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Miseducation

South Africa | 2012 | 5 minutes | Nadine Cloete

Kelina shares her world on her daily trip to school in a challenging township around Cape Town, South Africa.

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.

My Favorite Picture of You

USA | 2013 | 3 minutes | T.J. Martin

A short film by documentary Oscar-winners T.J. Martin and Dan Lindsay about Martin’s grandparents, told through a lifetime of family photos and an audio interview, encapsulating youth, old age, and everything in between.

My Right Eye (The Apple of my Eye)

Spain | 2012 | 13 minutes | Josecho de Linares

Live Action Short Film: Grand Jury Prize

On the last day of summer, Zurdo makes one last visit to his grandmother with the intuition that he may never see her again.

Mystery

Spain | 2013 | 11 minutes | Chema García Ibarra

They say that if you put your ear to the back of his neck, you can hear the Virgin speak.

Ned

USA | 2012 | 8 minutes | Greyson Horst

Ned thinks he is content with a life of solitude, but his world is about to change.

Net Worth

USA | 2013 | 10 minutes | Lane Stroud

Four local businesswomen and former season ticket holders joined forces and became a model of independent ownership in the WNBA on and off the court. As two time national champions, they are the winningest team in Seattle history. This is a story of investment, endurance and leadership—a community that saved itself.

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.

Noodle Fish

South Korea | 2012 | 10 minutes | Jin-man Kim

“To be a grown-up, you’ve got to get out of the water”—with this advice, a young fish finds himself in increasingly larger ponds.

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.

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