Families create unities. Separations. Transformations. In Emily Mortimer’s monologic One Cambodian Family Please for My Pleasure (A.M. Lukas), a Czech refugee, displaced in snowy North Dakota, imagines home for potential newcomers. In The Mute (Pham Thien An), rains drench the life-changing choice facing a Vietnamese bride-to-be. Entropia (Flóra Anna Buda) creates a vivid, animated kaleidoscopic convergence of women and nature, but the brutal Georgian civil war again tears men apart in Bad People (Giorgi Tavartkiladze). Finally, in Jujuba (Ikezoe Shun), a fruit evokes memories of family in flux, while Judgement (Raymund Ribay Gutierrez) tackles Filipino domestic violence. All non-English speaking films are subtitled in English. Total: 80min.