MON 13 SEPT
The Muse ART GALLERY
269 Portobello Road, W11 1LR
6 - 10 pm
Flea / Bloha
Ilya Zheltyakov 1h 12A
The Flea or Udelka is the biggest flea market in Saint -Petersburg. On its ground stalls at the feet of endless customers and gawkers lies the Russian history of the 20th century. Documentary Russia
Belukha Mountain. Climbing the legend of Siberia
Igor Ozherelyev 1h 5m 12
This is a story about a successful climb onto the top of the highest peak of the Altay Mountains - Belukha mountain. Together with fantastic views of the Altay mountains, this film unleashes the theme of the mental experiences that follow climbers the way to the summit – what's in the head in the starting days and the transformation of it during the trip. Documentary Russia
Dajla: Cine Y Olvido / Dajla: Cinema And Oblivion
Arturo Dueñas Herrero
Life is going on in Dakhla, one of the Sahrawi refugee camps in southern Algeria, forgotten for 45 years. The celebration of a film festival, the Fisahara, breaks the monotony. The event ends, life (and oblivion) continues.
Pol Punto R 8M U
During her lockdown in Berlin, Ljuba broke up with his boyfriend. After struggling with the situation, she realized how important is to first learn to love yourself and then the others. A Facebook post asking for a wedding dress ended up in a real wedding ceremony with herself.
Alex Cuellar, Rafael Giner Sánchez 20m 12A
Mario Sánchez is a bank robber who has spent more than 30 years in some prisons in Europe. Now, he is out of jail, but he feels lost in a world that has changed very fast. Will it be possible to reinsert it in a society that long forgotten about it?
Pacha Kuti: The Golden Path
Reed Rickert 7M U
An atmospheric exploration of what biodiversity conservation means to this Machiguenga community living in one of the most biodiverse regions in the world. When Arnold returns to his native community in the Peruvian Amazon after living in the urban world, he remembers the stories told to him by his grandfather and the great importance of maintaining balance with the jungle. "This film was made possible with support by The National Geographic Filmmaker Grant”.
GREAT WHITE ENCOUNTERS
Jason Perryman 1h 5m 12A
A documentary on the relationship between Great White Sharks and humans, showing the positive and negative interactions between us - how it can benefit us both, and be destructive to these vulnerable creatures.
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