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20:00 / 8PM


This screening session features 3 films (approximately 75 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.


Time Capsule (United States) by Lauren Loesberg

A documentary created from home video footage from 1997-2005, set to the reading of a letter written for a time capsule found twelve years later.

Running time: 00:11:36

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Sister Of Mine (Poland) by Mariusz Rusinski

Zuzia, a very sensitive and artistically gifted teenager, struggles with drug addiction. Her brother, who is also the director of the film, tries to find out what happened in the whole family life  that Zuzia fell into addiction.

Running time: 00:29:43


A Body Like Mine (Germany) by Maja Classen

A Body Like Mine is the poetic portrait of a young artist and activist named Puck. Puck is not her legal name, it is a character the artist has created and transforms into during her performances. As co-writer and protagonist of the film, the artist talks about how Puck's existence helps her to feel more grounded in a world she experiences as overwhelming. While Puck dares to do wild things, such as queer post porn and wrestling, Puck's creator herself shares her vulnerability. In the film she contemplates the discrepancy between herself and her character: She talks about how she is often misunderstood, judged, and fetishized. How she is assigned gender stereotypes she doesn’t want to conform to. Puck’s activism consists of her visibility as a proud Black person and of staging herself as part of phantasies and images that bodies like hers traditionally have been banished from.

Running time: 00:34:48

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