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25th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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After the Fallout

After the Fallout

director: Sam Wolson
original title: After the Fallout
country: United States, Switzerland
year: 2019
running time: 13 min.

synopsis

A surrealistic work inspired by the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima power plant. The documentary takes us close to the power plant ten years later, where we encounter difficult human destinies, cruelty, loss and attempts to restore the balance between life and death. 
 

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director: Sam Wolson

other films in the section

Ghost Fleet VR
This harrowing documentary account of modern slavery on Indonesian fishing ships interconnects unique footage shot at the ships with the story of Tun Lin from Thailand who was kidnapped  at the age of 14 and worked as a slave on a ship for 14 years until he was saved by a humanitarian organization.

Ghost Fleet VR

Shannon Service, Lucas Gath
United States / 2018 / 8 min.
section: Virtual Reality
In the trenches of World War I
A reconstruction of the tumultuous events of 1916, when Russia is torn by war, its economy in ruins, and countless soldiers die every day on the front. People yearning for peace, dissatisfied with the current authorities, start thinking about revolution. 

In the trenches of World War I

Eduard Chizhikov
Russia / 2017 / 2 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Zurich 2.0
An interactive video, created using 3D scans of streets and buildings, that constructs a hyper-realistic excursion through fragments of the Swiss city of Zürich, which the viewer sees from the perspective of freely floating in space while the city falls to pieces and builds itself up again in new impressive ways. The screening was supported by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.  

Zurich 2.0

Dirk Koy
Switzerland / 2015 / 3 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Recoding Entropia
This work of abstract form and movement takes the viewer through the universe, offering them a mystical journey into mysteries such as rebirth and extinction. The allegory of eternal return and the spiritual journey is the main theme of the film, along with life and death, which are interchangeable. The film encourages exploring one's own place in the universe, which can be real or imaginary.  
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Recoding Entropia

François Vautier
France / 2020 / 8 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Space Explorers: A New Dawn
Astronauts and researchers guide the viewer through the spaces where they exercise and work, leading to speculation about the reasons and context for their work, cooperation with space agencies, the latest plans and progress in the exploration of deep space, and questions about understanding our planet, galaxy, and universe. 

Space Explorers: A New Dawn

Paul Raphaël, Félix Lajeunesse
Canada / 2018 / 19 min.
section: Virtual Reality
-22.7°C
A sonic portrait of Greenland. Molécule, a producer of electronic music, collects the sounds of the Arctic for his upcoming work. In the temperature of -22,7°, he searches for the imprints and sounds of natural processes and takes the audience on a journey through the creation of a musical artwork.

-22.7°C

Amaury La Burthe, Jan Kounen, Romain de La Haye-Sérafini (Molécule)
France / 2019 / 8 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Overview - Part 1
This stroll among objects in space, from the planets of our solar system to galaxies beyond the Milky Way, was created with the cooperation of scientists and based on NASA data. It addresses questions such as “how big is our galaxy?” or “how far are we from the sun?”. 

Overview - Part 1

Paul Mezier, Amaury Solignac
France / 2017 / 5 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Kinshasa Now
35,000 children accused of witchcraft and rejected by their families try to survive on the streets of Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Using virtual reality, viewers can immerse themselves in the streets of Kinshasa where they see for themselves the difficulties of a child who has lost a family.   
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Kinshasa Now

Marc-Henri Wajnberg
Belgium / 2020 / 25 min.
section: Virtual Reality
World Premiere
Nothing to be Written
The soldiers in the trenches of World War I were able to send postcards home but all they were allowed to write on them was their signature. All communication took place using a set of approved phrases. The unique style of drawings inspired by the messages on these postcards also show the circumstances  in which they were written and received.

Nothing to be Written

Lysander Ashton, Anna Meredith
United Kingdom / 2018 / 6 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Daughters of Chibok
In 2014, members of the Boko Haram terrorist group kidnapped 276 adolescent girls from the Chibok farming community in Nigeria, and 112 of the girls have still not returned home. The film looks at the tragedy, contemporary life, and women’s rights through the characters of the girls’ mothers.

Daughters of Chibok

JOEL BENSON
Nigeria / 2019 / 11 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Beyond the Wall
This film shows the living conditions of hundreds of thousands of migrants when they made their escape from gangs, drug cartels, and criminality in Central America. A harsh account with concrete testimonies, such as a young woman in Honduras whose two daughters were kidnapped and murdered by a gang.

Beyond the Wall

Mikkel Cantzler, Mikkel Keldorf
Denmark / 2018 / 7 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Proxima
A spatio-temporal loop immerses viewers into a potential infinity. Echoes of Charles Baudelaire’s poem “The Abyss” urge viewers on an imaginatively rendered journey, but these are only traces of images in the depths of darkness.

Proxima

Mathieu Pradat
France / 2017 / 8 min.
section: Virtual Reality
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