Non-Competitive ‘Integration’ Exhibition
Exhibition of local and international shorts that depict different situations of bias and exclusion. Films were made by children and young people, some of them being physically disabled.
IT’S MY FAMILY
Script and Direction: Collective direction – Between 15 and 16 years old
Synopsis: The children at an orphanage lose their hope at the news that the place will close shortly. However, life has a surprise in store for them.
Spain – 5’00’’ – Fiction
FELIZES PARA SEMPRE (Happily Ever After)
HAPPILY EVER AFTER
Script and Direction: Elementary school students from four countries – Between 12 and 14 years old
Synopsis: Four ‘”superheroes” find a phone among the leaves and, one by one, are transferred to their country, where they have the task to bring happiness to a child.
Greece – 10’00” – Fiction
MAURO, THE DINO
Script and Direction: Children at the hospital wards in Brescia – Between 8 and 12 years old
Synopsis: Who said dinosaurs are extinct? In Filippo’s imagination and in the world of animation they’re alive and kicking, and Mauro the Dino is living proof. Just follow him through the forest and discover his adventures.
Italy – 2’29” – Animation
I’M NOT DIFFERENT
Script and Direction: Héctor Ibáñez – 13 years old
Synopsis: A group of friends will learn that, despite everything, Carles is no different and will be at your side when you need it.
Spain – 6’43” – Fiction
THE BUDDY BENCH PROJECT
Script: Chelsea Sargent – 9 years old
Direction: Kyle Weinstein – 9 years old
Synopsis: Inclusion project that seeks with “The Buddy Bench” to connect children with difficulties playing during recess with other students.
USA – 2’57” – Documentary
THE DIARY OF INÁCIO: THE BIG BANG
Script and Direction: Inácio Sampaio Alves – 14 years old
Synopsis: Ignatius and his gang must save the world from a terrible threat brought by the villain Rong.
Brazil – 7’36’’ – Animation
THE CINEMAR TRADEMARK
Script and Direction: Collective direction – 14 years old
Synopsis: Five kids, five stories. Children’s protagonism in cinema made by deaf children at school. Art, communication and freedom.
Brazil – 10’00” – Experimental
THE TRUE STORY OF BEE AND LUIGI
Script and Direction: Year 5 students at Darfo Boario’s Elementary School (BS) – Between 8 and 12 years old
Synopsis: The story of a special friendship and collaboration between a tiny, generous dandelion and a kind, industrious bee.
Italy – 3’16” – Animation