There Be Dragons
Advanced technologies propel cities to seemingly move on their own. This film is an experimental reflection on the automation, and alienation, underlying the city of Doha—one of the world’s wealthiest capitals. This visual amble through the streets reveals an automated, quirky, and alternative side to the city.
5° Festival ECRÃ
data e hora
duração em min
Première Latina 5° Festival ECRÃ
L / Free for all audiences / Livre Para Todos Os Públicos
art house, documentário, sci-fi
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Suzannah Mirghani is a writer, researcher, and independent filmmaker. She is a media studies and museum studies graduate and publishes creative and scholarly work on a variety of cultural issues. Mixed race Sudanese and Russian, she is most interested in stories that examine the complexity of identity. Suzannah is the writer, director, and producer of AL-SIT (2020), Grand Prix winner at the 2021 Tampere Film Festival (Academy Award qualifying) and Canal+ Award winner at the 2021 Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival. Her previous shorts include Caravan (2016) and Hind’s Dream (2014).