Inspired by a short story from award-winning Israeli author Etgar Keret, Someone Good Will Find You is the story of a boy who learns an unintended lesson when his immigrant father attempts to teach him the value of money by giving him a piggy bank. The story transforms a modern-day Israeli fable into a dramatic story about a Chinese family adapting to Western life in New York City.
Directed by Leelila Strogov
USA, 8 min 40 sec
Andrew, returns almost daily to the train station where he met a woman forty years ago, in the hopes of finding her again. One day he is approached by a station attendant, who after seeing him there so often, finally asks him what he is up to. We then flashback to 1974 to the day he met her, and we see the one unforgettable experience that he has not been able to forget.
Directed by Greg Mitchell
USA, 17 min 35 sec
A redemption story about a post-relocation, half Arikara, half Lakota, man named, Runs On Water. Water returns from Los Angeles to the prison camp, now known as the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, after he learns of a family tragedy. Water’s uncle Gutdadudge (Axe) aides him through his bereavement.
Directed by Justin Deegan
USA, 29 min 57 sec