Daily Film Festivals

Daily Film Festivals

Showcase of the best short & feature films from around the world today.

Today's Showcase: A showcase of the best Documentary Short Films from around the world today.

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

EAT A SWEDE, 19min., Sweden
Directed by Daniel Hallberg
Would you eat human for humanity? By 2050, the global population will be 10 billion. How can we produce food without wrecking the planet? The aim of the campaign was to highlight this question, and Sweden’s answer. In the film Eat a Swede, viewers follow Erik Karlsson, a Swedish scientist with a controversial business idea: to produce and sell lab-grown human meat to feed our planet. But you know what, why eat a Swede, when you can eat Swedish!

ANGYIL, 4min., USA
Directed by Fanny Texier
Red Bull dancer Angyil McNeal meditates on her difficult childhood growing up in the hoods of Kansas City, and how she uses spirituality and dance as tools to understand life.

Îinha, 13min., UK
Directed by Jessie Knierim
For Jason Reed, salmon are synonymous with life. He has grown up on the banks of California’s Klamath River where the Karuk Tribe have depended on these salmon since time immemorial. But in recent years, nearly all the salmon have stopped returning to the river to spawn. To save the salmon and his cultural identity, Jason is turning to natural inspiration – the beaver. Historically, the pools created by beaver dams have provided lifesaving refuge to salmon before they venture out to the ocean. But beavers have been wiped out by hunting and due to California law, the Karuk people are forbidden from reintroducing beavers to their land. So Jason and his colleagues are working on a plan to save the salmon and attract beaver back to the area – they’re building dams themselves. If he succeeds, Jason will not only save the fate of the salmon, but the fate of his tribe.

CUIDANTSIQMI: Love and Care for the Land, 18min., Peru
Directed by Teo Belton
The Wari Indigenous people of the Llupa community, located below the Cordillera Blanca of the Peruvian Andes, are facing an environmental disaster that is directly affecting their physical and mental health.

Daily Film Festivals
  • Documentary Shorts Festival - Aug. 11/12 event

    See the full lineup of films:

    EAT A SWEDE, 19min., Sweden
    Directed by Daniel Hallberg
    Would you eat human for humanity? By 2050, the global population will be 10 billion. How can we produce food without wrecking the planet? The aim of the campaign was to highlight this question, and Sweden’s ans...

  • LGBTQ+ Shorts - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS Festival - Aug. 12/13 event

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    CROSS, 16min., USA, Drama/Family
    Directed by Hyunjin Lee
    A Korean immigrant mom in the US goes through a journey against her religious faith to embrace her only son who is discovering his sexual orientation.

    MARIAM, 12min., USA, Drama
    Directed by Reem Jubran
    Zaid,...

  • EXPERIMENTAL Short Film Festival - Aug. 13/14 event

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    caprice x², 4min., Austria, Animation
    Directed by Claudia Ungersbäck
    Forms and gestures, situations over a copy (is_t) existance. marks and notes happening while light resounds.

    WHAT I SHOULD HAVE SAID, 4min., USA, Experimental
    Directed by Jamie Donohoe
    A family i...