Official Competition 2: Shift in Tolerance incl. Q&A

Time & Tickets

Digital Trauma
Maria Molina, Experimental Documentary, Netherlands, 2017, 8 min.
If we can access our past at any given moment, to what extent can we get rid of it and look ahead? What consequences do the access to a digital memory have for post-conflict societies?

ExO
Hiroki Yokoyama, Experimental, United Kingdom, 2017, 9 min.
London of the future. New criminal laws for ex-offenders are enacted. Under these new laws, open surveillance, public announcements and live information detail their identity and previous convictions by using existing and emerging technologies through various mediums.

Unspoken
Samia Badih, Documentary, United Arab Emirates, 2017, 10 min.
When a spoken word poet Farah Chamma was 17 she became an online sensation after her poems went viral. A well-known poet today, Farah finds her poetry at odds with the world she lives in.

After Dawn
Nicolas Graux, Fiction, Belgium, 2017, 24 min.
Pawel is absolutely positive that separation has completely dampened his feelings for the young man he was in love with. But when he finds an unexpected visitor at home one rainy afternoon, it turns out it might all have been a little different.

Who Am I?
Rose Hanawi, Experimental Documentary, Netherlands, 2018, 7 min.
This short film explores the feeling of identity and belonging from the point of view of the young generation of Dutch people whose parents come from a different culture. It is the internal identity conflict that affects a significant part of the new generations of the Western world and is of a growing nature due to the reality of emigration happening actually.

Fucking Cola
Sophie van de Pol, Fiction, Netherlands, 2018, 10 min.
The seriously stammering Stef drives to his grandmother’s birthday party in Limburg with his mother and elder brother. Safely ensconced in his family, he can express himself almost effortlessly. He announces that he intends to tell grandma the good news about his studies himself. But once they have arrived at the cackling family, Stef is unable get a word in edgeways. He is fed up.

Ready For a Baby
Anastasia Dyakova, Animation, Australia, 2017, 5 min.
A young woman in her thirties feels very happy and excited – she has a partner, everything in her life is under control, so now is the perfect time to have a baby. It should be easy and natural, with love and fun and everything else… right?

diverse , 2018, 90 min. , without subtitles.
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