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INVENTING TOMORROW
INVENTING TOMORROW

Follow teen scientists from Indonesia, India, Mexico and Hawaii who have been selected to present possible solutions to environmental crises in their hometowns at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). INVENTING TOMORROW immerses the audience in a global view of the planetary crisis through the eyes of the generation that will be affected by it most.

THE UNSEEN
THE UNSEEN

Daniela Horníčková led blind children from Jaroslav Ježek School in Prague to capture their surroundings on still, film cameras. The children took pictures of things they knew by touch at school, on field trips, at home or in their dormitory. Director Miroslav Janek combines observational shooting with an expressionist editing style without any tiresome "facts" or omniscient voice-overs. Janek's observations reveal that these children are anything but disabled. CZECH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES

ONE GIRL
ONE GIRL

In the coziness of our Western world, we easily forget how lucky we are that we have the possibility to choose our own destiny. Many people, especially women, are not afforded this opportunity and must overcome huge obstacles in order to enjoy decent lives. The film follows four young girls for one day and celebrates the magic of little things. ENGLISH / ROMANIAN / ARABIC / FINNISH / ACHOLI WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES

INVENTING TOMORROW
INVENTING TOMORROW

Follow teen scientists from Indonesia, India, Mexico and Hawaii who have been selected to present possible solutions to environmental crises in their hometowns at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). INVENTING TOMORROW immerses the audience in a global view of the planetary crisis through the eyes of the generation that will be affected by it most.

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