The national competition of the shnit Worldwide Shortfilmfestival features fifteen Russian shorts on a wide range of subjects: from environmental protection (Ecology Lesson; Sulphur) to family relationships (Open up, It’s Mom; The Year of the White Moon). Genres range from speculative sci-fi (Left One) and dark psychological thrillers (Pedophile; Day and Night and Day and Night; Firework) to naughty (Seemed) and romantic comedies (A Theory of Random Events Probability). The competition also features two animation films (Listen Papa!; Anna, Cat-and-Mouse). The selection of films for the competition is gender-balanced, and all works in the program Made in Russia 3 are by women and about women. They include shorts on the coming of age (RIO), sexuality (Consolation), and motherhood (Sulus).