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GOOD HOSTS / BOUNDARIES OF ACCEPTANCE
SAT / 8. 7. / 14 H / CINEMA TOWER

We want to show you how leaving one’s boundaries behind can create new and different borders that are often equally difficult to overcome and that crushing of boundaries of security can lead individuals to situations where they need a new look at the world and create new and unexpected problems. If we want to accept new circumstances and different life stories, we must often be ready to open our own boundaries and leave our own comfort zone. Some must cross their boundaries, those inside and outside. Can you cross yours?


NOVI DOM / A NEW HOME

Žiga Virc – Slovenija / Slovenia 2016. – 14’ – igrani / fiction

What is the biggest danger Europe faces: the crisis on its borders, or its own paranoia and fear? Our protagonist drives to work, she passes the refugee tent city in the park. She means them no harm; they mean her no harm. So why, when their paths intersect, do things go catastrophically wrong?


ODREZAK / THE CHOP

Lewis Rose ‒ UK 2016. ‒ 17′ – igrani / fiction

The Chop’ is a comedy about Yossi, a charismatic Kosher butcher who loses his job, cannot find work at other Kosher butchers, and therefore decides to pretend to be Muslim in order to get work at a Halal butchers.


LATIN BABYLON

Michel Tavares – Francuska / France 2017. – 15’40’’ ‒ igrani / fiction

Once upon a time in Babylon, men and weapons, beliefs and check-points. A young engineer is going to his first job on an American base.


ETNOFOBIJA / ETHNOPHOBIA

Joan Zhonga ‒ Albanija, Grčka / Albania, Greece 2016. – 14’ – animacija / animation

Survival, clash and symbiosis go side by side; all accompanied by bursts of joy and pain as a result of man’s internal need to find and exaggerate differences when similarities are obviously greater.


MAJKE / MAMAN (S) / MOTHER(S)

Winnele Veyret – Francuska / France 2016. – 21’ – igrani / fiction

The 8-year-old Aida lives in an apartment in a Parisian suburb. The daily life of Aida and the whole family is overwhelmed when her father comes back from Senegal, their country of origin. Actually, he did not come back alone. Aida is very sensitive to her mother’s distress. She decides then to get rid of the new visitor.


MIR. MOLIM. / PEACE. PLEASE.
Tina Lagler, Blaž Miklič ‒ Slovenija, Srbija / Slovenia, Serbia 2017 – 6’ – dokumentarni/ documentary

More than 1200 men live in big halls at the old train station in Belgrade, Serbia. “Peace. Please.” is about their life in the middle of an awful winter, when they struggled with cold, snow and devastating circumstances even though they were laughing most of the time. They are human after all, men, boys with big and brave hearts, names and lives; they left sisters and brothers behind at home.


PREVODITELJ / THE TRANSLATOR

Emre Kayiş ‒ Turska/ Turkey 2015 ‒ 8’ – igrani/fiction

Yusuf is a shy, sensitive Syrian refugee boy who lives in exile in a remote Turkish border town. He is about to experience his newfound power, at the cost of his innocence.