Discover the selection of the 2021 Festival – Films registered in the Passaggi d’Europa and LineaDoc sections will be available on netfest only at the times indicated in the program (one screening only).
Films registered in the CortoEuropa, VedoAnimato and VedoVerticale sections will be available on the platform for 48 hours starting from the time indicated in the program.
– Limited seats
– Available in Italy
– Free
Meet the Filmmakers! A full calendar of events to find out the talents and skills that lie behind every film. Each official screening will be followed by a Q & A or a live streaming, moderated by journalists or scholars who will take turns in a continuous marathon for the entire duration of the festival. All on netfest and all in your player!
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Passaggi d'Europa

The Grand Bolero

by Gabriele Fabbro

During the covid-19 lockdown in Italy, Roxanne, a cynical mid aged pipe organ cleaner struggles to control her impulsive attraction to her new 20 years old mute assistant.

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by Dea Kulumbegashvili

In a sleepy provincial town, a Jehovah’s Witness community is attacked by an extremist group. In the midst of this conflict, the familiar world of Yana, the wife of the community leader, slowly crumbles. Yana’s inner discontent grows as she struggles...

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Of Fish and Men

by Stefanie Klemm

Judith, the strong-willed single mother of 6-year-old Milla, runs a small fish farm in the idyllic seclusion of the Bernese Jura. She develops a trusting relationship with Gabriel, her new employee with a troubled past. Their relationship soon progresses beyond a mere professional collaboration.

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The Night Doctor

by Elie Wajeman

Mikaël is a night doctor who treats patients from inner-city neighbourhoods, as well as those that nobody wants to see: drug addicts. His life is a chaotic mess. He is torn between his wife and his mistress, while also being caught up in an attempt to traffic fake...

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The Power

by Corinna Faith

London, 1974. As Britain prepares for electrical blackouts to sweep across the country, trainee nurse Val arrives for her first day at the crumbling East London Royal Infirmary. With most of the patients and staff evacuated to another hospital...

  • October 29 | 9.30pm | 92'

The movies on this block will only be screened on October 23 | 7.00pm.

  • October 23 | 7.00pm | 94'

Few works about the American Civil War reach the level of historical detail and formal playfulness as this musical fantasia about Ulysses S. Grant’s liberatory march through the southern United States. Jim Finn merges stop motion animation, 16mm film, and a 70s-inspired synth score into an unlikely anti-racist combination.

  • October 23 | 7.00pm | 61'

Summits And Ashes

by Fernando Criollo

In the Peruvian mountains, rituals offer connection between participants and the divine. Resplendently realized in black and white by director Fernando Criollo, this documentary captures a place where the heavens meet the earth.

  • October 23 | 7.00pm | 18'

The Canyon

by Zachary Epcar

The boxy architecture and cordoned greenery of luxury housing developments populate a series of uniform urban spaces, which Zachary Epcar depicts as a sequence of precise frames, stock gestures, and preprogrammed phrases, drifting into entropy.

  • October 23 | 7.00pm | 15'

The movies on this block will only be screened on October 24 | 7.00pm.

  • October 24 | 7.00pm | 102'

The Missing One

by Rareş Ienasoaie

I met up again with my older sister after several years of separation. Prey to morphine, she lives a secluded life in her truck. As we spend time together, our words become easier, plunging us into a long drawn-out night.

  • October 24 | 7.00pm | 87'

Blind Body

by Allison Chhorn

As abstract shapes come into focus, dim memories surface. With Blind Body, Allison Chhorn offers an impressionistic portrait of her grandmother Kim Nay, a survivor of the Khmer Rouge. Partially blind, Kim spends her days in a mostly sonic and textural world, in which the sound of rain, the voices of Khmer radio, and distant birdsong summon the sensations of a lost homeland.

  • October 24 | 7.00pm | 15'

The movies on this block will only be screened on October 25 | 7.00pm.

  • October 25 | 7.00pm | 102'

Johannes “Hans” Liebschner filmed his life from 1963 to 2012. Born in 1927, he came to Italy due to the war and stayed after falling in love with Iole, a young Italian girl from Bergamo, with whom he had five boys. In fifty years of amateur filming, Hans creates the intimate story of a united and happy family, although in 2013, the year of his death, his films ended up for sale in a second-hand market.

  • October 25 | 7.00pm | 88'

Best Year Ever

by James N. Kienitz Wilkins

In the children’s book Best Busy Year Ever by Richard Scarry, the hustle and bustle of a city is captured through colorful illustrations. Using his performative storytelling narration, Wilkins questions contemporary social issues with understated ironic wit.

  • October 25 | 7.00pm | 14'

The movies on this block will only be screened on October 26 | 7.00pm.

  • October 26 | 7.00pm | 102'

Silence of the World

by Riccardo Palladino

An unique point of view and an old Beaulieu are the elements that a “dark” filmmaker uses to discover the world like if it’s the first time, perplexed and contradicted from that silent and mysterious relationship between himself and the things that surrounds him.

  • October 26 | 7.00pm | 8'

Pablo Martín Weber’s video essay forges a link between the creative abundance of computer imaging and artificial intelligence and the speculative cosmologies of Philip Henry Gosse, a 19th-century naturalist and advocate for science.

  • October 26 | 7.00pm | 22'

Wake and soil, skin and voice: Hope Strickland’s film locates a legacy of slavery and colonial exploitation beneath the archive’s official chronicle, in the deep historical memory of the body. If I could name you myself (I would hold you forever) sings an alternate history of resistance—familial, elemental, and sensuous.

  • October 26 | 7.00pm | 8'

Dog Star Descending

by Aykan Safoğlu

Images and objects warp under the scrolling gaze of a scanner bed. Photographs, shredded and reassembled, spark reminiscences in the artist’s voiceover, which relates the intertwined stories of a family trip to the island of Imbros and of his education at a bilingual German-Turkish public school.

  • October 26 | 7.00pm | 12'

To Pick a Flower

by Shireen Seno

Shireen Seno’s video essay explores the transformation and commodification of nature through archival photographs from the American colonial occupation of the Philippines in the first half of the 20th century.

  • October 26 | 7.00pm | 17'

Provocatively scrambling geography and chronology, Haig Aivazian’s densely associative montage writes a history of illumination as it intersects with the technological evolution of state and police control...

  • October 26 | 7.00pm | 17'30''

Do Not Circulate

by Tiffany Sia

The timeline and vertical aspect ratio of social media set the formal parameters for Tiffany Sia’s essay film, which follows the image trail of a single event in Hong Kong from the 2019 protests.

  • October 26 | 7.00pm | 17'

The movies on this block will only be screened on October 27 | 7.00pm.

  • October 27 | 7.00pm | 92'

Our Land, Our Altar

by André Guiomar

The demolition of a neighborhood affects the identity of a community and the sense of belonging, forcing its people to adapt. "Our Land, Our Altar” witnesses the everyday routines and the tension caused by the impending demolition of the towers where Aleixo inhabitants have lived in their entire lives...

  • October 27 | 7.00pm | 78'


by Marine de Contes

An Island, a poem, a dream. Disappearance and reappearance of a whistled language, the Silbo. Silabario recounts the history and transmission of this miraculous patrimony fromthe island of La Gomera.

  • October 27 | 7.00pm | 14'

The movies on this block will only be screened on October 28 | 7.00pm.

  • October 28 | 7.00pm | 96'

Rock Bottom Riser

by Fern Silva

Hawaii’s swirling, roiling flow of volcanic lava provides the anchor for this energetic, visually and sonically bold cinematic essay by experimental filmmaker Fern Silva. Filled with astounding telescopic imagery and engaging digressions into philosophically related phenomena, Rock Bottom Riser breaks temporal and generic boundaries...

  • October 28 | 7.00pm | 70'

Tellurian Drama

by Riar Rizaldi

Mount Malabar in West Java, Indonesia, shows us a spectrum of human-nature relationships: the Dutch colonial government saw the mountain as a suitable spot for an antenna for radio transmission; for indigenous communities, the mountain itself is a partner for spiritual communication. In Riar Rizaldi’s eclectic essay film...

  • October 28 | 7.00pm | 26'25''

The films in this block will be available from October 23 | 6.00pm to October 25 | 6.00pm.

  • October 23 | 6.00pm | 60'05"

Lock Off

by Akwasi Poku

A misinformed police force led by a trigger-happy commander, are tasked with bringing down a suspected “criminal organisation”.

  • October 23 | 6.00pm | 9'

Happy Einheitsday

by Christoph Otto

On the day of German reunification, Peter picks up his son Noah for a long weekend from his ex-wife Anja. Everything is delayed and the debate is long overdue. Ellen, the new and very young friend of Anja's father, tries to mediate between the arguing couple and becomes their punching ball.

  • October 23 | 6.00pm | 16'20"


by Ákos K. Kovács

Yugoslavia, 1991. Far away from the war zones Branka gets a job at a maternity ward of a state hospital. The young woman is all alone, but it turns out loneliness is not the hardest burden Branka has to carry. Newborns are disappearing from the hospital.

  • October 23 | 6.00pm | 20'

Ad Lib

by Joseph Catté

Max and Julie are very much in love. Julie is rather jealous but Max knows nobody's perfect. Certainly not himself.

  • October 23 | 6.00pm | 11'06"

Verdict 30001: The Cookies

by Samuel Häkkinen, Henna Välkky

The average adult makes about 35000 remotely conscious decisions each day. Each decision carries certain consequences - both good and bad. Even if it’s just about a box of cookies.

  • October 23 | 6.00pm | 9'13"

The films in this block will be available from October 24 | 6.00pm to October 26 | 6.00pm.

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 54'

Between Men

by Ares Ceylan

Two men united by their grief: Rolf has lost his son, Çem has lost his friend. Rolf sees the handover of the belongings as a chance to learn more about his son. What started with awkward politeness turns into an evening full of revelations.

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 20'


by Alina Dotsenko

Sisters are talking at night before sleeping, before dreaming.

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 9'54"


by Francesco Romano

Maicol is 8 years old. He lives with his father Valerio and his mother Giusy in Trullo, a popular district in the periphery of Rome. Both his parents are very young and he has a great complicity with his father. They spend a lot of time together playing PlayStation and having fun with his father's friends...

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 13'

Once the Hero has discovered that he lives in an extremely serious world where everyone is unbearably serious. So serious that the minds are blowing. Trying to change the situation, he falls into a vicious circle of attempts to live lightly.

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 11'30"

The films in this block will be available from October 25 | 6.00pm to October 27 | 6.00pm

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 48'41"

Guinea Pig

by Giulia Grandinetti, Andrea Benjamin Manenti

In a world where the government has abolished all types of contact between human beings – from eye contact to sexual intercourse – citizens are subjected to a control test annually to check the progress of empathy and sexual attraction.

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 20'


by Carlos Gómez-Trigo

Natural selection says that only those who adapt will survive. What if humans have become stupid?

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 6'30"


by Leonardo van Dijl

Stephanie smiles as she's applauded by the crowd. The 11-year-old gymnast just won her first international title. Crushed by attention and pressure, the young girl realizes that the game has only begun.

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 15'

Cassandra’s Secret

by Lionel Vania Arazi

In this world, people have six fingers on their hands. Cassandre has only five. Cassandre, a 6-year-old girl, is hospitalized because she is "different". From her bedroom to the laundry, through the corridors, she walks between her imagination and reality.

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 12'

The films in this block will be available from October 26 | 6.00pm to October 28 | 6.00pm.

  • October 26 | 6.00pm | 55'11"

4 AM

by Mehdi Fikri

France, November 2015. After the Paris terror attacks, the state of emergency is proclaimed to facilitate the work of police forces. 4 AM. A policewoman helps colleagues to conduct a search, but soon finds out that things aren’t going the way they’re supposed to.

  • October 26 | 6.00pm | 11'

The Shift

by Chiara Marotta

Anna and Lucia, two young women in their twenties, one from Italy and one from Nigeria, work as caregivers of Mrs. Maria, a bedridden elderly woman. Anna assists Maria during the day, while Lucia is responsible for the night-time: the shift change is the only moment the two girls meet. Despite this short time, the differences between them erupt daily in a conflict to assert, damaging one another, their position in the world.

  • October 26 | 6.00pm | 14'23"

The Shepherd

by Ilya Plyusnin

A typical office plankton, Leonid, living a boring life under a load of daily issues is struggling to finish the annual report for his obnoxious boss when he suddenly gets a chance of getting hold of mighty powers and show the world who the real boss in the town is with a little help from unearthly invaders!

  • October 26 | 6.00pm | 9'11"

The Criminals

by Serhat Karaaslan

Late at night in a small Turkish town, a young couple tries to find a hotel room to spend the night together. They are rejected from all hotels for not having a marriage certificate. Once they believe they've found a trick to use, the situation gets out of hand.

  • October 26 | 6.00pm | 20'

The films in this block will be available from October 27 | 6.00pm to October 29 | 6.00pm.

  • October 27 | 6.00pm | 51'09"


by Kostas Gerampinis

A veterinarian is called in to treat a mysterious disease in a remote farm in Greece. He examines the first victim of this disease, a ram, but the precise nature of the affliction eludes him. A veterinarian is called in to treat a mysterious disease in a remote farm in Greece. He examines the first victim of this disease, a ram, but the precise nature of the affliction eludes him.

  • October 27 | 6.00pm | 15'

Good German Work

by Jannis Alexander Kiefer

The two craftspeople Uli and Didi are working on a swastika in their workshop somewhere between rural idyll and village dreariness, wondering about the strange newcomers in the village.

  • October 27 | 6.00pm | 14'


by Lorenzo Follari

A man on a boat is going further and further away into the sea.

  • October 27 | 6.00pm | 5'09"

The Crossroads

by Anna Nosatova

Artem is stuck in the routine of an unhappy life. He is under constant female pressure in the family and at work. A sudden meeting with a stranger at the crossroad makes him decide to make drastic changes.

  • October 27 | 6.00pm | 17'

The films in this block will be available from October 27 | 9.00pm to October 29 | 9.00pm.

  • October 27 | 9.00pm | 48'03"


by Rubén Guindo Nova

Through the eyes of Ana, a young teenager, we will be able to see how continued harassment can nullify and destroy the personality of any minor.

  • October 27 | 9.00pm | 19'57"

Are You Ok

by Mattis Adar Ohana Goksøyr

Sara experiences another woman's orgasm and gets a new view on life.

  • October 27 | 9.00pm | 4'02"


by Adrian Replanski

As a strange plague tightens its grip on an isolated rural village, a young woman's contact with the outside world breeds unrest amongst superstitious townspeople.

  • October 27 | 9.00pm | 11'30"


by Laurynas Bareisa

Using a faceless doll, a criminal reenacts his brutal crime. Surprisingly he is not the one being judged.

  • October 27 | 9.00pm | 12'34"

Before we Leave

by Natalia Gurkina

Family packs for the moving and does not notice the coming of the strange Old Lady in black. Only the youngest daughter knows the reasons of her scaring visit.

  • October 27 | 9.00pm | 9'24''

The films in this block will be available from October 23 | 6.30pm to October 25 | 6.30pm.

  • October 23 | 6.30pm | 47'18"'

Eating Game

by KangShi Lan

EATING GAME is a animation about eating wild animals. It shows the relationship between human beings and wild animals. We are not at the top of the food chain.

  • October 23 | 6.30pm | 3'39''


by Cinzia Angelini

With little more than imagination and a touch of humanity, a young girl manages to survive war, and discover hope.

  • October 23 | 6.30pm | 19'50"


by Heta-Linnea Kovanen

Constantine was a fine lady, who lived her life in a very beautiful but fragile way - just like flowers do.

  • October 23 | 6.30pm | 1'09"

Plans for Love

by Claire Sichez

After 20 years of living together, Carine, Fabrice and their son Simon have a well-ordered daily life. While Carine is restricted to household chores, Fabrice spends his time watching television. Each in a different space, their eyes no longer meet.

  • October 23 | 6.30pm | 15'

People in Motion

by Christoph Lauenstein

In a land without light, the sudden appearance of a strange,illuminated object causes a stir among the inhabitants.

  • October 23 | 6.30pm | 8'27''"

The films in this block will be available from October 24 | 6.30pm to October 26 | 6.30pm.

  • October 24 | 6.30pm | 41'46''


by Axel Vendrely, Damien Barthas, Lise Delacroix, Emma Gaillien, Pierre Legargeant, R. Van Hollebeke

Before dawn, an odd character born from the sky crashes down in a desert. Awoken and weak, he's going to struggle to get back to the highest point in the sky, while facing a rising earth. However in his frantic ascension, something is happening under his steps...

  • October 24 | 6.30pm | 6'26"


by Erick Oh

A massive 8K size animation installation project which portrays our society and history, which is filled with beauty and absurdity. This ambitious piece can be simply defined as a contemporary animated edition of the Renaissance fresco mural paintings.

  • October 24 | 6.30pm | 8'44"


by Caroline Cherrier

Guillaume kills Horacio “because he was shouting too loud.” At his trial, the vacuity of the motive disconcerts. During his 10 years in prison, Guillaume gradually forgets this story which had convinced no one. When he gets out, someone starts shouting again…

  • October 24 | 6.30pm | 10'

Bye Little Block!

by Éva Darabos

A young woman learns that soon she will have to move from the blockhouse flat she lives in. After receiving the upsetting news from the owner of the flat she is overwhelmed with emotions. Her teardrop of farewell grows into a concrete monolith. When the drop hits the ground a surreal panorama of the blockhouse area - she used to call home - unfolds...

  • October 24 | 6.30pm | 8'42"


by Antonio Michele Stea

The gaze belongs to the individual: always looking at the outside from the inside. Inside and out are the same image in a mirror. Here the space is not a space.

  • October 24 | 6.30pm | 7'43"

The films in this block will be available from October 25 | 6.30pm to October 27 | 6.30pm.

  • October 25 | 6.30pm | 47'27"


by Samuel Patthey

In a hidden place, the daily routine of a retirement home unfolds as time seems to stand still. The penciled residents come to life on paper.

  • October 25 | 6.30pm | 15'

The Pigeon

by Zahra Ebadi

The world is filled with various puppets. They are born. They grow up and become puppets. This is how they live. They're all the same... But you... I know what you are. The puppets know you as an alien... an alien that defies them. They are going to fall into decay...

  • October 25 | 6.30pm | 4'04"

Granny’s Sexual Life

by Urška Djukić

Triggered by the revealing way of dressing of one of their granddaughters, four old women reflect on their memories of old times when they themselves were young and how different the relationships between man and women were back then...

  • October 25 | 6.30pm | 13'40"

Hanged Man’s Revenge

by Fabio Catalano, Alex Cattabriga, Matteo Ferrari

On a foggy night, the sailor Edward is in search of a ghost ship that legends tell is home to an immense treasure protected by a dark curse...

  • October 25 | 6.30pm | 3'21"

The Dance in the Depth

by Karina Hananeia

A raven lives in a congested and noisy city. Once he saw a dream. Following this dream, he decided to escape the city and flew to the sea. The Raven trembled at the sight of the giant creature - the Whale. The anticipation of the unexperienced filled his heart. He rushed to the Whale and was caught in his breath.

  • October 25 | 6.30pm | 2'30"

The Seine’s Tears

by Yanis Belaid, Eliott Benard, N. Mayeur, E. Moulin, Hadrien Pinot, L. Vicente, Philippine Singer, A. Letailleur

17 october 1961, "Algerian workers" get down the streets to manifest against the mandatory curfew imposed by the Police prefecture.

  • October 25 | 6.30pm | 8'49"

The films in this block will be available from October 27 | 6.30pm to October 29 | 6.30pm.

  • October 27 | 6.30pm | 34'26"

The Train Driver

by Zuniel Kim

Throughout his professional life, Bernd Ziegler has killed six people because they threw themselves in front of his train. How does a train driver handle this?

  • October 27 | 6.30pm | 5'30"


by Theo W Scott

A hand-drawn sequential telling of human history in all its horror and glory, culminating in our next evolutionary leap. Cuties explores the elusive beauty in how we as a species continue forward in spite of our proclivity for destruction.

  • October 27 | 6.30pm | 5'14"

What Resonates in Silence

by Marine Blin

Hiding death does not make it disappear. A little girl who suffered from the silence of adults felt dispossessed of her right to mourn. As an adult, she recounts the tender gestures that bind her to the dead.

  • October 27 | 6.30pm | 8'02"

In this love letter to artists, their art and its audience, one filmmaker is confronted with rejection after rejection until, at last a beautiful fig tree bears sweet fruits.

  • October 27 | 6.30pm | 9'


by Nayla Nassar, Edouard Pitula, R. de Saint Albin, Cécile Adant, Anaïs Sassatelli, C. Behague

Beirut, 1982. As Nicolas prepares to flee his hometown, torn apart by an endless civil war, he crosses the path Beirut, 1982.

  • October 27 | 6.30pm | 7'03''

The movies in this block will be available from October 24 | 6.00pm to October 26 | 6.00pm.

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 18'10''


by Jan Kellner

A group of guys whose task is to deal goods to clients in the pandemics. The movie reflects the relationships of these guys trying to deal with the loneliness of their clients.

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 2'23''


by Maciej Paluszynski

Short movie about the relationship between mother and daughter. About looking for love and closeness. Between life and dream.

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 2'50"


by Zhu Xiaolong

The birth of a life, big or small, seems to contain the mystery of the universe. In the mother's womb, it is a microcosm of the universe, accumulating huge life force. At the beginning of life, it seems that everything has been written from the dark yellow sky and earth to the birth of the sun, moon, stars, mountains, rivers, vegetation, birds, beasts and human beings.

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 2'59"

Killer Brownie!

by Igna L. Vacas

An instagramer records a brownie recipe for his followers but he will get a terrible surprise at night...

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 3'


by John Lester Rimorin

After receiving a fish from a stranger, a kid does everything to take care of it, believing it is what kindness is all about. But he starts to question his moral compass when his mother asks him to set the fish free.

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 3'


by Plinio Scambora

It's another common day of service at a telemarketing center. Poor service, lots of queues, poorly trained attendants, etc. Until Jorge, the operation's manager, receives an ultimatum from Marina, head of product: Either the operation improves, or everyone will be fired.

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 1'


by Kevin Lucero Less

A man is visited by three separate night callers.

  • October 24 | 6.00pm | 3'

The films in this block will be available from October 25 | 18.00pm to October 27 | 18.00pm.

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 16'59"


by Nadin Alyekhina

Year 2040. People, in their conquest of living space, have crossed a critical line. Finally, the balance upset the release of new chemical weapons, the use of which led to a rapid increase in the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere. To survive, scientists invented air capsules, which have become the main value for people ...

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 4'40"

Come to Me to Look at Me

by Victoria Okuneva

The man dreamed of performing on the big stage, but lost his sight. His daughter promises to fulfill his dream.

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 2'21"

Good Morning, Class!

by James Bueno

Our mother is our first teacher, and our teacher is our second mother. The story of a High School teacher named Camille, who still manages to smile in front of her students despite the struggle she's experiencing to balance her duty in school and at home due to the ongoing effect of the global pandemic.

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 2'

Portraits of Pulchritude

by Kent Michael Cadungog

Alexander, 30. Visually impaired since he was in the third grade. How does he see beauty?

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 2'


by Kateřina Kunčická

Michal is a 14-year-old boy full of love, determination, optimism and passion for sports. Most of all, he loves hockey. He has cerebral palsy, but that doesn't stop him from going after his dream. Despite his disability, Michael's life is rich and full.

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 3'

Stooped Down

by Jude Matanguihan

Joe is forced to learn about the history of the Philippines jeepney because of its poor design and how its history represent what it is today as an icon of the Philippines.

  • October 25 | 6.00pm | 2'58"

The films in this block will be available from October 28 | 6.30pm to October 30 | 6.30pm.

  • October 28 | 6.30pm | 15'26"

The Wooden Dog

by Octavio Maya Rocha

Pamela Trueba makes big efforts to keep saving animals, this is a brief story about her battles.

  • October 28 | 6.30pm | 2'48"

Touch Your Life

by Buğra Mert Alkayalar

A lot of people think they have survived solitude through technology. They take advantage of it anytime, anywhere. What if, on the contrary, it isolates the person from their surroundings and makes them more lonely?

  • October 28 | 6.30pm | 2'44"

The One Year Anniversary

by SJ van Breda

A young healthcare worker goes above and beyond to hug her mother on the one year anniversary of lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • October 28 | 6.30pm | 3'43"

Valse Naïve

by Antonello Tosto, Mariapia Di Lecce

Maridyl is waiting for her love...

  • October 28 | 6.30pm | 3'11"

Will Pass

by Fernanda Nascimento

We wake up with more worries than yesterday and thus the pandemic is so much worse. Will Pass is about the life in between the chaos, the beautiful and happy little things on the ordinary day.

  • October 28 | 6.30pm | 2'

Midnight Stories: Morgan

by Ryan Cauchi

A 1-minute anthology series for TikTok, which adapts ghost stories, creepy folklore and urban legends for a young adult audience. The pilot episode 'Morgan' is a modern retelling of the "Vanishing Hitchhiker" urban legend.

  • October 28 | 6.30pm | 1'