Switzerland, 2018, 20 min
Calais, refugee camp. Nadim, an afghan boy, is living in the camp with his family and helping his father at the shop held in the center of the jungle. But Nadim has a secret: he is a bacha posh (girl raised as a boy in Afghan culture). Nadim dreams to flee and fight for her freedom.
- Director Bio
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Katia Scarton-Kim is a director and actress. Graduated from the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Lausanne, Switzerland, she directed her first film "Kristal" in 2004. In 2007, she made a documentary "Saturday, more or less" selected at the Festival Circuito Off in Venice and then in different festivals in Italy and in the world. In 2009 she directed "Les Liqueurs d'Alice", a fiction produced by Baïacedez Films Production. The film was selected at the Festival Court Devant and at “Les Escales Improbables” in Montreal. From 2009 to 2012, she worked closely with the cinema mission of the city of Paris, which supported 4 documentaries she co-edited on migrant women in France.
Solothurner Filmtage 2018. Firenze ShFF 2018. Curtas Vila do Conde IFF 2018. Sardinia FF 2018. Zeitimpuls Kurzfilmwettbewerb, Vienna 2018. Paphos IFF 2018.
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