Block 9. Dance & Music (Sep 11th, 10am-11.15am)


A carnival hand falls in love with a circus starlit and decides to visit the Great Crystal Seer, Alexandra, to uncover more about his fate.

Directed by Sarah Hanner (USA)


The Summer of Love may have ended, but the question still remains: Where have all the “Freaks” gone?

Directed by Doltyn Snedden (USA)

Los Angeles premiere


An animated musical on the passionate and tempestuous relationship of Dalí and his wife Gala, whom he considered his muse and the true auteur of his work, even signing her name on his paintings in the 1930s.

Directed by Kabeer Khurana (India)

World premiere

Whoever You Are

A cinematic adaptation of Walt Whitman’s seminal poem ‘Whoever you Are Holding Me Now in Hand’.

Directed by Javier De Frutos (UK)

USA premiere


A woman looks back her recurring daily life in urban city and measures how much space would be needed for herself.

Directed by Kim Je Hyun (South Korea)

North America premiere


“Flux” delves into a human mind drowning in external chaos and inner crisis. Lost in a surreal, consumer driven world where clickbait tribalism and identity games dictate, the characters are left to vent a collective wave of simmering rage and collective turmoil. As the drum beat rises and mob war unfolds, an urgent new energy ascends as the final catharsis awaits.

Directed by DFTCNT (UK)

World premiere

A Mother’s Soliloquy

A recovering alcoholic must make a moral inventory in order to reconnect with her estranged son.

Directed by Cameron Kostopoulos (USA)


This is the story of a family that represents the collective memory of a country that for more than seventy years has lived in war, which has left more than 260,000 people killed, more than 8,000,000 people displaced from their lands and more than 80,000 missing Colombians.

Directed by Andrés Roa Ariza (Colombia)