KLEX, a grassroots artists/volunteers-organised festival, lures you away from mainstream films to dabble in experimental filmography. Expect short films and videos from Colombia, Spain, Russia, Hong Kong, Canada, Japan and Thailand. Here's what showing:
Phone Call From Cairo
Made from shots in Cairo one year before the Tahrir rebellion using a small photo camera.
A clip depicting how you have to learn to love your parents even before knowing them.
The clip explores the idea of complete chaos caused by various tragedies and the question of how to face it.
Themed around the question of whether citizens should just remain passive in order to ensure stability.
This work focuses on whether a religion’s emphasis on morality led to the creation of shame and guilt over freedom of the subject.
A showcase of how the nature of reality is really blunt, straightforward and intense.
A clip which documents the fighter’s perspective in submission wrestling.
A Ripe Volcano
The film revolves around how terror, fear and trauma cause Bangkok to become a site of mental eruption.