Saturday 30th November | Zaal 2 | 18:30 - 20:00
If you like to travel and you like art this could be interesting for you! Go on an art trip where people get lost and found, and dare to create their own story about life.
THIS SCREENING CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING FILMS
In Full Bloom
Maegan Houang | Fiction, Drama, Fantasy | 10:39 | United States
After her husband’s death, Cecile becomes an agoraphobic hoarder, paradoxically practising gardening — indoors without the help of direct sunlight. She orders worms to grow a rare flower. Though they help a flower grow, the worms create a black hole that absorbs everything she cherishes. She has no choice but to leave for the first time since her husband died and try to live in a society on her own terms.
We the Things
Nathalie Faber | Documentary, Design | 44:30 | The Netherlands
We see everyday objects as our property, but isn’t there more to it than that? We empathise with other people, but what if you empathise with things in your daily surroundings? An artist couple let themselves be moved by the things around them, a ‘Parliament of Things’ group session, in which people identify with things, and a refugee philosopher from China who had to leave behind all his things.
Jorgen Scholtsens | Comedy, Drama, Absurd | 07:23 | The Netherlands
A lonely man lives inside a cuckoo clock. Every hour he straps himself into his ejection seat and shoots through the doors of the clock. "Cuckoo!" He yells, "Cuckoo!". His work is of vital importance. One day the man has the opportunity to win a substantial sum of money on a radio quiz. The only problem is that he can only dial in at the exact time he’s supposed to sit in his seat.
Cheek to Cheek
Bo van der Meer & Malou Wagenmaker | Documentary, Elderly, Health | 07:23 | The Netherlands
Just imagine: you’re in the middle of a hall in an elderly home which has been transformed into a ballroom with red velvet tablecloths and old vinyl records. A DJ plays nostalgic music from the 40's ‘till now. You are surrounded by cheerful dancing people of all age groups, but especially the elderly. But on the dance floor of The Dance Palace age doesn’t matter.