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'In Limbo' (short doc)

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Three anonymous people reveal their emotional pain, loneliness and mental health struggles during the global pandemic of covid-19. Their thoughts and feelings are expressed through monologues written and narrated by them in different languages - English, Italian and Greek-Cypriot. We are let in their internal world as they reflect on a painful 2020.

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'WALLS' (short art film)

WALLS is a short art film that depicts the traumas we gather throughout our life and the attempt of cleansing ourselves from them with shallow practises, not realising that while we are only ‘cleaning’ the surface of our self the traumas that are deeply rooted within us are ‘screaming’ to be noticed. This is a piece for the individuals who do not belong anywhere and for those who want to flee their circumstances. For those who want to break the walls around them to be freed.  Human beings have an inherent need to connect with others and feel a sense of belonging. However, there are instances when individuals find themselves detached, alienated, or rejected by the social groups they encounter. As the poet Kavafis wrote in his poem Walls , “Without consideration, without pity, without shame they have built great and high walls around me.” This experience of not belonging can be disheartening, leaving one with a profound sense of isolation. Yet, in the face of adversity, not belonging can serve as a catalyst for self-discovery and personal growth. By embracing one's individuality, challenging conventional norms, and cultivating empathy, individuals can navigate the paradox of not belonging and contribute to a more diverse, inclusive, and accepting society. 

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