The second block of the Official Competition films is in no way inferior to the first one. Take a seat and enjoy a wide range of different short films:
1. REDUCTION (Réka Anna Szakály, 2021, Hungary, 11 min)
Two girls live together along the post-apocalyptic coast, both sharing the same goal of reaching the other side in hopes of a better life. However, when a mysterious character enters the life of one, a chain of irreversible events begins. Relationships fall apart along with the very world around them.
2. Everyman (Jack Goessens, 2021, United Kingdom, 11 min)
A personal, visual essay about gender transition – focusing on the social context and implications and exploring how the world is different living as female compared to being perceived as male.
3. Le Pain (Pepijn Tebrunsvelt, 2021, Belgium, 10 min)
Le Pain is a historical short film that follows a house search during the 2nd World War. A German soldier investigates whether a jewish family is hiding in a dilapidated farmhouse that only seems to be inhabited by a French speaking Belgian girl.
4. The other Side (Jakub Zalewski, 2021, Poland, 12 min)
Marcin is a big hearted person with a large amount of energy for living. His biggest dream is a career in a e-sport world and he does everything to develop himself in what he really loves. On the other side of the screen life is different. There are moments of joy and happiness, but also sadness and loneliness.
5. Autumn (Pim Christian de Vries, 2021, the Netherlands, 4 min)
Autumn brings the wind that carries a falling, withered leaf through the memories of a woman’s youth and her relationship with a once young man. But spring brings new light and life to withered leaves and lives.
6. You Must Have Come From Hell (Hayfaa Chalabi, 2021, Sweden, 5 min)
In her short film, Chalabi tells about her own asylum experience and the roles that refugees are forced into in Sweden. She explores the impact of structural apathy towards refugees in migration offices, socio-political discourse, and private spaces.
7. Wall 4 (Lucas Camp, 2021, the Netherlands, 7 min)
When a cinema audience starts mocking the film they're watching, the events in the theater take an unexpected turn.
Films are screened with English subtitles.
Ticket: 5,00€ (4,00€ + 1,00€ servicekosten)