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20:00 / 8PM


This screening session features 4 films (approximately 90 minutes, original versions with English subtitles).

@ Studio Skoop, Sint-Annaplein 63, 9000 Gent.
Tickets are only 6€ per session, and include a free drink at the Studio Skoop bar afterwards. *All proceeds go to The Bigger Screen, an international organisation supporting independent filmmakers.

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Jelly & Igloos (Belgium) by Kris De Meester (Out of Competition)

In “Jelly & Igloos" we delve into the whimsical yet purposeful world of future food artist Mie Goffin. Through her introspective narration, we are invited into her creative process, shaped by childhood memories, a commitment to sustainability, and an unyielding desire for innovation. Goffin's journey unfolds as she navigates the dualities of her dreams and challenges. She vividly describes her recurring dream of being trapped in a jelly, a metaphor for the creative struggles she faces. Despite the whimsy, there's an underlying tension—an urgency to break free and realize her umami-filled ideas.

Running time: 00:04:32

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Listen to the wallflowers (Norway) by Johanne Wilbrink

A poetic and slow-paced documentary short about the perks of being a wallflower. Through an unconventional interview method the director and three different introverts lay on their backs to talk about life, dreams and the need to spend more time alone.

Running time: 00:25:57


My Orange Garden (Germany) by Anna-Sophia Richard

My Orange Garden tells the story of the Iranian singer Faravaz Farvardin, who was set to be arrested by the Iranian police for singing in public. Now Faravaz lives as political refugee in Germany and fights with her voice for the rights of Iranian women. 

My Orange Garden is a sensual journey through Faravaz childhood memories, what it means to grow up as a woman in Iran and how she finally found her homeland within her body.

Running time: 00:21:18


Koka (Poland) by Aliaksandr Tsymbaliuk

An intimate story of the relationship between father and son, living on the edge of the earth near the Bering Sea, imbued with the harshness of local reality and unpretentiousness of childhood years, the strictness of paternal education and love, which always finds its place in any part of this planet and in any of the hearts, even in the one that at first glance is harder than stone.

Running time: 00:47:00

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