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Competition

Int′l Competition 9. The Inequality Paradox This program's film rating is for ages 15 and older
Bab Sebta

Randa Maroufi

France, Morocco2019Documentary, Experimental20'DCPColorEnglish Sub12

Bab Sebta is a series of reconstructions of situations observed in Ceuta, a Spanish enclave in North Africa. This place is the scene of a traffic in manufactured goods sold at a discount. Thousands of people work there every day. 
Rebel

Pier-Philippe Chevigny

Canada2019Fiction15'DCPColorEnglish Sub15

To Alex, a naive 6-year-old boy, the mysterious patrols his father leads with his right-wing militia are just more occasions to go play hide and seek out in the woods. That morning, though, it all comes into focus. 
At a Riverside

Muhammed Furkan Daşbilek

Turkey2020Fiction13'DCPColorEnglish Sub15

While a civilian group with a woman who is about to give birth is running away from Serbian genocide to a safe zone with a blaring radio in their bag and a dog barking, they understand that they are not at the riverside, but at the side of another thing… 
History of the Revolution

Maxime Martinot

France2019Documentary, Experimental30'DCPB&W, ColorEnglish Sub15

History of the Revolution. Ironic title for a film essay exploring polysemy and the reversibility of the word revolution: images that stream from it, words that develop it or cancel out its potential, in an ahistorical movement dotting around the map of struggles, their mournings, their glories, their traces, nestled in the present moment.