ROMANCE & RELATIONSHIPS Festival – Sunday June 20th (Stream all day)

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THE ARTIST’S WAY OUT, 8min., Canada, Relationship/Romance

Directed by Jeananne Goossen, Robert Jackson

Kandyse McClure and Keon Alexander star in this Canadian indie romantic dramedy about 2 Millenial BIPOC artists hammering out their work and their relationship in the dead of winter in the middle of nowhere. They just started dating and now they’re living together…with deadlines!!!

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ON A LIST, 6min., Canada, TV Web Series

Directed by Lee Foster, Tito Guillen, Nicole Simone

On A List​ is a short content series about doing the most vulnerable and difficult tasks as a means to fall in love.

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LIFE CYCLE, 4min., USA, Experimental/Romance

Directed by Dmitriy Hanuka

This is an experimental short film that is made entirely from stock footage. Footage was sourced from a single online platform

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ON A SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 12min., South Korea, Relationship/Romance

Directed by Tae Hun An

It has been two months since Yeonhui has lived alone after breaking up with her boyfriend Sangwook whom she had lived together for three years.

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ANOTHER DAY, 12min., UK, Drama/Romance

Directed by Daniel Topic

Sam and Sinéad play out their past but something is different this time round.

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MINIATURE CHESS, 12min., USA, Drama/Thriller

Directed by Phil Cheney

Prisoners in a mysterious dungeon pass the time playing with a microscopic travel chess set.

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SISTER, 13min., China, Drama/Family

Directed by Janine Bujie Zhang

A pair of left-behind sisters welcome their parents who haven’t been home for two years. Sisters look forward to the reunion, but only to find awkwardness and estrangement. The naive and outgoing younger sister is excited for the gifts her parents have brought from the city, while the quiet and introverted elder sister becomes even more gloomy. Within only their parents’ stay of four days, the family grows closer and comes to an unspoken understanding of affections to each other. Soon it’s time for the family to say farewell again. The reticent older sister finally chooses to evade the scene and confront her grief alone.

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