Here Are the Finalists for Toronto's Take 21 Film Festival

The festival showcases short films from international directors under the age of 21
Here Are the Finalists for Toronto's Take 21 Film Festival
Since 2005, the Take 21 Film Festival has been showcasing international works from budding young filmmakers. The premise is simple — 21 directors, all under the age of 21, showcase 21 short films for an audience and jury.

The fest has unveiled its lineup for the 2017 edition of the fest, and it looks to be another truly international affair, with artists representing locations all over the world.

The short list of films was culled from 50-60 submissions by a jury (all of whom were, you guessed it, 21 or younger) before piecing together the final 21 films. These will all be shown at the Ted Rogers Hot Docs Cinema on May 28. Admission is by donation.

Check out the full lineup for the Take 21 Film Festival below.

100 Second Red Light by Navid Zare, Iran
3guzica INTRO by Marina Mutak, Croatia
An Afterlife by Carol Nguyen, Canada
Bill Townley: Labour of Love by Matt Hackney, UK
Casey by Marcus Wei, USA
DON'T LOOK YOU'LL MISS ME by Zion Lipstein-Saffer, Canada
Elastic Band by Alice Liu, Canada
Fermentation by Paul Rohde, Germany
Flies in May by Caroline Jiang, Australia
Geôlier by Héloïse Ferlay, France
heaven. vol. i. by Aaron Longoria, USA
HIGH MOON by Dave Zhu, USA
Jack Gator by John Allegretti, USA
List of Grievances by Robert Gordon, USA
Maternae by Marta Lemos, UK
My Middle Name is Matthew by Caleb Garrett, USA
No Lemon Policy by Nicholas Facchini, Canada
The First Letter by Navneet Mishra, India
The Hesitant Man by Pierre Sabrou, France
The Return of Appaloosa Bill by Rebeka Rummel, Estonia
Unconditionally by Christina Palomino, USA