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Director: CECILE RITTWEGER.
An interpreter. Totally cold and distant: very professional. Her position? In between: on one side, refugees exposing their suffering, on the other side, doctors, solicitors or psychiatrists, who know how to help them. And she herself can only decode words and relay information, filtering emotions and hiding all about herself. She knows how to swallow, filter and regurgitate. Until the arrival of an African whose charm dramatically arouses her. This meeting is going to stir up all the emotions she had kept hidden and to question her go-between role in the triangular communication. Another universe starts to rise to the surface.
Director: Adolf El Assal.
Director: somesh bhattacharya, jagori bandyopadhyay.
MAJHKHAANE seeks to explore the myth of Radha in a modern cityscape.The sole charater of the film is a married woman, torn between two relations. It is a story of one evening when her lover leaves her flat and she waits for her husband to come back. The hours in between, she tries desperately to cope with her fragmented reality.
Director: Maria Panagiotidis.
A young boxer escapes his depressed circumstances with his love of the sport.
UNIFEST is the most important date for university students in the world. All students can participate in this Festival that is the perfect space for young people to show their school works. Join us! The third edition is coming soon!
Film premieres, the world’s largest short film prize, industry events, education workshops, parties, talented young filmmakers, a prestigious international jury, and over five hundred regular visitors are just some of the ingredients that make the Iris Prize Festival so special.
During four busy days the best of the best in new filmmaking talent can be seen in Cardiff as the city plays host to the gay short film Oscars. Supported by 15 international partner festivals including Los Angeles, Toronto, Hong Kong, Miami, Brazil, Hamburg and Sydney, Iris and her friends transform Cardiff into a unique destination for lovers of film and those seeking to make new friends from all over the world.
The £25k international gay and lesbian short film prize is open to any short film which is by, for, about or of interest to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or intersex audiences. Join the fun and become a friend of Iris and remember you don’t have to be a friend of Dorothy to be a friend of Iris!
Fantoche is one of the most prominent festival for animation film. With a program containing over 70 events, along with screenings of 220 short and long films from all over the world, the last edition of Fantoche in 2011 proved to be a great celebration of animated film-making, attracting over 34,000 fans of the genre.
Since its first appearance in 1995, Fantoche offers the best in entertainment for cinema-goers of all ages and brings together visual media from a variety of sectors.
IN THE PALACE is an International festival dedicated to short films under 45 minutes in length. It is held annualy
in the late June in the Black Sea town of Balchik. Established in 2003,
the festival had grown from a competitive forum for student films into
the largest and most prestigious short film festival in Bulgaria and the
Besides the annual film competition programmes, In The Palace is
accompanied by several parallel events, special screenings, build-in
workshops, trainings and master classes, and includes a film industry