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National Press of Films Released in Belgium
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69th INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL BERLIN
07 - 17 February 2019
with Mei Kayama, Misuzu Kanno, Makiko Watanabe, Shunsuke Daitō, Yuka Itaya
World premiere - Debut film - Japan
37 Seconds tells the story of Yuma, a young Japanese woman who suffers from cerebral palsy. Torn between her obligations towards her mother and her dream to become a manga artist, Yuma embarks on an unexpected journey of self-discovery.
World Sales: Films Boutique - www.filmsboutique.com
La Arrancada (On the starting line)
by Aldemar Matias
World premiere - Debut film - Documentary – France / Cuba / Brazil
Jenniffer is a young sportswoman questioning her career as a national athlete in Cuba. Her mother, Marbelis, is the tough boss of a public fumigation center in downtown Havana. As her brother is getting ready to leave the country, Jenniffer struggles to find her place. This intimate family chronicle, seen from the perspective of two women, unfolds the portrait of a generation unsure of what’s next in Cuba.
World Sales: Figa films - www.figafilms.com
Système K (System K)
by Renaud Barret
World premiere - Documentary - France
Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, 2017. In the urban jungle counting over 13 million inhabitants, amid social and political chaos, an eclectic and bubbling street art scene is emerging. Underground visual artists, musicians, and performers create out of nothing, using recycled objects and their own bodies to express their anger, but also their dreams for change.
Despite the constant harassment of the authorities, the strong taboos of a traditional society and the personal struggles of the artists, the movement can no longer be stopped.
World Sales: Le Pacté - www.le-pacte.com
Delphine & Carole
by Callisto Mc Nulty
World premiere - Documentary - France / Switzerland
The meeting between the actress Delphine Seyrig and the video artist Carole Roussopoulos drives us to the heart of the feminism of the 1970s. With a video camera in hand, they will engage in radical fights with insolence, intransigence and a lot of humor.
World Sales: MPM - www.mpmfilm.com
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