ONE by Javier Marco Rico (Spain) – Length 10:00
Far out at sea, a cell phone floating inside an air-tight bag starts to ring.
ONE EARTH by Francesco de Augustinis (Italy) – Length 01:32:30
From the outside, they don’t even look like farms: they are blocks of concrete several floors high, hidden in an earth quarry, in the center of a mountain in the remote heart of China. Within them, a hyper-intensive production of pigs, destined to supply the Asian giant’s ever-increasing demand for pork.Around this hyper-technological breeding, a symbol of human progress, a story unfolds that touches the four corners of the planet, showing how the global food system is irreversibly compromising the fragile balance of the planet, contributing to the current global crises such as climate change, epidemics, the collapse of biodiversity.From China, the new economic and food production giant, to the laboratories of the “Food Silicon Valley” in the Netherlands, to the disputed lands to the indigenous populations in Brazil, to the global threats to human health, to the ethical questions that underlie our relationship with nature: “One Earth” tells stories apparently distant from each other, revealing how everything is connected, as in a complex system that rests on a fragile balance.
RICH FOR THE SKY by Milutin Daka Darić (Montenegro) – Length 1:28:00
Milutin’s harmony of life collapses when his wife Magdalena experiences a car accident, defending her body of a one-year-old son who was entrusted with the care of Milutin. Magdalena remains immobile. Love between Milutin and Magdalena has always been at the highest possible level, and this remains in a series of situations, because the accident never goes by itself. It only remains for them to take care of what they care about, with the help of life circumstances, and that is the happiness of their son Jacob, but for Jacob, as a young man, temptations are only beginning.
ANOTHER WAY TO BUILD EUROPE by Francisco Campos Barba (Spain) – Length 1:20:00
Can you imagine children without running water, without a bathroom, without a shower, …? That is the EUROPE of 2020. In Seville, during the last 34 years, only one person has cared about them. Without help from local government, he has filled their lives with values and aspirations through football.
GARBAGE BIN MEALS by Dr Satyakam Phukan (India) – Length 29:42
While humanity has progressed and made complex systems for its existence, while these systems have boosted trade and commerce, while humanity has made inroads into the outer space, humanity has also retrogressed. A section of the humanity still lives the lives of scavenging animals in urban jungles, surviving on discarded rotten things.To the conventional psychiatrist they are all numbers. This is the contradiction and paradox before the humanity today. There are no actors in this film, everything is cent percent real, there is actually no director also, providence itself is the director, there is only the cinematographer, script writer and the editor.