Deeply in love with life, Fellini lived his own while constantly searching for its meaning. On the occasion of the centenary of his birth (January 20, 1920), this documentary investigates in depth his passion for what he defined as “mystery” – the esoteric and the invisible world – in his tireless search for other possibilities, other dimensions, other trips; and of everything that feeds the flight of the spirit and the mind. These themes, which permeate his filmography, were the subject of his personal research.
Ten-year-old Jovan was born with partial brain paralysis. Shy, self-aware but with few friends, his preferred place to flee is his own imagination. There he imagines being a superhero who is not limited by his body. His life takes a radical change when a new girl comes to his class: Milica. Shameless and with nothing to hide, Jovan doesn’t think twice about helping her father get rid of his new girlfriend.
A light in the dark
At just 14 years old, Marta Borrell traveled to Mozambique and attended classes in its schools to try to understand how she can improve education in countries with high levels of poverty. In 2017 he presented his conclusions at the UN. Now, a documentary collects that experience. The feature film includes interviews with personalities who dedicate their lives to improving education, such as Federico Mayor Zaragoza (former President of Unesco and President of the Culture of Peace Foundation and Honorary Member of the Academy of Peace), Jaime Saavedra (director from the Education Department of the World Bank), Bayo Olotu (director of the Chrome & Android Programs at Google, the most influential Nigerian in Silicon Valley) and Ndaba Mandela, among others.