Arnoos by Samer Battikhi: During a normal day at a shopping square in Amman, Sami, a 15-year-old spoiled naive kid, and the street-smart hustler Mahmoud, a 15-year-old corn seller are ready to execute their plan to steal an unexpected gift that will impress Sami’s girlfriend, not knowing of the uncalculated twists that are coming their way from the shop owners.
Night by Ahmad Saleh: The dust of war keeps the eyes sleepless. Night brings peace and sleep to all the people in the broken town. Only the eyes of the mother of the missing child stay resilient. Night has to trick her into sleeping to save her soul.
Give up the Ghost by Zain Durie: Salam's dream of becoming a mother shatters when she finds out that she is unable to have children with her husband. A lifetime of convictions and beliefs are put to the test as Salam realizes she must make a choice.
Geisha L.O.V.E by Mike Derderian: Geisha L.O.V.E. is a day in the life of a graffiti artist and her robot protector and companion set in 2155. The action takes place within the span of 24 hours in Delphipolis, a futuristic city rocked by political upheaval and economic unrest. The World Union, a conglomerate of Europeans, Arabs, and Asians, established NADA to eradicate defiant street art through ruthless robots that do not hesitate to execute graffiti artists on the spot. Geisha L.O.V.E. is a renegade graffiti artist in a dystopian world, where graffiti has become the only way to spread the word, and reclaim the city.