Food For Thought Shorts Program (Short Film Program) at DCIFF2015
US Navy Memorial Heritage Center
Washington , DC
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Food For Thought Shorts Program (Short Film Program) at DCIFF2015
Food For Thought Shorts Program:  5 exceptional international films selected in competition at DCIFF 2015

Advent (UK/2014/15.28) Directed by Mahalia Belo. An estranged mother (Anna Friel) abducts her two sons on Christmas Eve, but can she keep her children from harm.

Enhanced (USA/ 2014/16:30) Directed by Jeremy David White. When Jamie Rothschild receives a call from his estranged sister he's forced to confront the surprisingly emotional decision to get 'Enhanced.'

My Love is Real (USA/2014/18mins.) Directed by Russell Simon. Can we can trust our feelings when life is crashing down around us?

Rabbit (Australia/2014/15mins.) Directed by Matthew Richards.  Abandoned by his parents, a damaged young teen is faced with a difficult choice when he brings his foreign girlfriend into the family home.

Sunflowers (Malaysia/2014/34mins.) Directed by Shio Chuan Quek. In Malaysian With
subtitles. An orphaned girl wants to be a famous makeup artist but life and death take her on a different path.

Schnee in Rio (The Way You Die) (2014/Germany/25mins.) In German with subtitles. 1960. Night. A train on its way to the Iron Curtain. A bizarre spy story.


US Navy Memorial Heritage Center
701 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington , DC 20004
United States



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