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Hydro The film

Length:

66 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Hydro the film

Dialog language:

english

Synopsis:

Hydro the film is an underwater non verbal film free adaptation of Homer's Odyssey

Cast & crew

Director: Rafa G Sanchez & Xavi Tello

Producer: Rafa G Sanchez, Xavi Tello, Juanpe Gimeno

Distributor: 03

Sales agent: 03

Screenplay: Rafa G Sanchez & Xavi Tello

Cinematographer: 56 filmmakers

Editor: Rafa G Sanchez & Xavi Tello

Sound design: Juanpe Gimeno

Music: 16 musicians

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes

The Robinsons

Length:

4 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

The Robinsons

Dialog language:

other

Synopsis:

Brief shipwrecks on short islands

Cast & crew

Director: pierre yves clouin

Producer: pierre yves clouin

Distributor: pierre yves clouin

Screenplay: pierre yves clouin

Cinematographer: pierre yves clouin

Editor: pierre yves clouin

Sound design: pierre yves clouin

Art director: pierre yves clouin

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

Life Force

Length:

146 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Kakaram

Dialog language:

english

Synopsis:

I plunged myself---heart, body and soul---into the Amazon jungle I feared so much... I drank with the shamans as much of their sacred beverage, ayahuasca, as I could get my hands on... trying to reach my subconscious, trying to understand the Universe, trying to heal myself... DESPERATELY trying to forget the corruption, the greed, the swarms of stinging, biting insects, the avalanches, and rattletrap, smoky buses. Not to mention the kidnapping. Kakaram combines images of the rain forest with humorous animated sequences and interviews with best-selling author John Perkins, internationally acclaimed painter and healer Pablo Amaringo, as well as a host of shamans, healers, derelicts and anyone else who would stand in front of the microphone. From the streets of Quito to the jungle trails of the Ecuadorian Amazon, the movie follows the film-maker in her quixotic quest to find untouched indigenous communities. Kakaram chronicles both her inner and outer journeys as her original vision and plans evolve in surprising and fascinating ways.

Cast & crew

Director: Donia Mili

Producer: Donia Mili

Cinematographer: Tarik Nuñez, Estelle Coll, Donia Mili

Editor: Donia Mili

Sound design: John Northcraft

Music: Bringing It Home by Dan Pound (ASCAP), 'The Oil Men Are Coming' by Tom Bone Jenkins Lyrics by Joe Marra

Technical & event information

Image format: 4:3

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes

Wariazone

Length:

58 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Wariazone

Dialog language:

english

Synopsis:

Wariazone is an independent documentary by Terje Toomistu and Kiwa about transgender subjects, the notion of transgender, and the relations between gender identity and freedom in Indonesia. Through the voices of around 40 waria (transgender women) it raises questions about the politicization of morality and religion after the reform area. Indonesian transgender women known by the word ‘waria’ (wanita, woman + pria, man) are a well-known phenomenon in the cultural mosaic of the country with the world’s largest Muslim community. In the local context warias are often described as a combination of masculinity and femininity, a third sex, or a woman’s soul born in the body of a man. Traditionally, variations in gender identity have held a special position in many Indonesian cultures, but today warias have been relegated to an outlaw zone on the outskirts of the modern Indonesian society. The consequences of the stigmatization based on the rigidity of social constructions (morals, religions, heteronormativity, etc.) include non-recognition of their gender identity, discrimination, limited work opportunities, sex industry, and HIV/AIDS. Wariazone not only situates itself within the context of gender and sexuality, but also points out how the expression of gender identity is ruled by ideology: the ‘truth’ is related to the power. Among many activists (Yulianus Rettoblaut, Merlyn Sopjan, Lenny Sugiharto, Ienez Angela, Shinta Ratri, ibu Mariyani, to name a few) and warias who engage in sex work, Dédé Oetomo (a leading activist for LGBT rights), Julia Suryakusuma (Indonesia's own feminist fatale) and Didik Nini Thowok (celebrated cross-dressing performance artist) also appear in the film. Visits are made to several waria gathering places in Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Malang and Surabaya, and to the world's only Koranic school for transgender people.

Cast & crew

Director: Kiwa&terje toomistu

Producer: Kiwa&terje toomistu

Distributor: Kiwa&terje toomistu

Sales agent: Kiwa&terje toomistu

Screenplay: Kiwa&terje toomistu

Cinematographer: Kiwa&terje toomistu

Editor: Martin Männik

Sound design: Patrick MacGinley

Music: Mo'ong Sandi

Art director: Kiwa&terje toomistu

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

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