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06 July

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Ice Merchants 

by João Gonzalez 14' Portugal 

Every day, a father and his son jump with a parachute from their vertiginous cold house, attached to a cliff, to go to the village on the ground, far away where they sell the ice they produce daily.

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An End to War Enough

by Simone Massi 5' Italy 

A world without war is another utopia that we cannot wait any longer

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Christopher at Sea

by Tom CJ Brown 15' France

After embarking as a passenger onboard a cargo ship returning to Europe he begins to question his sanity and the very understanding of his perception of time in this romantic psychological thriller at sea. After a brief encounter with one of the shipmates, James, Christopher settles into life on board the ship. His life quickly falls into a routine that shapes his day-to-day existence, mirroring the monotony of the ship’s passage through open waters.

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by Zora Kovac 8' United States

After an agoraphobic scientist accidentally creates a baby-like plant creature, their connection threatens to upend his reclusive way of life.

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Tiger Stabs Tiger

by Jie Shen 21' China

Irreversible penetrations, repeated collisions, intense touches and adhesions…bring both life and death.

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The Garbage Man

by Laura Gonçalves 12' Portugal

On a hot August afternoon, the family gathered at the table remembers uncle Botão: the Colonial War, emigration to France, where he lived and worked thirty years as a garbage man. Memories of each are crossed to tell the story of a man who lived a hard life through humor and fantasy, like when he returned to Belmonte, in a van full of trash, turned into a real treasure.

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Greek Week End, Cuckoo Clocks and Spring

by Eloïc Gimenez 2' France

"Greek Week-end, Cuckoo Clocks and Spring" questions the poetics of natural elements by featuring enigmatic expressions from different parts of the world. This short film is dedicated to some Greek expressions



by Leo Černic 7' Italy

 It's not so easy to be a hero. But you, Pentola, you are my superhero.



by Margot Reumont 15’ Fiction I Belgium

At her father's request, Coline returns to her childhood bedroom to sort through her belongings. The various objects she finds there plunge her into the memories of her childhood. Among them stand out those that have marked her to this day.

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The Great Arc

by Camille Authouart 12' France

With nearly 70 monumental works of art scattered throughout the district, La Défense, Paris, is Europe's largest open-air museum. Sitting between the legs of the gigantic Red Spider, I wonder how I didn't notice them before...

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