Non-Competitive ‘Transformation’ Exhibition
Exhibition of local and international shorts that raise the alert on the need of change reagarding moral and social questions that harm childrens’ rights.
Script and Direction: Diego Rosa – 16 years old
Synopsis: A collective reflection on the various forms of violence and on how we deal with it these days.
Brazil – 6’24” – Documentary
TOOT TO TARA
Script and Direction: Students at Project Filmbug – training for professional cinema to the integration of less fortunate children and teenagers.
Synopsis: A unique and beautiful friendship between two different girls develops through books and poetry.
India – 14’37’’ – Fiction
THE STONE, THE BEAK AND THE BRICK
Script and Direction: Students at Cinema Kids – Between 13 and 17 years old
Synopsis: A metaphor of the western genre and a distillation of our very existence.
Spain – 8’59” – Fiction
Script and Direction: Nicolas Pereira e Mayrinck Santana – 15 years old
Synopsis: A boy who can’t study because of the lack of teachers knows the concept of dehumanization present in Paulo Freire’s “Pedagogy of the Opressed”.
Brazil – RJ – 5’41” – Animation
CHILDREN OF THE WORLD
Script and Direction: Year 5 students at Toon Club & Ecole Mondiale World School – Between 8 and 12 years old
Synopsis: The film is a narrative of a child who lives a happy childhood but is also aware of the many who are not as privileged.
India – 1’28” – Animation
EVERY CHILD MATTERS
Script and Direction: Avnita Ahuja – 13 years old
Synopsis: This is a story of how children are abused in every possible way because of their innocence and inability to fight back.
India – 2’23” – Animation