AWARD WINNERS 2020
AWARD NOMINATIONS 2020
SCREENING PROGRAM 2020
AKRAMDir. Mickey Broothaerts, Adrien Berlandi
After a weekend away, Alexander comes home to pick up his "special" shirt for the concert he is scheduled to perform that same evening and is surprised to find his shirt missing. His search for the shirt leads him to Jalal and Akram, two refugees that his roommate housed during the weekend. Faced with the intimacy of the relationship between the two refugees and their hardships, Alexander comes to realize that his own search is trivial in comparison.
The CornfieldDir. Michaël Guerraz
Yves has accepted to plant an experimental cornfield on his farm.
This decision allows the couple to be more financially stable.
As they have a baby on the way, everything seems to be on the up. That is, until one day, when Yves discovers some strange sap flowing down an ear of corn.
I'm ListeningKatja Korhonen
In the last hours of the night, Mirja, a Night Radio host, gets a call on the air of a possible end of the world. Soon this unexpected call starts bursting Mirja's bubble in a way she never would have expected.
National BoomerangDir. Gaïa Rasnova
"National Boomerang" retraces the errance of Loba, a lonely teenage girl, against a backdrop of urban, country and industrial landscapes. In a immersive and contemplative way we follow her way and adventures.
JSon - Mavri Agapi ("Black Love")Dir. Dimitris Makaronas
"Black Love" is an allegoric moving picture portraying the artist's psyche, using nature's five elements as a visual language.
The PriestDir. Michael Vukadinovich
In a lonely desert town a suicidal priest (Patton Oswalt) makes a decision that kicks into motion a series of strange events leading him to an unexpected discovery. Is it coincidence or miraculous?
Lou - Athens to BerlinDir. George Tsirogiannis
Newcomer Greek electro pop artist LOU follows a light that will hopefully lead her out of the trap she has made for herself. "Athens to Berlin" is the first music video off of LOU's self-titled debut album, released on January 15 by Greek independent label KLIK Records.
The ManchadorDir. Kaveh Tehrani
Mina and Saeed live a stressful life in the Iranian capital, Tehran. Being a woman in Iran is not particularly easy and Mina sees a future for the family elsewhere. She wants to move abroad, but Saeed then invents a device that places the responsibility for the hijab where it belongs – with the men whose gaze women need protection from.
The Manchador is a satire about life in modern day Tehran, seeing, our senses, and spirituality.
DogwatchDir. Albin Wildner
After losing his lifelong position at an industrial corporation, Raphael is forced by the Austrian Unemployment Office to take an underwhelming job as a night-time security guard. He recently moved back in with his bedridden mother, who is also cared for by the dedicated Ukrainian nurse Vera. Through her support, Raphael gradually learns to cope with his new life situation, but a tragic incident breaks his world apart once more.
A warm-hearted narrative about a part of societ