gallery/b2002 • los caminos de cuba

THE ROADS OF CUBA • 2019

DIRECTOR: Luciano Nacci

COUNTRY: Argentina

RUNTIME: '60

 

SYNOPSIS: The Roads of Cuba is a documentary that seeks to rescue the voice of some people who tell us the day to day of their country and the great transformation that has been carried out in Cuba for a few years. These characters open their history and allow us to participate in it, they speak of their passions, their loves, their sorrows. All of them with different histories and cultural backgrounds but all crossed by the revolutionary struggle and Cuba.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Feature Doc

FEATURE DOCS

gallery/b argentina
gallery/b2002 • michail & daniel

MICHAIL & DANIEL • 2019

DIRECTOR: Andrei Zagdansky

COUNTRY: USA

RUNTIME: '64

 

SYNOPSIS: Michail is an artist. He is working on a series of paintings called “Franz Kafka’s Diary”. His son Daniel is thirty-four, yet his life is barely separable from the life of his father. He is deaf and mute, and suffers from a severe form of cerebral palsy. Michail is determined and energetic, Daniel – persistent and charismatic. The pair is unique and so is their story. And yet, there is something universal in this saga of father and son.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Feature Doc

gallery/b eua
gallery/b2002 • witness at tornillo

WITNESS AT TORNILLO • 2019

DIRECTOR: Shane Franklin

COUNTRY: USA

RUNTIME: '63

 

SYNOPSIS: One man from Brooklyn sits alone in the West Texas desert, feeling morally compelled to witness the horrors of family separation and child detention on the southern border. His goal is to shut down an American internment camp and free 2,800 migrant teenagers kept against their will. Witness at Tornillo follows 66-year-old Josh Rubin from Brooklyn, an activist who has become a fixture of the #FamiliesBelongTogether protests.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Feature Doc

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gallery/barciff • laurels • official selection
gallery/barciff • laurels • official selection
gallery/barciff • laurels • official selection