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Saturday, Feb 7th @ 3:10pm

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Video Game Movie Store

Video Game Movie Store

Directed by: William Figueroa

SOUTHERN GEORGIA FILMMAKER

A store dedicated to only selling movies based on video games get an angry customer demanding that all copies of a particular movie be destroyed.


Magarwasi

Magarwasi

Directed by: Bhanu Khandelwal, Eshana Multani, Kartik Gupta, Varun Nair

The film shows the story of Inspector Lobo and his encounter with the malicious ‘Magarwasi’ tribe. On chasing the culprits, he finds himself in a life threatening situation after they lead him to a trap!


Si Lunchai

Si Lunchai

Directed by: Hannes Rall

The poor yet smart trickster Si Lunchai triumphs over the cruel king. An adaptation of a popular Indonesian legend in the style of the Southeast Asian shadow puppet play “Wayang Kulit”.
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Eloïse, Little Dreamer

Eloïse, Little Dreamer

Directed by: Myriam L. Obin

It’s a day of celebration in the street of the city and everybody are wearing mask and making noise. However a little girl discover thing are not what they appear to be. Her only solution is to find her big sister in this crowd of faceless stranger before she get squash by them.
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Kiko's Paradise

Kiko’s Paradise

Directed by: PACO GISBERT, RAMÓN ALÓS, PAQUI RAMÍREZ

Kiko is a “magician” who, with a pencil, brings his creations to life: beautiful teddy bear dolls. While in a world tour with his dolls Kiko has an airplane crash and remains trapped for twenty years on an island with only one surviving doll: Boro the teddy bear. During that time, the old man forces the little teddy bear to look for his lost magic pencil, with which he intends to draw his wife into life. When finally the little bear finds the pencil and gives it to Kiko, the old man realizes the loneliness of Boro and with his last breath draws a couple for the doll.
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The Fallen Phoenix

The Fallen Phoenix

Directed by: Gwen Barriac , Heather Larkin

‘The Fallen Phoenix’ is the story of an established composer who struggles to write a masterpiece that pleases both himself and his sponsor. Ultimately, he realizes he has to choose between staying true to his art and pleasing those around him.
The fable of the Phoenix is used as a framework for the story.
The story is told without any spoken words, using music and images alone.
The music is classical in style but uses many electronic sounds and techniques, such as sequencers and arpeggiators.


Little Match Girl

Little Match Girl

Directed by: Kyoko Yamashita

She is just a child who struggles to survive in the concrete jungle. She is a warrior born unwanted, survives the infamous way and she will die rejected being the way she is. Poor, dirty and uneducated.
This modern version of Andersen classical tale shows nothing have changed in modern societies undergoing economical developing : brutal coexistence of wealth and poverty, and the inability of the society to rescue the helpless childhood from the culture of historical indifference.


Dinner For Few

Dinner For Few

Directed by: Nassos Vakalis

“Dinner For Few” is an allegorical depiction of our society. During dinner, “the system” works like a well-oiled machine. It solely feeds the select few who eventually, foolishly consume all the resources while the rest survive on scraps from the table. Inevitably, when the supply is depleted, the struggle for what remains leads to catastrophic change. Sadly, the offspring of this profound transition turns out not to be a sign of hope, but the spitting image of the parents.
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