A notch above a typical coming of age film, Shirley Temple aims at exploring emotional bonding between women of same and different generations.
The primary technique Makunday and Tétshim are using for their film is stop-motion animation with quite abstract figurines made of small rock pieces represent the humans.
Regional premiere of two films by the Yugantar Film Collective at the 15th Pravo Ljudski Film Festival
Yugantar made only four films, however their contribution to the documentation of the various struggles raised by the women’s movement was essential.
Lentzou lets the thoughts wander seemingly free like it’s sometimes the case with conversations, be it with the Universe or between people
The topic of the film is the status of the predominantly female workers in the tobacco industry in the town of Nipani.
Children from Antwerp, Athens and Sarajevo were asked to interprete the fragments of their towns caught on the sticky surface of the rolls of transparent tapes they rolled on the surfaces of just anything they found interesting.
Rivers, streams and lakes are scarce in the north of Yucatan peninsula in Mexico, so often the only source of fresh water there are cenotes, the limestone fountains filled with fresh, naturally filtered rain water.
‘Cochihza’ could have been filmed years before 2013, or it could have been filmed this year, what we see would be the same.
If not in schools, “small histories” can be found in museums, and Billy Woodberry’s short documentary ‘A Story from Africa’ resembles a visit to one, local or maybe regional…