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Camp Victory, Afghanistan
Camp Victory, Afghanistan
Documentary focusing on the fledgling Afghan National Army.
Treasure Of The Black Jaguar
Treasure Of The Black Jaguar
Two boys discover easy money is just a mirage in this desert-based caper.
Stolen
Stolen
Saharawi refugees in the Algerian desert speak out about slavery, and two filmmakers find themselves in unexpected danger.
Lost And Found
Lost And Found
A series of stories are linked by people visiting the lost and found office in a railway station.
Yellow Kid
Yellow Kid
A young boxer struggling in a violent world becomes the inspiration for a comic.
USB
USB
A young man agrees to participate in a dangerous experiment in order to pay off his debts.
Autumn Adagio
Autumn Adagio
A nun rediscovers her emotions.
Hi! Otsuka Drugstore
Hi! Otsuka Drugstore
A bullish drugstore owner befriends a schoolgirl with a hopeless crush on a boy.
Symbol
Symbol
A man finds himself trapped in a plain white room where strange symbols appear in response to his actions.
Incredibly Small
Incredibly Small
A guy, a girl, a 300 square foot apartment – let the fight begin.
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