By Jonasz Wiewiór, Poland: Metaphorical presentation of the society of the 21st century. Overwhelmed by internet, social media and electronic devices, straying lonely around the world with only one goal: satisfying the hunger of information - it's the Infokind.
By Dewald de la Rey, South Africa: Juliet takes the band members on dates in an attempt to find true love. After being bored with them, she lures them to her house and dismantles them in an attempt to build the perfect boyfriend.Things then go horribly wrong.
By Sam Friedman, Max Kolomatsky, William Blackman and Annie Blackman, USA: For The Love of God puts a sharp, satirical spin on a tender teenage narrative as sixteen year old Myrtle struggles with the most unattainable crush of her young life. The line between admiration and obsession is blurred as Myrtle retreats into the depths of a stingingly unrequited romance, juggling self exploration with maintaining the relationships most important to her. Presented via pitch-perfect social commentary and a dry, comedic edge, For The Love of God is a six minute dive into the teenage psyche not to be missed.