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Director: See Woo Kim.
A brother and a sister who were bereaved of their
parents in early adolescence…Beside an older brother,
Bada, a blind, deaf-mute sister, Hanul, has been living
hopelessly…In the world of complete darkness, Bada has
been the only light for Hanul…As for Hanul, her brother
is the only small door through which she can communicate
with the world…All of a sudden, Bada is driven to
despair after he realized his sister’ imminent death…#
and Hanul gradually falls in love with Bada…then
eventually, they come to have physical relationship,
contravening a social norm…"
Since 2007 the LIDF has worked to ensure that London is host to exciting, diverse, challenging and inspiring films from every corner of the world. The LIDF is committed to providing a platform for international documentaries and their directors. It does this by working with globally recognised partners and venues, such as the British Museum, the Barbican Centre, and the Royal Society of the Arts on a year-round programme of screenings and other events that includes the 10-day London International Documentary Festival.
The LIDF’s ongoing commitment to what it calls ‘Conversations in Film’ creates a unique kind of film festival. The films within LIDF are the starting point for a series of programmed ‘conversations’ – panel discussions and workshops – that bring diverse audiences together to go beyond the films themselves in order to engage with social, cultural and political issues in the company of policy makers, academics, journalists and other cultural commentators
Having celebrated its third year the LIDF is now looking forward to working with new partners and presenting another feast of film and debate in April / May 2010.
Director: Manjit K Singh.
“IN EARLY 6TH CENTURY BC A TRADITION WAS BORN.” A GOLDEN NECKLACE OTHERWISE KNOWN AS “MANGALSUTRA” UNITED A BRIDE TO HER GROOM. THIS OLD HINDU TRADITION CONTINUED ON THROUGH THE CENTURIES BONDING HUSBANDS AND WIVES. THE “MANGALSUTRA” HOLDS AN ANCIENT, POWERFUL AURORA THAT SCIENCE CANNOT EXPLAIN. A YOUNG SOUTH ASIAN COUPLE; SHEELA AND HUSBAND BOBBY MOVE INTO A HOME AFTER HAVING PROBLEMS WITH THEIR NEW BUSSINESS. A SACRAFICE FOR THE BETTER FUTURE, SO THEY THOUGHT… SOON AFTER MOVING IN SHEELA BEGINS EXPERIENCING UNEXPLAINABLE EVENTS. SHE HEARS FOOTSTEPS COMING FROM OTHER ROOMS, VOICES, CRYIES…SCREAMS. HUSBAND BOBBY IS TOO BUSY CAUGHT UP IN WORK AND HIS SEXY NEW EMPLOYEE “ALBINA”. WITH HER MARRIAGE IN TROUBLE, AND HER HOUSE IN CAHOS, SHEELA TAKES MATTERS INTO HER OWN HANDS AND BEGINS TO INVESTIAGE THE STRANGE THINGS HAPPENING TO HER. SHEELA MEETS JAY SINGH, A YOUTHFUL LANDLORD WHO JUST TOOK OVER THE FAMILY BUSSINESS. JAY LIVED IN HER HOME WHEN HE WAS A BOY, BUT CANNOT EXPLAIN THE STRANGE THINGS HAPPENING TO SHEELA. JAY SINGH; ALREADY BUSY WITH HIS APARTMENT BUILDING, BEGINS GETTING STRANGE COMPLAINTS FROM SOME OF HIS TENANTS; SIMILAR TO THE WHAT SHEELA WAS EXPERIENCING... IS THE CURSED NECKLACE NOW IN HIS APARTMENT BUILDING? CAN SHEELA BANISH THE SPIRIT FROM HER HOME, AND SAVE HER MARRIAGE? IS JAY SINGH SOMEHOW CONNECTED TO THE CURSE? THE “MANGALSUTRA” IS THIRSTY FOR BLOOD, AND WILL STOP AT NOTHING TO GET WHAT IT TRULY DESIRES…
Director: Martin Pavey.
When SARAH finally achieves success, her life is shattered
by the violent death of her husband JOHN.
Haunted by his memory SARAH is plunged into the torment of Agoraphobia.
Disturbing dreams and flashbacks lead her to a revelation, a moment in time and
a decision that could change everything.
Director: Frédéric Massot.
A couple of Italian tourists in Madrid are shooting a video with their camera. When they get back to their hotel, after a fashion party, they step into a man who's running away from a bag-snatcher. They decide to hide and film the incredibly cruel scene. They go on recording until the bag-snatcher leaves the poor man on the floor. After that, the bag-snatcher realizes the couples is there and brutally hits the woman. The guy keeps on recording. The girl gets pushed on the floor, so the guy leaves the camera and begins to fight with the bag-snatcher. The girl keeps on recording ...until the end.
SEXY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Celebrating films and music which explore love, relationships and sexuality.
The SEXY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL showcases short and feature films from across the globe which explore love, relationships and sexuality.
In October we open the festival in Melbourne & Perth before departing on a round world tour of Paris, New York AND Los Angeles the following May/June.
The festival has a competition, « The Sexy Awards », awarding prizes in the following categories ; Best Australian Short Film, Best International Short Film, Best Australian Feature, Best International Feature, Best Male Actor, Best Female Actor, Best Director, Best Director of Photography, Encouragement Awards plus an annual Hall of Fame recipient.
ENTRIES FOR 2009 now closed.
email email@example.com for application form when entries open early 2010.