NOV 28TH – DEC 1ST 2019
EINDHOVEN FILM FESTIVAL
EINDHOVEN FILM FESTIVAL NOV 28TH – DEC 1ST

Friday 29th November | Zaal 2 | 21:21 - 22:45

The night has always been full of mysteries. In the dark, we dare to let ourselves go and we can experience great loneliness when we think nobody can see us. Be ready for some colourful scenery and hidden secrets during the night time.

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THIS SCREENING CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING FILMS

Akin

Stephan Cornelio Velema | Experimental, Dance, Identity | 03:23 | The Netherlands

Film Screening COLOURFUL REBELS

Every man or woman has two identities. There has to be a reconciliation between the two. Jason Ritchie experienced severe trauma, within himself is the solution to his pain. There is no outside world except for what he makes of it. He must become the master of his life, even through pain and failure. He finds this answer by accidentally passing out into a state of meditation and dance.

Midnight Jazz

Jules Mathôt | Fiction, Experimental, Music | 21:15 | The Netherlands

Film Screening COLOURFUL REBELS

Everyone loves music. It surrounds us in all spheres of life. But what if the music is the transmission channel for our souls? What if we can understand more from music than from words? When a mysterious young man interrupts a radio broadcasting, the dark night is lightened by colour, conversation and jazz.

Chair Amour

Patrick Serre | Fiction, LGBTQ+ | 08:38 | Belgium

Film Screening COLOURFUL REBELS

A kid with a different sensitivity faces up to his father and to his fanatic way of practising his religion. This affects him during his childhood and this will affect him for the rest of his life. Can this boy give an uncompromising response to religious obscurantism in regards to homosexuality?

At Midnight Plays a Dance-Tune

Roy Seerden | Documentary, Experimental, LGBTQ+ | 30:00 | The Netherlands

Film Screening COLOURFUL REBELS

When Roy's mother dies, there’s no holding him back. Sex, drugs, roaming through the night: his life transforms into a bundle of energy, grief, and detachment. At the same time, he can’t help thinking of Antoine, the strange neighbour from his youth. Antoine is the non-conformist, who was eventually thrown out of his home and ended up on the street. Without putting it into words, Roy draws an obvious parallel between Antoine and himself.

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