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ESFAA 1

26.04.2022 – 20.30 – Vendôme


A selection of the very best European short films of last year awarded with a national audience award. After winnning the favour of their national audience, 9 short films are now on a quest to win the hearts of 511 million Europeans, frist stop : Brussels! You, Belgian public, are the first one to vote !

Harta

Julia de Paz Solvas

Pays Spain
Genre Fiction
2021 - 23'19" - Couleur
Carmela, a 12-year-old girl, on her birthday, is forced to meet her father in a family meeting centre, due to the sentence of gender violence that he has against her mother.

Nanu Tudor

Olga Lucovnicova

Pays Belgium
Genre Documentary
2020 - 20'04" - Couleur
In intimate close-ups the camera captures an idyllic scene that seems to belong to a different era: ripe cherries, black-and-white photographs and a summerhouse full of memories of the seemingly carefree childhoods of several generations. Old aunties talk about the past and Uncle Tudor, too, answers the filmmaker’s questions. Little by little, she confronts him with her trauma, for which he is responsible.

Partir un jour

Amélie Bonnin

Pays France
Genre Fiction
2021 - 24'00" - Noir et Blanc
After he graduated from high school, Julien left Normandy – where he was born and bred – to build a bigger life for himself in Paris, leaving his memories behind. But one day, it is time for him to go back, and all these memories violently come back to the surface.

We have one heart

Katarzyna Warzecha

Pays Poland
Genre Documentary
2020 - 10'00" - Couleur
After his mother’s death, Adam finds his parents’ correspondence. A love adventure entangled in the 20th century, when the world was cut in two and the war between Iran and Iraq marked the start of tragic conflicts in the Middle East.