10 AM - 12 PM

This screening session features 9 short films. All films will be English spoken and/or English subtitled.


Park Theatre

560 32nd Street,

Union City,

NJ 07087


Tickets will go on sale in 2022:

Regular: $20

The Scroll Of The Prophet Isaiah (Canada)

By Jake Kovnat

"One day, in May of 2018 as I was driving through Niagara Falls, NY, I passed a home unlike anything I had ever seen before. I slammed on the brakes and reversed to take some pictures of this stunning and unusual work of art tucked away in an otherwise unremarkable neighborhood. As I finished, a man who was sitting across the street called me over to talk. His name was Isaiah and the conversation that began on that day culminated in this short film. Maybe our encounter was meant to be." Running time: 00:03:08.


The Scroll of The Prophet Isaiah (Canada

Everything Is Under Control (U.K.)

By Roland Denning

A story told by machines to humans in a world that has crashed and then been re-booted from a back-up. But the back-up was faulty and glitches are increasingly apparent. Have human beings and machines merged? Is the whole world counterfeit? Is free will illusion? Our machine is an unreliable narrator if ever there was one. The machines tell us that everything is under control, but can we believe them? Constructed out of archive material and an AI synthesised voice. A wry philosophical reflection on our current predicament. Running time: 00:06:25



My Own Landscapes (France)

By Antoine Chapon

A former military game designer was spotted in a video game competition organized by the army. Before going to war, he made video game scenarios that prepared soldiers to cultural shocks and healed trauma. Once back from the war, his relationship with his identity, with life and with the video game changed. Running time: 00:18:42


My Own Landscapes (France) by Antoine Ch

Contact (Canada)

By Frédéric Desjardins

In a world where technology often makes it possible to do without others, a man works, lives and carries out all of his activities alone. Running time: 00:09:03


Moto (Canada)

By Brian Sokolowski

A 2 ½ minute filmic essay shot at a pro national motocross race in Southwick, Massachusetts, in which the director recalls a death he witnessed during teenage years spent racing dirt bikes. Running time: 00:02:34

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Ophelia (France)

By Hadi Moussally

A tribute to the Pre-raphaelite brotherhood by telling the story of the creation of some of the most famous paintings, especially the most known "Ophelia" by Sir John Everett Millais. Where we can see nature taking more and more place in the art. The group's intention was to reform art by rejecting what it considered the mechanistic approach. Running time: 00:06:06

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Hotel Stadt Altona (Germany)

By Sophia Schachtner

The team at Hotel Stadt Altona wishes you a warm welcome and a pleasant stay. Running time: 00:05:16

Hotel Stadt Altona (Germany) by Sophia S

Cass & Lex (Germany)

By Phillip Kaminiak

In his directorial debut, Berlin and Mexico City-based cinematographer Phillip Kaminiak embarks on a personal project where he attempts to deal with his previous relationships by training a lens on real-life couple Cassandre Clerc and Johannes Lex. By documenting their lives and translating their relationship into Dance, 'CASS & LEX' tells a poem about the beauty and the horror of love. Running time: 00:04:47

CASS & LEX (Germany) by Phillip Kaminiak

Good Girls Don't Get Beaten (Belarus)

By Halina Adamovich

Excessive use of force in self-defense is among the most wide-spread reasons why women are put in prison. Over 140 countries of the world have laws against domestic violence. There’s no such law in the Republic of Belarus. Running time: 00:52:00


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