Adam & Eve Mk II (United Kingdom) by Sebastian Kuder
In a post-apocalyptic future, human memories from the now-extinct species homo sapiens are loaded into the artificial brain of a robot.
Faceshop (China) by Zhongwen Hu
A shop located in a mysterious street can help people to achieve their dream faces by cutting and modeling. It's called "Faceshop". One day, a man without a face comes to the shop to have his first experience.
Black Boxes Reflect The Brightest (Netherlands) by Thomas de Boer
Many contemporary global and domestic conflicts are driven by group-based differences. Our digital culture tends to function as an environment which promotes polarizing views. The film deals with familiar narratives that demonize particular social groups. It explores the power of distance and representation in the online world using cinematic means. It does so by emulating the mechanisms and principles behind the image of the Other. When you recognise the story, who do you recognise?
Darkness of Otherwhere (Japan) by Ayoub Qanir
A young woman gets emotionally caught in a voyeuristic game on the dark shades of Tokyo only to reveal a darker past of her own.