and movie star Elizabeth Taylor.

Eating Lunch

Sweden | 2013 | 13 minutes | Sanna Lenken

Five young patients try to eat lunch together where every bite is a triumph.

Good Karma $1

USA | 2012 | 15 minutes | Amy Laslett, Jason Berger

When you’re left with nothing to tell your message, what do you do?

Mobile Homes

USA | 2012 | 14 minutes | Vladimir de Fontenay

Live Action Short Film: Special Jury Prize

A pregnant woman chooses to escape her bleak existence when she realizes her son might be taken away from her.

No Regrets

United Kingdom | 2012 | 7 minutes | Alfie Barker

A heartbreaking tale of Grace, a woman with alzheimers and her regular calls to her son.

Nude Photos!

USA | 2012 | 9 minutes | Joann Self Selvidge

In 1971, Murray Riss curated a contemporary photography show at the Memphis Academy of Arts, sparking a city-wide controversy and kidnapping scandal.

On His Own Two Feet

Russia | 2012 | 33 | Natasha Shaginian-Needham, Vailiy Arkanov

Born without legs and abandoned in an orphanage, Sasha Shulchey's life looked bleak, until he met Natasha Shaginian-Needham, founder of Happy Families International Center, changing both their lives forever. 

Today

USA | 2012 | 9 minutes | Phillip Montgomery

Documentary Short Film: Special Jury Prize

When Dr. Panklaj Parekh, the man charge of clean drinking water in LA, suffers a tragic accident, he is faced with new, unthinkably difficult challenges.

Walking the Dogs

United Kingdom | 2012 | 27 minutes | Jeremy Brock

A Buckingham Palace guard takes the Queen’s corgis out for a walk and while he’s away an intruder breaks in for a chat with the monarch.