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Strange Says The Angel
Strange Says The Angel
In this world threatened by contamination, what is Nina’s place?
Angela
Angela
A Cuban immigrant tries to find her place in New York City.
Tony And The Bull
Tony And The Bull
A small window into the private life of Tony and his companion/pet Scrunch - a fully-grown Highland bull.
Salt And Sauce
Salt And Sauce
Stuck in a post high-school limbo, Tammy works long days in the family chip shop.
The King And I
The King And I
A fly-on-the-wall view of Graham's life and home.
Harbour
Harbour
Two industrial painters discover a dead body in the Rotterdam harbour.
Your Father Was Born 100 Years Ago And So Was The Nakba
Your Father Was Born 100 Years Ago And So Was The Nakba
A Palestinian grandmother returns to her hometown through Google Maps Streetview.
Rubber Coated Steel
Rubber Coated Steel
May 2014: two unarmed Palestinian teens are killed by Israeli soldiers on the West Bank.
The Train, The Forest
The Train, The Forest
A train ride reveals strange incidents.
Obair Là
Obair Là
An office worker endures another mundane day behind the desk until a co-worker gives him a challenge.
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