EUROPEAN FILM FESTIVAL – Thursday September 9th – (Stream for FREE all day)

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AS THE WAVE BROKE, 22min., Germany, Drama/Experimental

Directed by Alexandra Bekiou

As the wave broke…

The odyssey of a woman (40 years old) on the almost hopeless search for a life that does not seem like hell, after suffering the most terrible abuse and loss of her only consolation. She finds the answer for a life-affirming path beyond all clichés, until the wave breaks. Her key of success: unconditional love and freedom.

A violin lies in the sand, washed by leaking ocean waves. We hear a male voice.

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TRUE FRIENDS, 5min,. Sweden, Dramedy

Directed by Mattias Königsson, Emil T. Jonsson

Conny is so tired of Corona. He feels so alone and his only human interface is with his brother on the phone.Browsing through his phone’s contactlist he decides to phone every single contact, even those he can’t remember in order to find out who his true friends are.

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MY OWN WORST ENEMY, 6min., Netherlands, Experimental

Directed by Harrie Verbeek, Jelena Kosti

On your way to reaching a goal you are often battling against yourself. You take various steps, but it is the most unpredictable move that defeats your own worst enemy.

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DEBUT, 12min., Sweden, Drama/Comedy

Directed by Johan Stavsjo

The day before the debut of her first major theatre production, an ambitious theatre director, Cornelia, comes to the horrible realization that hey play is quite… bad. A self-destructive journey ensues involving PR agents and stubborn actors as she desperately tries to hold her play together.

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ANOMALY 4, 19min., UK, Experimental/Animation

Directed by Lindsay Seers, Keith Sargent

There is no singular way to sum up this work. It does not really want to be explained by an elucidating text; it wants to rest in the medium that shapes it. It does not follow a convention of story telling that governs cinema. What it does follow is a freewheeling set of associations and the vagaries of our interpretations of events. As a construct it wants to be like consciousness might really be … fragmented, discontinuous, oscillating, driven to constructing false cause and effect narratives from endless occurrences that ultimately have no clear singular causal reason.

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