Individuals and their circumstances illustrate the universal need to connect.  (TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 76 MIN)

Huntsville Station | Directors: Jamie Meltzer, Chris Filippone

Inmates released from Huntsville State Penitentiary take in their first moments of freedom with phone calls, cigarettes, and quiet reflection at the nearby Greyhound station.  (USA, 14 MIN)

Tumbling Towards Home | Director: Imelda O’Reilly

Actor Malcolm, an Irish expat based in New York City, works through the grief from the loss of his mother and of his friend Philip Seymour Hoffman.  (Ireland, 14 MIN)

Material Bodies | Directors: Dorothy Allen-Pickard

A sensual and cinematic look at the relationship between amputees and their limbs, interweaving dance and dialogue. (UK, 4 MIN)

Perfectly Frank | Director: Dan Hunt

Frank, a retired Long Island accountant married for nearly 50 years, comes out in his late 60s.  (USA, 11 MIN)

The Grass Is Always Greener on TV | Director: Matt Pizzano

Mark Bennett escaped from the isolation and trauma of his life through the idyllic worlds of 1950s television shows, ultimately using them as the source of his art. (USA, 15 MIN)

The Seeker | Director: Lance Edmands

A lyrical portrait of an excommunicated Amish woodworker struggling with spirituality, poverty, and life as an outcast from his strict, insular community. (USA, 18 MIN)

Watch an exclusive pre-recorded Q&A with Filmmakers Jamie Meltzer, Chris Filippone, Imelda O’Reilly, Dan Hunt, Nic Wehmeyer, and Lance Edmands.