Freedom of Movement
Germany, documentary, experimental, 2018, 29’
Director: Maroan el Sani, Nina Fischer
Screenplay: Maroan el Sani, Nina Fischer
Cinematography: Johannes Praus, Maroan el Sani
Editing: Nina Fischer
Animation: Jan Gieseking
Sound: Bernhard Köpke
Featuring: Soumalia Makadji
Production: Nina Fischer
Evoking the Olympic marathon in Rome 1960 in which Ethiopian Abebe Bikila won Africa’s first gold medal, running barefoot and becoming a sporting legend and symbol of an Africa freeing itself from colonialism in the process, the artists have re-contextualised this amidst Rome’s controversial rationalist architecture as a new race involving refugees and immigrants staking a claim to "freedom of movement".
France, animation, documentary, 2019, 13’
Director: Stéphanie Lansaque, François Leroy
Screenplay: Stéphanie Lansaque, François Leroy
Cinematography: Stéphanie Lansaque, François Leroy
Editing: Stéphanie Lansaque, François Leroy
Animation: Stéphanie Lansaque, François Leroy
Scenography: Stéphanie Lansaque, François Leroy
Sound: Yann Lacan
Music: Denis Vautrin
Production: Marc Jousset
Cadavre Exquis invites to a visual, acoustic and odorous ballad through the wandering of a one-eyed dog. In the maze of Old Hanoi's narrow streets, daily life and legend mingle on the syncopated rhythm of Hat Xam, the Vietnamese blues.
Czech Republic, fiction, 2018, 15'
Director: Jiří Havlíček, Ondřej Novák
Screenplay: Jiří Havlíček, Ondřej Novák
Cinematography: Šimon Dvořáček
Editing: Šimon Hájek
Scenography: Agáta Hrnčířová, Anneta Furdecká
Sound: Jan Richtr
Cast: Jaroslav Kvĕtoň
Production: MasterFilm (Dagmar Sedláčková)
Olda (17) is an accused waiting for his trial in a detention centre for juveniles. The monotone prison life is gradually intertwined with memories of a police reconstruction. It took one summer night for the holiday boredom to turn into a cruel fun that resulted in death.
France, Denmark, animation, 2018, 13'
Director: Martina Scarpelli
Screenplay: Martina Scarpelli
Cinematography: Martina Scarpelli
Editing: Albane du Plessix, Martina Scarpelli
Animation: Martina Scarpelli, Emmanuel Lantam, Timon Chapelon
Sound: Amos Cappuccio, Andrea Martignoni, Sofie Birch
Music: Amos Cappuccio, Sofie Birch
Production: Miyu Productions (Emmanuel-Alain Raynal)
A woman is locked in her home with an egg, which she is both attracted to and scared of. She eats the egg, she repents. She kills it. She lets the egg die of hunger.
Excess Will Save Us
Sweden, documentary, 2018, 14’
Director: Morgane Dziurla-Petit
Screenplay: Morgane Dziurla-Petit
Cinematography: Filip Lyman
Editing: Patrik Forsell
Sound: Anders Kwarnmark
Cast: Patrick Petit
Production: Vilda Bomben Film AB (Fredrik Lange)
In a small village of the North of France, an attack alert has been set off due to the combination of two events: the beginning of the hunting season and an argument between drunk Polish workers.