Imagined Futures Shorts

Screening & Q&A with Larissa Sansour

Tue 4 July 2017, 6.30pm
Barbican Centre

Film ·

Submarine directed by Mounia Akl, part of Imagined Futures Shorts

Submarine directed by Mounia Akl, part of Imagined Futures Shorts

Details

Tue 4 July 2017, 6.30pm
Total running time 94 mins
Screening and Q&A with Nation Estate director Larissa Sansour

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£10.80 – £13.50
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Shorts from the region’s most exciting new voices present a rich mix of sci-fi, animation and drama spliced with humour, charm and prescience.

Mare Nostrum

Directors Anas Khalaf, Rana Kazkaz
Syria/France, 2016 (13 mins)

Capturing the dilemmas lived by many on the Mediterranean shores, directors Rana Kazkaz and Anas Khalaf reflect a Syrian parent’s choices to save his daughter in Mare Nostrum.

Silence

Director Chadi Aoun
Lebanon, 2016 (15 mins)

Chadi Aoun’s award-wininng animation Silence exposes the secret codes of silent creative resistance in the authoritarian darkness of a dysfunctional society.

Selma

Director Batoul Bennazzou
Algeria – France, 2014 (35 mins)

Selma and her mother both struggle with their life decisions and futures in Batoul Benazzou’s subtly observed drama Selma.

Nation Estate

Director Larissa Sansour
Palestine – Denmark, 2012 (10 mins)

In Nation Estate Multi-disciplinary artist Larissa Sansour offers a dystopian, humorous and vertical solution to Palestinian statehood: one colossal skyscraper housing the entire Palestinian population, now finally living the high life.

Submarine

Director Mounia Akl
Lebanon, 2016 (21 mins)

In Mounia Akl’s Submarine, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival 2016, wild child Hala stubbornly refuses to evacuate her derelict house when the garbage crisis in Lebanon causes her whole village to flee.

Shubbak’s film programme is presented in partnership with the Arab Fund for Art and Culture – AFAC and the Barbican, with additional support from Al Mawred Al Thaqafy, British Council and Molinare.