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Something Else

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Nešto drugo
Animirani kratki film
Režiser: Elodi Roj
Kanada, 2019.
Trajanje: 4 minuta

Mlada aseksualna žena je suočena sa hiperseksualnim okruženjem koje promoviše jedinstveni model intimnosti u kojem se ne oseća predstavljenom. “Nešto drugo” je animirani film o emocionalnoj praznini koju stvara seksualna normativnost, sveprisutan koncept u našem savremenom svetu.

Something Else
Animated short film
Director: Elodie Roy
Canada, 2019
Duration: 4

A young asexual woman is confronted to a hypersexual environment promoting a unique model of intimacy in which she doesn’t feel represented. “Something Else” is an animated film about the emotional emptiness created by sexual normativity, an omnipresent concept in our contemporary world.

Infinite while it lasts

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Večno je sve dok traje

Kratki film

Režija: Akira Kamiki

Brazil, 2019.

Trajanje: 19 min.

Nakon što su se zaljubile jedna u drugu na žurci, Danny i Seiji samo žele da budu zajedno. Međutim, njihove razlike mogu da se dokažu kao jače od njihovih osećanja. Prvi film o aseksualnosti.

Infinite while it lasts

Short film

Director: Akira Kamiki

Brazil, 2019

Duration: 19 min

After falling in love at a party, Danny and Seiji just want to be together. However, their differences might prove stronger than their feelings. The first fiction film about asexuality.

Akira Kamiki

Akira Kamiki is a Brazilian director born and raised in Sao Paulo. In 2013 graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Photography, with a focus on filmmaking. Graduated in Film Directing in 2017 and is currently studying a Screenwriting MA at Goldsmith, University of London. An activist of the Brazilian LGBT+ community, Akira has so far written and directed five shorts, including three Queer films. The debut film, “Afterglow”, was accepted into more than 40 film festivals, including the 36th Vancouver International, and has won five awards. “Top 10 Places to Visit in Sao Paulo” screened at the ‘42 Frameline Film Festival’, the oldest and largest LGBTQ film exhibition event in the world, and was also part of the ‘28th Inside Out Toronto’.