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We Cannot Exhibit It,

Director: Pierre Yves Clouin.


« Soon after I heard a general shout, with frequent repetitions of words ‘Peplom Selan’, and I felt numbers of people on my left side relaxing the cords to such a degree, that I was able to turn upon my right, and to ase myself with making water ; which I very plentifully did, to the great astonishment of the people... »

Gulliver’s Travels, Jonathan Swift.

Wed Yú

Director: Natalie Adorno.
The word Paez WEDX YÚ means "water fish" and it was the name of the territory of the ancestors of the current shelter in San Andrés de Pisimbalá where is the Archaeological Park of Tierradentro, in the department of Cauca, Colombia. The current descendants of the NASA people are rediscovering their identity and regaining its cultural tradition organizing a meeting of three days. It is a testimony for the recovery of memory and tradition. The meeting is organized by a party host chosen by the community, it is organized around a ritual of harmonization and thanks to Mother Earth. Traditional doctors prepared the remedy of harmonization for the whole community that comes with pleasure. Harmonization for life, peace and coexistence. This is life, not disunity. It is the tradition and anybody could not live without it because a people who do not look to its past is a people that has no clear future. Thus, in this environment that looks to its ancestors, through music, traditional food thanks to the Minga (ancient tradition of community for purposes of social utility.) and the exchange of products and the recovery of a rock, this cultural encounter is made to "recover what eighty years ago was lost.”

Wenn die Welt sich dreht

Director: Adrian Kuenzel.
Stockcar driver Harry Lehman tells us about his life and experience with the stockcar community from Herzfelde, Germany. Stockcar is very popular on the countryside next to Berlin, Germany. For the people of the stockcar-community in Herzfelde in Brandenburg, Germany stockcar is a possiblity to exit their normal lifes and daily worries and enter a world a speed, exitement and family-like community.

What Happened Here?

Director: Rob Nilsson.

Whatever It Takes

Director: Darin Southam.
This is a short film about a very real situation that young married couples often find themselves in. This story reinforces the principles of commitment in marriage, while at the same time bringing to life the fears and struggles that such commitment entails.

When Borja met Lorena

Director: Borja Álvarez Ramírez.


When long time best friend Borja has asks Lorena: 'Do you think you could ever fall in love with me?' their friendship will be put through a test.

When the Moon is in Gemini

Director: Daria Khlestkina.
Until recently, Liuba, who is a housewife, entirely devoted herself to her family: her husband, who is in military, and two grown-up sons. Now she has a new project - herself. Having decided, that her “old” life should be changed and her real, true life is starting right now, she seeks confirmation of this fact in her astrological map


Director: Leigh Anthony Dehaney (Julian Zyphichore).
Kroky Viktorie Tipp cestou domů přitáhne magická síla zdi, kde jí zaujme nejen svým zevřením a pohltí průchod časoprostorem. Její osobnost i deštník zjistí různorodé okamžiky překrývající se v čase. -- Walking home Vikotria Tipp notices a panel leaning against a wall. After pausing for a closer look, she finds herself, her persona, and umbrella overlapping with disparate moments in time.

Where The Streets Have No Name

Director: Vijaykumar Mirchandani.
An emotional journey of one man who has been working tirelessly for the last 20 years trying to help alleviate homelessness in Cairns. A hair raising experience as we get into the lives of these street kids, hear their stories and unfold the bitter reality that lies beneath this beautiful paradise island. It is a dark, intimate and unforgettable journey revealing the truth backed with real life incidents, diverse stories and first hand interaction with key people who helped make this mission impossible successful. Where the streets have no name today tells a different story!

Whiskey Business

Director: 1EYE.
'Whiskey Business' is a feature length documentary about a new UK, Birmingham based band called 1EYE. 1EYE have already supported UB40, Beverley Knight, Toots and the Maytals and Musical Youth. Creating a buzz within industry circles, 1EYE recently released their debut single 'Worries & Trouble' featuring Apache Indian. 1EYE have blended a multitude of flavours creating a barrel of an album also entitled 'Whiskey Business', which is a distinctive mix of reggae, Latin, and soul. The album is lyrically entertaining making quirky references to life in Birmingham and beyond. Whiskey Business was mostly filmed at a run-down Georgian pub called 'The Church Inn' in Birmingham. Half of 1EYE were living there at the time. The band organised two gigs at the pub’s dilapidated function room in order to polish the material before it was recorded. At the same time the band were building a studio in the old coal cellar in preparation for the recording of Whiskey Business. Alek (lead singer) makes a last minute decision and decides to fly out to Cannes to meet Danny (bass player) who is working with another band on a short stay. The two of them work around Danny’s gigs to network and promote 1EYE. Their time in Cannes gives an interesting twist to the story offering even more comical scenes set in a refreshing new location. Alek and Danny are faced with bad news upon their return. 1EYE are presented with a strict deadline. They not only have to finish building the studio, but also have to record the album and break the studio down all within a space of three weeks as the pub is now being sold by the owner! Emotions run high. The story gains pace as 1EYE set about achieving this near impossible goal. 1EYE manage to finish the album and embarks upon the daunting task of organising and promoting their first album showcase at a 2000 capacity nightclub called ‘Oceana’ in Birmingham. This concludes the documentary Whiskey Business. The film offers an interesting insight into what it’s like to truly ‘do it yourself’ from an unknown artist’s perspective. It is full of music, comedy, emotion and deadlines. Whiskey Business is a must for anyone who’s keen to immerse themselves in the gritty reality of what it’s like for a UK band trying to launch themselves into the public eye on limited resources. Radio stations that have played ‘Worries & Trouble’ include; BBC 1Xtra, Solar FM, Asian Network and Sting FM. 1EYE’s single has also been play listed by ZonaReGGae radio, Portugal and WCBN, Michigan USA. 1EYE’s 'Dopamine' remix has also been played frequently by Roger Sanchez.