Mika, a sensitive, ten-year-old boy, tries to save a goldfish from a bully. That’s when he meets Lotte. He immediately falls in love with this selfconfident girl. But his feelings of joy are diminished when he comes home to his fighting parents. A few days later, Mika catches his father packing his bags. Angry and sad Mika runs away from home. Will he be able to deal with his parent’s divorce?
32nd BUNDES.FESTIVAL.FILM (Official Selection, Hildesheim, Germany), Winner German Youth Film Prize;
5th VERACRUZ SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection, Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico), Best Student Short Film;
5th OPEN WINDOW FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection, Kolkata, India), Judge’s Special Mention;
34th BREST EUROPEAN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection, Brest, France), Special Mention “Prix Des Écoles“;
31st VISIONALE (Official Selection, Frankfurt, Germany), 2nd Place: Young Professionals;
5th Chhatrapati Shivaji Film Festival (Official Selection, Pune, India), Best Acting.
Olivia just moved to Israel from New York. Throughout her first day of school in the 6th grade she tries to survive, navigating through the new country she just landed in, her new school and new peers, unsure where she will end up at the end of the day.
Mansoor grew up believing that dreams can never come true – his aspirations destroyed by an overly-strict father. Growing up with a tough father, Mansoor now lacks the skills to communicate with his own son Jassim: the cycle of life repeating itself. Mansoor carries a grudge against Jassim, who dreams of being a real-life superhero. Mansoor tries to influence Jassim to focus on his studies, so that he might have a better future career than his own. Undeterred, Jassim pursues his heroic dream and lands himself in trouble at school, getting into a fight defending his friend. Ultimately Mansoor discovers that his son is indeed a real Superhero when he solves a local crime.