Online at from November 16 to December 20 and in Milan, [Box] videoart project space from December 16 to 2

Milan [Box] videoart project space, Via F. Confalonieri 11, 20124 Milano (Italy)

What can I do with me (56′): screening program on from November 16, December 2

« Ow ! I’m twisting my wrists, I feel like a perfect idiot
I don’t know what to do, but what can I do with me
I don’t know what to do, but what can I do with that »

Unknown Hand (3’19 – 2021) / Saul Pankhurst (England)
An individual reflects on the inevitability of change, how we know ourselves and how we wish to be known. This film discusses the impact of degenerative illness on one’s sense of Identity and Authenticity, asserting an individual’s right to approach a major change in their health in a way that remains true to them. 

<Hello world/> (8’38 – 2020) / Oleksandr Isaienko (Ukraine)
Current instability of climate system impacts ice cores and rises global sea level, as well as changes human life. At the same time only data code of intelligent machines remains constant in the modern geography.

From the Heart (14’14 – 2020) / Anni Puolakka (Finland)
Inside a sleeping human, Toxoplasma Gondii communicates. The parasite tells stories about its journey to the heart and a fatal encounter with a fetus. Toxoplasma gets excited when the human wakes and starts moving. Its life is one tour of intimacy. The human has dreams about moments with a baby, but the parasite has incorporated into her for a lifetime. Content warning: miscarriage.

For Creation (7’22 – 2021) / Deborah Louise Kelly (Australia)
A myriad of complexity, glittering canvases enveloping the material and sensitivity, combining playful proposal, ardent queerness, elegance and tribute.

Man to Man to Destiny (2’02 – 2021) / Peter Naništa (Slovakia)
The short film describes the natural finding of identity and the essence of a positive relationship with oneself.

Ada, or (16′ – 2022) / Tijana Mamula (Serbia/Italia)
This is a film about: a photo that never got developed; two books I haven’t read; the desert; the river; a screenplay; some dreams.


Listening to the big clock (55’46): a screening program available 24/24H, from November 16 to December 20

« The earth turns, 
The moon turns
The plane, in the sky, turns 
The seabirds turn 
While I am wondering 
Listening to the big clock, 
The clock of time 
That marks the cadence 
Of the years » (ML)

They lie, we lie (1’02 – 2021) / Łukasz Horbów (Poland)
When I am done, when I say that I know everything that is happening in the world, about the political, climate, economic, ecological crisis, etc., I mean it. When I tell you all this, don’t tell me if I am right or wrong, if you agree with me or not, if it is true or not. I don’t know yet where or how, but I’m going to run away. 

Umbras (16’10 – 2021) / Fabian Volti (Italy)
It is a missed coincidence, a step in and out of time, between archive footage and fleeting encounters of a father and son, guardians of a time that is still repeated.

Mom (3’37 – 2022) / Mehdi Maleki (Iran)
A mother gets crazy, waiting for her son to return from the war. She sits by the window every day and she talks to the imagination of her son. Years pass and nobody return. 

Events Meant to Be Forgotten (6′ – 2020) / Marko Tadic (Croatia)
Filmed in 16mm, this visual expression is rooted in archival footage and inspired by a poem by Hans Magnus Enzensberger about the people the world has forgotten.

Timeless (14’09 – 2021) / c999 (Italy)
The movie is inspired by the life of a little-known character in the history of Italian music: Emanuele Muzio. disciple of Giuseppe Verdi, who was a composer and orchestra director. In this short film his true role in the history of humanity is revealed.

Maris B653 (20’25 – 2021) / Debora Vrizzi (Italy)
Over time, I have come to understand the distance between my view of the world and the view of my family that I have left here. Sometimes I perceive such a distance that I imagine myself exploring a new planet, as if I were an astronaut.