DIRECTOR: Robin King (UK)
"Hell is other people" — Sarte..., and Robin King
DIRECTOR: Vasan Bala (India)
Taxi driver pwned by Assassin late for work
BUSINESS A USUAL
DIRECTORS: Michael Benni Pierce & Shaun Boyle (USA)
Elvis' rocks out at The Office
CHOOSE NOT TO FALL
DIRECTOR: Matthew Marsh (UK)
DIRECTOR: Oskar Arnarson (Iceland)
After seeing this film, you'll never get into an SUV again.
DRINKING AND UNICORNS
DIRECTOR: Motke Dapp (USA)
Superhero has another drink, then goes to fight crime.
DUEL IN THE SUNSET
DIRECTOR: Serdar Taç (Turkey/Slovenia)
Girl, guy, sunset, the moon, and a fight scene at the docks. Ouah!
DIRECTOR: John Riley (UK/Romania)
Mirror in the bathroom, please don't scream...
DIRECTOR: Eric Hynynen (Finland)
One critic described The Finn as the most depressing minute you'll spend all day. Maybe. But it's still kinda funny too because of the puppets.
DIRECTOR: Jeremiah Crowell (USA)
Next time you're stuck in gridlock, just think how beautiful it is - and forget how miserable you are.
DIRECTOR: Maarten Rots (Netherlands)
Peeping Tom holds his ground on a rainy day.
DIRECTOR: Dhruv Mookerji (India)
Mr Bean goes to Bollywood for a magic show.
GOODBYE MR. NICE GUY
DIRECTORS: Ana Iliesiu & Matei Branea (Romania)
Filminute must have a thing for aliens this year, but this time it's a rom/com.
DIRECTOR: Bauke Brouwer (South Africa)
Stylish wellies, gritty township, happy endings.
AN HONEST DAY'S WORK
DIRECTORS: The Brothers Grinn (USA)
Ok, not so happy ending. It's the most dangerous game.
LISTEN TO YOUR LADY
DIRECTOR: Mark Nava (USA/Serbia)
The prison break flick of the year.
LOVE SUICIDES: PROLOGUE
DIRECTOR: Edmund Yeo (Malaysia/Japan)
Daddy's a ghost and he's kind of a downer.
DIRECTOR: Daniel Maráky (Czech Republic)
We're still thinking about Madame A's notes: written to remember, or for us not to forget?
DIRECTOR: Joanna Rechnio (Poland-Slovenia)
Houdini flick for foodies.
DIRECTOR: Ana Mendes (Portugal)
Is everyone waiting for someone to arrive or leave?
A NEW PRAYER
DIRECTOR: Dorin Pene (Romania)
A Mel Brooks and Monty Python-esque take at the gates of heaven, with sms messaging as comic relief.
DIRECTOR: Gábor Hörcher (Hungary)
Child actor says "No thank you, I'd rather sit in the closet, please."
SHIVER IN THE EVENING OCEAN AIR
DIRECTOR: Tubomi Koukou (Japan)
Yakuza on the beach.
DIRECTOR: Tomas Rafa (Slovak Republic)
Worth noting: A wall is a wall is a wall.