Productionyear: 2011

DO I HAVE TO TAKE CARE OF EVERYTHING?

A comedy about a chaotic morning in the life of a family with kids and a mother who is determined that it’s best to take care of everything herself.

 

Komedia lapsiperheen kiireisestä aamusta ja äidistä, joka luulee, että asiat hoituvat parhaiten, kun hän hoitaa ne kaikki itse.

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WHITE TURNIPS MAKE IT HARD TO SLEEP

1. Find a reassuring explanation for a bout of sleeplessness: the eating of white turnips. 2. Observe the mechanisms of passion. 3. Escape inadequate ideas. This is the story of a break-up. In the second film of Rachel Lang’s trilogy, Ana is trying to break up with her long-distance boyfriend. Nothing is really wrong with the relationship, but nothing is really right about it either.

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FAZILI’S WIFE

Many years back, I got into a tension with my wife and intended to separate from her. At the time, we only had our first daughter who was born with weak eyesight, my wife lacked literacy and education, and had not any vocational skills. I thought for a second, if I leave my wife and little daughter, how would they live in the traditional and patriarchal society of Afghanistan? The society in which the women are deprived their basic human rights. This led to the idea of making this film.

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ROBO-RAINBOW

Complicated technical solutions to aid in simple acts of vandalism, Tool No 10: Robo-Rainbow. For his ongoing project with “instruments of mass destruction”, the Swedish street artist builds extremely complicated apparatuses in order to execute minimalist vandalism performances.

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DJULA DANCE

Coming straight from the imagination and machines of Senegalese producer Ibaaku, who pieced together this afro-futuristic opus as the soundtrack to Selly Raby Kane’s Alien Cartoon fashion show and art performance.

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HASAKI YA SUDA

t is the year 2100. The world is engulfed in chaos and war and its residents are consumed by terrible hunger. Three warriors: noble Wurubenba, Shandaru, who wants to avenge his father’s death, and Kapkaru craving for power, will face one another in a fight for life and death. The characters speak in a reinvented lingala.

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