A scene from “The Sperm Bank,” one of the shorts to be screened at the “Short Cuts Film Festival” on Nov. 9 at the Westport Library.

WESTPORT — The “Short Cuts Film Festival,” a showcase for short movies and documentaries, returns Nov. 9 for the first of three programs at the Westport Library.

The first program, featuring international narrative films, will be screened starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9, at the library, 20 Jesup Road. Refreshments will be available.

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Selections, a mix of comedy, drama and romance, include: 

My Eyes Are Up Here”(United Kingdom): Two first-date lovers are driven by the strengths, flaws and humor of the disabled partner.

A Fox in the Night” (Winner, United Kingdom Critics Circle: Best British/Irish Short Film, 2023): A South London story in which opposites attract and appearances deceive.

“The Sperm Bank” (U.S.): Diagnosed with stage 4 testicular cancer, 23-year-old Rob must masturbate into a cup to protect a future he isn’t sure exists.

“Konpa” (U.S.): A young Haitian American learns how to dance Konpa to impress his crush.

Let Liv” (U.S.): A young, alcoholic woman attending an AA meeting unexpectedly runs into her estranged mother.

After the screenings, Olivia Shapiro, “Let Liv” writer and actor, will join Nancy Diamond, the film festival producer, for a discussion of her film and the others. 

The second Short Cuts program, featuring short documentaries, will take place Dec. 14, and the third session is planned Jan. 18 with screenings of more narrative shorts.