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Far off worlds

June

1

15.00

A trilha da Vida

The trail of life

Emanuel Silveira

Documentary

22' 37''

Brasil

2021

World premiere

Mountaineer couple celebrate the first birthday of their daughter by doing a 4-day trekking in Chilean Patagonia, known as Villarrica Traverse. An immersion experience in nature and reflection on what Gabi’s first year of life was like, after countless trails made since pregnancy. The documentary is a journey to inspire families to bring their children closer to nature and to themselves.

June

1

15.30

Queens of orango

Raúl Bueno Herrera

Documentary

52'

Spain

2020

In Bissago society, the women are the boss. They are the ones who make the decisions, choose the rules, decide how to manage crops or punish crimes. They are the priestesses of the temple, those who can communicate with the gods, the forces of nature and the spirits of the deceased. For Bissago, women are feared and respected, since they consider them capable of deciding on life and death.

June

1

16.30

La Conquista de las Ruinas

Conquest of the Ruins

Eduardo Gómez

Documentary

88'

Argentina, Bolivia

2020

Archaeologists, miners, construction site workers, indigenous people. The earth unites and separates them. But everyone has a different understanding of how this planet should be inhabited.

June

1

18.00

Cinco heridas

Five wounds

Ismael Aveleira, Tomás Garcia

Documentary

12' 12''

Spagna

2020

Italian premiere

“Five wounds” offers a vision of the health of our ecosystem from the theory of the “Five Elements” of traditional Chinese philosophy (Wu Xing). Throughout a year we observe the environmental state of these elements (wood, earth, metal, water and fire) and their relationship with music, construction and medicine.

June

1

18.15

Sabre Água

Over water

Edward Davies

Documentary

18' 55''

Brasil

2020

World premiere

In Baixada Santista, Brazil, one of the largest favelas on the water in Latin America, the community leader of the place, tries to dialogue with public authorities to find answers to so many socio-environmental problems.

June

1

18.45

The naked arctic adventure

Paula Miquelis, Stepanie Dickson

Documentary

39'

Singapore

2019

Italian premiere

This is the story of two women and their journey to the Arctic, where they witness the effects of the climate crisis firsthand. Surrounded by the beautiful Arctic landscape with adventurers, leaders, and change-makers from all over the world, they seek to answer just one question: is it too late to do anything about it?

June

1

20.30

Ophir

Olivier Pollet, Alexandre Berman

Documentary

97'

United Kingdom

2020

Italian premiere

Ophir tells the story of an extraordinary indigenous revolution for life, land and culture, leading up to the potential creation of the world’s newest nation in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea. A poetic yet dramatic ode to the indelible thirst for freedom, culture and sovereignty; the film sheds light on the biggest conflict of the Pacific since WWII, revealing the visible and invisible chains of colonisation and its enduring cycles of physical and psychological warfare.

June

3

16.45

Kai Ra

Alireza Mirasadollah

Documentary

22' 11''

United Kingdom

2021

Italian premiere

Kai Ra is a little Massai boy from Tanzania. Among Massaie people the First son always must follow the father and become shepherd, But Kai Ra has other Ideas, He is in love with school and to fulfil his dream of studying he has to disappear from the face of Maasai land.

June

3

17.15

Mar & cielo

Roberto Zamora, Rocio Huerta

Fiction

19' 26''

Chile

2020

Italian premiere

Two contrasting brothers share a trip along the desert coast of Chile, along the way the complexity of their relationship and the climate crisis around them will trigger a revelation that will drastically change their future.

June

5

18.30

Earth: Muted

Mikael Kristersson, Mikael Kristersson, Oscar Hedin & Åsa Ekman

Documentary

70'

Sweden

2021

At the bottom of Hanyuan valley in Sichuan province of China, bees are going extinct due to extensive use of pesticides and monocultures. In this lush landscape that hides an ecosystem on the brink of collapse, three farming families work hard in the field worrying about their children’s future. Their stories reveal an universal human conflict – the difficulty to choose between your dear ones’ immediate needs and the bigger picture, the well-being of planet.

Con il riconoscimento della Direzione Generale Cinema e Audiovisivo del Ministero della cultura

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