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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Bloodless
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Bloodless

Bloodless

director: Gina Kim
original title: Bloodless
country: South Korea, United States
year: 2017
running time: 12 min.

synopsis

This story traces the footsteps of a prostitute who was brutally murdered by an American solider in 1992. Filmed in the vicinity of the American military base where the crime took place, in Dongducheon Camptown in South Korea, it shows where she spend the last hours of her life. 

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director: Gina Kim

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-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
The Great Ocean (Debris) - Venice
A hybrid documentary about climate change and polluting plastics and their effects on the oceans.  The viewer follows the water cycle in Venice, where the sea level is rising. It’s not just an exploration or an enlightening experience - the consumer must change the environment for the better in this world. 

The Great Ocean (Debris) - Venice

Michael Geidel
Germany / 2018 / 25 min.
section: Virtual Reality
World Premiere
Master´s vision: Claude Monet – The Water Lily obsession
An episode from a trilogy which explores important works of fine art through their stories and an analysis which emphasizes the emotions and the effect on the senses of the spectator. This work dedicated to Monet's Water Lillies is dedicated to a painting which has been hidden from the broad public for many years. Thanks to historical research and new methods of analysis, new findings about its origin and creation can be presented.

Master´s vision: Claude Monet – The Water Lily obsession

Nicolas Thépot
France / 2018 / 5 min.
section: Virtual Reality
HanaHana
A metaphorical journey through the physical awareness of your own body and its environment. In a post-apocalyptic-looking world, anthropomorphic fragments and clusters of molecules move through the physical landscape in which structures can replicate, returning to the existential question of what of the "I" remains.    The installation was supported by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.

HanaHana

Naëm Baron, Melodie Mousset
Switzerland / 2016
section: Virtual Reality
Unrest VR
A stunning rendition of the situation - a person tied by disease to a bed, based on documentation of neurosensory responses to pain or fainting. The viewer goes through difficult-to-imagine situations while experiencing the freedom of floating in their own inner landscape. 

Unrest VR

Jennifer Brea, Amaury La Burthe
United States, France, United Kingdom / 2017 / 20 min.
section: Virtual Reality
The Key
An interactive experience that builds a poetic space with abstract beings, where it then explore the concepts of safety and home. Viewers follow a metaphorical dream path whose pitfalls and obstacles help them to analyze questions and decisions related to closeness, loss, and togetherness.

The Key

Celine Tricart
United States / 2019 / 15 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Make Noise
The fight for women’s suffrage is portrayed here through abstract animation, both literally and metaphorically emphasizing the power of voices. 

Make Noise

May Abdalla
United Kingdom / 2018 / 8 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Home After War
The story of a father who returns to his home in the Iraqi town of Fallujah, where all around are makeshift explosives. When his son dies tragically, it shows the home as a place where you are afraid.

Home After War

Gayatri Parameswaran, Felix Gaedtke
Iraq, Germany, United States / 2018 / 20 min.
section: Virtual Reality
The Scream
Norwegian painter Edvard Munch created three versions of The Scream, one of the most important Expressionist paintings, between 1893 and 1910. Here it’s the starting point for a suggestive spatial and interactive examination of darkness, inspirations, and interpretations of this embodiment of internal and external terror.

The Scream

charles ayats, Sandra PAUGAM
France / 2019 / 15 min.
section: Virtual Reality
The Argos file
A combination of various narrative techniques portrays the world as it might look in 2029, when Argos builds personalized realities using neural technologies, and nearly a third of Earth’s population is addicted to uploading and sharing their memories – somehow very similar to today’s reality. 

The Argos file

Josema Roig
United States / 2016 / 4 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Borderline
Based on actual events and memories, the viewer follows the considerations and dilemmas of a young Israeli soldier Abraham, a native Ethiopian Jew, guarding the border in the middle of the desert.

Borderline

Assaf Machnes
Israel, United Kingdom / 2018 / 9 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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