THE DAY MY FATHER DIED by Emre Sefer (Turkey) 17:00
Sema and Hale are sisters who lost their father and they got together at the funeral while those two are in a bad place. After the funeral, they take the road to their home. Hale is the one who took care of his father when Sema was not around. While these two argue, an incident happens on the way home. It will force them to choose between conscience and reason.
LI CHIAMANO CAMINANTES (L’esodo dimenticato)
by Oreste Bocco (Italy) 61:00
Venezuela is experiencing a very serious economic and political crisis. Since 2015, more than six million Venezuelans (UNHCR data) have left the country to escape hunger, misery, and political repression. Most have left and continue to flee by crossing the border with Colombia. Directed by Oreste Bocco.
MARCO POLLINI for The Great Salento War (Italy) 1:35:32
As the world slowly licks the wounds of World War II, in Salento another war is continuing between the inhabitants of two villages, Supersano and Ruffano. The rivalry between the football teams is the rivalry between two men, the Presidents of the teams.
MOTHER TERESA & ME
by Kamal Musale (Switzerland) 2:02:00
Produced by Zariya Foundation
Not for profit film
Two Women’s lives – passionate and uncompromising – woven over generations by two intertwined stories.