Whole Wide World Competition – set III
December 5, 18:00
Camera Cafe, 14/11 Lipowa St.
Screening schedule (106′, 16+):
director: Ismaël Joffroy Chandoutis
director of photography: Ismaël Joffroy Chandoutis
France 2018, 21’
Online players describe their struggles with “swatting”, a life-threatening cyber-harassment phenomenon that looms over them whenever they play. The events take shape through youtube videos and wireframe images from a video game.
Rapaz / Raptor
director: Felipe Gálvez
director of photography: Matías Illanes
music: Diego Behncke
Chile 2018, 13’
Ariel (38) gets involved in a teenager civil arrest, the guy is accused of stealing a phone. A mob surrounds the young man and some accuse him of being guilty and some defend him. Police doesn’t show up. Ariel has to decide which side he is.
Ingen lyssnar / Who Talks
director: Elin Övergaard
director of photography: Josua Enblom
music: Jakob Lindhagen
Sweden 2019, 15’
The new refugee home for children is being discussed at a public council meeting. Two people standing on opposite sides try to get heard.
„Who Talks” raises questions about whose opinions actually matter and what creates polarization.
Excess Will Save Us
director: Morgane Dziurla-Petit
director of photography: Filip Lyman
Sweden, France 2018, 15’
In a small village of the North of France, an attack alert has been set off due to the combination of two events: the beginning of the dove hunting season and an argument between drunk Polish workers.
La nuit des sacs plastiques / The Night of the Plastic Bags
director: Gabriel Harel
France 2018, 18’
Agathe, 39, has but one obsession: to have a child. She finds her ex, Marc-Antoine, a DJ, mixing techno in Marseille. As she tries to talk him into getting back together, plastic bags come to life and attack the city.
director: Sine Özbilge (co-dir. by Imge Özbilge)
Belgium 2019, 9’
A girl and her nihilist adventures in a parallel digital universe interlaced with speed dating, hipster culture and post-net attitudes.
The Flood Is Coming
director: Gabriel Böhmer
director of photography Gabriel Böhmer
music: Nacho Palacios
Switzerland, UK 2018, 9’
A forest hermit tries to prepare for a flood, but he becomes distracted by his noisy neighbour – who happens to be the hermit’s left eye. The Flood is Coming explores the growing anxiety about the state of nature, and our place in it.
director: Sophie Koko Gate
UK 2018, 7’
We follow a day in the life of Tanya, a curious woman who has developed a taste for non-human lovers. This time her bedroom experiments result in the creation of a beautiful giant slug. Has she finally found the formula for total perfection? If so, can such a thing survive in this gnarly world full of freaks and beefs?