International Competition 3
74 min . 12 anos
|Sun, 22 nov||17h||Festhome TV|
DIR: Dorian Jespers . 20 min . Belgium, Russia . 2020
Fedor is a young locksmith in Murmansk, a frozen city in the obscurity of the Russian Arctic. Client after client, he roams through the alleys of concrete animated by a fantasy that isolates him from the city and its population. His dreams corrode his relation to reality and open the door to a phantasmagoric universe; a second sun is rising above the Russian Arctic.
DIR: Tyler Macri . 14 min . USA . 2019
Elizabeth, ten years old, lives with her reclusive mother in a dilapidated apartment where fish infest the piping, surfacing by way of a drain in the bathtub.
DIR: Nathan Le Graciet . 14 min . France . 2020
Lost among the crowd of Paris is a young man. He's a pickpocket. Above all he is alone. In this crowd he is no one and no one pays attention to him. However, if you were to follow him from dawn till dark, you'd find amidst his wandering small adventures, troubles and dreams...
DIR: Luís Soares . 7 min . Portugal . 2020
Lying on the bed of a small room, a man is in a stalemate, unable to decide. Time is suspended within and outside of him, in the minimalist room and in the geometric city. In between this another man observes, side by side with some red dried flowers. Inaction. Pushed by disgust and despair, a very brief glimpse of an exit seems to unroll: between cycles of analysis and broken sequences.
DIR: Joanne Cesario . 19 min . Philippines . 2020
Here, Here reimagines a once rugged and undisturbed town years after mining operations began. Koi, 22, returns home for the first time since leaving for college, and does so with an infected ear. He accompanies his mother Tonet in waiting for his father, both of them clueless as to whether his father could make it home alive after an accident in the extraction tunnel. As Koi reconnects with his hometown in slow decay, he fears the impending possibility of losing both his father and his hearing. Part fiction, part experiment, and purposefully blurring the distinction, Here, Here serves as a loose visual study on landscapes and terrains, both natural and beyond.