04-12 AUGUST / PRIZREN, KOSOVO

 

04-12 AUGUST / PRIZREN, KOSOVO

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POLONAISE

In the small, central Polish town of Aleksandrow Kujawski, the director of the local culture centre announces a competition.

Death in a Terminal

The story of people caught in the wrong place at the wrong time, who experienced panic and fear.

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THOSE SHOCKING SHAKING DAYS

A unique portrait of the impossibility of depicting the atrocities of war through insightful subtitles and meditative footage of abandoned structures.

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THE CHIMERICAL MUSEUM OF SHIFTING SHAPES

A tour of the place will prove that sometimes one painting is not enough.

THE CIRCLE

In Mesopotamia, there are children of different ethnicities, religions and languages.

ON THE ROPES

A family where men are unemployed and women are desperate, no one seems to move forward.

A DROWNING MAN

Alone and far from home, The Kid makes his way through a strange city looking for the means to get through his day.

RETOUCH

Maryam's husband does weightlifting. Suddenly, the weight falls on his throat and puts him between life and death.

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Craiglist Allstars

Through Craigslist, an internationally active internet network, performance artist Samira Elagoz arranges one-on-one meetings with a wide variety of men.

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Chasing Coral: The VR Experience

This adventurous underwater VR documents the unprecedented 2016 coral bleaching event at the Great Barrier Reef.
(12:00–22:00 GJITHË DITËN / ALL DAY)

Notes on Blindness VR: Into Darkness

An immersive virtual reality (VR) project based on John Hull’s sensory and psychological experience of blindness.
(12:00–22:00 GJITHË DITËN / ALL DAY)

A History of Cuban Dance VR

This live-action virtual reality documentary tells a history lesson that’s best enjoyed standing up.
(12:00–22:00 GJITHË DITËN / ALL DAY)

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Last Man in Aleppo

After 5 years of War in Syria the remaining 350.000 citizens of Aleppo are preparing themselves for a siege.

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A HOLE IN THE HEAD

Little is known about the tragedy of the Roma and Sinti during the Second World War.

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“WE LOOK TO SCOTLAND FOR ALL OUR IDEAS OF CIVILISATION”

Matt Hulse’s video message to Scotland (from China) on the day of IndyRef 2014. With love.

THE LION AND THE UNICORN

Inhabiting the rich historical setting of Traquair House in the Scottish Borders, the Lion, the Unicorn and the Queen drink North-sea oil from Jacobite crystal.

TIME AND THE WAVE

The paradox of the present as a time that cannot be reflected upon until it has already become past.

THE EUROPEAN SHOWERBATH

Fifteen European countries, with their national flags body-painted on their vulnerable naked flesh.

Who Are We?

‘Who Are We?’ is a re-working of material from a BBC television debate transmitted a few weeks earlier.

MANUFACTURED BRITISHNESS

A project derived from the compulsory and very real Life in the UK test, which examines skills for integrating into British society.

THE LAWES OF THE MARCHES

A document of the ancient border tradition of the Common Ridings.

FIVE ANGELS

A Scottish perspective on Brexit, and a lament for alternate possibilities in governance.

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El Mar la Mar

The few people who live between Mexico and the United States, the poorest of undocumented immigrants that try to cross the border.

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One More Time with Feeling

It is an often candid film – as well as one that works musically – as Cave talks about the pain of loss as well as needing to keep on being creative.

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RED LIGHT

A story about the funny side of apathy, selfishness, and loneliness in a world where following the rules is a misunderstanding.

GAMER GIRL

The film is set in a computer game.

GREEN SCREEN GRINGO

Behind a green screen, a foreigner finds his way in an enchanting - and yet turbulent - Brazil.

THE BRIEF HISTORY OF PRINCESS X

A supercharged history of sculptor Constantin Brancusi’s infamous ‘Princess X’.

SMALL TOWN

In September the child Frederico learns from his teacher that if the heart stops, people die.

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WHOSE FLAG IS IT?

Freezing Kosovars give wildly differing opinions about their country’s controversial new blue, white and gold national flag.

THE AGREEMENT

‘History is always made in the middle of the night. And when it happens, you are so damned tired, that you couldn’t care less’.

NOTE ON MULTITUDE

A farewell that moves from the emotional to the violent, ending in exhaustion.

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THE ROAD MOVIE

In Russia, everything is possible on the road, so everyone is driving around with a dash cam.

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City of Ghosts

The story of a brave group of citizen journalists as they face the realities of life undercover, on the run, and in exile.

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UNTITLED

A journey out into the world with open eyes and open mind - observing, listening, experiencing.

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LA TONSURE

A seemingly simple gesture on a stormy day becomes an ominous link to a painful history.

MIA’

An Indigenous street artist named Mia’ paints supernatural scenes that come to life.

THE RENAMING OF PKOLS

WSÁNE First Nations take a revolutionary step to reclaim and re-name PKOLS, a sacred mountain in their traditional territory formerly known as Mt. Douglas.

NIAGARA

A simple story of love and loss set to the background of Niagara Falls becomes a gently layered work that resonates into this deeply profound story.

SIRMILIK

Extraordinary photography and an exquisite musical score punctuate this breathtaking journey through the rugged Arctic landscape.

REPERCUSSIONS

The heartbeat of a city resonates through concrete, as past gives way to future in this short movie.

THIS RIVER

Muddy and long, Winnipeg’s Red River holds dark secrets.

SNARE

Evocative and haunting, this performance-based piece captures the brutality of violence against Indigenous women, yet celebrates hope for a future illuminated through advocacy and understanding.

BLOODLAND

Blending theatre with film, a gruesome and immutable image of the detrimental impact of oil extraction on Mother Earth is laid bare.

BLOCUS 138 – INNU RESISTANCE

This documentary shows the events of March 9th, 2012, during the road block of the 138, and describes, with exactitude, the action and emotion of the moment.

WAPAWEKKA

Hip-hop loving Josh is dragged to his family’s remote cabin for one last visit by his traditional Cree dad.

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THE GOOD POSTMAN

A small Bulgarian village just by the Turkish border has been resisting foreign invaders since the times of the Ottoman Empire.

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