4-8.12.2024 / Białystok

Whole Wide World Competition set 3

Rozpoczęcie: 12 June 2021 13:30
Zakończenie: 12 June 2021 15:00
Lokalizacja: Forum Cinema

Whole Wide World Competition set 3

Screening schedule:
DA YIE dir. Anthony Nti, Ghana, Belgium 2019, 20′
NO VACANCY/NO HAY LUGAR dir. Daniel Katz, Argentina 2019, 14′
STEPHANIE dir. Leonardo van Dijl, Belgium 2020, 15′
TO THE DUSTY SEA/A LA MER POUSSIERE dir. Héloise Ferlay, France 2020, 13′
22:47 LINIE 34 dir. Michael Karrer, Switzerland 2019, 10′
SOUVENIR SOUVENIR dir. Bastien Dubois, France 2020, 15′


22:47 LINIE 34
director: Michael Karrer
director of photography: Alicja Pahl
music: Hannes Barfuss
Switzerland 2019, 10′

It’s 10:47 pm on a bus somewhere in a city. A few teenagers are listening to music and talking loudly. The other passengers look languidly out the window or at their cell phones. A drunk man gets in and joins the teenagers; the mood starts to shift…

director: Héloise Ferlay
director of photography: Héloise Ferlay
music: Antonin Tardy
France 2020, 13′

Left alone in the deepest of the summer, Malo and Zoe are trying their best to catch their mother’s elusive eye…

director: Anthony Nti
director of photography: Pieter-Jan Claessens
Ghana, Belgium 2019, 20′

Young Matilda and Prince are taken on a life-changing trip by a stranger. Kids, gangsters and Ghana’s vibrant coast as you’ve never seen them.

director: Daniel Katz
director of photography: Joaquín Neira
Argentina 2019, 14′

Carlos and Darío, father and son, go together to play soccer, but nothing resembles a game between them.

director: Bastien Dubois
France 2020, 15′

“For ten years I pretended I wanted to get my grandfather to share his memories of the Algerian War. Today, I’m not sure I want to hear what he has to say, or whether I want to make this film at all”.

director: Leonardo van Dijl
director of photography: Daniël Bouquet
Belgium 2020, 15′

After winning her first international title, an 11-year-old gymnast experiences both new pressures and a new degree of self-awareness. The more recognition she gets, the more she realizes that the game only has begun.