Available in Lithuania, Romania, Greece, Egypt and South Africa, on Tuesday, March 2, at 18:00 (GMT +2) & rerun on Wednesday, March 3, at 16:00 (GMT +2)


This collection contains the carefully crafted Lithuanian short film COMMUNITY GARDENS, the South African short film MTHUNZI about segregation and its darkness, the Romanian short film BUCHAREST SEEN FROM ABOVE with its realist and engaging dialogues, and the Greek satire on the upper-class, POSTCARDS FROM THE END OF THE WORLD.

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Community Gardens

“Soon all the homesteads will burn down if people do nothing.”
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Vytautas Katkus | Lithuania | 2019 | 15’
Original title

Kolektyviniai Sodai

Awards / Festivals

• Cannes Film Festival
• Sarajevo Film Festival
• Molodist International Film Festival

Dialogues

Lithuanian

Subtitles

English, Romanian

Synopsis

atriarchal masculinity seems to catch its last breath in the sun. A story about a cold relationship between a father and his son. Their bond, plagued by indifference, disintegrates completely.

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Mthunzi

“I think you should just lie down and rest for now.”
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Tebogo Malebogo | South Africa | 2019 | 9’
Awards / Festivals

• Locarno International Film Festival (2020)
• Chicago International Film Festival (2020)
• Carthage Film Festival (2020)

Dialogues

English

Subtitles

Romanian, Greek

Synopsis

Mthunzi is walking home as he sees a lady go into seizures in her driveway − he is then asked to help carry her into their home by her niece and becomes caught up in a world he does not belong in.

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Bucharest Seen from Above

“You don’t look Romanian.”
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Andrei Ștefan Răuțu | Romania | 2020 | 17’
Original title

Bucureștiul văzut de sus

Awards / Festivals

• Transilvania International Film Festival (2020)
• Anonimul Independent Film Festival (2020)
• Thessaloniki International Film Festival (2020)

Dialogues

Romanian

Subtitles

English, Greek

Synopsis

A charming old lady has to leave her home because her family can’t take care of her anymore. On the way to the elderly care home, a shadow of guilt starts to cover the bright sunny day.

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Postcards From The End Of The World

“Exhausted from the heat and lack of internet.”
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Konstantinos Antonopoulos | Greece | 2019 | 23’
Original title

Kart postal apo to telos tou kosmou

Awards / Festivals

• Best Comedy - 29th Aspen Shortsfes
• Jury Prize - 24th REGARD Saguenay International Short Film Festival
• Audience Award - 23rd Winterthur Short Film Festival

Dialogues

Greek, French

Subtitles

English, Lithuanian, Romanian, Greek, Arabic

Synopsis

Trapped in a seemingly dull family vacation, Dimitra, Dimitris and their two daughters will have to find a way out of a secluded island in the Mediterranean, when confronted with the unexpected end of the world.

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Community Gardens

Vytautas Katkus | Lithuania

Bucharest Seen from Above

Andrei Ștefan Răuțu | Romania

Postcards from the End of the World

Konstantinos Antonopoulos | Greece