LA FEMME ET LE TGV

Directed by Timo von Gunten – Elise has been waving at the express train as it passes by her home every day for three decades. A letter from the train’s conductor begins a correspondence between the two, and when the train is detoured to another route, Elise goes in search of her man. GFM: La Femme […]

The Silence

Directed by Farnoosh Samadi and Ali Asgari – Fatma and her mother Kurdish refugees in Italy. During a medical consultation, Fatma must translate what the doctor said to her mother, but the girl remained silent. GFM: This is the second time you have both been to Cannes with a competition film. How do you feel about […]

Fight on a Swedish Beach!!

Directed by Simon Vahlne – This is what happens when you call someone’s wife a whore and yell Sieg Heil. He had it coming. EPIC BEACH FIGHT! GFM: Please introduce your film to our readers as most of them will not yet have seen it. Simon: It’s a film about a conflict that takes place on […]

4:15 P.M. The End of the World

Directed by Catalin Rotaru and Gabi Virginia Sarga – A courier takes a hitchhiker on the road. When the hitchhiker warns him that the end of the world is around the corner, the courier labels him as crazy, without knowing this accidental encounter will change his life forever. GFM: Please describe what 4:15 The End […]

A Moca Que Dancou Com O Diabo

Directed by João Paulo Miranda Maria – A girl from a very religious family seeks about her own paradise. GFM: Please introduce your film to our readers? João: The Girl Who Danced with the Devil is a story based on popular history that we listen to in the countryside of Brazil, where I live and […]

Madre

Directed by Simón Mesa Soto – 16 year-old Andrea leaves her neighborhood in the hills of Medellin to attend a downtown casting call for a porno film. GFM: For our readers who have not yet seen Madre, could you introduce the film in your own words? Simón: It’s a story about an underage girl who attends […]

Imago

Directed by Raymund Ribay Gutierrez  – Under the humid night within a lively slum in the center of Manila, Inday, a 54 year old single parent of a special child goes to her unusual work. GFM: Since most of our readers will not yet have seen IMAGO, please introduce the film in your own words. […]

Timecode

Directed by Juanjo Gimenez – Luna and Diego are the parking lot security guards. Diego does the night shift, and Luna works by day. GFM: Most of our readers will not have had a chance to see Timecode yet, so can you please introduce it in your own words? Juanjo: It’s a short film about secrets, and […]

Dreamlands

Directed by Sara Dunlop – 17 year old Pixie and her friends have spent the last few months delving into a strange new world of experimentation. When unfamiliar Blondie arrives at the dying end of the summer, the gang’s routine is set to change as Pixie begins to struggle with unexpected feelings. GFM: Please introduce your […]

Quiet Zone

Directed by Karl Lemieux – Otherworldly frequencies and textured images beautifully express the distress of those who suffer from electromagnetic hypersensitivity and must live in exile to find relief from the noise. GFM: In Quiet Zone you deal with the subject of electromagnetic hypersensitivity as a documentary. This affliction is fairly unknown, but for those […]