A thought-provoking and creative short film about the struggles a man encounters while he makes his way through the city.
A little girl lives in a village with her mother where water sources are dwindling by day. Drought effects her imagination, even her doodles and drawings. Not only people but the environment struggles with the unrelenting aridness. This little girl though, never loses hope. She tries to do as best she can, making sacrifices for her love of nature.
A couple venture into the woods with their dog. Will they be capable of doing what they set out to do?
The story of ECHO is about the understanding and perception of wildlife, environmental damage, and its consequences on the human race.
A man's journey of realization about where the food on his plate comes from.
A father converses with his young daughter via video call one last time before his journey aboard the star “FOREVER 143” where he will spend the remainder of his life.
A woman tied in the basement wakes up to find out her ex-veteran husband is experiencing another war trauma.
The importance of education is conveyed through a child laborer's point of view.
After receiving a farewell from his girlfriend, Jeong-Jin has to look after the dog he raised with her. His friend wants to help Jeong-Jin give the dog up for adoption so that he's no longer reminded of his sadness.
(Shot with an iPhone)
The food might not have cost you much, but it took a lot of effort and sacrifice to get to your plate. Every piece of food thrown away adds to another man's hunger and wastes another person's labor.
John likes routine, so when he comes back home one day to find his wife gone, he is very worried. He’s not sure why she’s left, but the more pressing issue is the possible disruption that her disappearance could cause to his routine.
He pretends that she still lives with him. Will anyone find out that his wife has left? Will his routine be disrupted again?
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