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11/11/22 11/11/22
Above Water + Climate Change Panel Discussion

Set against a backdrop of spellbinding desert landscapes, with a vibrant musical score, Above Water immerses us in the life of a village in Niger, one…

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10/11/22 15/11/22
The Blue Caftan

Returning with her second feature - following its FIPRESCI prize–winning premiere at Cannes- writer and director Maryam Touzani (LIFF 2019’s Adam)…

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18/02/22 20/02/22
The City of Lost Children

Old and decrepit Krank (Daniel Emilfork) has lost his capacity for dreaming and is attempting to fight death by stealing the dreams of children.…

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12/11/21 17/11/21
Clara Sola

There is something life-giving, magical even, in Clara’s hands. Disabled slightly by a crooked spine, and by a developmental delay that’s willfully…

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06/11/22 09/11/22

Léo and Rémi are close. They are thirteen-year-old boys who have grown up in each other’s company, completely sharing and trusting. It’s a childhood…

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12/11/22 12/11/22
Daughters of Darkness + Harry Kümel Q&A (LIFF X Queer Fear)

Returning once again to LIFF is Queer Fear, which aims to chart queer communities’ lasting association with the horror genre. Screening in a 4K…

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