"Someone small" is an emotional fragmentary film that digs into a legacy of loneliness to try to understand different choices of life & to allow oneself to long away from loneliness.

Through structures and norms, men have formed an unsustainable society. "Things Are Changing" is questioning masculinity and raise a collective voice. Together with layers of dirt, war cry and images that are repeated, a change is created. It's happening now, this is a revolution!

“Hi Grandpa” is a playful and honest documentary about identity and a family secret.

She swam under the water, it was easier than being among expectations and social norms, norms that were difficult for here to follow. The water embraced her and became a sanctuary, underneath the surface, she could be free.

An autobiographical film about wanting to disappear. The film sheds light on the difficulties of not fitting into social norms. About the never-ending urge to run away, to disappear into the woods and never come back.

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