In a town where the adults live on ground level and children refuse to come down from the treetops, a series of interviews sets out to discover - what is it exactly that the generations misunderstand about each other? This animated documentary highlights the absurdity of childhood, adult-ness, the internet, and generational gaps.
● Ronni Shalev, Alon Sharabi, Hod Adler ● 3’ ● Israel
Elementary schools now offer a YouTube class. But why do the kids only have their parents and classmates as subscribers? Two best friends, Kate and Rachel, decide to make a groundbreaking video.
● Jakub Jirásek* ● 20’ ● Czech Republic
It is a perfect setting for humor, strong emotions, embarrassing moments and a taste of Shakespeare's ""Hamlet"".
● Elisabeth Matheson ● 13’ ● Norway
A day full of socially awkward moments.
● Nata Metlukh ● 4' ● USA
After winning her first international title, an 11-year-old gymnast experiences both new pressures and a new degree of self-aware-ness. The more recognition she gets, the more she realizes that the game only has begun.
● Leonardo van Dijl ● 15’ ● Belgium
In a desperate attempt to become accepted and popular, a young woman uses social media to gain popularity, copying the account of another already well known and liked young woman in her school.
● Helge Kallevik ● 6’ ● Norway
A group of girlfriends prepare for the anticipated summer party in a cramped bathroom. Between boy talk and makeup, Mercedes navigates her blossoming attraction for her friend Julia.
● Paloma Lopez ● 6' ● USA
An emotionally charged teen is forced to reconsider her prejudice towards emotion suppressing devices when a bushfire threatens her town.
● Tamara Hardman ● 13’ ● Australia
Lekha Ramaswamy is a high school senior who’s determined to go to prom. She sneaks out and hightails it to a pre-prom party at the home of her crush, Michael.
● Swetha Regunathan ● 11' ● USA
An 18-year-old with 3 million followers on Instagram has cultivated a dual identity: one online and one in real life. A documentary about the identity, acceptance, family and communication with a hero of a Gen Z representative who is at a critical crossroads.
● Ellie Wen, Barna Szász ● 13’ ● USA
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