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Morgan Bertacca / Italy (23')

The Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt flat in the world. Situated at 3,650 meters above sea level in south Bolivia, its 12,000 square km of salt make it the biggest reserve of lithium on Earth. 
"Salar" tells the adventure of the two ultrathletes, Nico Valsesia and Marco Gazzola, who travelled trough Bolivia and ran no-stop for 170 km to cross the Salar de Uyuni, an achievement never accomplished by any athlete.


Chad, the legendary Guerewol

Yuri Palma / Italy (11'34'')


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Dajla: Cinema and Oblivion

Arturo Dueñas Herrero / Spain (15')

Life is going on in Dakhla, one of the Sahrawi refugee camps in southern Algeria, forgotten for 45 years. The celebration of a film festival, the Fisahara, breaks the monotony. The event ends, life (and oblivion) continues.

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Nobody dies here

Simon Panay / France (23')

Perma gold mine, Benin. Some dream to find something, others realized there was nothing to be found. Some dig relentlessly hoping to become rich, others died in the process. And a few of them say that here, nobody dies.

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Simulation of Mr Yellow

Mahan Khomamipour /
Islamic Republic of Iran (17')

“Abu Zokur” is the name of an old man who always wears yellow and wanders around the 
wreckage of Aleppo’s war-torn city every day and waits at a certain place. Not only his clothes but also his mobile phone, watch, refrigerator, home walls, and all his other living things are yellow. 

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Giulia Tivelli, Flavia Scardini / Italy (18'11'')

Colombia, 1995. A baby girl named Milady is welcomed with open arms by her new parents, who change her name to Giulia. Rome, 2017, Giulia needs to start researching her own origins through the encounter with some young people who share her same experience. This is the story of Francesca, Ananth, Giulia and Francesco, each of a different origin, who tell us the difficulties of being adopted children.


Les Aigles de Carthage

Adriano Valerio / Italy (19')

14 February 2004, Radès Olympic Stadium, Tunis. The whole nation stands behind The Eagles of Carthage in the Africa Cup Final against Morocco. After many defeats they are just one step away from glory. Fifteen years after the match, Tunisians still recall the emotion of a day that deeply affected the History of the country.


Growing on two wheels

Bertrand Lemeunier/ Canada (27'51'')

Growing on Two Wheels is Vanessa’s love story for bike trips. Over time, the challenges become very different when cycling as a family. During her journey from ages 32 to 40, she will have learned to overcome her doubts and step out of her comfort zone.

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