Country: The Netherlands

ONDER ONS

How do you cope with a sexual orientation that’s considered morbid by society and by yourself? Three selfconscious, highly-educated paedophiles give merciless insight into their experiences. This documentary reveals the complex emotions and ethical challenges that these men struggle with.

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THE GARDEN OF DELIGHT

Inspired by the triptych The Garden of Delight by Hieronymus Bosch, this hand-manipulated collage film made entirely out of 35 and 8mm found footage explores the marriage between beauty and evil, heaven and hell, and the irresolvable endless conflict that goes with human nature.

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DISRUPTION

The image’s embeddedness in everyday life is the subject of a film which finds reflections of a 24-hour media culture in the very ground we walk upon. Here, news from the artist’s home country of Turkey disrupts the landscape and visual fields of the present, along with pop-culture fragments, echoes of dictators of old, and the endless iterative possibilities of the image.

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MERYEM

Filmed during the battle of Kobani, this film reveals the women at the heart of the fight against IS. With stoical perseverance and the aid of American airstrikes, these women are leading the fight for freedom.

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3RD BUILDERS’ STREET

This film focuses on the concrete panel houses which appeared throughout the Soviet Union from the 1960s. Despite the fact that most “Khrushchovka,” and following generations of panel houses, are nowadays in a poor condition, the past “future-oriented” ideology is still tangible.

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MOUNTAIN PLAIN MOUNTAIN

Deepening confusion becomes a delightful experience watching this collaborative film by Daniel Jacoby and Yu Araki. Sound and rhythms take centre stage in this observational documentary on Ban’ei, a rare kind of draft horse race that takes place only in Obihiro, Japan.

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HELLO SALAAM

What is it like to have fled home and to temporarily live in a camp? Ten-year-old Sil and eleven-year-old Merlijn have heard the stories from their mothers who both work in refugee camps. The film follows the boys when they come along for the first time and meet the refugee children.

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NIGHT SOIL – FAKE PARADISE

Night Soil examines the healing eff ect of the hallucinatory plant Ayahuasca on modern man’s troubled mind. Can it be, for Western civilisation now, what LSD was for the 1960s? How can shamanism, medicinal drugs, sexuality and the return of the feminine be aligned with the narcissism of cyberspace? Exploring these questions the 􀃶 lm presents an amalgam of personal accounts on the spiritual and bodily experiences with the Amazonian substance, giving particular weight to the feminine voice and point of view, traditionally neglected in psychedelic research. Can empathy, spirituality, feminism and ecological consciousness enable a healthy future for all living organisms on the planet?

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EVERY TIME

A reinterpretation of a Britney Spears song, mixing a fan’s YouTube version with a depersonalised and mediated image of the artist during a depression, demonstrates how we and pop media create idols and monsters.

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SCRAMBLED

When 19-year old Esra misses her train and kills time playing a fast-paced, flashy game on her smartphone, a vintage Rubik’s Cube catches her attention.

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HEADS TOGETHER

A surreal story about three friends who exchange heads by accident and are forced to adapt to each others life. This leads to funny but also enriching situations. Will they be able to keep it secret? And will they ever get their own head back?

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NATURE: ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

In a world where the original nature is widely disappearing, there seems to be a new forming: artificial nature. This essayistic documentary examines the context, experience and various forms of this simulated nature in an experimental way.

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SEA FACTORY

Since part of the Baltic fleet moved away most of Kronstadt is no longer a closed military city. With the renewed cathedral as the centrepiece, the city revises its own destination to fill the void that was left behind. The photographic process of colour separation emphasises the city’s state of being in between past and future: the heroic turbulent history, changing ideologies, and growing tourism.

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SUPPORTING FILM

From the perspectives of a dozen different viewers, this documentary explores the peculiar ritual of watching film. How is this medium experienced by people with sensory impairments, strong religious beliefs, or lovesickness?

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GREEN SCREEN GRINGO

Behind a green screen, a foreigner finds his way in an enchanting – yet turbulent – Brazil. Where the streets are a stage for politics, art, and affection, a gringo can only watch. The result is a mixtape-portrait of modern day Brazil seen through the eyes of the visitor.

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IMPORT

In 1994, a young Bosnian refugee family gets a residence permit and ends up in a small village in the Netherlands. Absurd situations arise as they try to make this new world their home.

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EVERYTIME

A reinterpretation of a Britney Spears song, mixing a fan’s YouTube version and the artist’s image during a depression, demonstrates how pop media create idols and monsters.

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I’LL FLY HIGHER

Two young brothers wander around in a big and empty world without a clear destination. Together they try to escape reality, but how do you relate to an undeniable world that you don’t seem to be part of?

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PROVE ME WRONG

Because of his provocative attitude, 15-year-old Julius is sent to a special school with a behavioural change program. But Julius sees no reason to adjust to the hypocrisy of normality. Will he be able to stay true to his ideals and be released from the programme altogether?

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