Explore the BZN 2020 picks for Narrative Short, celebrating women in film and   environmental stewardship, and embodying the BZN spirit. Passes on sale now!


Living in war-torn Eastern Ukraine Anna is an aging single mother who is desperate for a change.


In an impoverished country rife with contradiction, a young girl is torn by her obligation to her family and the influence of foreign visitors.

Give It Back!

Olivia just moved to Israel from New York. Throughout her first day of school in the 6th grade she tries to survive, navigating through the new country she just landed in, her new school and new peers.

I Killed A Person

A devotee is passing by. Children are playing with their water guns. The devotee bops a kid. The kid, pissed off, raises his gun and shoots the man. The man falls down and minute by minute different people stop to help but no one is really helping. So, what was his purpose?


Pressure faces a slew of obstacles throughout the school day. He's dealing with what feels like the weight of the world on his shoulders, all while still attempting to do the right thing.

Stood Up

Dialogue-free and universal in its story-telling, STOOD UP is a short film filled with memories of happily ever afters and love at first sight.

The Hunt

After a failed suicie attempt, a hunter is soon being hunted by an unknown enemy and must address his haunting memories of his best friend's death in the familiar forest.

The Nair House

Nisha Nair is the wife of a successful entrepreneur, living the high life in Silicon Valley, but soon enough the high life becomes a cage.

The Return

A young real estate developer tries to get a squatter off of the land her boss is trying to build a development on.


Over the seasons we follow a logger and his horse in the depths of the Ardennes forest, and see him live his passion through the eyes of an odd young girl...

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