Documentary Panorama 2

Event Timeslots:

Vanha viinatehdas,
Thursday 26.08.2021
-
7€ Buy tickets

Vanha viinatehdas,
Saturday 28.08.2021
-
7€ Buy tickets

Screening time: 1 h 10 min

Films in this screening:

Ido Hartmann:

The Shadow of the Sun

Israel, 2019. 8 minutes.

7 years ago Boaz has cut all ties with his parents, brother & sister, his friends, and his previous world. The story is about his disappearance and embarks on a surreal journey into the memories he left with his family.

Jeanne Patrule, Cécile Rousset, Benjamin Serero:

Esperança

France, 2019. 5 minutes.

Esperança, 15, has just arrived in France from Angola with her mother. At Amiens station, they don't know where to sleep and look for someone who can help them.

Katya Mikheeva:

Shall we talk?

Russia, 2020. 14 minutes.

Polina is a bisexual Russian girl. This is an animated documentary about her coming out to her family. 

John Robert Lee:

Not for money, not for love, not for nothing

United Kingdom, 2020. 14 minutes.

In the underground world of money and sex, this emotionally engaging documentary gives rare insight into the reflective personal struggle of sex workers. Real questions are deliberated by real women, sharing their real stories. 

Mathias de Panafieu:

It wasn’t Bourgogne

France, 2020. 7 minutes.

Between two telephone calls, my grandfather recounts some of his memories from the war when he was twenty years old.

Eluned Zoe Aiano, Anna Benner:

All Her Dying Lovers

Germany, 2020. 6 minutes.

Based on a tale that started out as a rumour from WWII Czechoslovakia and ended up in the international tabloids in 2014. The story in question involves a nurse, Nazis, seduction and syphilis, but no-one can agree on what really happened.

María Lorenzo:

Urban Sphinx

Spain, 2020. 5 minutes.

The presence of street art in various neighbourhoods of Valencia (Spain) between 2018 and 2019. These pieces of ephemeral art are animated by connecting each image like the frames of a film. All these faces look at us with wide-open eyes, as if they were telling us that we exist, but we might not exist — and the world would keep on turning.

Varya Yakovleva:

Life’s a Bitch

Russia, 2021. 12 minutes.

One day in the life of a man, whose home was a bench of a railway platform.

Lia Bertels:

And Yet We Are Not Super Heroes

Belgium, 2019. 12 minutes.

When you’re a child, there’s this fragile moment where the boundary between fantasy and reality is shattered. This is the testimony of these children between two worlds, to whom the word was given freely.

Event Timeslots:

Vanha viinatehdas,
Thursday 26.08.2021
-
7€ Buy tickets

Vanha viinatehdas,
Saturday 28.08.2021
-
7€ Buy tickets