2018, Canada, 65’
Drug Porn is an experimental documentary about the spectacle of substance abuse on social media. In the context of the opioid and fentanyl crisis, the film explores the digital landscape of users who document and publicly share their consumption online. Drug Porn is not only about the individual motivation to expose oneself, but about the Web as a media and how it transforms the notion of community, love, family and communication. More than 45 hours of footage, hundreds of pages of blog posts and interviews were distilled and remixed using glitch and cut-up techniques to insure anonymity, transcend the shock factor and unfold this complex, singular and stratified use of social media.
Saturday 27-11 at 21.00
2021, NL, 40’
The Man Who Was Thursday is a collaborative film that uses context of shared art production to produce an additional fantasy narrative about a wild anarchist plot to destroy the world. Under the cover of ‘art practice’, an esoteric cabal publicly flaunts their dangerous activity while moving forward with a deadly plan. At the heart of their scheme is a mysterious briefcase that one undercover operative must find before the mysterious figure known only as ‘Sunday’ has the chance to use it.
Based on G.K. Chesterton’s reactionary early 20th century novella, and echoing contemporary conservative fears about a nebulous conspiracy of ‘Antifa’ activists, the film imagines what it would look like if the postmodern values of ‘bohemian’ artists really did turn them into enemies of the state.
Saturday 27-11 at 22.15
2016, FR, 99’
Featuring and winning at Cannes, Toronto and London Film Festivals (to name a few), Raw is the film that has shocked and delighted audiences and critics alike. Raw follows Justine, a brilliant and promising student. When she starts at veterinary school, she enters a decadent, merciless and dangerously seductive world. During the first week of hazing rituals, desperate to fit in whatever the cost, she strays from her family principles when she eats raw meat for the first time. Justine will soon face the terrible and unexpected consequences of her actions as her true self begins to emerge.
Sunday 28-11 at 18.30
Cosmic Rift was a two-dimensional massively multiplayer video game designed by lead programmer Jeff Petersen. It is based in a science fiction universe wherein players can fly from an overhead view one of 13 spaceships,each with their own strengths and unique weapons, in a variety of gaming zones each with a different objective.
Uncanny XMen (S01) (86 min) by Throwback studios
Keepers - Part 2 (50min)Teleplay based on the novel by D.R.R. TolkienThis is a fan version of Lord of the Rings in Russian!
Friday 3-12 at 21.30
Maria, a fearless soldier, and TS-347, a man with superhuman strength, are being pursued by a military cell responsible for scientific experiments that have resulted in a zombie apocalypse.
Friday 26-11 at 21.00
Documentary - feature film
Like the Earth, our interior is formed by different strata, which forge our identity and tell our life story. What circumstances intervene in this process and make us become who we are today?Six trans women travel to a small town in León where they will explore unusual landscapes, as well as the ins and outs of their own personalities. Looking for answers about what connects them as a group, they will learn to deal with their differences.
Sediments is an engaging and fun story about empathy, individuality, and the need to belong. It is the present radiography of a collective, which looks into the past and projects itself into the future, celebrating the extraordinary possibility of being unique and unrepeatable.
Tuesday 30-11 at 21.30
Full-throttle splatter-ific Japanese cyberpunk science fiction/horror at its most aggressive, this mind-blower about alien parasites that turn their human hosts into slave "Necroborgs" will leave you dizzy and drained - in a good way.
Wednesday 1-12 at 21.00