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Strange worlds


Until we die

Myriam Verreault, Brigitte Poupart (Canada, 19’)

A poetic crossover in a ruined world where each one survives alone in the collective disarray. The bodies in movement, dance and physical prowess replace the word and embody and reveal bruised characters, haunted by a past that is sweeter than this crumbling world.


A Crab in the pool

Alexandra Myotte, Jean-Sébastien Hamel (Canada 11’)

In a run-down neighborhood, Zoe and her little brother Theo are left to fend for themselves. A young adolescent, Zoe is a ball of anger haunted by an intimate terror. Theo, still a child, flees reality into a fantastical world. During a scorching summer day, the two children will have to burst the abscess of their relationship so as not to lose each other.



LLonymus Axoparri (Finland, 11’)

Like a dream, Wayne finds himself moving from a game show to transcend through an interplanetary seashore. His visions culminate in finding Tranquility, a seaplanet speaking to him.


La petite mort

Emanuele Daga (Italy, 8’)

Under the pretext of bringing back her wallet, a somewhat awkward boy woos the girl of his dreams on the ground floor of his building. Meanwhile, the middle-aged couple on the fourth floor frolic with erotic role-playing to liven up their marriage, until the fates of the two couples become intertwined...ruefully.



Marie-Magdalena Kochová (Czech Republic – 12’)

A nuclear power plant worker obsessed with counting has set a maximum limit on how much electricity he wants to consume. But the energy that should have lasted him for the rest of his life is slowly running out, forcing him to decide on its final use. 3 MWh is a film poem about degrowth and shows what it  would look like if man stopped putting themselves at the center of nature. A 16mm analogue footage damaged by digitally recorded electrical discharges based on protagonist's voice demonstrates the relationship between man and material reality.

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Luís Soares (Portugal, 7’)

A sad and restrained man lying on the bed in his empty room. Hesitates, ponder hypotheses in a cycle without deciding, stuck. In exhaustion all anguish equals. Another man is sitting at the window: he looks at him and to the street. Characters in broken situations. The key positions, the suspended sequences, are shown. The man almost decides - and they almost return, inside and out, to them and to the city, time and movement. Infinite dawn.

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Life haks for lover

Marc Grey (Israel, 15’)

Roberta finds her recipe for love. A comic fantasy about love and creation starring two of the dance world’s most exciting performers.

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