UNCONFESSIONS, dir. Ana Galizia
New ShortsDocumentary

DOCUMENTARY: This Feeling Is Brand New

18:30 Sat 19 Jan 2019

ICA

A lot of feelings go unspoken and a lot of desires die repressed. These films use the documentary form as a mediator between the previously untold and the desire to tell, showing that the therapeutic value of cinema, and documentary in particular, is in desperate need. From the emotional repression of a father-son relationship to the cathartic outlet of warhammer, each of these docs offer space for reflection without judgement and show us the value of giving in to the need to express yourself. 95’

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The Mall, St James's
SW1Y 5AH
  • WARGAMES

    Jessica Bishopp 11 mins (UK, 2018)

    An experimental documentary about obsession, camaraderie and a Wargames Society that asks: what does it take to go into battle?
  • FOR WHEN I DIE

    Paul Power 10 mins (IE, 2017)

    Jennifer Sleeman, is going to die but what does a good life and a good death means to her?
  • FELICIA AND THE CLOWN

    Oliwia Siem 26 mins (Poland, 2018)

    Kasia’s school friends envied her - who wouldn’t like a dad who earned his living as a clown, rather than working in some boring office?
  • MAN TO MAN

    Mischa Lustin 8 mins (UK, 2017)

    What does it take to finally become a man you've always looked up to?
  • GOD BLESS THIS HOUSE

    Rodrigo Marques Mendes 18 mins (UK, 2018)

    Filmmaker Rodrigo reunites with his mother after 4 years of being apart in order to understand things that she did during his childhood.
  • UNCONFESSIONS

    Ana Galizia 22 mins (BR, 2017)

    Luiz Roberto Galizia was an important figure for the theatrical scene in the 1970s and 1980s and an uncle I did not know.

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