Recent presentations of DocNomads films in festivals
Three DocNomads films were recently screened in international film festivals: Laura Taillefer Viñas´s HER SONG, Clare Edlund’s AN EARFUL, and Kristen van Schie’s KIDS THESE DAYS.
HER SONG premiered in the 25th It's All True - International Documentary Film Festival (Brazil); AN EARFUL was screened in AmDocs American Documentary and Animation Film Fund (USA); and KIDS THESE DAYS was presented in the 26th Serra da Estrela International Environmental Film Festival (Portugal).
By Laura Taillefer Viñas • 23' • Portugal
The encounter of the voices of three women from different backgrounds leads to a reflection about liberty and the limits imposed when one is born a woman in a gypsy community. Through the history of a voiceless woman, the film shows the experience of grief in this group, when the life of someone who lost a beloved one comes to a standstill for at least a year.
By Clare Edlund • 14' • Belgium
A lonely woman in her mid-twenties uses a common, yet effective, device to dodge reality. This device, compared to a serious addiction, takes us through a contemporary mind to replace a dull, mundane reality with a colorful and bold fantasy.
By Kristen van Schie • 10' • Portugal
17-year-old Flôr wants to save the world. She spends her days planning protests and guerilla tree plantings – just one of the thousands of kids these days fighting for climate justice. But with the adults of the world failing to respond to the crisis fast enough, teenagers are left to bear the heavy burden alone.