Film by Eirini Konstantinidou (Drama and Sci-Fi) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Mnemophrenia is an anthology film. Three intertwining stories explore the effects of mnemophrenia whose main symptom is the involuntary blending of real and artificial memories, creating an identity crisis. The three main characters who live in different time periods, all placed in the future, are connected in three ways: by blood; by the condition itself, since they are all mnemophrenics; and by their shared interest in the ways that technology affects the human condition. Written by Eirini Konstantinidou
Film (short) by Filippos Vokotopoulos (Crime and Drama) Producer Andy owns a vintage shop in Dalston. A loan shark wants to take over the vintage shop and Andy is pushed to get over his grief and confront him. The moment he decides to take vigilante action, things get ridiculously out of hand.
Film (short) by Christos Zacharakis (Crime, Drama and Mystery) Production manager Young girls are getting kidnapped and killed in the enormous, busy city of London. The killer has just made a mistake. Will anyone notice?
Film by Lance Nielsen (Adventure, Drama and Mystery) Producer The Journey is about a man who finds himself in the middle of nowhere after his car breaks down. He finds a package with an address on it and feels compelled to deliver it. He opens the box and finds a blank sheet of paper. He starts writing his story and continues his journey. He meets a woman and a man who give him directions. The film symbolizes our journey in life in the sense that we walk through different phases to reach our destination. The woman and the man represent the guidance of one's parents. The sheet of paper is our story, some things we write ourselves and others are out of our control. Written by Anonymous
Brush Your Teeth
Film (short) by Nadia Barbu (Animation) Cinematographer, Animation department A tooth receives a visit from an appetizing cake.
Film (short) by Carmen Zografou (Comedy and Drama) Producer, Director, Writer, Editor Melina lives in Athens. Peggy, her daughter, lives in Berlin. A decision will change their lives. Peggy is returning with a plan that will bring family relationships and values at stake.
Film (short) by Iria Pizania (Family and Horror) Cinematographer, Camera and Electrical Department Nine-year-old Katie is about to face her greatest fear when during a friend gathering at her house, her mother asks her to bring her a bottle of wine from the basement.
Film (short) by Elyse Meena (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Though Maureen started off as the center of her husband Elliot's world, their two sons, Jason and Alphonse have taken her place. Her only separation from her home life is her swimming routine while the boys are at school. She is interrupted and forced to pick her sons up from school as Jason has instigated a fight, and she returns home to find Elliot in bed with a younger co-worker. She throws his lover out of the house and trashes their bedroom while the boys play outside, and in the end the only thing she hears is that Elliot doesn't love her any more. Elliot walks away, and Maureen is left to deal with her two boys, who are covered in mud. While she bathes them, her annoyance, anger, hurt and frustration cause her to snap as the boys roughhouse, splashing the bathroom and her with water. Without realizing what she is doing, only craving calm and silence, Maureen drowns her sons. Two days later, Elliot returns. Written by Elyse Meena