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    Narcissus Off Duty

    • Renato Terra, Ricardo Calil
    • 2020

      Brazilian singer and composer Caetano Veloso was imprisoned for two months during his country’s military dictatorship. Fifty years on, his recollections give an impression of the military regime’s practices and the impact of being deprived of one’s liberty.

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      The Ark

      • Dan Wei
      • 2020

        Observation of a crisis in restrained black-and-white, at micro and macro level. With the Covid-19 pandemic unfolding across the globe, an elderly woman fights for her life in a hospital in China. The family refuses to budge from her side, no matter what.

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        Ouvertures

        • Louis Henderson, Olivier Marboeuf
        • 2019

          In the streets of Port-au-Prince, a group of young Haitian actors pay tribute to the 18th-century revolutionary Toussaint Louverture. They reflect on theatrical texts with themes such as colonialism, racism, and identity.

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          Lost Kids on the Beach

          • Alina Manolache
          • 2020

            The director embarks on a personal quest in Romania to portray the generation born shortly after the fall of the country’s dictator Ceausescu—and the beginning of a new, post-communist era.

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            Showgirls of Pakistan

            • Saad Khan
            • 2020

              People may regard the way Afreen, Uzma, and Reema earn their living as vulgar, but these Pakistani dancers hold their heads high despite the threats, censorship, and prejudice. An energy-packed, taboo-busting record of a dynamic subculture.

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              Rumba Rules, New Genealogies

              • Sammy Baloji, David Nadeau-Bernatchez
              • 2020

                Enjoyably rough-edged glimpse into the music scene of Kinshasa, where dancers and singers alike work up a sweat so every show’s a blast. Here, music is a connecting force generated by creativity and raw energy.

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                Dealing with Death

                • Paul Sin Nam Rigter
                • 2020

                  Funeral director Anita is tasked with ensuring that the many cultures in the Bijlmer suburb of Amsterdam can all find their place at a proposed new funeral home. But the more she learns, the more she doubts her mission.

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                  Young Adults 3

                    • Online Cinema 3

                    This screening of three short films demonstrates the creativity and resilience, but also the humor of young adults. Featuring: An Intermission, Seahorse, and Trio.

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                    Burnt. Land of Fire & Green Bank Pastoral

                      • Online Cinema 4

                      In this screening, Green Bank Pastoral will be preceded by the short film Burnt. Land of Fire.

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                      Hey! Teachers!

                      • Yulia Vishnevets
                      • 2020

                        The idealistic approach of two young teachers is put to the test in a provincial Russian town. Beneath their students’ typical adolescent behavior, there is also deep-rooted conservatism. Russia as we rarely see it.

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                        Shorts: Eye Level

                          • Online Cinema 2

                          Complication program of three short films that provide surprising insight into the life of special characters, without judgement. Featuring: The Game, Silence, and Mission: Hebron.

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                          Punta Sacra

                          • Francesca Mazzoleni
                          • 2020

                            A captivating portrait of the small village of Ostia and its inhabitants. The five hundred families who live there—illegally—show why they feel such a deep bond with this place surrounded by the waters of the sea and the Tiber.

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