The Main Program of the Festival includes eight films focused on the life of modern teenagers.
Friendship, love, family traditions and connections, the choice of one's path – that's the range of topics these films have in common. As usual, feature films and documentaries are juxtaposed in the program, and this year, the line between them is further blurred. Two films, the Russian The Kros and the Belgian Aya, may be called hybrids, combining the characteristics of both documentary and fiction films.
The Blue Girl docudrama incorporates some poignant, documentary-like moments. Similar ideas are reflected in two films in the Special Program – Unfriend, creating an experimental 'borderline reality,' and Give Me Liberty, brilliantly conveying a sense of 'captured reality.'