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INTERNATIONAL DAWN CHORUS DAY
On International Dawn Chorus Day (May 3, 2020), birds from six continents join a Zoom call, where they gossip about storms, cats, wires, dates and two Egyptian activists.
UNDER THE LEMON TREE (تحت شجرة الليمون)
Under the shade of a lemon tree, a Palestinian woman, Khaldieh, prepares herself a humble breakfast, remembering her former life and lost homeland with an assemblage of simple elements.
BUG FARM
Four women in Central Florida establish a unique bond while working with crickets, superworms and roaches on an insect farm in the rural town of LaBelle.
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INVISIBLE MONSTERS AND TOMATO SOUP
A batch of mushy sourdough. Two radioactive lizards. Three cans of Campbell’s tomato soup. When COVID-19 lockdowns began in 2020, people around the world began reporting more vivid dreams.
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A NIGHT AT THE OPERA
Filmmaker Sergei Loznitsa revisits the Palais Garnier of the 1950s and 1960s, reviving the era when kings and queens, celebrities and heads of state ascended the stairs to worship the art of opera.
THE BROTHER (LE FRÈRE)
Suffering from an illness that causes body paralysis, Kais dreams he is the hero of his favorite anime, along with his brothers, Fehd the bodybuilder and Zaïd the ninja.
GOLDEN AGE KARATE
Teen karate pro Jeff Wall teaches senior citizens self-defense at a local nursing home, giving them the tools to feel in control, connected and cared for.
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Q&A - SHORTS PROGRAM 1
Watch a special conversation with Noor Fawzi Alasswad (UNDER THE LEMON TREE), Rachel Barth (GOLDEN AGE KARATE), Jérémie Battaglia (THE BROTHER), Lydia Cornett (BUG FARM), Marcie LaCerte (INVISIBLE MONSTERS AND TOMATO SOUP) moderated by AFI Festivals Program Manager Eric Moore.
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On International Dawn Chorus Day (May 3, 2020), birds from six continents join a Zoom call, where they gossip about storms, cats, wires, dates and two Egyptian activists.

  • Year
    2021
  • Runtime
    15 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    Canada
  • Premiere
    USA
  • Director
    John Greyson
  • Screenwriter
    John Greyson
  • Producer
    John Greyson
  • Executive Producer
    Shant Joshi
  • Cast
    Shady Habash, Sarah Hegazi
  • Cinematographer
    40 contributors
  • Editor
    Kalil Haddad
  • Music
    Everett Major