Here's a rundown of the titles:
Bindlestiffs • Three high-school kids, suspended for spraying graffiti, head to the inner city to live out their version of The Catcher in the Rye. Director Andrew Edison and his co-writer, Luke Loftin, star with John Karna.
Comforting Skin • (Canada) A woman (Victoria Bidewell) wills a tattoo to come to life on her skin, and forms a surreal and destructive relationship with it. Written and directed by Derek Franson.
Doppelgänger Paul (or A Film About How Much I Hate Myself) • (Canada) Two lonely men (Brad Dryborough, Tygh Runyan) meet, and the consequences include a lost thumb, a lost manuscript and appearances on a morning talk show. Directed by Dylan Akio Smith and Kris Elgstrand; written by Elgstrand.
Faith, Love and Whiskey • (Bulgaria) A Bulgarian woman (Ana Stojanovska) flees her rich American fiancé to return to her wild life back home. Directed by Kristina Nikolova, who co-wrote with Paul Dalio.
Heavy Girls • (Germany) When an elderly woman wanders off, her son and her male caretaker search for her and discover a confusing attraction for each other. Directed by Alex Ranisch, who co-wrote with Heiko Pinkowski and Peter Trabner.
OK, Good • A struggling actor (Hugo Armstrong) hits the brink after harsh auditions and a cult-like movement workshop. Armstrong and director Daniel Martinico wrote the script.
Roller Town • (Canada) Three friends are pitted against a crime syndicate trying to turn their favorite roller rink into a video arcade in this story, set during the disco era. Directed by Andrew Bush, who co-wrote with Mark Little and Scott Vrooman (two of the film's stars).
The Sound of Small Things • Miscommunication and suspicion threaten the marriage of newlyweds Cara (who's deaf) and Sam. Written and directed by Peter McLarnan.
Sundowning • (Singapore/United States) A young amnesiac (Shannon Fitzpatrick) forms a relationship with her mysterious caregiver (Susan Chau). Written and directed by Frank Rinaldi.
Welcome to Pine Hill • A claims adjuster who moonlights as a bouncer must confront his past life as a drug dealer. Written and directed by Keith Miller.
Buffalo Girls • (Thailand/United States) Eight-year-old girls in rural Thailand get into the underground child-boxing market to support their families. Directed by Todd Kellstein.
Danland • "Porno Dan," an amateur porn producer, seeks intimacy in spite of himself and his industry. Directed by Alexandra Berger, who wrote with Ann Husaini.
The First Season • Rudd Simmons directs this look at a family fighting to create a thriving dairy farm.
Getting Up • L.A. graffiti artist Tony "Tempt" Quan, paralyzed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), finds a technology that reads his eye movements and allows him to create art again. Directed by Caskey Ebeling, written by Tempt.
I Want My Name Back • Master Gee and Wonder Mike, members of the original Sugar Hill Gang and creators of the hip-hop classic "Rapper's Delight," work to reclaim their place in music history. Directed by Roger Paradiso.
Kelly • Director James Stenson spotlights a transgender prostitute searching for love and acceptance in Hollywood.
No Ashes, No Phoenix • (Germany) Director-writer Jens Pfeifer gets into the locker room with young basketball players in Hagen, Germany.
We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists • Writer-director Brian Knappenberger takes an inside look at Anonymous, the collective of "hacktivists" who take civil disobedience to the Internet.