Hagar comes to visit her father in a Jerusalem nursing home. Before entering his room she looks at him and chooses to escape, but a series of mishaps forces her to spend the day in the building, masquerading as a caretaker. The short visit turns into a journey between the narrow corridors of the Israeli society.
Spectators is an observational animation that inverts the expected focus of a football match, turning attention to those on the periphery. The film investigates social interaction and human behaviour revealing the diversity of character found among football spectators, which can often become obscured by mass.
The supermarket is about to close. A boy hurries up with his last minute shopping.
Parkour is an urban sport. The traceurs are practitioners of this discipline. They trace in their own way a geometry of the city.
The film deals with the lives of a few individuals who struggle to keep a small talkie afloat in a small town of the Hindi speaking belt in north India. It is an attempt towards experiencing the anxiety of dislocation and subsequent re-location in today’s life and is situated in that period of time which lies in between having left the past but not yet reached the promised future. It treads the thin line which pitch long standing relationships against rationality, in the backdrop of inevitable change. The film is inspired from a short story by Shri. Sharad Joshi and was also included in the academic curriculum of the Film and Television Institute of India.
Thomas has moved to a remote countryside cabin in search of solitude. He fills his days with mundane chores to deaden his feelings, but as he reflects, a question arises: Will he ever be able to disappear completely... even from himself?
The film is a personal 6 minute animated short. It tells the story of a lonely young woman dealing with her personal and emotional defenses and what happens once the defenses she worked hard to put in place and live with are compromised. The film attempts to explain the feeling that many of us go through in life, dealing with certain situations where our world is turned upside down for a brief moment.
In 1962, Rosita Guzman, also known as La Mocha, cut off her only thumb to escape from prison and disappeared into the Mexican desert. 40 years later, a documentary tries to find out more about this woman and the legend she created.
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