Feature film written and directed by Flora Dias and Juruna Mallon.
The name of Brazil’s biggest airport, Guarulhos, references the fact that it was built on indigenous territory. In a blend of realistic and stylised scenes, the film follows a member of the ground staff as she seeks her roots beneath the runway.
Feature length documentary fiction written and directed by Luis Ospina and Jerónimo Atehortúa.
An epic melodrama that, using only surviving images from Colombian silent films, narrates the vicissitudes of the impossible love between Efraín and Alicia, and traces the political history of the first half of the 20th century in Colombia.
La pulpe de ses doigts
I will mutate like a jungle animal
Feature film written and directed by Héctor Silva Nuñez.
After a long absence, twenty-year-old Brayan returns from the city to his decaying Afro-descendant village, in a remote Venezuelan jungle. Torn between leaving his country and embracing ancestral ties, he sets out in search of answers hidden in the jungle depths.
The end of tourism
Feature lenght documentary written and directed by Sergio Monje.
Das Ende des Tourismus is a speculative fiction documentary about the Mallorca of the future, after the fall of the touristic economy in the times of the climate collapse. A collection of postcards of the touristic apocalypse. A filmic tour through the ruins of an old mediterranean utopia. The fixed camera is the only witness of an inexistent time.
Girls by the station
Feature lenght documentary written and directed Juana Macias.
Jara (14), lives in a juvenile centre with Alex and Miranda. They plan to celebrate Jara's birthday at her favourite rapper's concert. To do so, they need money, and fast. It starts out as a game and party, dancing, kissing and being filmed. But it soon turns into a nightmare that overtakes them.