João Paulo Miranda Maria, Basel Abbas, Ruanne Abou-Rahme, Brillante Mendoza, Donato Sansone, Victor Lindgren, Nagahisa Makoto -
72 minutes / DCP, HD Digital
A girl from a religious family finds her own paradise, as she becomes The Girl Who Danced With the Devil (Joao Paulo Miranda Maria). In And Yet My Mask is Powerful (Basel Abbas, Ruanne Abou-Rahme), young Palestinians wearing neolithic masks confront apocalyptic imaginary and violence. Veteran actress Rustica Carpio plays an old market vendor in Amorsolo’s Dream (Brillante Mendoza), as she witnesses the sarcastic reality during the national election. French newspaper Liberation is changed into a Journal Anime (Donato Sansone), where international events become artistic improvisations. Will The Comet (Victor Lindgren) bring bad luck to two Somali refugees trying to cross the border? Out of competition: Nagahisa Makoto’s And So We Put Goldfish in the Pool, a teenage angst movie filled with joie de vivre (See p.96) Total: 72min.