Next Generation 5

30 April 2017 – 16:00 – Flagey

4 May 2017 – 21:30 – Vendôme

DID YOU SAY NEXT GENERATION ? For the fifth year in a row, The next Generation festival celebrates film school shorts.

Watu Wote

Katja Benrath

Watu Wote
Country Germany, Kenya
Genre Fiction
2016 - 24' - Color
For almost a decade Kenya has been targeted by terrorist attacks of the Al-Shabaab. An atmosphere of anxiety and mistrust between Muslims and Christians is growing. Until in December 2015, muslim bus passengers showed that solidarity can prevail.

After the Ispeguy pass

Patrick Vuittenez

Après le col d'Ispeguy ( After the ispeguy pass )
Country France
Genre Fiction
2016 - 24' - Color
Martial losts his father after the Ispeguy pass. Since that day, he strangly persists to fix the damaged vehicule. But maybe, it's just to keep his father close, a little bit more, before growing up.

No’ï

Aline Magrez

no'i''
Country Belgium
Genre Documentary
2016 - 22' - Color
Joined cables. Pictures, faces and altars. Then machines and gestures. An emotional description of a place that links all its elements together.

Les Dauphines

Juliette Klinke

les dauphines
Country Belgium
Genre Fiction
2016 - 13' - Color
Bea is jobless and sublets her flat to make ends meet. This weekend, she takes her daughters to a competition in which the youngest one participates. Through this competition, Bea will project her urge to succeed onto her.

Pour une poignée de girolles

Julien Grande

pour une poignée de girolles
Country Belgium
Genre Animation
2016 - 7' - Color
The epic day of a mushroom seeker.