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    The Governance of Love (2013)

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    The Governance of Love (2013)

    What if, instead of bombs, we dropped watermelons? Dreamy and hopeful, this animated short sweeps us up into a colourful world where layers of reality and creativity intersect. Our protagonist navigates through it all seamlessly, and in the process shows us the importance of imagination.

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    Closer to the Moon (2013)

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    Closer to the Moon (2013)

    A Romanian police officer teams up with a small crew of bank robbers to pull off a heist by convincing everyone at the scene of the crime that they are only filming a movie.

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    Neon (2014)

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    Neon (2014)

    In Neon, Bednarski recounts the history of Warsaw’s neon signs from the pre-War period to modern times. He creates an overview of the neon signs which illuminated streets of Warsaw before the Second World War, depicts the use and role of neon signs in the times of social realism in the context of history and politics, and describes what has happened to them since 1989.

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    Huba (2014)

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    Huba (2014)

    Huba (Parasite) is a film about an ailing old man and a young mother. After retiring from the factory, the man, deprived of his daily routine, loses control over his time. Unable to eat or sleep, he starts drying up. The mother and child are like a single organism. Yet their relationship is, for all its closeness, one of dependence and inequality. The child, whose attachment to life is the strongest, is ravenous and needy; the woman, though enjoying a brief moment of freedom, is doomed to be a victim, while the old man has nothing to keep him going now that he can no longer work at the factory. When the three of them try to have a life together, they are like the Holy Family reversed. Brought together by chance, their lives intertwine in a web of oppression. The film follows their daily existence and slow decline.

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    Together Apart (2014)

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    Together Apart (2014)

    A young couple move apart from one another to go to college but remain together in a long distance romance. The pair must try to do whatever it takes to stay in touch and eventually be reunited. Everything has changed, but can their love survive the distance?

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    Warsaw Uprising (2014)

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    Warsaw Uprising (2014)

    Documentary film about the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 through the eyes of a US Airman.

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    Loop (2014)

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    Loop (2014)

    Experimental animation based on graphics.

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    A Blue Room (2014)

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    A Blue Room (2014)

    A man wakes up in a blue room. He’s stuck and he can’t escape. A window is his only connection to the outer world. It filters the reality in a very mysterious way.

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    Obama Mama (2014)

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    Obama Mama (2014)

    The most powerful man in the world says he owes everything to his mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, the mother of President Barack Obama. She was an extraordinary and charismatic woman, who lived a full life, moving halfway around the world, yet remaining a true American both participating in making a better world and observing it with intelligent eyes. Stanley Ann’s personal and public life mirrored (and often presaged) the important political, cultural and social changes of her time. From the Cold War fears, to the Civil Rights movement, Feminism and the United States’ presence abroad, Ann Dunham’s journey from a small town in Kansas to the remote villages of Indonesia, taught her what it truly means to be an American.

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    Once My Mother (2014)

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    Once My Mother (2014)

    Australian filmmaker Sophia Turkiewicz investigates why her Polish mother abandoned her and uncovers the truth behind her mother’s wartime escape from a Siberian gulag, leaving Sophia to confront her own capacity for forgiveness.

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    Citizen (2014)

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    Citizen (2014)

    An attempt at depicting the life of a generation born and raised in communist Poland; a generation that lived through all the stages of that system and made it to democracy. Throughout his life, the film’s protagonist has always tried to be active, but something always got in his way, either through an absurd coincidence, as a result of his own lack of ability, or due to the unpredictable nature of certain events in our recent history.

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    Object (2015)

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    Object (2015)

    A creative image of an underwater search in the dimensions of two worlds-ice desert and under water-told from the point of view of the rescue team, of the diver, and of the ordinary people waiting on the shore.

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