Fire and Light
(dir. Dana Johnson, US, documentary, 10.5 minutes)
Four siblings with autism find an unusual path to healing: fire dancing.
(dir. Julio Mas Alcaraz, Spain, documentary, 11.5 minutes)
One night spent with Enrique, a man who chooses to sleep every night in Terminal 4 of Madrid Airport.
@ Beautiful Mountains
(dir. Teng Chen, China, documentary, 40 minutes)
In the 500-year-old village of Meishan, over half the population has left for the cities. The film follows a 26-year-old entrepreneur who aspires to bring the internet age to his rural hometown, and a 90-year-old master of traditional dance who tries to pass on his centuries-old expertise to the next generation.
Every Ghost Has an Orchestra
(dir. Shayna Connelly, US, documentary, 7 minutes)
The universal question of what happens after we die is explored by paranormal researcher and experimental composter Michael Esposito. Warning: contains high-pitched sounds and feedback noise.
Waking a Monster
(dir. Mirjam Clement, US, documentary, 20 minutes)
Told in his own words, and through puppetry, animation and mixed media, Academy Award-winning special effects and makeup artist Howard Berger reflects on his lifelong fascination of classic movie monsters.