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Abelardo

Length:

15 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Abelardo

Dialog language:

portuguese

Synopsis:

Synopsis: Abelardo is a documentary about José Antônio da Silva Ballestero who has been a projectionist for 53 years at cinemas on the west border of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. José Antônio learned how to do the work with his father, who also was a projectionist and encouraged him to work in the projection room since he was a boy. The film tells the journey of a humble man showing his simple passionate view of the cinema. The memories, the films and opinions are revealed through a very spontaneous and amusing language. Abelardo captivates people with his sincerity and friendliness. This is a nice story of the difficult job of a projectionist.

Cast & crew

Director: Ane Siderman

Producer: Accorde Filmes

Distributor: Accorde Filmes

Sales agent: Leonardo Machado

Screenplay: Ane Siderman

Cinematographer: Manoel Nunes Neto

Editor: Marcio Papel e Guilherme Pires

Sound design: Rafael Zoreia

Music: -

Art director: Aline Bastos D’Ávila

Costume: -

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

Ramon rojas – Dreams of huts

Length:

27 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Ramon Rojas – Sueños de chozas

Dialog language:

spanish

Synopsis:

Musician, street poet, bum by own choice, anarchist, Rojas is one of those urban characters so marginal to the system that is virtually invisible to a majority of society. Re-discovered by visual artist María Rosa Andreotti’s camera, Rojas is featured as an essential part of the current social and economic Argentine landscape. "Ramón Rojas · Sueños de chozas" ("Ramón Rojas · Dreams of huts") deals with culture as refuge and value of survival. The documentary proposes a look into Ramón’s paradoxes as well as at the external decisions to which one may be driven, almost to the limit of losing the most intimate thing we have – the right to privacy, to fantasy and hence, to individual freedom, for all of which a home or a refuge is absolutely necessary.

Cast & crew

Director: Maria Rosa Andreotti

Producer: Maria Rosa Andreotti

Distributor: Maria Rosa Andreotti

Screenplay: Maria Rosa Andreotti

Cinematographer: Mariana Sarudiansky

Editor: Mariana Sarudiansky

Sound design: -

Music: -

Art director: Mariana Sarudiansky

Costume: -

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

In between

Length:

20 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

In between

Dialog language:

English,Danish,Italian,Polish

Subtitles:

English

Synopsis:

Three young people from Denmark, Italy and Poland with a common challenge: struggling between purpose and money. Mathias from Denmark wants to create a more sustainable society; Claudia from Italy wants to raise awareness on the issue of blindness, and Klaudia from Poland is breaking stereotypes of Jewish people in Krakow. They all want to make a difference society, but they also need to find a job. Will they stay in between?

Cast & crew

Director: Youth for Change

Producer: Marina Tota

Editor: Radoslaw Mroczek; Stefan Thorndahl, Ginestra Odevaine, Marina Tota

Sound design: Radoslaw Mroczek

Music: Beats to Blanca, Chris Zabriskie, Edoardo Romani Capelo, Telegraphy, Jari Pitkanen

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes

Passport photos

Length:

15 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

passport photos

Dialog language:

english

Synopsis:

Young urban Tibetan talk about their lives, hopes, dreams and what it means to be living in exile.

Cast & crew

Director: Preetam Koilpillai

Producer: Venkatesh Narayanaswamy

Cinematographer: Preetam Koilpillai

Editor: Preetam Koilpillai

Sound design: Preetam Koilpillai

Music: Preetam Koilpillai

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

Irregular Seasoning

Length:

30 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Les condiments Irréguliers

Dialog language:

other

Synopsis:

Irregular Seasoning is very freely inspired by the life of the marchioness of Brinvilliers ( 1630-1676 ). Wanting to end her days by poisoning herself with the rat poisoning, the marchioness decides to test this on one of her handmaids. She confides then a passion for poisoning, which she envisages as an art. She kills alternately her husband, her daughter and people from her circle of acquaintances, so achieving the work of her life before finishing on the stake in a very beautiful dress.

Cast & crew

Director: Adrien Beau

Producer: Love Streams agnès b. Productions

Distributor: Love Streams agnès b. Productions

Sales agent: Love Streams agnès b. Productions

Screenplay: Adrien Beau

Cinematographer: Antoine Aybes-Gille

Editor: Alan Jobard

Sound design: Jimmy Sert

Music: Vincent Dumestre - Jordi Savall

Art director: Adrien Beau

Costume: Anne Blanchard

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes

Slovakia 2.0

Length:

112 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Slovensko 2.0

Dialog language:

english

Synopsis:

Slovakia is one of the youngest countries in the world, being established in 1993 after the split of Czechoslovakia. But what it is - Slovakia? How to explain the notion of ´Slovakia´ of the past twenty years to a stranger, a visitor from another planet? What is the genetic makeup the software of ´Slovakia´? How to use it? How does it change? Slovakia 2.0 is a film about twenty years of independent Slovakia as seen from the perspective of ten film directors. It is composed of ten 10-minute films of different genres ranging from drama, through animation and documentaries, to experimental film. The ten recognised Slovak film directors who offer an answer to what is Slovakia include a wide range of generations, views and genres, namely Juraj Herz, Martin Šulík, Peter Kerekes, Zuzana Liová, Mišo Suchý, Ondrej Rudavský, Iveta Grófová, Peter Krištúfek, Viera Čákanyová, and Miro Jelok. The result is unique artistic reflection of contemporary history of Slovakia and, equally, a reflection of Slovak cinematography in its different forms.

Cast & crew

Director: Juraj Herz, Martin Šulík, Peter Kerekes, Zuzana Liová, Mišo Suchý, Ondrej Rudavský, Iveta Grófová, Peter Krištúfek, Viera Čákanyová, Miro Jelok

Producer: Zora Jaurová, Mátyás Prikler

Distributor: MPhilms

Sales agent: MPhilms

Screenplay: Herz, Juraj Raýman, Marek Leščák, Martin Šulík, Peter Kerekes, Zuzana Liová, Mišo Suchý, Ondrej Rudavský, Juraj Raýman, Iveta Grófová, Peter Krištúfek, Viera Čákanyová, Miro Jelok

Cinematographer: Dodo Šimončič, Martin Štrba, Noro Hudec, Jan Baset Střítežský, Mišo Suchý, Ondrej Rudavský, Viera Bačíková, Martin Štrba, Šimon Dvořáček, Juraj Mravec

Editor: Jan Svoboda, Marek Šulík, Alexandra Gojdičová, Alexandra Gojdičová, Marek Šulík, Ondrej Rudavský, František Krähenbiel, Maroš Šlapeta, Alexandra Gojdičová, Peter Morávek

Sound design: Tobiáš Potočný, Dušan Kozák

Music: Slávo Solovic, Modré hory

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes

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