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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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-22.7°C

director: Amaury La Burthe, Jan Kounen, Romain de La Haye-Sérafini (Molécule)
original title: -22.7°C
country: France
year: 2019
running time: 8 min.

synopsis

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.

more about film

director: Amaury La Burthe, Jan Kounen, Romain de La Haye-Sérafini (Molécule)
producer: Arte, Novelab , Zorba Group, DV Group

other films in the section

Deep Bolivia
An anthropological narrative follows the life and work routines, architecture, rituals, and various aspects of social life in Bolivia. 

Deep Bolivia

José Celestino Campusano
Argentina, Bolivia / 2018 / 7 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
Bloodless
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. 

Bloodless

Gina Kim
South Korea, United States / 2017 / 12 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
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
Beyond the Typhoon
Documentary photographs were used to recreate the environment on the island of Gulangyu that was destroyed during Typhoon Meranti in 2016. The nature preserve with its ancient trees and post-colonial haciendas was transformed into a post-apocalyptic chaos.   The screening was supported by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.

Beyond the Typhoon

Encor Studio
Switzerland / 2017 / 5 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Mind Palace
An evocation of the emotions and the learning and emotional processes that take place in our mind during sensitive communications situations between partners or during divorce, the film experiments primarily with possible ways of depicting different points of view in virtual reality.

Mind Palace

Carl Krause, Dominik Stockhausen
Germany / 2018 / 10 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
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
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
Dinner Party
A hybrid narrative approach tells the true story of Betty and Barney Hill, a mixed-race couple, who reported the first known case of abduction by a UFO in 1961. They recount the supernatural events during a dinner with friends, telling the story while under hypnosis. 

Dinner Party

Angel Manuel Soto
United States / 2017 / 13 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Dolphin Man
Through an immersion into the depths of the ocean and the protagonists’ narratives, who have for years engaged in the sensory reaction of humans in the slowly revealed depths, the viewer examines what happens to the human body and mind in this environment.

Dolphin Man

Benoît Lichté
France / 2017 / 4 min.
section: Virtual Reality
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