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SOS: Short Order Swedish

Total running time: 98 minutes

  • Kilimanjaro

    Göran and Kerstin are living in an emotionally distant relationship. Göran approaches retirement as their intimacy slowly fades away due to Kerstin’s dementia. Believing that they, together with friend Juan, can find true happiness at the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, they embark on a quest to bring meaning back into their lives.

  • ABC

    16-year-olds Alma and Bea reluctantly give an account of the day that they lured Carl the coach into the changing room at the football club. He thought he was going to get what he had wanted all along, but the girls had other things in mind.

  • Coffee Time
    Coffee Time

    This documentary takes us inside the coffee klatch of a quartet of refined senior ladies. Dressed to the nines in their houndstooth and pearls, nothing is off the table as these gals reminisce about the past and revel in the sexual revolution that’s taking place all around them.

  • Syndromeda

    Leif wakes up bruised, bloody, and naked on a lonely country road. No one believes his outlandish claim of having been abducted by space aliens. Even he isn’t sure what really happened. A story with a twist from veteran FFF filmmaker Patrik Eklund (“Instead of Abracadabra,” FFF 2009 Audience Award for Best International Short, and “Seeds of the Fall,” FFF 2010).

  • Grandpa and Me and a Helicopter to Heaven
    Grandpa and Me and a Helicopter to Heaven

    Filled with warmth and love, this is the story of a little boy and his bedridden grandfather. The aging man has a secret that he wants to share with his grandson, and together they head out into the woods for one final adventure. Winner, Best Documentary, Aspen Shortfest.

  • Reset

    Sophie lives alone with her mother on a desolate farm in the middle of nowhere. She misses her father terribly and looks forward to receiving a letter from him every month. One morning when the latest letter arrives, everything changes suddenly. Their world will never be the same.

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