On the eve of Pakistan’s 70th independence anniversary, we follow the spirited 90 year old guru Indu Mitha, as she prepares for her students’ final performance before she retires. How She Moves pulls back the curtain on her life as one of Pakistan’s few classical dance teachers. We observe her give a feminist and secular spin on classical dance, and see the transformative impact it has on her students.
International Documentary - Short Form
Embalming an animal is an extremely complex task. Even more if it’s your pet. Pedro Viamonte (82), founder of the Higher Institute of Taxidermy and Conservation, decides that death isn’t reason enough to separate him from his beloved deer after 16 years together.
The film shows, in a simple and authentic way, the strength of women in a small community in the state of Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil). Four women, symbol of resistance and tradition, tell their life stories through the account of their long working hours. Filmed with a cell phone, the documentary surprises and presents scenes of a unique beauty with original soundtrack created by Valéria Oliveira
Temiatyo is a 22-year-old girl who witnessed firsthand domestic violence suffered by her mother. This unhealthy climate in which she lived makes her an insolent, disrespectful and aggressive girl towards the men in her environment.
A touching and hopeful film about a medevac helicopter pilot who found peace within himself and with his mortal enemies when he tries to build a peace garden at the Khe Sanh Combat Base where he stationed during the Viet Nam war.
A slice of life piece that observes the most expensive city in the world through a day in life of a driver. The driver, Ah Hock, is representative of a generation in Singapore who works mainly for survival, and to provide a better living for their family.