International Festival Signs of the Night - Paris
Festival internatinal Signes de nuit - Paris

20e Festival international Signes de Nuit - Paris / 1-10 octobre 2022



October 1st, 2022- 7 pm
Fondation Hellénique - Cité universitaire
47b, Bd Jourdan, 75014 Paris


Sugar People

Shekerni luge

Suzana Dinevsk
Macedonia / 2021 / 0:24:305

Can one accidental meeting at a street light cause several worlds to collide? Elena, a young HIV positive woman meets Fillip, a young man at an intersection in the city of Skopje. Their strong feelings for each other makes their limited time together longing for more and leads to revealing more about themselves than they normally would, since both believe they will never see one another again.





Aslak Danbolt
Norway / 2021 / 15:00

It’s Christmas Eve, and Synnøve is searching for her drug-addicted daughter Michelle in an almost desolated city. (Synnøve and Michelle are mother and daughter in real life and play versions of themselves in a story that is very close to their own lives..




Jan-David Bolt
Switzerland / 2021 / 0:07:00

Oscar's late. In the surrounding skyscrapers hands are shaken and contracts are signed. That's the last thing he needs right now. Where do these damned snails come from?






Ivan Vynarchyk
Ukraine / 2021 / 0:19:05

A young woman is going through a complicated crisis in her life. She is haunted by anxious memories reminding her that she has not fully dealt with her past which partially comes to the surface filling the present. After an unsuccessful and desperate attempt to find an easy way out of a dead end, she considers it as a sign to rethink and start to accept herself. She starts a new journey trying to face the truth, experiencing another emotional shock.


Eat a Swede


Daniel Hallberg
Sweden / 2021 / 0:18:35

Would you eat human for humanity? By 2050, the global population will be 10 billion. How can we produce food without wrecking the planet? The aim of the campaign was to highlight this question, and Sweden’s answer. In the film Eat a Swede, viewers follow Erik Karlsson, a Swedish scientist with a controversial business idea: to produce and sell lab-grown human meat to feed our planet. But you know what, why eat a Swede, when you can eat Swedish.