O Almoço (Gideon Nel / Portugal / 2005 / 8min.)
A sunny day on the outskirts of a small Portuguese city. A large family is gathering for lunch. Unfortunately, it is a rather dysfunctional family…
Melodramat (Filip Marczewski / Poland / 2005 / 19min.)
A teenager, his older sister, and erotic fascination in an impoverished quarter of a post-communist Polish city. A story filled with frustration, humiliation, fear, aggression and suppressed hatred.
Schijn van de maan (Peter Ghesquiere / Belgium / 2004 / 15min.)
In a country ruled by a dictator, strange things happen at night under the silent, shining moon.
Everything in This Country Must (Gary McKendry / Ireland / 2004 / 20min.)
Northern Ireland, 1985. A teenage girl must choose between allegiance to her Catholic father and gratitude to the British soldiers who saved the family horse. This is a story of ordinary people caught up under the crushing weight of history.
Panorama (Marinca Villanova / France / 2004 / 14min.)
A family on the road during the holidays. One by one, they disappear… Not exactly your typical family road-movie.
Sister (Daniel Mulloy / United Kingdom / 2005 / 12min.)
A 15-year-old Cantonese boy, Richard, struggles to fit into his adoptive home in Wales. But on a cold winter morning, his nagging sister disrupts his daily routine. He is thrown into the situation he fears most, and his instincts take over.
Het rijexamen (Talullah Schwab / Netherlands / 2005 / 10min.)
Fifty-year-old Diana Roos takes her driving test. For the 26th time. But the inspector, arguing on the telephone with his wife, is not watching Diana.
More about these films on the festival's webpage here.