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Overgod – by Gabriel Mascaro

Overgod follows the journey of a devout Christian woman who has a very personal mission to save couples from divorce.   Director : Gabriel Mascaro Written by : Gabriel Mascaro, Rachel Daisy Ellis, Lucas Paraizo & Esdras Bezerra Language : Portuguese Production: Desvia (Brazil) Co-Production : House on Fire (France) Snowglobe (Denmark) / Malbicho Cine (Uruguay) /Mer Film (Norway) / Buenaventura (Mexico) Production Design: Thales

Gabriel Mascaro

Gabriel Mascaro     Gabriel Mascaro (1983) is a visual artist and filmmaker from Recife, Brazil. His work is characterized by a critical interpretation of the contemporaneity through observing or inventing everyday practices that involve performance, games of inversion, displacement and appropriation. His feature films & shorts have won multiple awards, critical acclaim and all been shown at important festivals including Venice, IDFA, Locarno, Toronto

Omar Shargawi

Omar Shargawi is a self-taught director and independent photographer. He was born in Copenhagen from a Danish mother and a Palestinian father. His first feature film, GO WITH PEACE JAMIL (2008), was rewarded by many international festivals. It received the VPRO Tiger Award at Rotterdam, the Church Award, the FIPRESCI prize at Göteborg, and the best director prize in Transylvania. MY FATHER FROM HAIFA (2009)

Zhang Tao

Zhang Tao ZHANG Tao is a Chinese director (People's Republic of China), screenwriter and actor. Born in the Shandong Province, the birthplace of Confucius, ZHANG Tao is the son of peasants. He first studied law while working as a civil servant. He quitted his career to depict, through cinema, modern China and its evolutions. He joined the prestigious Central Academy of Dramatic Art of Beijing,

A Gentle Night – by Qiu Yang

In a nameless Chinese city, a mother with her daughter missing, refuses to go gentle into that good night. Director : Qiu Yang Written by : Qiu Yang Length : 15 min Language : Wu Chinese Original title : Xiao cheng er yue Cast : LI Shuxian Producers : Yanling Education (China) – QIU Yang, LI Yi Co-producers : A Wild Grass Films (China) –

Last Laugh – by Zhang Tao

In a Shandong village, an old peasant woman falls. Immediately, her children  take advantage of it to declare her disabled, in order to sign up her in a nursing home. Waiting for a bed to be released, the old mother is brought to each of her children's home, no one willing to keep her. This chaotic journey keeps going on whilst both her health and her family ties

Bitter Money – By Wang Bing

In a fast growing city of East China, migrants have been arriving and living for a dream of a better life. But what they find there is little opportunities and poor living conditions that push people, even couples, into violent and oppressive relations. XIAO MIN, LING LING and LAO YEH are some of the characters of this bitter chronicle of todays China. Director : Wang

Duccio Chiarini

Duccio Chiarini Duccio graduated from the London Film School. After doing several short films in 2011, he directed the autobiographical documentary “Hit the road, nonna”, about the explosive life of his entrepreneur grandmother Delia. The film premiered at the Venice Days the same year. In 2014 he wrote and directed his first feature film “Short Skin”. Produced within the Biennale Cinema College workshop, the film

Romain Cogitore

Romain Cogitore Born in 1985, Romain Cogitore sets himself as one of the emerging filmmakers to follow by finishing his 1st feature, Fifteen Lads, at the age of 25. Along with cinema he cultivates a cross-practice of arts such as photography, poetry, music and theatre. He has directed six shorts films, among which Concerto, awarded by the Foundation Bleustein-Blanchet and Des Hommes, presented at Belfort Film festival. Fifteen Lads was released

Šarūnas Bartas

Šarūnas Bartas Sarunas Bartas is a Lithuanian film director. One of the most prominent Lithuanian film directors internationally from the late 20th century. His 2015 film Peace to Us in Our Dreams was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. Filmography: Features 2015 : Peace to Us in Our Dreams 2010 : Eastern Drift 2005 : Seven Invisible Men 2004 : "Children Lose Nothing" in Visions of Europe 2000 : Freedom 1997

Stephen Dwoskin

Stephen Dwoskin January 15, 1939 – June 28, 2012, was an accomplished experimental filmmaker whose work had a decisive effect on the British film theorists of the early 1970s. His films are held at the BFI and distributed by LUX. His archive is held at The University of Reading.   Filmography: Features 2012 : Age is… 2007 : The Sun and the Moon 2005 : Oblivion 1994 : Trying to Kiss the Moon 1992

Antoine Barraud

Antoine Barraud A French film director. He directed his first medium-length film, Song (with Nathalie Boutefeu) in 2007 , but it was mainly his second experimental film Les Gouffres (with Mathieu Amalric and Nathalie Boutefeu) which was noticed by critics during his presentation at festivals in Switzerland and France. Filmography : Filmographie 2014 : Le Dos rouge 2012 : Les Gouffres Shorts 2013 : Abismo (adapté des Gouffres) 2011 : Son of a Gun 2009 : River of Anger 2008 : Monstre

Alireza Khatami

Alireza Khatami Alireza Khatami (1980, Iran) worked in the Iranian film Industry before going into exile in Malaysia where he then worked as a Visual Effects Supervisor. Currently he lives in the USA and studies Master of Fine Arts in Film Production. His debut film, Oblivion Verses, was selected for the Script Station of 62nd Berlinale Talent Campus and received the Hubert Bals Fund from

Joao Pedro Rodrigues

Joao Pedro Rodrigues João Pedro Rodrigues is a Portuguese film director whose activity started in 1997. He is considered to be part of The School of Reis film family. Having studied at the School of Theatre and Cinema of Portugal, João Pedro Rodrigues started his career as an assistant director and editor in several features, directed, for example, by Alberto Seixas Santos and Teresa Villaverde, among others. In 1997 João Pedro Rodrigues directs his first film. O

Qiu Yang

Qiu Yang Qiu Yang was born and raised in Changzhou, China. In 2013, he was selected for the prestigious directing course at the Victorian College of the Arts. In 2014, his short The World was selected for several international film festivals including the Melbourne International Film Festival. In 2015, his short Under the Sun was selected for Cinéfondation – La Sélection and was the only

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