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Sunday July 9th, 2023

This screening session features 7 films. All films are in Engli
sh and/or have English subtitles.



Somerville Theatre (55 Davis Square, Somerville, MA 02144, USA)

Free tickets:

Reserve your tickets here. Please only book seats when you are sure you'll be there, thank you!

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Ruined Arbor (Mohsen Namjoo) (Iran) by Kasra Yazdani, Golrokh Hemmati

Synopsis: Music is based on an old Iranian poem about a carpet weaver girl weaving a carpet under a ruined roof. Images have been photographed from different carpets of Iranian ethnicities. Running time: 00:02:00.

Selections/awards: Light Matter Experimental Film and Media Arts Fest, International Folklore FF Thrissur, Martinique IFF, Pebbles Underground Film and Video Art Festival, Film Buzz Festival, Ghent Short FF, and more.


Generation (UK) by Riccardo Fusetti



Synopsis: A brief journey through the human experience as seen by the eyes of an Artificial Intelligence. Running time: 00:02:13.

Selections/awards: Short Of The Week, Super Shorts London, Sydney World FF, and more.

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Moscow State Circus (USA) by Joshua Van Horn

Synopsis: A short profile on the bears of the Moscow State Circus based on a passage by John McPhee. Running time: 00:01:02.

Selections/awards: Extremely Shorts FF, MicroMania FF, Big Teeth Small Shorts FF, Doc.London, Sydney World FF, Ghent Viewpoint Documentary FF and more.

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A sentence that ends in a word that starts a new one (USA) by Letao Chen

Synopsis: “A film is a stream of consciousness and life is a making-sense of meaningless nothing. A digital triptych documentary mourning my grandmother’s death through language, chess, and ants on the bathroom wall, this film is a desperate attempt to articulate loving and mourning in a language I cannot speak (well enough). The simultaneous use of 3 screens imitates the way a thought is formed and a philosophy is philosophized. It is a stream of consciousness exploring the correspondence between language and emotional capacity. All scenes are entirely reenactments of actual events- until the unexpected coincidence that brings me to church.” Running time: 00:09:17.

Selections/awards: Doc.Boston (Best New England Documentary).

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Score Until The Last Day (Greece) by Aris Tsiaras



Synopsis: Alphonso Ford was a successful basketball player, carrying a big secret, leukemia. This is the incredible story of one of the biggest scorers that ever lived, the story of the greatest American basketball player, Americans never heard of. Running time: 1:17:00.

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