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MOMENT’S SILENCE, 4min., USA, Dance

Directed by Will Branner & Blake Zelesnikar

A dance film to “Moment’s Silence” by Hozier

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THE DYING LIGHT, 7min., USA, Music

Directed by Mr. Corazon

A Protest Video to support Black Lives Matter

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HOLD ON, 3min., USA, Dance

Directed by Pip Cowley

A powerful new short dance film, soundtracked by Gil Scott-Heron’s “Alien (Hold On To Your Dreams),” featuring Jo’Artis “Big Mijo” Ratti protesting via Krumping within feet of the LAPD at a recent Black Lives Matter protest.

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IMPERIUM, 10min., Switzerland, Music

Directed by Michael Moppert

‘Imperium’ documents the journey of a quantum probe, starting at the macro-level in some futuristic, high tech urban sprawl. Then the vessel transmitting this video breaks through the surface into a strange, imagined sub-atomic world. This space is always present right beneath the surface of our everyday existence – but strange, distant and forever inaccessible.

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MY OWN WORST ENEMY, 6min., Netherlands, Dance

Directed by Harrie Verbeek, Jelena Kostić

On your way to reaching a goal you are often battling against yourself. You take various steps, but it is the most unpredictable move that defeats your own worst enemy.

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AUTONOME – MADA MADA, 5min., Canada, Music

Directed by Alexandre Richard

Montreal, 1954. An exiled author is thrown into a dance with his inner demons. Shaken by the unwavering tides of his life, a gentle touch comes to mind.

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THE LEAVING ROOM, 14min., China, Dance

Directed by Aly Rose

While sitting comfortably in her living room, feet propped up on the coffee table, Star receives quite the shock. What ensues is a journey inward, accompanied by the faces and facets of her ego. This story is stylistically kitsch and told through dance for camera in five acts.

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ALIVE, 10min., USA, Dance

Directed by Braden Joe

A hybrid, experimental documentary which explores the issue of modern-day slavery perpetrated by the fast fashion industry. Through art, dance, and anthropology, Alive seeks to start the conversation of our individual role in the world, and our responsibility to fix its issues.

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TOMORROW THE BIRDS WILL SING, 11min., Sweden, Experimental

Directed by Arvin Kananian

A striving artist enters an obscure world where a gate keeper guards the possibilities of her art coming to life. The artist’s crave for validation demands her to give up her soul, and let it be cut into bloody pieces.

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WE ARE TOGETHER, 3min., USA, Dance

Directed by Magnus Christoffersen

Principal Dancer Tigran Sargsyan explores his artistry in this emotionally moving film. In dedication to his childhood, Armenia.

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LOVE OR DEATH, 5min., Switzerland, Dance

Directed by Marc Studer

There is a fine line between love and death. Is this line walkable via a path of trust and safety? Do freedom and love lead to life and do dependence and fear lead to death? Dance and fight.

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THE MISUNDERSTANDING, 9min., France, Music

Directed by Caroline Poggi, Jonathan Vinel

Two women are experiencing the end of their friendship. A mysterious ceremony reunited these two women in an empty house.

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SON, 7min., USA, USA, Dance

Directed by Gabri Christa

A mother tries to find a moment to herself, but constantly worries about her black son’s safety and keeps hearing his call/voice.

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RAILWAY MAP, 30min., Finland/Mexico, Dance

Directed by Amulio Jose Espinosa

“The Mayan Train” is a project to be built in the Yucatán Península, México. The construction has been fast-tracked to start in 2020 ignoring social and environmental concerns.
Shot among remnants of an old railroad line and exploring different concepts, this experimental film interprets the spaces that will be buried beneath the path of the coming train.

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