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23rd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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The Marshal’s Two Executions

director: Radu Jude
original title: Cele două execuții ale Mareșalului
country: Romania
year: 2018
running time: 10 min.
World Premiere

synopsis

The films confronts two different views of the execution of General Ion Antonescu, Romania’s leader during the Second World War. On one side is silent black-and-white footage of the execution as recorded in 1946 by cameraman Ovidiu Gologanl; on the other are scenes from a biographical film shot in 1994 by director Sergiu Nicolaescu.

biography

Radu Jude (1977) is a respected Romanian director of fiction films. His most recent work, I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians won the Crystal Globe for best film at this year’s Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

more about film

producer: Ada Solomon
script: Radu Jude
photography: Ovidiu Gologan
editing: Catalin Cristutiu
sound: Dana Bunescu

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time and love and I
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time and love and I

J Ashlee
United States / 2017 / 5 min.
section: Short Joy
World Premiere
The Remembered Film
Reality disappears before our eyes – all that remains is what’s preserved in our memories, the retelling of which allows us to bring it back to life. Camera in hand, the experimental filmmaker explores this abstract process in a stylized documentary with young boys in military uniforms and stories of war.
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The Remembered Film

Isabelle Tollenaere
Belgium / 2018 / 18 min.
section: Short Joy
Central European Premiere
Pampa del Istmo
“(Where) do the places we remember exist?” asks Camila Ausente in the opening of her ten-minute documentary search for an answer to this question. The film combines repeating images from Mexico with oral memories of her father's childhood in Argentina.
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Pampa del Istmo

Camila Ausente
Mexico, Argentina / 2018 / 11 min.
section: Short Joy
World Premiere
The Holiday Inn-Side
Using simple animation with outline figures and objects against a dark background that evokes nightmares, an anonymous 16-year-old youth, a repeat offender at a correctional facility for juveniles, recounts his criminal past caused by traumatic experiences with domestic abuse within his family.
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The Holiday Inn-Side

Charby Ibrahim
Australia / 2018 / 20 min.
section: Short Joy
European Premiere
For a Better Life
A woman sells her five-year-old son to a French tourist for 100 dollars, but the dream of a better life turns into years of physical and sexual abuse. This animated film looks at young Fekri’s journey during the most vulnerable years of his life. Can he recover enough to leave his family?
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For a Better Life

Yasmin Mistry
United States / 2018 / 10 min.
section: Short Joy
World Premiere
The Hypothesis
The film’s creator, in the role of an earthling walking the streets of Paris, asks the eternal question: Are we alone in the universe? While attempting to find the truth and therefore quiet the constant musings, the filmmaker holds interviews with astrophysicist Nicolas Prantzos, science historian Florence Raulin Cerceau, and sociologist Pierre Lagrange.
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The Hypothesis

Bruno Saboia
France / 2018 / 20 min.
section: Short Joy
World Premiere
I Have Sinned a Rapturous Sin
What cures women of sexual promiscuity? Eating lettuce, of course. Fragments of Forough Farokhzad’s poem, Sin, are read out against Islamic clergies advising women on how to control their lust.
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I Have Sinned a Rapturous Sin

Maryam Tafakory
United Kingdom, Iran / 2018 / 8 min.
section: Short Joy
Czech Premiere
In the Frame
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In the Frame

Ion Gnatiuc, Artiom Zavadovsky
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section: Short Joy
Central European Premiere
I Was Here
Director Zaina Erhaim has decided to explore her Syrian hometown of Idlib, which is controlled by anti-regime forces. Original footage captures familiar neighborhoods in ruins, where Erhaim leaves what is perhaps the last human footprint. This secretly-filmed documentary presents a visual experience of the loss of home and of meeting loved ones in a new reality.
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I Was Here

Zaina Erhaim
Syria / 2017 / 11 min.
section: Short Joy
European Premiere
From Heigths
A young filmmaker sets off for the unknown territory of an African enclave to gather true stories of its inhabitants. Motionless scenery carries human imagination to heights where unforgettable moments of human life unfold. The meditative character of the film’s imagery captures the unique atmosphere of Lesotho. 
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From Heigths

Pierre Bisson
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section: Short Joy
World Premiere
The Wonderful Years
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The Wonderful Years

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section: Short Joy
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Beyond the World
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Beyond the World

Yanlin Li
United Kingdom / 2018 / 16 min.
section: Short Joy
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