AL AMPARO DEL CIELO
Produced by: Florencia Dupont, Pepe Acosta, Sebastián Sánchez Barrientos
Production companies: Santiago Independiente, Nuevos Trópicos, Ceis8
Cinematography: Sebastián Sánchez Barrientos
Sound: Nicolás Saldivia, Diego Aguilar
Music: Sebastián Cifuentes
A muleteer, his group and more than a thousand sheep cross rivers and cliffs to reach the heart of the Andes Mountains. Once at the top, in a small flooded valley, the group says goodbye and the muleteer is left alone. Little by little he loses himself among the mountains, while dreams appear as ghosts.
I MORTI RIMANGONO CON LA BOCCA APERTA THE DEAD REMAIN WITH THEIR MOUTH OPEN
Cinematography: Fabrizio Ferraro
Assistant director: Antonio Catanese
Assistant editor: Marta Reggio
Production company: Passepartout, Eddie Saeta
Sound: Simone Frati
Cast: Emiliano Marrocchi, Domenico D’Addabbo, Fabio Fusco, Olimpia Bonato, Antonio Sinisi
Central Italy. The snowy landscape witnesses the escape of four hunted partisans. As they wander under the storm in search of shelter, they meet a young girl.
KRUTXALTEANIK URONARAT BETWEEN KRUTXALTEA AND URONA
Sound: Iosu Gonzalez Etxabe
With: Itziar Acín, Jone Alastuei, Fernando Alastuey, Irati Albero, Saioa Albero, Libe Aldamizetxebarria, Maciek Aldaz, Voytec Aldaz, Iker Álvarez, Leire Aliende, Harkaitz Alonso, Izadi Alonso, David Andueza, Jesus Andueza, Javier Andueza, Miguel Andueza, Zaine Arriortua, Claudia Atozki , Patxi Atozki, Maria Luisa Bernat, Maria Jesús Ezquer, Maria Rosario Garjon, Agnieszka Jadwiga Radochońska, Asun Indurain, Gloria Indurain, Javier Intxusta, Estefania Labairu, Marina Lameiro, Adei Marco, Angel Mari Marco, Conrado Marco, Guillermo Marco, Miriam Marco, Pablo Marco, Pedro José Marco, Pilar Marco, Belen Marko, Miguel Marqués, Mikel Marqués, Carmen Martín, José de Miguel, Patro de Miguel, Irune Muruzabal, Sagrario Nagore, Amaia Orduna, Camino Orduna, Felix Orduna, Gloria Orduna, Mari Sol Orduna, Mari Juana Perez, Ane Li Ros, Galder Unzalu, Paco Vargas, Uztarrozeko biztanleria
Uztarroz is a village in the Navarrese Pyrenees where three films had been shot without the authorship and decisions of its inhabitants, until the summer of 2022. In this fourth film they collectively determine how to portray the village and represent themselves.
MOURIR À IBIZA (UN FILM EN TROIS ÉTÉS) DYING IN IBIZA (A FILM IN THREE SUMMERS)
Editing Juliette Alexandre
Production: Antoine Salomé, Joséphine Mourlaque
Production company: Mabel Films, La Villa Canouche
Cast: Lucile Balézeaux, César Simonot, Mathis Sonzogni, Alex Caironi, Jag, Elsa Rapu, Tony Ribas Bonet, Jonnie
In the last days of summer, Lena arrives in Arles and waits for Marius, an ex-boyfriend she reconnected with online. Marius keeps her waiting, and meanwhile she meets Maurice and Ali, respectively baker and gladiator. In Arles, Etretat and Ibiza, facing all dangers, their friendship will last three summers.
SOUVENIR D’ATHÈNES SOUVENIR FROM ATHENS
« He came to read. Two or three books are open; historians and poets. But he read for barely ten minutes, and gave them up. » C. CAVAFY
THE FRUIT TREE
Photography: Isabelle Tollenaere, Grimm Vandekerckhove
Music: Hendrik Lasure
Sound: Liesbeth De Ceulaer, Kwinten Van Laethem Bart Vanvoorden
Produced by: Bo De Group, Hans Everaert,
Production company: Menueto Film
Cast: Sharleece Bourne Alexis Bolden
In The Fruit Tree a young woman, Sharleece, wanders through a house that is available to rent in the sleepy desert town where she lives, California City. Looking out of the window evokes unexpected memories of her childhood home in Los Angeles.
THE GRAVE’S SKY
Extracts from “Vampyr” (1932) by Carl Dreyer
Music: Maria Callas, “Anna Bolena”; Joseph Kosma,”Une Partie de Campagne”
“A requiem for all those swept away in the wake of the Covid-19 virus. Beginning during the initial months of lockdown, I shot this short film piecemeal and in isolation.” (John Gianvito)
雨の詩 THE SONG OF RAIN
Assistant Director: Koichi Kubodera
Cinematography: Yutaka Aoki
Sound: Kota Sasai
Production: Akiyuki Tsuji, Aiko Masubuchi
Cast: Ryubun Sumori, Hiroki Teraoka
Two men, Tera and Jin, live deep in the countryside of Japan, in a house built of sustainable materials—an autonomous structure that doesn’t rely on non-renewable energy. Tera is a local, used to living in the wild. Jin is an intellectual who moved from the city and struggles to keep up. Cerebrally, Jin knows that this is the lifestyle he wants but can he live it? Perhaps none of it matters in nature, in poetry and in the rain. A meditation on our present and future shot on 16mm b&w film.