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Short Film

North Pole

A film by Marija Apcevska

Short Film

The Star

A film by Nadav Lapid

Short Film

The Last Marriage

A film by Johan Tappert, Gustav Egerstedt

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A film by Suzannah Mirghani

Short Film


A film by Karishma Dev Dube

Short Film

Black Goat

A film by Tang Yi

Short Film

The Night Train

A film by Jerry Carlsson

Short Film

The Present

A film by Farah Nabulsi

Short Film

Postcards from the end of the world

A film by Konstantinos Antonopoulos

The Christmas Gift awarded at the European Film Awards

After winning the Grand Prix at Clermont-Ferrand, Best Fiction at Tampere Film Festival, the Jury Award at Brussels Short Film Festival and the Best of the Festival Award at Palm Springs International ShortFest, The Christmas Gift has received on December 7th the best short film prize at the 2019 European Film Awards.Directed by Bogdan Muresanu, The Christmas Gift is set on 20th of December,1989, a few days after Ceausescu's bloody repression in Timisoara, when a father finds out that his son has mailed a wish letter to Santa. As the kid understood, his father's biggest desire is to see Ceausescu dead.Directors Statement: Soon, it will be 30 years since the Revolution, and I think that such a film may raise some questions regarding the freedom of expression, personal dignity and other such concepts that have become demonised or have become, in turn, part of an ossified language (not to say a wooden one).In conclusion, I would like to mention that, in my opinion, there have not been enough films about this period in our history (in fact not enough movies were made in a realistic, unmasked manner) and I believe that, more than ever, we need them.Why? To temper nostalgic people or the simply politically disoriented ones (there is now a kind of anti-corporatist, hipster-like left movement) and to recover some of the question marks even if we cannot always give the right answers.