Một Khu Đất Tốt / Blessed Land

Vietnam, fiction, 2019, 18′

Director: Phạm Ngọc Lân
Screenplay: Phạm Ngọc Lân
Cinematography:  Trang Công Minh
Editing:  Phạm Thị Hảo
Scenography:  Kelly Hoàng
Sound:  Arnaud Soulier
Cast: Minh Châu, Hoàng Hà, Thùy Anh
Production: Ngô Đài Trang, Nghiêm Quỳnh Trang

A middle-aged woman and her son visit her late husband’s grave situated in a former fishing village she hasn’t been to in decades. In the cemetery on the sandy dunes, they wander around for a long time without finding the headstone.




Switzerland, animation, 2019, 9′ 

Director: Michael Frei
Screenplay: Michael Frei, Mario von Rickenbach
Animation: Michael Frei, Martine Ulmer, Anaïs Voirol
Sound: Masumi Takino
Music:  Olav Lervik, Riga Cathedral Boys Choir
Production: Playables

An animated short exploring group dynamics. How do we define ourselves when we are all equal?


Our Song to War

Belgium, Colombia, documentary, 2018, 14′ 

Director: Juanita Onzaga
Screenplay: Juanita Onzaga
Cinematography:  Juanita Onzaga
Editing:  Juanita Onzaga
Sound:  Jeremy Bocquet
Voice: Leopolda Rojas, Eliseo Pino Chaverra
Production: RANA Films & De Chinezen (Juanita Onzaga, Jan Stevens, Sofie Despeer)

Crocodile-men, a mystic river, some kids that like fishing, and a war that ends share the same Colombian land – Bojaya. In this place, villagers have strange beliefs and celebrate the “Novenario” death ritual. This might be the beginning of a very long story, where spirits and humans meet each other to learn what is there to life after the end of war.


Roadside Attraction

USA, documentary, 2017, 10′

Director: Patrick Bresnan, Ivete Lucas
Cinematography:  Patrick Bresnan
Editing:   Ivete Lucas
Sound:  Eric Friend
Production: Maida Lynn, Patrick Bresnan, Ivete Lucas

After a very famous airplane arrives at Palm Beach International Airport, an otherwise ordinary stretch of Florida highway attracts an avid cluster of excited onlookers and selfie-takers. In the ensuing spectacle, these curious Americans reveal the qualities they may share with the plane’s huuuge-ly notable passenger.


Sun Dog

Belgium, Russia, fiction, 2020, 20’ 

Director: Dorian Jespers
Screenplay:  Dorian Jespers
Cinematography:  Arnaud Alberola, Dorian Jespers
Editing: Omar Guzman
Scenography:  Zara van den Bergh
Sound:  Thomas Becka
Music:  Felix Casaer
Cast: Alexander Pronkin, Tatiana Smirnova, Andrey Sychyov
Production: KASK, Scum Pictures, ATAKA51 (Gust van den Berghe)

Fedor is a young locksmith in Murmansk, a frozen city in the obscurity of the Russian Arctic. Client after client, he roams through the alleys of concrete animated by a fantasy that isolates him from the city and its population. His dreams corrode his relation to reality and open the door to a phantasmagoric universe; a second sun is rising above the Russian Arctic.