These films subvert the idea of established norms, favouring the fluency of non-conformity and futuristic visions. Be carried away by awe-inspiring visuals and undeterminable landscapes that boast new depths of invention.
Pushing against repetition, this genre is accelerating into new forms, transforming the cinema into a multi-layered universe filled with unrecognisable characters and timelines. one of the most visceral and all-encompassing strands of the festival.
The Happiest Barrack is an experimental documentary, a chronicle of Noemi Varga’s grandmother’s life in Communist Hungary. It serves as a momento of times past and present. See it at ASFF 2017.
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1. Trailer for Noemi Varga’s The Happiest Barrack.