Friday 29th November | Zaal 3 | 19:00 - 20:30
In times of #MeToo and gender equality, a man can feel confused about his manhood. Let’s have a look at some vulnerable stories from a man’s point of view, including sports, isolation, crime, and some comedy, of course.
THIS SCREENING CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING FILMS
A Double Life
Studio Job, Joris & Marieke | Animation, Comedy | 02:43 | The Netherlands
What can happen when a husband and wife have different ideas about gender conformity? The family will never be happy if the balance of gender roles is not compiled in their relationship. An unexpected confrontation occurs after the wife realises that she wants more than being a housewife. But the husband doesn’t want to share her enthusiasm...
See The Man
Jose Miguel Jimenez | Documentary, Sport, Dance | 41:28 | Ireland
Östersunds Fotbollsklubb is no ordinary soccer team. For the past four years players, technical team, administrative, and directive have collaborated on a cultural initiative that has seen them performing in their own theatre piece, venturing into painting, and the publication of a book narrating their experiences as part of the club.
Ken Hagen-Takenaka | Fiction, Animation, Comedy | 09:08 | Germany
Adam is a total slacker but for some reason, he wants to take part in a triathlon. Murat is supposed to give him a ride but then the day does not exactly go as planned... A short live-action comedy between them becomes real life. What should we expect from these two?
Adrian Figueroa | Documentary, Human Interest, Crime | 30:00 | Germany
Eight men who are serving long prison sentences. ‘Elsewhere’ attempts to show a differentiated image of the inmates. Centred on full frontal views and direct eye contact with the camera, the men talk about their lives in physical and visual isolation.