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Berlinale Spotlight: Generation

28 September @ 11:00 am - 12:45 pm

| IDR20,000

Leaking Life
Shunsaku Hayashi | Japan | 15 MINS

Thousands of them are packed in a bag.
The hand dragging the bag has never been seen from their angle.
The track on sand is easily erased by waves.
Touching the surface of the sea, they grow a new skin.

Michael Frei | Switzerland | 9 MINS

An animated short exploring group dynamics. How do we define ourselves when we are all equal?

Oh Corbeau! Oh Corbeau!
Pierre Garcia-Rennes | Canada, France | 9 MINS

The crow thought the world was only darkness and shadows. But that was until a strange wind brought him a red feather, and his journey began. Oh Crow! Oh Crow! is a Native American tale from the Oji-Cree, of the strange feeling of growing up and becoming yourself.

The Jungle Knows You Better Than You Do
Juanita Onzaga | Belgium, Colombia | 20 MINS

Colombia is a land of ghosts. Two siblings roam these mystical landscapes in search of their dead father’s spirit. Their journey takes them from Bogota to the Colombian jungle, through realms of thought and deep into their haunted dreams. Here they will find some answers and attract unexpected company.

A Field Guide to being a 12-year old girl
Tilda Cobham-Hervey | Australia | 20 MINS

This is a film about 12-year-old girls, made by 12-year-old girls, for 12-year-old girls, or anyone that has been a 12-year-old girl, or will be a 12-year-old girl, or wishes they were a 12-year-old girl.

El Tamaño de las Cosas
Carlos Felipe Montoya | Colombia | 12 MINS

Diego lives with his father in a house without things, without furniture, without anything. One day he finds a chair deep in the woods and desire of possession arises.

Jola Bańkowska | Poland | 5 MINS

Perhaps it is time to let go of the illusion of certainty about where the screen ends and the outside world begins. A lonely restaurant patron, surrounded by people typing away on their laptops. Passengers in the metro, fixated on their smartphones. A pianist playing a virtual instrument. Through a series of eminently relatable everyday scenes, animator Jola Bańkowska comments on how our lives are shaped by digital technology.

Armağan Ballantyne | New Zealand | 15 MINS

Ava seems to be in something of a trance, barely registering what is happening around her. On the bus she slowly starts coming to as she makes her way towards her home town. Her brother and a few friends are still living there; she just wants to spend one or two days in familiar surroundings. After she gets drunk in the evening around a campfire and her brother Isaac has to put her to bed, the true reason for her visit comes spilling out.


28 September
11:00 am - 12:45 pm
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