22 april

20:00

KINOPANORAMA


Occidente
Ana Vaz
Brazil, France / 2015, 15 min

A film-poem of an ecology of signs that speaks of colonial history repeating itself. Subalterns become masters,
antiques become reproducible dinner sets, exotic birds become luxury currency, exploration becomes extreme-sport-tourism, monuments become geodata. A spherical voyage eastwards and westwards marking cycles of expansion in a struggle to find one's place, one's sitting around a table.

Freud and Friends
Gabriel Abrantes
Portugal, Switzerland / 2015, 23 min

With the help of the most consecrated neuroscientists, Herner Werzog travels inside the brain of artists and filmmakers from all over the world and documents their dreams. In Lisbon, young director Gabriel Abrantes will be the victim.


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Frankenstein's Bride
Agostina Galvez, Francisco Lezama
Argentina / 2015, 13 min

Yvana spends the summer in Buenos Aires working in an agency that rents out apartments to foreigners. She welcomes the tourists, helps them with translation problems and currency exchange. Yet, behind her amiable facade, Yvana’s intentions remain ambiguous and she creates a world for herself, in which reality, fiction, lies, love and affairs constantly intertwine.

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Réplique
Antoine Giorgini
France / 2015, 19 min

Today, Tony is supposed to audition for drama school. But Steven, his best friend and reading partner, doesn't show up. After having failed to find another volunteer Tony gives up, determined never to speak to the traitor again.


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Damaged Goods
Nermin Hamzagić
Bosnia and Herzegovina / 2015, 20 min

Tarik lives alone and works as a stockman in a supermarket. He is lonely and killing his time in the company of two colleagues. Small shop near by the supermarket employs new girl. Tarik is fond of her, and under cover of darkness he starts secretly to draw on a store window. He is hidden from the prying eyes of the society that sees every emotion as a sign of weakness.