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Access to the videos will be opened at 10h00 Paris time 

The Goat

Feature

country

Italy

duration:

01:30:00

Hadyia a pregnant eleven years old orphan escapes from her village after having been forced to marriage. She takes the road to freedom alone with her goat whose milk she will use to survive. Sometimes when she drinks the milk she feels her mum is talking to her.
Director’s Quote: In war and in poverty the first to be sacrificed are young girls. Sold as wives, as prostitutes, young girls are the first to be taken out of school and the last to be taken to a hospital.
"The Goat" is a captivating and thought-provoking film that we believe would be a valuable addition to your esteemed festival. Directed by the talented Ilaria Borelli, the film explores complex themes of human nature, resilience, and the indomitable spirit of the human soul. We are confident that its unique narrative and exceptional cinematography will resonate with both the festival's audience and the distinguished jury.

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film director:

Ilaria Borelli

Too Beautiful For This World

Documentary

country

France

duration:

00:15:00

A film about the reality of a mother and her autistic child on a daily basis. A total immersion without detours in the heart of a strong story between Louise, a ten year old girl with autism, and her mother ready to do anything to protect her from the world around her.

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film director:

Aïcha Ghembaza

The Concrete Between Us

Documentary, Short

country

United Kingdom

duration:

00:15:00

The separation wall, erected by Israel in the Palestinian Territories in the early 2000s as a security barrier, has left a legacy of untold suffering and privations on the people and communities whose landscape it carved through.
"The Concrete Between Us" is an investigative, current affairs short documentary following a cross-section of Palestinian civil society affected in their daily life by the restrictions imposed by Israeli military occupation.

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film director:

Claudio Laurini

Tula Lives!

Documentary

country

Netherlands

duration:

00:45:00

The documentary ‘Tula Lives’ follows singer Izaline's journey to Curaçao with musician and friend Thijs Borsten as they explore an island's historical event — the slave uprising led by Tula over 200 years ago. The film showcases the significance of Tula and that revolt, which is remembered on Dia di Tula (Tula Day) on August 17th. Through interviews with experts and visits to important locations, the documentary sheds light on the legacy of Tula and its impact on modern Curaçaoan society.

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film director:

Thijs Borsten, Rens Polman

A Medal

Short film

country

China

duration:

00:15:00

This is a short story film about Grandpa Zhu, a veteran of the Anti Japanese War. After the end of the Anti Japanese War, Grandpa Zhu returned to his hometown to work in agriculture. After the establishment of the People’s Republic of China, due to historical reasons, surviving veterans of the expeditionary army, such as Grandpa Zhu, were treated unfairly in multiple political movements. After the end of the Cultural Revolution, although they were not further impacted, their achievements in the war of resistance have not been publicly recognized by the authorities.

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film director:

Yang JunWu

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