Doc.Berlin 2021 (Documentary Film Festival): Inventory of Time, BR 2018, R: Khalil Charif, 1min, OmeU; My Own Landscapes, FR 2020, R: Antoine Chapon, 19 min, OmeU; Ugoku Tokai - Moving City, DE 2020, R: Lars Ostmann, 96min, OmeU.
Total length: 116 min
INVENTORY OF TIME (BRAZIL) BY KHALIL CHARIF
In a New York City subway journey, a sequence plan examines a social aspect, searching for a reflection about our new era of profound human and technological changes – and its challenges. Running time: 1 Min
MY OWN LANDSCAPES (FRANCE) BY ANTOINE CHAPON
A former military game designer was spotted in a video game competition organized by the army. Before going to war, he made video game scenarios that prepared soldiers to cultural shocks and healed trauma. Once back from the war, his relationship with his identity, with life and with the video game changed. Running time: 18 Min
UGOKU TOKAI - MOVING CITY (GERMANY) BY LARS OSTMANN
Synopsis: Life is movement. The highest concentration of movement is the city. A melancholy-looking young man in a business suit goes on an adventure into his own city: Guided by a mysterious map, he discovers twelve paths with a special relationship to time and space. As he wanders through the city, he begins to pose life questions about a meaningful existence. What makes us come alive? Will we go on the same way? Running time: 95 Min