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Sounds of Weariness

Sounds of Weariness

Hungary, Belgium, Portugal, Lebanon, 2021, 12 ‘ In the midst of a panic attack, the director takes refuge in a laundromat, the only oasis of normality in the pandemic. A fortuitous encounter whilst there, filmed through the glass porthole of a washing machine prompts the need for him to understand the malaise that he is […]

Madrid, Bad Life

Madrid, Bad Life

Madrid, Mala Vida Spain, 2021, 14’ Recollecting the words of a ‘psycho-sociological study’ that took action against what was considered social deviance in Madrid circa 1900, the filmmakers bring to the fore a queer essay with ironic and militant tones that unlocks a new freedom of perspective.

Fathers’ Land

Fathers’ Land

Terra dei Padri Italy, 2021, 11’ In a short film that blends archival material with poetry, Francesco di Gioa reveals the story of the Libyan pot Fadil Hasin Ash-Shalmani. His deportation to Italy reveals one of the forgotten and violent faxes of italian colonization in Libya.

Between Dog and Wolf

Between Dog and Wolf

Entre Chien Et Loup Belgium, 2021, 15’ At the end of October in 2019, a group of militants settle in the middle of a forest in the Ardennes. Their goal to defend the area from the economic and building activities in the area carried out by the company Idelux. From this initiative a new protected […]

After a Room

After a Room

United Kingdom, Switzerland, Netherlands, 2021, 21′ Exploring intimacy as a personal playground using the skin as an intimate map. Naomi’s body frees her from the tension in the room she shares with Ram, a place to explore her inner child, love and her demons .

The Black Hedgehog

The Black Hedgehog

Le Hérisson Noir Swiss, 2020, 26′ To begin with, the short opens up the anti-racist struggle by means of investigating the reporting of a cake that’s on display in a bakery window. By appealing to the cinema’s judgement and creating a space where all voices can be heard, the film looks for a way to […]

Pigeon’s Song

Pigeon’s Song

Kënga E Pëllumbit Belgio, Albania, 2021, 16’ While reading the diaries of his grandfather, imprisoned during the dictatorship of Hoxa in Albania, the director recognises the pigeon outside his window that kept him company during his incarceration. A short circuit that leads him to reflect on the open wounds of family history.

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