Short films submitted to the Thessaloniki Inter­national Film Festival’s “Spaces” project include Radu Jude’s A Fable. Photo: Handout Short films submitted to the Thessaloniki Inter­national Film Festival’s “Spaces” project include Radu Jude’s A Fable. Photo: Handout
Short films submitted to the Thessaloniki Inter­national Film Festival’s “Spaces” project include Radu Jude’s A Fable. Photo: Handout
Clarence Tsui
Opinion

Opinion

The Projector by Clarence Tsui

‘Isolation cinema’: filmmakers under lockdown explore big ideas in small spaces

  • Thessaloniki International Film Festival commissioned directors from around the world to make short films in conditions of confinement
  • Despite the limitations, or perhaps because of them, the resulting shorts explore the despair and hope brought on by the coronavirus pandemic

Short films submitted to the Thessaloniki Inter­national Film Festival’s “Spaces” project include Radu Jude’s A Fable. Photo: Handout Short films submitted to the Thessaloniki Inter­national Film Festival’s “Spaces” project include Radu Jude’s A Fable. Photo: Handout
Short films submitted to the Thessaloniki Inter­national Film Festival’s “Spaces” project include Radu Jude’s A Fable. Photo: Handout
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