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LOVE IN ZE PHONE

Director  JOLIVET QUENTIN
France
Runtime  20:00
Completion Date: May 15, 2021

In the darkness of a teenage bedroom, Kilian has just received a cell phone for his birthday. Accompanied by two friends, Julie and Hugo, they watch a porn movie for the first time...


 

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During the day, they sing

Director  Véronique Laveau
Canada
Runtime  14:36
Completion Date: September 30, 2020

Every day, in Senegal, in the Saloum Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage site, many women go to sea. On these islands, where men, for lack of work, deserted to France, Spain or Italy, women became, in spite of themselves, the heads of families. This documentary turns its gaze on the steps of those who chose to stay.
Chaque jour, au Sénégal, dans le Delta du Saloum, classé au patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco, de nombreuses femmes partent en mer pour subvenir aux besoin de leur famille. Sur ces îles, où les hommes, faute de travail, désertent vers la France, l'Espagne ou l'Italie, les femmes deviennent, malgré elles, les chef de famille. Ce documentaire tourne son regard sur les pas de celles qui ont choisi de rester.

 

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Future Fractal

Director  Julia Deak
Hungary
Runtime  13:56
Completion Date: December 7, 2020

A young woman feels threatened in the present world. Where can you go to get away? To the past? To her great-aunt who died in the Ravensbrück concentration camp? Or into an imaginary future? Wherever it runs, the present remains the current. Or maybe not? It seems to her that the future can be hoped for. While the world is evolving in a repetitive, fractal-like way, scientists claim that there is an unexpected random element in these patterns that can drastically change the course of events. In her imagination, the young woman sees that these changes will finally bring peace and freedom to the persecuted at last.

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Partforever

Director  Alan Chung-An, Ou
Taiwan
Runtime  13:00
Completion Date: April 1, 2021

**Taiwanese Tradition**
There is a tradition in Taiwan that people would come home to visit their families within 3 days after they died. That is why people in Taiwan will set up a mourning hall to mourn the dead until they buried the body in the coffin.
In a dark hall, the candlelight flickers faintly. The remains were placed in the center of the hall. Huei and her husband, Wen Hsiung came in to mourn the dead, Huei’s little sister. In these ordinary mourning moments hides an unbelievable secret.