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Works of any genre and nationality. A section focused on the search for new filmmaking signatures. Pieces that can hardly be catalogued in any specific genre and that dilute the traditional idea of the cinema by exploring innovative avenues that are close to video art, documentary or avant-garde cinema.

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Camera Test

Camera Test

Siegfried A. Fruhauf

  • 2021
  • 04:13
  • Austria
  • EXP
  • COL

It was just supposed to be a review of a cinematic apparatus, but it has turned into quite a storm.

Train Again

Train Again

Peter Tscherkassky

  • 2021
  • 20:00
  • Austria
  • EXP
  • B&W

Train Again is a phantom ride through the engine room of the seventh art, a ceremony of the (violent) mechanics of railway vehicles and image transporters.

Through a shimmering prism, we made a way

Through a shimmering prism, we made a way

Rhea Storr

  • 2022
  • 17:36
  • United Kingdom
  • DOC, EXP
  • B&W

Three sisters move through public/political space – a square, bridge, garden and hill- in this exploration of Black diaspora. Taking as its starting point empty carnival and parade routes in London, United Kingdom and Nassau, Bahamas, the film reflects on progress, the architectural histories of colonialism, and the female body in public space. Glass, mirror and stone are imaged in Super 8 film, where texture and surface are used as a strategic way of moving through these four spaces.

Hevn

Hevn

P. Staff

  • 2022
  • 05:00
  • United Kingdom
  • EXP
  • COL

Combining digital and analogue filmmaking techniques with poetry, hand painted animation and industrial sound, Hevn explores pleasure and pain in the sick or debilitated body with Staff’s ongoing interest in the volatility of queer and trans bodies. Glimpses of footage — a shower scene, traffic, friends gathering – are obscured and revealed by layers of hand painted film and lettering, eventually giving way to a titular poem that asks what happens to us in states of dreaming, volatility, inebriation and exhaustion.

Isn't It a Beautiful World

Isn't It a Beautiful World

Joseph Wilson

  • 2022
  • 13:00
  • United Kingdom
  • EXP
  • COL

Through lip-syncing, this short film depicts the traumatising stories of queer performers Soroya, Harry and Kenya and their emotional journey to adulthood. The film explores themes of loneliness, anxiety, trauma and recovery, all common issues within the LGBT+ community.