ONE ON ONE
What do we mean to each other in any given moment? What matters most is what we take away, and what we leave behind. In these films, strangers, friends and loved ones have close encounters; some end well, others not so much. – Curated by Shwetika Baijal, Mordecai Stayton, Natalie Tsui
Co-presented by: RAMA
In This Program
USA / 2012 / Narrative / 11 minsDonny and T have been best friends for years. When graduation approaches, will the future break them apart?
Singapore / 2012 / Short / 10 minsFelix Chong spends his days at the racetrack, winning some and losing more. When he visits his son Michael, has he finally hit rock bottom?
South Korea / 2012 / Short / 9 minsDreams come to life in this South Korean short.
USA / 2012 / Short / 4 minsWhen her boyfriend is called away to Hong Kong, a young woman asks herself about love.
India / 2012 / Narrative Fiction, Short / 23 minsIn Mumbai, a taxi driver ferries around a sex worker for extra cash. One night changes them both.
USA / 2012 / 2 minsChickie Otani returns with a hilarious short about two elderly friends who work at a fortune cookie factory.
South Korea / 2013 / Animation, Narrative Fiction, Short / 10 mins“If everyone you knew just died in their sleep,” a young woman asks her friend. “What do you think would happen?”
USA / 2012 / 5 minsSean’s friends are shocked when he breaks it off with a perfect girl. What, they wonder, is keeping him from happiness?
South Korea, Thailand, USA / 2012 / Narrative Fiction, Short / 11 minsA tourist and a young Thai man meet up in increasingly absurd circumstances. Throwing yourself from the Death Bridge can be so complicated.
USA / 2012 / 5 minsA young man with asthma confronts the near past in this story of time traveling.