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Bilinsin Diye

To Make Things Known

7' / Experimental / Belgium

This film paints a portrait of a steel factory soon to be demolished, eaten away by the absence of activity, out of sight. A cinematographic poem that takes the time to x-ray the places and the men who populated them, as a farewell. An elegy prolonging the past, creating a living matter that resists time and oblivion, in a space that is no longer quite real.




13' / Experimental / The Netherlands

Patrick is angry and he wants to break everything around him. When attending a forced anger-management course he meets other enraged people from different backgrounds. An experimental therapist tries to force their brutal energy out through dance. Can Patrick find a way to direct his violent energy towards something that is valuable for him, or even worthwhile for others?




7'41" / Documentary / China

After the epidemic in Shanghai, the city after opening up has regained its former atmosphere. When I went out, I found that there was almost no trace of the closure of the city for two months. People were "rebellious" to look for the so-called freedom, and such freedom was just to forget those traces.

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Tank Engelleyicileri Ayini

Liturgy Of Anti-Tank Obstacles

11'44" / Documentary / USA

In the nationwide resistance, every citizen tries to be helpful. Ukrainians change professions and adapt to the wartime needs. Sculptors fabricate anti-tank obstacles in their art workshops. Just like the Terracotta Army, silent figures of angels, and multiple copies of Jesus Christ froze in anticipation of new creations. Craftsmen weld metal defenses items for the Armed Forced of Ukraine.

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