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Best International Short Documentary

Film: Party Poster
Director: Rishi Chandna
Country: India
Length: 0:20:00
Language: Hindi (with english subtitles)
Age limit: +12

About: In suburban Mumbai, science, religion and politics comically collide amidst a raging pandemic, when a group of laundrymen set out to design a poster celebrating a hugely popular annual festival worshiping the deity Ganesha.

Director: Vilma Kartalska
Country: Bulgaria
Length: 0:16:02
Language: Bulgarian (with english subtitles)
Age limit: +12

About: Anjela Pencheva has suffered from Cerebral Palsy since birth, but the difficult diagnosis has never broken her spirit and has turned her into a writer, an actress and a dancer. Through her work and with her computer generated voice, she participates in various initiatives for the rights of the people with disabilities and inspires everyone who has met her.


Film: Hey, Gunesh!
Director: Marita Tevzadze, Ana Jegnaradze
Country: Georgia
Length: 0:22:06
Language: Azerbaijani / Georgian (with english subtitles)
Age limit: +6

About: Gunesh is a 9-year-old Azeri girl living in the traditional Georgian countryside among the herds. She is very talented and knows how to recognize each single sheep. She is also a dreamer. Her father Fasha doesn’t want her to get married as soon as she finishes school as is usually the case in their community.

Best International Short Documentary

Film: The BLACK ChristS. Far From Justice
Director: Monica Manganelli
Country: Germany
Length: 0:15:00
Language: English (with azerbaijani subtitles)
Age limit: +18

About: Divided into 14 chapters inspired by the stations of the cross, the film revisits the Tulsa massacre, the worst incident of racial violence in American history.

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