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Short film competition

Friday, June 4 22:00 / Online 1 /


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Short film competition

List of films


  • The Hangman at Home

    dir. Michelle Kranot, Uri KranotDenmark, France, Canada2021animated14'

    A pregnant woman bolts the door, a man goes to sleep among flying bombs, a father is playing with his daughter – each of them is caught in an intimate, emotion-laden moment. We are peeping at them, like at the hangman from Carl Sandburg’s poem – what is the hangman thinking about when returning home from work?

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  • Like the Ones I Used to Know

    dir. Annie St-PierreCanada2021fiction18'

    It is Christmas, 1983. Children are only children and they are being extremely mischievous. Adults cannot control everything in the holiday chaos. The father is waiting outside to take the kids over from the mother. He is alone. They are all together. There are lights and Christmas trees. A strange evening, it is just like in the past, but so much different.

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    Q&A
    • Annie St-Pierre

  • Homecoming

    dir. Raffi MovsisyanArmenia2020fiction19'

    A bitter film in the style of cinematic realism about the disintegration of family ties. Hayk comes home to spend Christmas in Armenia. He brings a lot of presents and smiles for his family members. Gradually and painfully, he finds out how much his wife and children have become distant from him. :

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  • My Uncle Tudor

    dir. Olga LucovnicovaBelgium, Moldova2021documentary20'

    A starting point for the shocking self-documentary by Olga Lucovnicova is her homecoming to Moldova. The house is filled with memories, yet everyone around her seems to idealise the past which hides a trauma.

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    Q&A
    • Olga Lucovnicova

  • Khoniyar's Children

    dir. Arman Gholipour DashtakiIran2020documentary30'

    The eponymous children are two brothers and two sisters – now four elderly people who never got married or started their own families. This does not mean, however, that they are lonely – they create an exceptional community marked by mutual closeness but also a sense of separateness.

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    Q&A
    • Arman Gholipour Dashtaki

Friday, June 4 22:00 / Online 1 / 101' + Q&A