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VICE has selected astonishing stories and visual highlights from the IDFA program for the VICE Night in Eye. Discover new ways of storytelling with their selection of five short films and join for drinks after the screenings in the Eye foyer. Tickets available from €15.

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Program of short films selected by VICE. Followed by drinks.

Fri 29 November - 21:00 - 0:03
Eye Cinema 1
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Program

Foreplay

  • Anne van Campenhout
  • Netherlands
  • 2019
  • 15 min
  • IDFA Competition for Kids & Docs, IDFA Junior

In this disarming documentary we see Dutch junior high school kids receiving their most memorable lesson yet: sexual education. Their faces are flushed with embarrassment and curiosity, but what’s going on in their minds? Read more

The Jump

  • Vanessa Dumont, Nicolas Davenel
  • France
  • 2019
  • 13 min
  • IDFA Competition for Short Documentary

An appealingly stylized film about a young Frenchman whose death-defying leaps from a high rock have made him a local legend. His rash character is now changing, which makes for a moving coming-of-age drama. Read more

The Tough

  • Marcin Polar
  • Poland
  • 2019
  • 14 min
  • Best of Fests

A visually stunning, claustrophobic short film exploring a cave system in the Polish Tatra Mountains, accompanying the speleologist who discovered it. In these eerie caves, we experience how it must feel to descend into the unknown darkness. Read more

All Cats Are Grey in the Dark

  • Lasse Linder
  • Switzerland
  • 2019
  • 18 min
  • Best of Fests

A tragicomic portrait of a Swiss man who’s so utterly devoted to his two beloved pedigree cats that they can justifiably be described as his life partners. Now one of them is expecting kittens, turning this unconventional household upside down.  Read more

Year of the Robot

  • Yves Gellie
  • France
  • 2019
  • 28 min
  • Luminous, DocLab Domesticating Reality, IDFA DocLab Spotlight

In aesthetic scenes, filmmaker Yves Gellie visits hospital patients and nursing home residents in France and Belgium to film their encounters with a robot. What happens when people and machines meet? Read more

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