01 - WHAT DO YOU WANT, Maria Rosa Jijon (Ecuador / Equateur)
Women from the 1st Latin American Migrant Summit in Messico answer to the question What do you want? Qué QUieres? Everything? Is this what we would all answer when given the chance to say it?
02 - MY HEART, Alena Kupcikova (Czech Republic / République Tchèque)
I have decided to create my own heart.
03 - AN ASPECTUAL MINDSCAPE, Siti Almainnah Binte Ab Majid (Singapore / Singapour)
Lengthening thoughts, movements and the steps in which routinely stick by us, in a new pace and breaths.
Credits : Thanks to Tan Kai Syng, Hairul Fazree Bin Sardi, Asyraf Bin Abdul Hamid
04 - PREOCCUPATION, Grimanesa Amoros (Peru / Pérou)
I am preoccupied with that which can be seen
05 - SPINNING BABY, Nicoletta Stalder (Switzerland / Suisse)
What ever I'm occupied with, my children are always spinning around in a corner of my mind.
06 - IN TIME, Evgenija Demnievska (Serbia / Serbie)
Simultaneous action in two different places, the possibility for the lucky concordances, unpredictable combinations.
Credits : Computer Assistance : Radisa Kostic , Thanks to Steve Kreisler, Niels Brodal, Catherine Magalgalit and Christophe
07 - THE KISS : SUSPENDED, Dalia Al Kury (Jordania / Jordanie)
I'm preoccuped with whether I should walk away before my fall, or enjoy the kiss while it lasts.
08 - TOO MUCH !, Véronique Sapin (France)
Overconsumption, overpopulation... We act towards our planet like virus.
09 - NO TITTLE, Marta Ares (Argentina / Argentine)
10 - PREOCCUPATION, Maria Papacharalambous (Cyprus / Chypre)
Credits : Voice Over : Glena Pavlidou, Soudscape : Marie Papacharalambous, Co-Editing : Achilleas Kentonis, Thanks to : Maria Paulidou, Studio Artos Fondation
11 - STURM AND DRANG, Amaranta Sánchez (Mexico / Mexique)
This piece is a "storm" and the same time a "video that works around the self-portrait". It reflects on both the contemplation of the natural landscape and the fear that is experienced in the presence of the totality of nature in which we discover our own self with terror.
Credits : Musica : Jorge Bolado
12 - WITH WHAT I AM PREOCCUPIED TO DAY, Victoria Melody (England / Angleterre)
13 - WHEEL OF LIFE, Madelon Hooykaas (The Netherlands)
A poem about my engaged philosophy of life
14 - HECK OF THE TECH, Alli Savolainen (Finland)
New electronic devices and technical innovations confuse me.
15 - CAN YOU FEEL, Yun Aiyoung (Korea / Corée)
What destination ?
16 - BE ENGAGED, Teresa Puppo (Uruguay)
The images filmed are of the "villas miseria" arround the city of Montevideo. I sing the tonade "don't worry, be happy" and at the same time I propose a linguist game and I work with the words “pre”, “ocúpate”, “ocúpen-se”, “des-preocúpense”..etc.
17 - PREOCCUPATION (GRAY HAIR) , Jessica Lagunas (Nicaraga)
The preoccupation with growing old and her obsession with gray hairs leads a woman to pluck out her gray hair.
Images and photos : Roni Mocan
18 - MORE THAN WORDS, Myritza Castillo (Puerto Rico)
The video in some way shows my preoccupation about nuclear war and the past disasters as an issue that is very updated today.
Production Assistant-Rebecca Adorno;
Sound- Julian; sound engineer is Julian Brau.Violin and music arrangement- Francisco Jimenez
19 - OUR PREOCCUPATION, Anna Malagrida (Spain)
Is the distance which brings us closer the same as the one which separates us.
Thanks to Mathieu Pernot
20 - PREOCUPACIÓN, Sabrina Montiel Soto (Venezuela)
Silent and constant, clouds come and take us with them.
Music : Christine MASSETTI
21 - ICE CREAM (21), Kirsten Justesen (Denmark)
22 - NAKED, Inas Hakki (Syria)
To be free i have to accept who i am, that’s my preoccupation.
D.O.P : Raed Sandid
Production disginer : Maya Assayed
introducing: Daria Jamil
Music: Improvised by: S.Mresh, K.Omran & S.Ali produced by : Al-Rahba
23 - I AM NOT A PLASTIC BAG, Natasha Dimitrievska (Macedonia)
Criticism of THE GLOBALIZATION, is in each of our countries where, we live the Copy Systems in every segment.
Editing : Ljubco Tanurovski
24 - PAST PERFECT - PRESENT CONTINUOUS, Bridget Walker (Australia / Australie)
25 - LIQUIDATION, Cagdas Kahriman (Turkey)
When nothing more remains to say...)
Thanks to Erwann Chabot
26 - SEE BEYOND, Chantal duPont (Canada)
My preoccupation is to see beyond what is to be seen. What is behind that frozen skin ? A tree to imagine.
Editing and Mix-Audio : Martin Hurtubise
27 - RUN LARA RUN, Larissa Sansour (Palestinian Territories / Territoires Palestiniens)
The video explores the idea of displaced identities, typical of societies that have undergone political turmoils, and their diasporas.
Camera : Soren Lind
Location : Shot on location in the West Bank in the occupied Palestinian territories.
28 - RAIN, Alicja Karska - Aleksandra Went (Poland / Pologne)
The slow pace of the narration, almost suspended in time, causes the viewer to focus on the image itself. The meditative rhythm of the frozen-frame video and, especially, the tension between movement and stillness refer us to a different temporality and memory animated by the memory of the image on screen.
Music : Marcin Zielinski
29 - THE LUNCH, Fatima Mazmouz (Morocco / Maroc)
30- DIS-COVER, Sharon Horodi (Israel)
A pamphlet I found on my car windscreen, made me contemplate about the erotic nature of the gap between collar and neck.
Narration : Naama Katz
31 - DIVA, Marilena Preda Sanc (Romania / Roumanie)
Video Diva is based on a performance representing my body moving in a repetitive gym exercise illustrating our daily duty to preserve our body as women and the revolt expressed in the last picture of the video with the text The most I like is doing nothing.
Camera/digital processing Victor Velculescu
32 - PRESENT, Lucine Talalyan (Armenia / Armenie)
The akward possibility to lose a dream in one’s life story.
For Karine Matsakyan who gave her work to Harutyun Simonyan.
Thanks to Arpi Adamyan, Lucine Chergeshtyan, Lara Aharonyan,Vardan Azatyan; Produced by Utopiana
33 - SECRET CHAMBERS: BODY, BLOOD, WIND AND WATER, CM Judge (USA)
Walking within a stone labyrinth a women is flooded with her preoccupations --body, blood, wind and water -- the “secret chambers” within her.
Special thanks to Elsa Voelcker, Fr. John Doran, Eden, Kara Masters Siekman, Joseph Scannell