Love in the Age of the Virtual

Curated by Super! Festival of Films Made by Teenagers


6 SEPT | 16:00

Museum of the romanian Peasant


What goes as love in the age of the virtual, when everything turns into numbers? Images, feelings and sensations are blurring away. Stories of contemporary witches, rebellious ballerinas, superheroes, sea inhabitants and bubble gum appear. These 12 short films have been carefully selected by teenagers for a teenager audience, but not only. Ioana Bogdana and Eva Todica from Super - Festival invite you to an exploration of movement with meaning. 

L-DNA 2.1

03:16, Germany, 2018

D: Veruschka Bohn & Christian Graupner

Veruschka's zero gravity performance melts with Humatic's cinematografic movement generation evolving into unique living organisms, which resemble DNA helix structured deep sea inhabitants.

T.I.A. (THIS is Africa)

07:16, France/ Cayman Islands, 2015

D: Matthieu Maunier-Rossi

Aïpeur Foundou is a congolese dancer and choreographer. Amidst some popular areas of Brazzaville, he shows us one possible way to freedom.



09:07, United States, 2019

R: Ryan Renshaw

Finding the existence of our life as a Bubble. Water, soap and Air.


10:27, France, 2019

D: Margot Clavel

When the witch is banished from her village, she finds shelter in the devil’s forest.



07:10, France, 2019

D: Kevin Gay

Never Twenty One is an experimental documentary between dance and a social fable. In the the street of the Bronx and Manhattan, Smail Kanoute dance for telling the stories of the people.


03:22, Belgium, 2018

D: Gaspar Chabaud

The Little red riding hood’s tale told on stage, under the spotlight and through the rythm of Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovski’s music.


03:49, Germany, 2019

D: Michael Binz

C: Constanze Schulte

At night, the only one who will dance with you will be loneliness.


12:24, Netherlands, 2019

D: Catherina Iosifidis

During her dance class Stella does everything in her power to get the solo part but due to her insecurity she quickly loses touch with reality.


06:45, United States, 2018

D: Alvaro Congosto

Inspired by female "superheroes" Lara Croft and Nadia Comaneci, LADIA is an experimental dance film where pain, exhaustion and will power become part of a female solo fight/dance.


04:00, Australia, 2018

D: Ryan Renshaw

C: Jack Lister

Made famous by his spoon-bending theatrics, magician Uri Geller was unable to ever successfully bend a fork. Both the convex and concave complexity of the bent spoon is explored as a reflection of the duplicitous ambiguity of Geller; the fine line between artist and conman in a post-truth world. Well, something like that. 


13:11, Germany, 2019

D: Kenji Ouellet

Young ballet dancers comment their training with quotes from known personalities ranging from Kim Kardashian to Mikhail Baryschnikov. Taking the body politics and the fate of children in ballet as starting point, the film raises issues going beyond the dance world.

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01:53, United States, 2018

D: Dana Sink

An exploration of movement and meaning.