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Italy's groundbreaking student-led short film festival is back for another year, with a strong selection of challenging and entertaining films from around the world.
The festival runs from 21 to 25 March.
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In 1940s Spain, two young seamstress sisters have their lives changed during the Civil War. In resistance to the Franco dictatorship, the anarchists leave their house every day at two o'clock.
Spring 1976, 5-year-old Swallow is abandoned at a public boarding preschool in central Beijing. When the persimmons are ripe, Swallow masters how to cry, but doesn't forget how to fly.
Ten-year-old Gigi lives with his family in the back of a small Georgian café that they own and run in a Moscow suburb. Gigi’s life takes a drastic turn when his father is pressured into sheltering a stranger who turns out to be a criminal on the run.
When a brave knight arrives at a castle to try to overthrow an aged, skeletal king, the king, mistaking his intentions, begins to flirt with him.
In a modern metropolitan city, amidst tall skyscrapers and busy streets, the unexpected sight of a man flying undisturbed in the sky disrupts the busy coming and going of people.
Roya and Bashir are in love and because of the restrictions in Afghanistan they are forced to flee. They hope to enter Iran illegally. Roya is pregnant and the child was not planned. What happens at the border puts the people smugglers they have hired to an unexpected test.
An inexperienced copywriter must face the pressures of work and the expectations of his surroundings, which have an increasing impact on his sex life.
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