Christine Indermühle - 29'



Aysha and Michele are at the wall bars, climbing rope in hand. Kevin stands next to them, black socks against a dull blue floor, left hand in his pocket. We all start together on three. One, two, three. The camera frames the scene, directs the course of events, encourages active participation. It breaks things open, providing a space for the youth where they can develop in a different way, experiment, reposition themselves.


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Director not to present this film for Public, the Jury can award the film through private screening.

Christine Indermühle

Florine Leoni is a Swiss artist engaged in interdisciplinary projects at the intersection of art, film and education. Leoni’s artistic practice focuses on exploring and exposing the hidden structures and influences of social and psychological constructs, which are linked to spatial entities and are intricately interwoven with the web of human existence. Her work has been shown in numerous group and solo shows at national and international exhibition venues and film festivals. Leoni has received several awards for her artistic projects as well as various studio scholarships in Europe, America and Asia.