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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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The Key

The Key

director: Celine Tricart
original title: The Key
country: United States
year: 2019
running time: 15 min.

synopsis

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.

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director: Celine Tricart
producer: Gloria Bradbury, Celine Tricart

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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
Between Petrov and Vodkin
The first part of the Cultural Revolution trilogy deals with the events of 1912 in Russia. The painter’s works spills out of their frames and become part of events at the time. Through significant moments of cultural life during pre-Revolutionary Russia, significant historical moments are also shown. 

Between Petrov and Vodkin

Denis Semionov, Natalia Severina
Russia / 2017 / 3 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Rooms
A documentary essay on the social function of a room as a social construct which assigns a function and a set of rules of use to an enclosed space. The five intimate chamber settings show various archetypal uses of rooms to satisfy human needs and cultural roles.

Rooms

Christian Zipfel
Germany / 2019 / 23 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
Chasing Coral
Coral reefs are disappearing from the world at an unprecedented rate. An exploration of life under the surface of the ocean thanks to a team of scientists, cameramen, and divers is accompanied by the researchers’ narrative, documenting the heretofore unseen changes in the oceans, revealing their worlds and ways of life and extinction.

Chasing Coral

Jeff Orlowski
United States / 2017 / 6 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
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
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
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
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

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United States, France, United Kingdom / 2017 / 20 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Made by Me: China
An observation of the origin of components and the creation of digital products we use on a daily basis through a perspective on the work, environment, and the working and living conditions of the workers who mine the raw materials and work at a factory in Zhuhai, China where the products are assembled.

Made by Me: China

Alyssa Newman
China / 2018 / 6 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Iceman VR
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Iceman VR

Eric Benz, Jan Krueger
Germany / 2017 / 6 min.
section: Virtual Reality
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