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Description: A black screen. A bottle breaks on the bitumen. A several insults are flung. The decor of an industrial area, first thing in the morning, after a busy night. Three mates “find” a car and climb in for a adventure with no clear aim. Except for one of them, troubled by the guilt of having cheated on Alba, who is arriving the next evening. Someone said him about a cross, painted on a cliff over the Genevan countryside, which is supposed to reconcile those who reach it with their innermost selves. Beyond a mystic, post-drinking delirium, the strapping lad believes that the climb to the summit will support him search the courage to talk to his girlfriend.
Description: On the northern coast of Scotland, Dounreay is a nuclear research website built at the end of the 1950s and whose reactors have been gradually shut down. Following in the footsteps of Walter Glass—a fictional researcher who disappeared during his investigation into the decommissioning of the site—Beyond the North Winds: A Post Nuclear Reverieexplores the inhospitable landscape of this coast and offers a reflection on the urls between myth, technology and scenery. It focuses on what has disappeared—the researcher, a cottage that mysteriously went up in flames—to talk about what will remain of us, be it the ruins of a Neolithic shelter, abandoned nuclear infrastructures, or stories, myths and legends, transmitted from generation to generation.
Description: After the death of her father, Selina Weber seeks refuge in Pompei, a town still crossed by phantoms of those struck by the eruption of Vesuvius two thousand years ago. He had filmed her as a child, as a teenager. She had filmed him in the prime of life. In her thoughts, photos of their trips surface—brilliant and precious fragments of summers spent together—but also those of the illness, in the cold light of the hospital. Filmed archives and streams of consciousness seem to become one.
Description: Cobby's Hobbies was a 1960's children's TV tool featuring a chimpanzee getting hmself into all sorts of mischief. For filmmaker Donna McRae, the present was a crucial part of getting through a lonely childhood. McRae seeks folks that made the show, Cobby's zoo friends, zoo keepers and the animal rights activists that support her piece together the storyline of an animal stolen from his natural habitat to work on TV before, being retired into the San Francisco Zoo at age 7. Most primates chimps in entertainment suffered horrifically, becoming research animals or caged in roadside zoos. This documentary examines how we perceive animals in entertainment and how we address their plight now.
Description: A boy returns to Bamako, the town of his childhood, and perceives in the streets—fleeing like a shadow in the night—the face of what he was in the past: a lost child. His voice then merges with that of the road children, like an echo that repeats the same story, like a fatal fate that marks bodies through time. These kids forgotten by all, these kids who roam the labyrinthine alleys of the markets, who are beggars until adolescence and then become thieves, gang leaders or protectors to a fresh generation of orphans.
Description: In Indonesia, in the Padang district, an launch landfill website borders the forest. A landscape of precipitous terrain, with its crest lines and its chasms, serves as a pasture for few hundred cows. Amidst the dance of the diggers and trucks discharging their loads onto the slopes of a mountain of rubbish, a herd makes its method through the chaos, in find of something to graze. This nightmarish decor in which bovines live, copulate, play, sleep and die, becomes the stage of an appalling spectacle.
Description: Iceland is a country marked by its frozen nature and extreme temperatures, which give it a certain touristic appeal. The harshness of the climatic conditions and the enthusiasm of tourists regularly cause vehicle accidents to happen. From this phenomenon, verging on absurdity, the artist and filmmaker Ruaidhri Ryan had planned to create a road-movie, one that he will never finish. He thus journeys into the various phases of pre-production, production and post-production of what this movie should have been.
Description: Having arrived in a rattling bus, the singers of the TeploKomunEnergo company choir climb shambolically onto a tiny stage. Suddenly, everything falls into place. The girls line up in the front row, the boys stand, perched on a bench, in the second… The songs are sung out confidently, with a certain pride. This first stage recounts the strangely outmoded globe of the company that manages the central heating for the city of Ivano-Frankivsk: there are circuits full of air, leaks in most of the apartment blocks, everyone has a nice excuse not to attend the union meetings or choir practice, but it all seems to work!
Description: Samuel’s home port is in Gaspesia, eastern Quebec, in Saint-Maxime-du-Mont-Louis. It is winter and the fishing boats have been place into dry dock. Samuel makes the most of this respite to implement his career plan. He wants to purchase the boat from Clément, who is retiring, and become his own captain. Samuel is ambitious and passionate. Despite the obvious difficulties represented by such a project today, the strengthening of regulations, quotas and diminishing resources, he persists with his idea. Several young folks in his village have selected to stay like him and even fewer have selected to take over a traditional activity that is jeopardised these days.
Description: The movie starts with an amorous promise: I can change. A promise heard too often, a promise we know to be false in advance. Amie-Sarah has fallen deeply in love with Boby, a young Romanian Romani who is living in the road and takes crack. Together, between the Gare de Lyon vehicle park and tiny Parisian hotels, they have experienced a storyline of crazy love, which nonetheless has not allowed to change Boby. Because he likes the freedom of the street, where he grew up, the only form of home he knows.
Description: After talking about the end of the fight in Syria and the begin of the reconstruction phase, Yaser and his family search themselves compelled to deal with the transfer of graves from public parks in Aleppo.
Description: Originally there was a silence. That of Malek, the filmmaker’s father, who for years told nothing of his childhood in Algeria. And then, the need to break the silence, with a script that he gives to his children, to begin saying his story. Few years later, the father and daughter finally create the adventure to Mansourah, his native village: seeing his house, meeting another boys who experienced the same heartbreak. Tiny by little, the movie reveals what Malek, like many others, has long kept quiet about.
Description: Before sliding into the uniform of his father, the dictator and founder of the “Republic” of North Korea, Kim Jong II was passionate about film. He was told to have a collection of 20,000 videos, with a predilection for action films… from the West of course. One-time director of Arts and Humanities at the Department of Agitation and Propaganda, he wrote in the 1970s an essay on the theoretical practice of how the 7th art could express the ideology in place. Jan Iljäs drew inspiration from the clear principles of the “Shining Star” to make a short movie composed of shots taken during a touristic trip to the country.
Description: A year in the life of abstract artist Sean Scully, one of the world’s richest painters. Tiny known at home but a superstar abroad, Sean flies around the globe to launch 15 major museum exhibitions - a adventure that also reveals his extraordinary life story. Now, at the age of 73, Scully opens up about his special experiences spanning 55 years in an often hostile art globe - how he built a reputation from nothing, having grown up penniless on the roads of Dublin and London, often homeless as a kid and running with road gangs as a teenager, to turn his striped paintings into the large success they are today.
Description: Just 40 years ago it was illegal to be gay in Scotland, actually the country is a leader in LGBTQ+ rights – and Glasgow is home to a thriving drag scene. This documentary takes a glimpse behind the make-up, wigs and corsets to search out what it takes to live a life in drag, why folks do it and the everyday wars drag queens still face, following three queens at various stages in their drag careers. Barbara La Bush, the self-proclaimed ‘oldest queen in Glasgow’, represents traditional end-of-the-pier drag. She gotta come to terms with ailing health and the insecurity of a working life spent on the clubs and pubs circuit. Lawrence Chaney, part of the Ig generation of highly looks-focused performers, seeks approval from a mainstream culture that is out of her comfort zone. And fresh queen Voss gotta war the prejudices of a job in the merchant navy as well as gain parental acceptance.
Description: Fate brings filmmakers together in Israel in April of 2003. They start a documentary about a live melody blues bar by the beach in Tel Aviv named Mike's Place. The aim is to present there is more to the Middle East than seemingly unlimited fight and terrorism. Filming folks having a nice time stops abruptly when harsh reality hits Mike's Zone and changes the course of their movie
Description: In Boy Made, Sunny tries to search out what society's concepts regarding masculinity entails. Does testosteron define your masculinity? Can boys be victims? And do boys suffer under these ideas? In the twentieth century, feminists have fought for the freedom of girls and subsequently their emancipation. Is actually the time for the emancipation of men, are they next to be set free?
Description: Present-day Venice. Far from the swarms of tourists and cruise ships an alternate topography is made plain— one lived at the edges of the ancient city's lagoons, beneath the surface of its canals. A shipwright, a Venetian rowing champion, a diver, a fish merchant and a fisherman chronicle their everyday lives as proximate and dependent on water, the founding element of the Venetian Republic a thousand years prior.
Description: THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE is dedicated to filmmaker Aki Kaurismäki’s longtime mate and collaborator, the movie critic and festival programmer Peter von Bagh. In this fresh video essay, filmmaker Daniel Raim explores Kaurismäki’s oeuvre through the globe of von Bagh.
Description: Hurdle provides an inspiring and visceral look at the next generation of Palestinian youth living in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. The characters, separated from one other and living in the shadow of the Israeli separation wall, are united in their pursuit for self-determination. In an unexpected turn, the characters utilize the sport of parkour and the documentation of everyday as softwares to attain private and political freedom. In a globe with towering walls and constrictive checkpoints, the characters gotta bury self-doubt in order to lead their communities through a dramatic year of political and violent conflict.
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