OFFICIAL SELECTIONS - April
GBR, 11:25, Documentary
Three people, with different experiences of MS, take us on a daily journey we can all relate too - The Commute.
Just as every MSer is unique so is everyone's commute, whether you work from home, have the school run or brave the train, the commute represents a time of transition and reflection.
The documentary follows three insightful individuals who - despite their circumstances - are adapting so they can carry on living the way they want to.
GBR, 10:09, Narrative
'Hidden', a new short film from Shift.ms explores the impact of invisible symptoms on those with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). We follow Keisha a young Mser trying to come to terms with her diagnosis. A chance encounter with Charlie - a young boy on her estate, leads her to an unexpected relationship that helps her to start to come to terms with MS and realise that she doesn't have to give up her ambitions, just rethink how she can achieve them.
GBR, 6:00, Narrative
Salt beef? Two feckless men attempt to complete a tabloid crossword in an old-school greasy spoon cafe in north east London.
USA, 14:19, Narrative
A young suburbanite, confronted by a belligerent stranger at his front door, must determine the best way to diffuse the situation to protect himself - and his home.
US, 13:55, Narrative
An unlikely friendship between two characters from different cultures and sexuality. Sunny, a young straight guy from India meets Larry, a middle-aged gay guy in New York. They share a love of film, acting, life and deep affection towards each other. But what happens to that true friendship when something goes missing and the blame goes to the minority? They both are the minority in the story but one has to apologize and the other has to forgive.