Silence on the set!
These films juggle with cinema codes and measure their own power. Presenting a Russian cinematographic experiment as extreme in its devices as in the filming conditions (DAU. Degeneration); filming doubt about ubiquity in a Chilean feature-documentary (El otro); observing the world of dubbing in an Argentinian thriller (El prófugo); reproducing social media codes in a Chilean parody (La Verónica); discovering the meaning of life in a South Korean fiction (Lucky Chan-sil); staging one's own family history of suffering in war (The Earth Is Blue as an Orange); filming and laughing as a defense against death in Israel (The Death of Cinema and My Father Too); telling about how art can transform one's destiny (The Pencil): so many processes that prove that cinema is living matter. Long live cinema!