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Non-Competitive ‘Sustain Your History’ Exhibition

Exhibition of international and national short movies that address environmental themes, produced by children and young people aged 8 to 17 in the categories: fiction, documentary, experimental and animation.

THE DREAMING FLOWER

Script and Direction: Ginevra – Between 8 and 16 years old
Synopsis: Just like humans, flowers are made of roots and dreams. Even when all hope seems lost, they can turn a difficult situation into a new opportunity.
Italy – 5’09’’ – Animation

THE ANTS’ WISDOM

Script and Direction: Students at Escola Parque Animation Workshp – 14 years old
Synopsis: Ants bring various objects considered useful to humans. But what will the ant queen think of this?
Brazil – 1’00” – Animation

SOMETHING FISHY

Script and Direction: Daksh Bhaskar – 12 anos
Synopsis: This film is about the underwater world and each child had to study the movement of their favourite underwater creature to animate it under the camera.
India – 1’22’’ – Animation

FOOD CHAIN

Script and Direction: Collective direction – Between 12 and 14 years old
Synopsis: The film depicts a cruel reality in which every animal species eats something out of nature, and only man eats almost everything.
Serbia – 2’00” – Animation

DINOADVENTURES

Script and Direction: Students at Taller del Coco workshop – 9 years old
Synopsis: A little dinossaur accidentally comes to the present, but he won’t be the last one.
Argentina – 2’00’’ – Animação

BLOOM ON THE BOULDER

Script and Direction: Collective direction – Between 8 and 12 years old
Synopsis: Documentary on Project Rehca (tutoring, kithen garden, cinema and art), which takes place at EM Edmundo Bittencourt.
Brazil- 9’59’’ – Documentary

IN THE BEGINNING

Script and Direction: Students at the Taller del Coco workshop – 15 years old
Synopsis: Three people reunited around the fire share their origins, their conflits and their meeting.
Argentina – 2’0’’ – Animation

ANIMAL ABUSE

Script and Direction: Dev Ajmera – 12 years old
Synopsis: Each sequence of the film illustrates how animals are taken advantage of by humans and how they’re often ill-treated.
India – 3’14’’ – Animation

THE HUMMINGBIRD AND THE GIRAFFE

Script and Direction: Minou – 9 years old
Synopsis: It doesn’t matter how, there’s always a solution.
Germany – 2’00” – Animation

STOP DEFORESTATION

Script and Direction: Atulya Agrawal – 12 years old
Synopsis: This is the story of how growing trees is important for the environment and cutting down trees impacts the ecosystem and the lives of the animals living on these trees.
India – 2’17’’ – Animation

PLASTIC

Script and Direction: Clare Youth Action students – Between 13 and 14 years old
Synopsis: A short film made made to try and raise awareness about the issue of plastics in our oceans and the impact that can have on wildlife.
Ireland – 1’17’’ – Documentary

GLOBAL COOLING

Script and Direction: Rahul Iyer – 11 years old
Synopsis: A planet looks through it’s telescope and notices Planet Earth being dumped with waste.
India – 1’35’’ – Animation

SATIRE

Script and Direction: Zhou Yilan – 13 years old
Synopsis: Humans cut trees to make paper, but at the same time print “Protect the forest trees, each of us have a responsibility” on paper. Are we really protecting the environment?
China – 1’53’’ – Animation

JUNGLE

Script and Direction: Collective direction – Between 8 to 10 years old
Synopsis: A two-month long school project wiht a small group of responsibility.
Germany – 2’37’’ – Animation

SANDSTORM

Script and Direction: Xu Jiazhang – 11 years old
Synopsis: A story about a sandstorm.
China – 1’16’’ – Animation

A PARADISE TO THE WORLD

Script and Direction: Students of the Escula Bolivariana Archipiélago Los Roques – Between 9 and 12 years old
Synopsis: A paradisiacal island is threatened by a pirate ship that came to pollute the water with garbage and sicken the inhabitants of the sea.
Venezuela – 3’00” – Animation

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