*Online Premiere* Logline: A young girl who dreams of becoming a fighter pilot has saved up her money for a ride in a WWII plane. On the day before the airshow, her plans are unexpectedly threatened. Our take: “Kylie,” by director Jordan Nikolic, is a dramatic character study of an eccentric teenager and her dysfunctional rural family. She’s bullied by local kids — her house is rundown and lacking in parental supervision. Cody, her brother, looks after her but is mostly concerned with shooting paintball guns and growing a mustache. At some point along the way, Kylie has grown fascinated by jet planes, and she befriends a man at a small local airport with the hopes of learning more. But when her deadbeat father comes back into the picture, Kylie’s plans begin to stray off course. Shot on 16mm by the always reliable Jomo Fray, the film is carried by its rich visuals, and by the pathos evoked from its titular lead, and her unexpected optimism and passion. [Watch on YouTube]. (13 minutes). Written and Directed by Jordan Nikolic. Produced by Raines Plambeck. Cinematography by Jomo Fray. Edited by Jordan Nikolic. Cast: Niamh Cushey, Stefan Nikolic, Jeremy Burkett, Michael Kokinda.