Agnieszka Polska’s unsettling perspective on humanity takes the form of an animated child-faced sun with melancholy eyes. Digitally sourced images paint a frantic image of a crumbling world. From a distance, the sun jokes about environmental issues and comments on the tumultuous times in which the world finds itself. —IFFR



Run Time

7 mins

Athens 2014. Between bereaved desires and lost hopes, a film diary bangs against the walls of the city. Can we still ask the simplest questions? The questions of survival that confront ideals, the daily life of a country in crisis, the inertia of revolution, the individual issues that confront the political.
Hérétakis’ film is a portrait of contemporary Greece that’s daubed with the listless exuberance of youth.


Run Time

25 mins