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In Flow of Words

by  Eliane Esther Bots 22’ Netherlands

In Flow of Words follows the narratives of three interpreters of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. They interpreted shocking testimonies from witnesses, victims and perpetrators, without ever allowing their own emotions, feelings and personal histories to be present. Contrary to their position at the tribunal, this film places their voices and experiences center stage.



by Samir Karahoda 14’ Kosovo

In post-war Kosovo, driven by the ambition of keeping their beloved sport alive, two local players wander from one obscure location to another carrying with them the only possession of the club: their tables.

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Ghosts of Moria

by Florian Elabdi, Michael Graversen 

25’ Ι Denmark

“Ghosts of Moria” is a story from one location, the burnt-out Moria camp. It’s a universal story about how to survive in a post-apocalyptic universe, where human warmth and friendship are as precious as copper wiring—and as rare.

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by Hovig Hagopian 20’ France

March 2020, Yerevan, capital of Armenia. 230 meters underground, in the Avan salt mine, men and women walk to breathe easier. Physical activities and medical consultations set the rhythm of the timeless world of this underground clinic, where lives intersect and stories are told.

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Seeking Aline  

 by Rokhaya Marieme Balde 26’ Switzerland

Rokhaya, a young director returns to her home in Dakar to make a film about a local historical figure. Throughout her research, which consists of interviews with local personalities, discussions with her team and fictional scenes shot on location, we discover the story of Aline Sitoe Diatta.

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by Marina Herrera 20’ Peru

Heroínas, is a mockumentary that shows us the cult of a group of women dedicated to the veneration of the skull of the independence warrior Tomasa Ttito Condemayta.

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Ob Scene

by Paloma Orlandini Castro 17’ Argentina


A personal and sexual diary. A fake user’s manual whose sophistication and audaciousness free it from the traps of what has to be said and the agenda of commonplace. A discourse with disconcerting and without instructions, with an exploring spirit and without restrictions.

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