Thursday, August 2nd / 3:30pm / Regal Lynbrook 13, Theatre 11
In the rural Catalonia of the 1920s, Fermí's life changes with the arrival of Anna Mir, a painter who awakens in the adolescent a passion for art and painting, while he introduces Anna, to the only world he knows: that of vineyards and wine.
17 min. | Dir. Anna Petrus
In his classroom a philosophy teacher opens the discussion on the place of religion in society. Out of his course he faces the realities of the street.
14 min. | Dir. Kevin Haefelin
In 2017, Amer brought together his former music students from Syria with his current students in the Netherlands to play together at the Peace Palace for the International Day of Peace.
30 min. | Dir. Dakota Lupo
THE WAY HOME
Michele is a sardinian kid, fatherless, exuberant and rebel. One morning he skips school and reaches a coastal town, apparently deserted. He wanders through the streets of the city, has an accident, gets scared and goes back home. He asks his mother for help, but she ignores him. He runs away, and roams lonely and abandoned, as a stray dog, through ruins and wild paths, pushing himself further and further away from the sea. Exhausted, he descends a gorge carved in red rock, at the end of which he commits a violence that will change him forever.
26 min. | Dir. Frederico Olivetti