STUPID SMARTPHONE THERAPY Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Video from UNDER 5min. Jan. 2018 Festival

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STUPID SMARTPHONE THERAPY, 4min., Germany, Experimental
Directed by Garmamie Sideau

The social impacts of various technological innovations are redefining the role of human relationships and communication in a growing globally connected and diverse digital world. Meet Serena, a biracial German teenager on a dream vacation to Canada with Henok, her smartphone addicted workaholic father. Serena’s dream vacation is quickly tuned into a puzzling and challenging nightmare of personal conflicts involving smartphones, identity, belonging and jiujitsu.

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DEAR INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Video from UNDER 5min. Jan. 2018 Festival

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DEAR INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY, 4min., UK, Documentary/War
Directed by Henrik Friis 

After travelling to the frontlines of Iraq and the border of Syria for the past several years documenting the war against ISIS, ‘Dear International Community’ is a short video documenting the hundreds of encounters we’ve had across Europe and Iraq.

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21ST CENTURY HERMIT Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Video from UNDER 5min. Jan. 2018 Festival

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21ST CENTURY HERMIT, 3min., UK, Documentary 
Directed by Neil Hall

Sister Rachel Denton has vowed to spend the rest of her life living as a consecrated hermit in the Catholic faith. A hermit is a person who chooses to live alone, with the intention of finding God. Rarely leaving her house, she lives a life of prayer and solitude. However, she uses the internet and social media to share her experience and distance herself from physically interacting with society.

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