Film Submissions

The New York Film Week accepts all forms and genres: short films, medium length films, feature films, drama, experimental, comedy, horror, slow cinema, sci fi, fantasy, animation, documentary, ... Go to our Filmfreeway listing to enter your film.


The New York Film Week accept all forms and genres. All non-English language films must be subtitled in English. Entry, accept the 'guaranteed selection submissions', does not guarantee acceptance into the festival. Submissions WILL NOT be returned. We also accept submissions that have premiered elsewhere and that may have distribution agreements already in place. However, TV, theatrical, online video, other festival, or other distribution outlets that run concurrently or in the same month of the festival may not be eligible for screening. Rough cuts and incomplete projects are not accepted. Multiple entries are allowed, however a separate entry form must be submitted for each. The festival has the capability to screen BluRay and DVD.

Screenings are scheduled during the Festival at the discretion of the New York Film Week. Whilst every effort will be made to adhere to the published schedule, New York Film Week reserves the right to make changes at any time for any reason. New York Film Week will not be liable for any costs claimed as a result of a change in scheduling. No film may be withdrawn from the festival program after its selection. If chosen as an official selection, New York Film Festival is granted the permission to exhibit the film at the 2016 Venice Film Week and all associated screenings. Location and timing of any screenings of the film shall be the sole decision of the organizers of the Venice Film Week. Filmmakers will be solely responsible for all costs resulting from the submission of the film to the Festival including but not limited to postage or insurance of the film, and expenses of your staff or any representatives of the film. Producer will indemnify the organisers of the Festival against all claims, demands, costs, damages, expenses (including legal fees), proceedings and losses resulting from the screening of the film at the Festival or from claims by any third parties.

Although every precaution will be taken to prevent loss or damage to materials while in the possession of the festival, The New York Film Week is not responsible should any materials be damaged while in transit to or from, or while in the possession of the festival.

The filmmaker holds the New York Film Week, its management, juries, subsidiaries, agents, sponsors, affiliates, and etc. harmless from any and all claims of liability resulting from entry. The filmmaker certifies to have full rights. Producer will indemnify the organisers of the Festival against all claims, demands, costs, damages, expenses (including legal fees), proceedings and losses resulting from the screening of the film at the Festival or from claims by any third parties.

Official Selection, Jury Awards and Screening schedule

The New York Film Week (in association with Broadway Film Festival and Manhattan Indepedent Film Festival) will screen during October 8 and 9 at the Producers Club, 358 W 44th St, New York. Admission is free of charge. Seating for films is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Admission is free of charge.

Saturday, October 8, 2016 (4-6PM, tbc)

The Red Witch (USA) by Aron Bothman - MIFF

A geologist on Mars fights alone to uncover the planet's secrets before the green of terraforming covers it forever.
Duration: 6:07

Scent of Geranium (USA, NY) by Naghmeh Farzaneh - MIFF

Immigration is a new chapter in one's life, a chapter with unexpected events that can take one's life down paths different from the one imagined. This film is an autobiographical account of the director's experience with immigration.
Duration: 4:41

Refugee Camp (Iran) by Saeed Naghavian - NYFW

Immigration? For love or live?? Yes or no? Is there another way? Please wait...
Duration: 1:00

Gravity (Colombia) by Camila Garcia - NYFW

The effects of gravitiy.
Duration: 0:48

Muscle (USA, NY) by Heidi Miami Marshall - BFF

AMANDA is married to CRAIG, a terminally ill man. She has been by his side, bathing and feeding him for the past seven years. She cares for him day in and day out, the weight of it all taking a toll on her life and her marriage. But their marriage was broken long before the disease, and those cracks have never gone away. Now, frayed by a life in stasis, Amanda realizes it's time to make a choice. A meeting with a stranger becomes Amanda's final chance to regain her hope.
Duration: 13:56

Fucking Him (Israel) by C.O. Moed, Adrian Garcia Gomez - MIFF

What is fucking? What is love? What's the difference? When do you know?
Duration: 2:00

Flaws (USA, KS) by Anthony Bradley - NYFW

A woman and a man reveal their insecurities after their first time sleeping together.
Duration: 1:00

Maniacs (Sweden) by Isabella Carbonell - NYFW

A girl goes to visit her sister who has been impossible to reach since being released from a psychiatric ward. She had been admitted for undressing in front of her colleagues, losing her job in the process. When the girl arrives at her sister's apartment she realizes that things are much worse than she could have imagined. The sister has not eaten for several days, has killed her pets, covered all the windows with dark plastic bags and has let two strangers into her home. The healthy sister, paralyzed by anxiety, tries to understand what is going on and how this could have happened. But to her surprise, her sister claims to be anything but in bad shape. On the contrary, she says that she has never been happier since she turned her back on the outside world.
Duration: 10:54

Takabb (Colombia) by Camila Garcia - NYFW

Animated package of herbal anti-cough pills of the traditional thai brand: Takkab.
Duration: 0:31

¡Hola Kitty! (USA, NY) by Daniel Burity - BFF

The film address the challenging issues of Latino illegal immigrants in the US. The main subject is a Latino immigrant who works in New York City in a Hello Kitty costume; a popular Japanese fictional character. Never revealing who's behind the mask, the film is a metaphor of faceless immigrants who work in the shadows of American society. The documentary blends social commentary with pop culture.
Duration: 10:22

Daddy Loves You (Finland) by Ninni Rokosa - NYFW

A documentary film about a Finnish professional boxer, who aims for the top while struggling with the shadows of his own life.
Duration: 56:25

Saturday, October 8, 2016 (6-8PM, tbc)

Black Mountain (Germany) by Nicholas Mockridge, Lilja Rupprecht - NYFW

Inspired by Richard Wagner's PARSIFAL, this triptych condenses the famous opera into 10 minutes. The sprawling 19th century epic on the power of belief, love, salvation and despair is thus brought to the digital age. Classicism becomes modern Techno and features one of the most eclectic casts in film and music history. Shot in Berlin's most notorious location. Commissioned by AUDI in conjunction with the Bayreuth Opera Festival 2016. Created by Like a Wild Beast's Fur and Jan Engel with a soundtrack by Moritz von Oswald.
Duration: 10:30

The Sad Sea (Spain) by Javier Rodes Sillue - NYFW

A natural and sober visual description about one of the most inspiring and enigmatic landscapes of the Earth. The sea becomes a symbol of the absolute, a dubious reality located on the threshold of reality and fantasy, between the conscious and the unconscious.
Duration: 1:00

You are not the strongest (Spain) by Emilio Yebra - NYFW

A hunter is searching for a new trophy for his collection.
Duration: 1:00

Gorilla (France) by Tibo Pinsard - BFF

Hollywood, 1952. Henry Corso performs a costumed gorilla on horror movies and adventure movies. For Jungle Jenna, he must terrorize the leading actress lost in a fake jungle. But scaring the woman he desires is going to be particularly tricky for the gorilla man.
Duration: 14:05

White on White (USA, NY) by Alison Nguyen - MIFF

Duration: 2:49

Bardo: (USA, MI) by Derek Cote - NYFW

Visual document of the abandoned, Arctic, Soviet utopia of Pyramiden featuring audio recorded on the world's northernmost grand piano.
Duration: 12:15

Hootchu (Korea) by Jung Hyun Kim - NYFW

Allergies are irritating. It keeps everything from being done. There are many ways to solve it but none of them is ‘the’ solution. The stress builds up, and the tension grows. Eyes watery, head spinning, but then there is "the perfect solution."
Duration: 0:38

The Stranger (Spain) by Enrique Medrano - MIFF

Pedro is an Puerto rican Immigrant that lives in Madrid. Apparently, his live is quiet normal. He spends his days between staying at home and working; between talking walks with Ana, his wife, and having dinners with friends. Nobody suspects that behind the image of a loving husband and a devoted librarian, he walks the streets of Madrid at night, looking for some helpless victim -specially lonely women- to stab them to death. This is his real life, and all of this continue its course normally until one day, he and Ana decide to have a child. This decision affects his double life deeply. In his night walks, his potential victims no longer appear on the streets, and when there is one he acts awkwardly, letting her to escape. In this situation, it is inevitable that his thirst for blood grow further, immersing Pedro in an agony and despair too unbearable for him.
Duration: 01:06:00

Saturday, October 8, 2016 (8-10PM, tbc)

The Fib (Poland) by Filip Zaluska - NYFW

A distraught young woman at the wheel of her car in a car park, cuts to a contemplative young man standing in a different place, out in the darkness - presumably the cause of her distress. Then the video employs persistence of vision, an optical illusion in which multiple images blend into a single image in the human mind.
Duration: 3:36

Rainbow Party (United Kingdom) by Eva Sigurdardottir - MIFF

In a tale of twisted innocence, 14-year-old outcast Sofia is offered the chance to join the popular group at school, but doing so requires making serious sacrifices. Whoever said that teenage girls were pure and innocent?
Duration: 15:58

Red (France) by Nora Hegedus - NYFW

This film aims to raise awareness about sexual violence against women and more particularly about rape. The psychologic trauma due to rape is symbolized by physical injuries that can be be seen on the model. A white rose that gets covered in blood little by little evokes at the same time the wounded femininity of the victims.
Duration: 1:00

Pretty Dangerous (Canada) by Jeff Reynolds - MIFF
Pretty Dangerous (2015) This intimate portrait of Seleziya "Sparx" Esho finds the pro wrestler confronting a personal obsession and the strain it puts on both her body and her family.
Duration: 15:58

Ships in Distress in a Datastorm (Belgium) by Jeroen Cluckers - NYFW

A datamoshed remix of Peter Monamy's painting 'Ships in Distress in a Storm', turning the original work into a new abstract impressionist video painting.
Duration: 1:00

Figurine (Canada) by Hans Olson - NYFW

Karin leads a quiet life working at a truck wash and ushering part-time at the hockey arena. Her solitary routine is broken when she meets James, a truck driver seeking work closer to his children. As autumn approaches winter, Karin opens herself to the possibility of romance.
Duration: 01:19:00

Sunday, October 9, 2016 (4-6PM, tbc)

Assembly Line (Israel) by Udi Shemesh - BFF

This video is an allegory of the animal food industry which oppresses and torments the helpless animals that in the commercials always look happy,carefree and peacefully waiting to be slaughtered.
Duration: 2:21

Enlightenment (Russia) by Marat Narimanov - NYFW

Nobody knows what the universe is. This super short story about the relationship between the man and the universe will reveal the secret of the universe.
Duration: 1:00

Rasta Deer (France) by shawy - NYFW

Duration: 0:18

Blind test (France) by shawy - NYFW

What if a blind man was eating eyes...
Duration: 0:31

ID (Poland) by Filip Zaluska - MIFF

V / O is a solo project of Wojtek Urbanski, a music producer and co-founder of project "Rysy" . The distinctive style define the rough and strong rhythm combined with strong emotions in a layer of melody .
Duration: 2:09

A Noodle in the Rain (USA, NY) by Minki Hong - NYFW

On a rainy day, I just want something warm or hot. So I boil the water to eat a Korean instant ramen.
Duration: 7:09

ObsessioN (Israel) by Oren Gerner - NYFW

A short visual tour inside an obsessive Consciousness
Duration: 0:59

Smashing Dandelions (USA, VA) by shawy - NYFW

'Smashing Dandelions' is an experimental animation created with sand on glass, paint on glass, plasticine, Jack Kerouac & Jazz.
Duration: 0:53

Migraot (Israel) by Tal Kantor - NYFW

The film presents a painful moment of encounter between two beings who come from two different worlds. they are both affected by each other's doing and therefore they realize that they both dependent on each other.
Duration: 1:00

One Minute for Katrina (USA, VA) by Serafima Serafimova, Max Halley - NYFW

One Minute for Katrina marks the 10 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. The animation offers people a chance to reflect and remember those who lost their lives and many who continue to be affected.
Duration: 1:00

Wake Up (USA, IL) by Erin Babbin - NYFW

Wake Up is a short, first person documentary in which filmmaker Erin Babbin explores her role in three generations of women artists. It is an intense and deeply personal 8 minute film that utilizes archival photographs and films created by her grandmother and mother, and responds to the conversations left unspoken. Wake Up delves into the relationships of the women in Erin's family while examining the harsh realities of the cycles of addiction and depression. The film sheds light on the universal subject of the artist and addiction, including the tragedies that too often accompany them, while leaving room for redemption through artistic practice.
Duration: 7:42

Wearing the Fog (China) by Yafei Qi - BFF

‘Wearing the Fog’ is a double-screen video with a non-linear narrative structure. it circles around the cold of the industrial world and the indifference of a family. The video consists of multiple narratives that are told in a non-linear fashion. The different stories show what I fear and what I hate to see.
Duration: 13:37

New York Cuts (USA, NY) by Luke Lorentzen - MIFF

Six hair salons in New York City, each with a unique personality, are explored as places of social gathering. Touching on themes of ethnicity, class, and community, conversations between stylists and clients are observed and intertwined in this portrait of urban multiculturalism.
Duration: 01:17:18

Sunday, October 9, 2016 (6-7.20PM, tbc)

Sin & Illy Still Alive (Germany) by Maria Hengge - MIFF

Sin and Illy have a plan: on a Greek island they want to get 'clean' on their own. But the intention of the two girls fails already on the way to the airport. Finally Sin realizes she has to go the way out of heroin addiction all alone.
Duration: 01:10:07

Sunday, October 9, 2016 (7.25-9PM, tbc)

Portrait of a young woman (France) by Arnoux Stephane - MIFF

For those of Marion's generation, the Crisis is all they have ever known; now, they also know war. An economic, social and humanitarian war... It is now an all-out war, which makes it all the more silent. In order to assert her identity and to shape future prospects, she created the character Misungui, whose body is the place where intimacy and politics quarrel with each other, from the virtuality of cyberspace to the heart of the city.
Duration: 01:22:00

Abismo (Canada) by Pablo Diconca - MIFF

A man and a woman drifting on a raft, dance with their instincts by choosing the only possible escape...
Duration: 8:12

Sunday, October 9, 2016 (9-11PM, tbc)

Fish envy (USA) by Mochelle Chen - NYFW

An animation showcasing the underlying reason for the ownership of fishes in human households: envy of their ability to inhabit spaces​ where we would naturally drown.
Duration: 0:43

One day in July (Italy) by Hermes Mangialardo - NYFW

One children plays with sand on a beach, but a soldier comes with his gunOne children plays with sand on a beach, but a soldier comes with his gun.
Duration: 1:00

Loss (USA, NY) by Dawn Kim - MIFF

'There’s been another mass shooting in America.' Loss observes the silences in President Obama’s remarks about gun violence.
Duration: 3:00

Whatsap (Brazil) by Marcelo Branco - NYFW

All Whatsap wanted was her father’s attention, but he only had eyes for his smartphone, though.
Duration: 1:00

Wolf's Skin (Belgium) by Louise De Groef - MIFF

After a long abscence it is hard for Soo - Min, a young concert cellist, to compete with her daughter of six for the love of the attractive man and father, Wolf.
Duration: 26:00

Ursa Minor (Greece) by Elissavet Chronopoulou - BFF

Ιn a cheap by-the-hour hotel, a man is being arrested while a woman, unconscious, is being transported to the hospital. On his way to the police station, in the patrol car, the man is recalling the last few months, from the day he first met the woman until the dramatic end of their relationship, a few minutes ago. In the meantime the effort of two people to love each other.
Duration: 01:26:00

Narrative Feature Film - Official Selection

The Other Kind (United States) by Rosalyn Rosen
Pechorin (Russian Federation) by Roman Khrushch
Nothing Serious (United States) by John Appleton
Alone in A Valley (Sri Lanka) by Boodee Keerthisena
Sarah's Room (United Kingdom) by Grant McPhee
Flow (Spain) by David Martínez Álvarez
Winter Has No Sun (United States) by Rodrigo Ayres
Beyond the Bridge (Germany) by Daniel P. Schenk
Demning/Dam (Norway) by paul tunge
Mile End (United Kingdom) by Graham Higgins
Frisky (United States) by Claudia Pickering
Dasein (India) by Shailik Bhaumik
Murder Avenue (United States) by Joseph Torres
DisAssociationVille (United States) by James Christopher
Figurine (Canada) by Hans Olson
K-Shop (United Kingdom) by Dan Pringle
The Life and Death of an Unhappily Married Man (United States) by Josh Hope

Documentary Feature Film - Official Selection

Awakening City (Brazil) by Fernando Ramos
Ukraine. Paralipomenon. A Chronicle of Omissions (Italy) by Yulia Matsiy
Modern Ruin: A World's Fair Pavilion (United States) by Matthew Silva
Grado Mission (Italy) by Carlo Christian Spano
The Little Firemen (United States) by Quincy Perkins
Up This Hill (United States) by Paul Sobota
Plastic in my water (Netherlands) by Allard Faas
Reliving Valour (United States) by Eric Sciole
Where the hills are greener (France) by Oliver Dickinson
Art Connect (Trinidad and Tobago) by Miquel Galofre
The Ibur Connection (United States) by Joe Diamand
Free (Croatia) by Tomislav Zaja
Daddy Loves You (Finland) by Ninni Rokosa

Narrative Short Film - Official Selection

Mousse (Sweden) by John Hellberg
My Father (France) by Alexandre Laudic
Just talking to her (Korea, Republic of) by Euiyoung Lim
Winter's Journey (Germany) by Susanne Boeing
The Town Where Nobody Lives (United States) by Al Topich
Death And The Maiden (Germany) by Tosh Leykum
Dog Bowl (United States) by Gordy Hoffman
Cat (Mexico) by Aram Vidal
Darker (United States) by Alex Torres
The Last Post (United Kingdom) by Adam Preston
Underwater (Israel) by Yasmin Harel
Like A Summer Sonata (Germany) by Natalie MacMahon
Cold Shoulder (United States) by Joe Heath
The Seagull (France) by Raphael Capel, Nina Micaleff
Parnassus (Netherlands) by Robin Boissevain
Upper West Side Story (United States) by Leon Chase
Last Breath (United States) by Jake Ramos
Speedwriting (United States) by Michael Russnow
Jes and Lora (United States) by Patrick Coleman Duncan
Free days (Russian Federation) by Artem Moskalev
The woman who owns the sun (United Kingdom) by Jo Lawrence
Figment (Canada) by Mithran Maharajan
Bottled up! (South Africa) by Sarah kasher
Still (Australia) by Brian Cohen
Being Emmanuelle (France) by Rosalie Miller
Hold Back (Belgium) by Steffen Geypens
Local Girls (Canada) by Callen Diederichs
Cap'n Flapjack: The Curse of the Sticky Anchor (United States) by Josh Steinbauer
Apocalypse Cal (United States) by Evan McLeese
The Bag-15 minute version (United States) by Robert M. Snyder
Luggage (United States) by Tanner Cipriano, John Salazar
Strangers of Kindness (Ireland) by Trish McAdam
Out of the Box (Germany) by Caroline Siegner
Prophet (United States) by Chris Alonso
Pas de Deux (United States) by Adrian Miles
A Fistful of Tickets (United Kingdom) by Billy Dudley
Ninja Kitchen (United States) by Yishan Lin
Love In Four Panels (United States) by Jim Harkins
E.D.N.O.R.A. (United States) by Marty Krzywonos
First Encounter With Authority (Turkey) by Yavuz Ozer
The John (United Kingdom) by Dominic Hicks
Half Master (United States) by Kaitlyn Burke
a piece of you (Brazil) by Cesar Netto
Spiders (United States) by Ian M Adelson
Home (Canada) by Joshua Costea
Sucklepump (United States) by Jono Freedrix
Flesh (United States) by Tony Xie
Ave Maria (United States) by Skip Shea
Brakes (Australia) by Charlotte Chen
The Story of 90 Coins (China) by Michael Wong
Maniacs (Sweden) by Isabella Carbonell
Wrapping Up (United States) by Yuyeol Chun
Dryad (France) by Thomas Vernay
Black Mountain (Germany) by Nicholas Mockridge / Lilja Rupprecht

Documentary Short Film - Official Selection

Dhaanam (India) by Rajesh J
Freud: Lose Your Understanding (Australia) by Aidan Prewett
Montana Death Trains (United States) by Gene Bernofsky
A Strong Woman (Malaysia) by Ryan Anderson (Oxlaey)
North Coast 500 (United Kingdom) by Laughton / Miranda
The Last Tear (United States) by Christopher H.K. Lee
The Burden of Proof (Germany) by Stefan Kessissoglou
Wake Up (United States) by Erin Babbin, Michael Sullivan
Julian (Switzerland) by Julia Furer
Finding Gondal (France) by Rauscent Morgan
The Birth of an Artist by Nataliya Babenko
Ennam (India) by Rajesh J
Bowing To No One (United States) by Sarah K Khan
Fragmented (United Kingdom) by Eleanor Mackay
Billy Izzard and the Garden Patch (United States) by Armando Crespo
Champ des Possibles (Canada) by Cristina Picchi
Sea With No Name (Finland) by Emilia Linnakoski

Animated Short Film - Official Selection

4 O'clock (France) by Armel Oenn
Farewell (Taiwan) by Yu Cheng-Chu
September Sketch Book (United States) by Ronnie Cramer
Hootchu (Korea, Republic of) by Jung Hyun Kim
Inventing The Real (United States) by H. C. Turk
This Ain't Disneyland (Hong Kong) by Faiyaz Jafri
Cybertech Episode 1 (United States) by 'Shawnime' Shawn Steven Myles
The Search for Silverspear (United States) by Curt Markham
The Trophy Man (Canada) by Nick Nason
Cacophony (United States) by AiHsuan Shih

Underground Film - Official Selection

Laundromat Superhero (United States) Minki Hong
How the Sky Will Melt (United States) Matthew Wade
Alchemy (United States) Brandon Polanco
Maniacs (Sweden) Isabella Carbonell
Zeitgeist Protest (France) Christophe Karabache

Experimental Film - Official Selection

anexperimentalviralvlog - the movie (Portugal) by Vasco Diogo
Interface (Taiwan) by Mel Hsieh
Intolerance (Finland) by Tessa Ojala
Three the Movie (Italy) by Yassine Marco Marroccu, Elisabetta Minen
Ridden by Nature (United States) by Kathi Von Koerber
Red Beans (United States) by Mars Marson
Black Widow (Germany) by Julie Boehm
Empty Diagonal (France) by Guillaume Ballandras
Fallen (Canada) by Mary Cross
Rerun (South Africa) by Simon A. Kristiansen, Tebogo Malebogo
Araf (United States) by Anne Murray
Mer Depre (United States) by Margaret Orr
Roma: The Silent Film (United States) by Adam Gonzalez
Adjusting (United States) by Susan Striepe
Solar-Lunar Suite for Four Seasons (United States) by Tina Seligman
The Album (United States) by Raymond Rea
Forgiveness (Lebanon) by Rima Irani
Take the High Line (United States) by Peter Meng
Bardo: (United States) by Derek Cote
Plena Stellarum (United States) by Matthew Wade
You're Just Projecting (United States) by Marinah Janello
The king and the crown (United States) by Charlotte Neuwels

Music Video - Official Selection

El Encanto bajo el mar (Argentina) by Agustin Rolandelli
Future Ghosts (United States) by Katie Kapuza
People of Nowhere (Israel) by Lior Sperandeo
Outside (Ireland) by Paudie Baggott
Requiem for 1945ers (Japan) by Miwa Ono
The Breakthrough (United States) by Quinton Morris, Steve Arcenio, Vivian Phillips
you can go now (Austria) by Apollonia Theresa Bitzan
Fire (United States) by Steven Lyon
Ve Vill Kill You (United States) by Sean Lim
The Fib (Poland) by Filip Zaluska
Eldridge Rodriguez's 'Big Dead Heart' (United States) by Pat Breen, Cameron Keiber
Stiff Arm (United States) by R. Carey
Ayelle - Machine (United Kingdom) by Desfaine
Sofie Winterson - Dreams (Netherlands) by Bear Damen
Mius - Strobe and Noise (Hungary) by Peter Varsics

New York Works - Official Selection

Stop It by Joshua Mozes
Finding Satoshi Nakamoto by Mike Anzel
Celebrities Aren't People by Zachary Whitmore
Een minuut by Zachary Whitmore
Magnificent Kaaboom!!! by Zachary T. Whitmore
Double Helix by Matthew K. Esolda & Dan Bowhers
Chameleon Man by Isamu Maeda
Entourage: (a modern fairytale, of sorts.) by Alex Rafael Rose
It's lonely being the sun by Alex Rafael Rose
Milt Retires by Kyle Greenberg
Dick and Jane by Dan Chen
It's a Feeling, Dancing with Jeff Selby by Diana Quinones Rivera
The Nothing Man by Joey Cassaro
Feeling Wanted by Yasmin Mistry
Claire by Spencer Slishman
Loco-motion by Spencer Slishman
Stony Hearts by Spencer Slishman
Robomik by Karina Correa
Just to see by Jin Ju Lee
4 O'clock by Armel Oenn
A Day In the Life of a Dancist American by Michael Beddome
Chateau Sauvignon: terroir by David E. Munz-Maire
Hamas-ter of the House by Michael Beddome
Bird on the Wire by Adam Volerich
Rolling by Adam Volerich
Awkward by Jihyun Seo
I Say Dust by Darine Hotait
Vemana by Hamza Zaman
A Noodle in the Rain by Minki Hong
Xo by Brian Ratigan
Hunter's Moon by Sean Q King
Tango by Gabrielle Giacomo
Mad by Gabrielle Giacomo
Sisters' Sunday Funday! by Storm Garner
Little Miss Perfect by Marlee Roberts
Danny Boy by Christian Vogeler
Closing Shift by Sarah Choi
Alchemy by Brandon Polanco
Board by Adam Volerich
YanYuan - Strange connection by Nueraili Maimaitimusha
Dichterliebe: POETLOVE by David Paul
Sasha by Jonathan Chekroune
I Art New York by Josh Venkataraman, Diego Rosende

60 Seconds - Official Selection

Whatsap (Brazil) by Marcelo Branco
One Day in July (Italy) by Hermes Mangialardo
fish envy (United States) by Mochelle Chen
migraot (Israel) by tal kantor, yali herbet
ObsessioN (Israel) by Oren Gerner
One Minute for Katrina (United Kingdom) by Serafima Serafimova, Max Halley
Smashing Dandelions (United States) by Marta Finkelstein
Blind test by shawy
Rasta Deer (France) by shawy
Short Lives in a Large Room (Spain) by Karlos
Enlightenment (Russian Federation) by Marat Narimanov
Ships in Distress in a Datastorm (Belgium) by Jeroen Cluckers
Red (France) by Nora Hegedus
You are not the strongest (Spain) by Emilio Yebra
The Sad Sea (Spain) by Javier Rodes Sillue
Full color (Iran, Islamic Republic of) by Ario Saffarzadegan
Takabb (Colombia) by Camila Bordamalo Garcia
Flaws (United States) by Anthony Bradley
Gravity (Colombia) by Camila Garciía
You are at First, Frightening. (Australia) by Annie Murray
Refugee Camp (Iran, Islamic Republic of) by Saeed Naghavian

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