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“We are One” A Global Film Festival will stream 100 movies in 10 days

When the whole world is going through the Corona Virus Pandemic, international film festivals have joined together virtually with “We Are One” A Global Film Festival to stream movies online starting from today. This is going to be 10 days Festival and it will stream 100 movies for free. It will include world and North American movie premiere.

During this 10-day film festival, Cinema lovers from across the world can access We Are One: A Global Film Festival online. This unique and first of its kind festival will feature over 100 films co-curated by 21 leading festivals, in addition to talks, VR content, and musical performances. This digital festival, produced and organized by Tribeca Enterprises and YouTube, comprises two Indian features and shorts that have been chosen by the Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival. Films will stream at youtube.com/WeAreOne.

The Indian Films that are going to be a feature in this festival will be Arun Karthick’s Nasir, Prateek Vats’ Eeb Allay Ooo! Atul Mongia’s Awake (fiction, short) and Shaan Vyas’ Natkhat (fiction, short). Smriti Kiran, artistic director of Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival, reacted regarding the selection, “Eeb Allay Ooo!, Natkhat, Nasir, and Awake represent urgent, relevant and diverse aspects of India and the world. We Are One is a milestone endeavor for us to stand in solidarity with the global film community and an incredible opportunity and platform to put some of our best new cinematic voices out in the world.”

Here are the details of the feature film schedule:


"Eeb Allay Ooo" (India: 2019) — In New Delhi a young migrant gets a job shooing away monkeys, despite being terrified of them (May 30).

"Mary is Happy, Mary is Happy" (Thailand: 2013) — A fantasy about the peripatetic imaginary life of a Thai teenager (June 3).

"Late Marriage" (France/Israel: 2001) — A handsome Ph.D. student is marketed by his family as an eligible bachelor, while he hides his affair with a Moroccan divorcée (May 30).

"Tremble All You Want" (Japan: 2017) — A young woman with an "imaginary" boyfriend suddenly finds herself with a real-life one (June 5).

"Adela Has Not Had Supper Yet" (1978) — A Czech fantasy-detective story featuring a man-eating plant. Animations by Jan Švankmajer (June 6).


"Crazy World" (2014) — From the Ugandan film studio Wakaliwood, specialists in exploitation fare, comes this martial arts extravaganza about child-kidnappers coming up against diminutive kung fu experts (May 29).


"Nasir" (India/Netherlands: 2020) — An observational tale of a Muslim salesman in a majority-Hindu city in southern India (June 6).

"Electric Swan" (Argentina/France/Greece: 2019) — A dream-like vision of a Buenos Aires in which a moving apartment building sickens the populace (Mary 29).

"Shiraz: A Romance of India" (1928, restored 2018) – A landmark silent epic about the love story that inspired the building of the Taj Mahal (June 2).

"Sisterhood" (Macau: 2016) – A story of friendship and secrets uncovered decades later (June 2).

"Ticket of No Return" (Germany: 1979) — Tabea Blumenschein stars in Ulrike Ottinger's flamboyant tale of a woman who travels to Berlin with one purpose: to drink (June 1).

"Beyond The Mountain" (Mexico: 2018) – A young man whose mother is found dead searches for the father who abandoned them both (June 2).

"Volubilis" (France/Morocco/Qatar: 2017) – A young married couple's life is turned upside-down by an act of violence (June 3).

"Wrath of Silence" (China: 2017) — A father, mute, enters an underworld of corruption when his son goes missing in this thriller from Xin Yukun (June 4).

"Ice Cream and the Sound of Raindrops" (Japan: 2017) — "The show must go on," as a theater troupe rehearses even after opening night is canceled, and real life and fiction begins to blur (June 4).

"Amreeka" (Canada/Kuwait: 2009) — A Palestinian single mother and her teenage son encounter racism after emigrating to a small town in Illinois (June 5).

"SEE Factory Sarajevo mon amour" (2019) — An anthology of stories about motherhood set in Sarajevo (June 5).

"Air Conditioner" (Angola: 2020) — In this surreal tale a security guard investigator the mystery of falling air conditioners (June 6). 

"A City Called Macau" (China: 2019) — High-stakes melodrama involving a casino broker and VIP clients in Macau's gambling underworld (June 6).



"Dantza" (2018) — A Basque musical that evokes the history, culture and myths of northern Spain (June 4).


"Dantza" (2018) — A Basque musical that evokes the history, culture and myths of northern Spain (June 4).


"Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records" (2018) — Director Nicolas Jack Davies looks at the influence of reggae and ska in Briain in the late 1960s and early '70s (May 29).

"Mugaritz B.S.O." (2011) — San Sebastian chef Andoni Luis Aduriz and musician Felipe Ugarte embark on a multimedia project, turning a restaurant menu into a musical experience (May 30).

"Love Chapter 2" — This record of choreographer Sharon Eyal's award-winning 2017 presentation explores the concepts of social isolation and solitude in today's world (that is, a world before pandemic). Music by DJ Ori Lichtik (May 30).

"Ricky Powell: The Individualist" (2020) — The street photographer captured the downtown New York scene in the 1980s and '90s (May 30). 

"Kmêdeus" (2020) — A mystical exploration of Cape Verde, featuring dancer António Tavares (June 3).

"Los Pasos Dobles" (2011) — Isaki Lacuesta reimagines the life of painter François Augiéras (June 5).


Archived talks with filmmakers are featured, including Steven Soderbergh's entertaining interview of Francis Ford Coppola about his career, and the making and restoration of "Apocalypse Now," from the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival (June 2). Also: Sundance panels with Jackie Chan (May 29) and Jane Campion (May 31);  Guillermo del Toro, from the Marrakech International Film Festival (May 31); Diego Luna, from the Guadalajara International Film Festival (June 1); Ang Lee and Kore-eda Hirokazu, from the Berlin International Film Festival (June 5); Viggo Mortensen & David Cronenberg, from the Toronto International Film Festival (June 6); and John Waters from the Locarno Film Festival (June 7)

Though the access to the festival is free, audiences will be able to donate to COVID-19 relief efforts through a donate button or link on every film page.

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