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With My Own Two Hands

with-my-own-two-hands stillA film by Michaël Barocas
The life of a man through his hands and the ones around him.
3 min | France | Experimental, Art



And Now

and now stillA film by Dominique Bylebyl
In 2024, the French Minister of Justice instructs the Examining Magistrate (also known as an investigating judge in the French judicial system) to be his official representative and witness an event which will mark the history of France to come.
17 min | France | Drama, Suspense


marcusA film by J.R. Poli
A group of men struggle with a life changing decision. They find themselves on different sides of an argument that could possibly lead to a tragic ending.
10 min | USA | Drama


Half Man, Half Ghost

mhmf-still05_1_origA film by Davi Pretto
The whole life of man is but a point in time. This is cinema as art – a filmic exploration of an old man’s gradual disappearing process in a far and remote area in the south of Brazil. A man that represents a time that nearly no longer exists. Somewhere between an ethnographic documentary and a fantasy, this film is a journey into darkness and oblivion.
30 min | Brazil | Documentary, Portrait, Art


caseyA film by Shanrica Evans
A teenager with gender dysphoria witnesses the physical assault of a transgender woman. A striking student project from first-time filmmaker, Shanrica Evans, out of University of Southern California.
6 min | USA | Drama, LGBTQ

Black Clothes

Screen-Shot-2017-05-29-at-13A film by Octav Chelaru
An orthodox priest preaches about the sin of hypocrisy, only to find out that he’s not far away of committing it himself while trying to protect his son.
20 min | Romania | Drama



Say No

Say_No_3A film by Samuel Clemens
Schoolgirl Rossella has just split up with her boyfriend and is traveling to school with a handbag full of guns. Her ex has met a new girl and passions are running high. What does Rossella intend to do?
10 min | UK | Drama, Suspense

Special Note: The TFF is honored to present this film, as difficult as it is, in light of the all-too recent and tragic Parkland, Florida school shooting. Despite being produced in the UK, we believe this film is extremely important to the discussion on gun violence in America.