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The Surroundings

Length:

25 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

The Surroundings

Dialog language:

chinese

Synopsis:

In a society obsessed with economic development,a young man from a rural area is hired to take care of an old man living on a farm. The old man stands firmly on keeping his home, while the young man works hard to make a life for him and his girlfriend. However, the two are met with the harshness of a society that's leaving them behind. In the end, they become victims to a fate they did not choose.

Cast & crew

Director: Zhengfan Yang

Producer: Shengze Zhu

Distributor: Burn The Film Production House

Sales agent: Burn The Film Production House

Screenplay: Zhengfan Yang

Cinematographer: Zhengfan Yang

Editor: Zhengfan Yang

Sound design: Siya Huo

Music: NA

Art director: NA

Costume: NA

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes

Bideshi Photostudio

Length:

45 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Bideshi Photostudio

Dialog language:

english,bengali,german

Synopsis:

When wandering through rural Bangladesh with a camera in your hand the sentence „Bideshi…chobi, chobi…! – Stranger! Take a photo of me!” will soon be heard all around. An unbelievably delighted eagerness to be photographed is definitely there. When Kurt Hoerbst met and fell for the village Rudrapur and its dwellers in 2005 the idea for the project BIDESHI Photostudio was founded. People in Rudrapur live simple, agriculture and craftsmanship dominate everyday life.Family itself as the highest rated value in society, is nevertheless rarely preserved in a photograph as it would be in more western parts of the world… Technology and the arts simply are too far away or not affordable- up until… The project BIDESHI Photostudio, which started off in December 2008 after intense preparations and diligent planning by Austrian Kurt Hoerbst, first and foremost provided a welcome opportunity to earn money for the men of Rudrapur. The experienced bamboo and clay specialists constructed a simple but impressive building within a month’s work – by hand! The hut and the entire project were organised in cooperation with Dipshikha,a well-established organisation in Rudrapur. As a close neighbour to the Meti-School,which is well-renowned through various prizes in architecture, the daylight studio offered locals to be photographed professionally from the beginning of February 2009.A glass roof and light Sari-fabrics on the side walls created a soft ambience in combination with the clay ground and back wall. While project assistant Alexandra Grill took digital photos of the families, Kurt Hoerbst photographed the villagers analogue in a large format system. Single portraits in front of the even clay background of course had to be taken as well! The digital data was edited, printed and laminated the same and passed on to the curious models the next day. Surprised by their image (and often amused) they usually welcomed their photographs with great fascination.

Cast & crew

Director: Alexandra Grill & Kurt Hoerbst

Producer: Gernot Stadler

Distributor: Kurt Hoerbst

Sales agent: Kurt Hoerbst

Screenplay: Kurt Hoerbst

Cinematographer: Kurt Hoerbst

Editor: Kurt Hoerbst

Sound design: Julian Rubisch & Barbara Neunteufel

Music: Julian Rubisch & Barbara Neunteufel

Art director: Kurt Hoerbst

Costume: Kurt Hoerbst

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

This Way to Denmark Hill

Length:

50 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

This Way to Denmark Hill

Dialog language:

english

Synopsis:

Jo has a problem that needs to be solved. She phones John, a contract killer, and hires him to help her. Jo's only request is that the murder be done slow. What follows is the near meditative cruelty of torture...murder...death. IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2621832/

Cast & crew

Director: Davor Radic

Producer: Davor Radic

Distributor: The Hill Productions

Sales agent: Davor Radic

Screenplay: Davor Radic

Cinematographer: Davor Radic

Editor: Davor Radic

Sound design: Davor Radic

Music: Martin Nordblad

Art director: No one

Costume: John Smallbone Tizard

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes

Who looks after

Length:

54 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Quien te Cuida

Dialog language:

spanish

Synopsis:

Narda, a 28 year old student from Bolivia, leaves the country to conceal her pregnancy. Despite all difficulties she decides to continue her studies in the future. In order to fulfil her ambition and to support herself and her little daughter abroad, she finds employment providing care to an Argentinian old man. In the last days of his life she becomes the most caring and the closest person for him. Soon, however, Narda will have to make more of important decisions in her life and once again find her own place in the society.

Cast & crew

Director: Muriel Rébora

Producer: UNSAM

Distributor: -

Sales agent: -

Screenplay: Muriel Rébora

Cinematographer: Muriel Rébora

Editor: Muriel Rébora

Sound design: Juan Pablo Masquef Cutrin

Music: -

Art director: -

Costume: -

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes

Olga - voice of loneliness

Length:

40 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Olga - en liten film om ensamhet

Dialog language:

polish,swedish

Synopsis:

"If my mother was here she could have helped me..." Olga is an 90 years old lady. She lives in a house for elder people, longing for her son and missing her life. She longs for someone to talk to.

Cast & crew

Director: Beata Konar

Producer: Beata Konar

Distributor: Beata Konar

Sales agent: Beata Konar

Screenplay: Beata Konar

Cinematographer: Beata Konar

Editor: Beata Konar

Sound design: Beata Konar

Music: Klezmer

Art director: Miko Lazic

Costume: Olga

Technical & event information

Image format: 4:3

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

Drops of Smoke

Length:

21 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Gotas de Fumaça

Dialog language:

portuguese

Synopsis:

Bibi is a widow who lives with her ​​cat in a small apartment. At seventy, refugee in her own world just relates to her neighbors. Until decides to go out of the woodwork to help Juliet. They end up creating a relationship on the loneliness margins, identified in the common distress of waiting for death.

Cast & crew

Director: Ane Siderman

Producer: Accorde Filmes

Distributor: Accorde Filmes

Sales agent: Leonardo Machado

Screenplay: Leonardo Machado

Cinematographer: Alexandre Berra

Editor: Marcio Papel

Sound design: Duca Duarte

Music: Duca Duarte

Art director: Eduardo Antunes

Costume: -

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

Neon Folk Like Us in Twelve Scenes or Less

Length:

57 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Neon Folk Like Us in Twelve Scenes or Less

Dialog language:

english

Synopsis:

David lives a very mundane life. He sleeps, eats, shaves and collects cassette tapes. One day a peculiar cassette casing suddenly appears in his shelf. This stirs up his life in a haunting manner. Based on the album "Neon Folk Like Us" by Moulds Room the film is an observation of the strangeness of everyday life. IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1941610/

Cast & crew

Director: Davor Radic

Producer: Davor Radic

Distributor: The Hill Productions

Sales agent: Davor Radic

Screenplay: Davor Radic

Cinematographer: Davor Radic

Editor: Davor Radic

Sound design: No one

Music: No one

Art director: No one

Costume: David Eng

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes

Inhale Exhale

Length:

43 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Inhale Exhale

Dialog language:

russian

Synopsis:

This is usually where life begins and ends. We may have a peek at all its stages in a Latvian hospital. We get to know its patients, medical personnel, building layout and infrastructure as well as its atmosphere, heavily influenced by the hospital sounds and colours. A meeting place of people from different social strata, this is where friendships are formed and painful partings occur. The picture of a big hospital seems intimate and familiar, at the same time trying to capture the mystery of the place.

Cast & crew

Director: Jean Counet

Producer: Daniel De Valck, Pertti Veijalainen, Natalija Gnezdova

Distributor: Cobra Films

Sales agent: Cobra Films

Screenplay: Jean Counet, Natalija Gnezdova

Cinematographer: Kimmo Jaatinen

Editor: Mikko Sippola

Sound design: Kirsi Korhonen

Music: Tuukka Terho

Art director: -

Costume: -

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes

Made In Yugoslavia

Length:

95 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Made In Yugoslavia

Dialog language:

swedish,serbian

Synopsis:

The story begins with a suicide attempt by Petar Petrovic, a Serbian worker in Sweden. Peter plays the lottery for years and finally managed to win it and bought a house by the sea. Unfortunately, war broke out and his house was seized, as according to him, more than enough to convince him of suicide. Mara, his wife, by all means tries to convince him of the crazy ideas from neighbors and also conceal the true state of affairs. Through a sequence in the film we learn that the first of Petrovic, Savo, came to Sweden and that his call came to Peter and Braco. Initially, their work provided the Savo and they paid him a commission, of course, reduced, however, because the brothers, but as the years passed, each started their work. Peter Mara opened the pizzeria, bakery Braco, while Savo left the shady dealings and often borrowed money from Peter to bring back the debts. Unlike Peter, Braco was not in the mood for a loan, because he thought that gave him enough and that he came back everything they owe.

Cast & crew

Director: Miko Lazic

Producer: Daniella Prah and Klara Björk

Distributor: Scanbox

Sales agent: Despot Film

Screenplay: Miko Lazic

Cinematographer: Radoslav Radic

Editor: Almir Kenovic

Sound design: Daniel Saxlid

Music: Mario Adamson

Art director: Milenko Jeremic

Costume: Marina Vukasovic-Medenica

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

Decision Factor

Length:

60 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Decision Factor

Dialog language:

english

Synopsis:

Tatiana, as a new immigrant, is just about to start her trouble-free life in Canada, when her past involves her into a serious decision. Mobsters blackmail her to carry out an assassination. Will she do what she is forced to? Can anybody help her? And the timeless question: what about love? The film reveals all the answers with alternative ending.

Cast & crew

Director: John Varszegi

Producer: HTVBC Film Studio

Distributor: amazon.com

Sales agent: amazon.com

Screenplay: Randall Sawka

Cinematographer: Jan Molnar

Editor: John Varszegi

Sound design: Hong Meng

Music: Digital Orchestra Studio

Art director: Thomas Gravelly

Costume: Brigitta Keller

Technical & event information

Image format: 4:3

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes