European Film Competition VI

BIG BOOOM (Big Booom)

Russia / 2016 / 4 min 12 sec

Director: Marat Narimanov

Contacts: tmutarakansk@gmail.com

Everything begins from the very start. Our world is no exception.

The greatest theory of evolution told in just 4 minutes.

 

AURORA (Aurora)

Germany / 2017 / 24 min 15 sec

Director: Philip Escobar Jung

Producer: Maximilian Plettau

Contacts: philipescobar@yahoo.com

1979. Aurora, a small girl in the Bavarian Alps, undertakes a mountain trip with her beloved father Valentin to watch a shooting stars spectacle. Aurora wants to photograph the shooting stars to show it to her distanced mother Sylvia. But up in the Alps, something unexpected happens...

 

CLOSED (Clos)

Switzerland / 2016 / 3 min 45 sec

Directors: Anthony Rodriguez, Céline Nuara, Igor Neiman

Producer: Stefan Milenkovic

Contacts: info@ceruleum.ch

A postman regularly brings a strange box in a mysterious house.

One day, too curious, he decides to enter the house… at his own risk!

 

THE CULTURE CULTIVATOR (Kulturysta)

Poland / 2016 / 17 min 56 sec

Director: Anna Urbanczyk

Producer: Andrzej Kowalczyk

Contact: michal.hudzikowski@us.edu.pl

Daniel paints street art on barns and houses in his native village of Kurówko. He travels home again to prepare a new art installation. To successfully pull off this latest project, he must confront the stagnation of rural life and isolation of the local residents.

 

 

FINE (Dobro)

Bosnia-Herzegovina / 2016 / 15 min

Director: Marta Hernaiz

Contacts: cinevendaval@gmail.com

Because a plate of Gulash tastes better with company" Mira, a Romany woman, decides to sit and rest at the front entrance of Selma’s house. Selma notices her and gets annoyed by this situation. She will try everything to kick Mira out, but she will refuse by only answering her with the word “goo”.

 

 

ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WERE TWO BALLERINAS (Volt egyszer két balerina)

Hungary / 2016 / 25 min

Director: Linda Dombrovszky

Contacts: dombrovszky@gmail.com

You have to look for what is to be loved…then our soul is in peace – this is the confession of the Kolozs-twins, who are 95 years old now.

The sometime world-famous ballerinas survived most of the historical tragedies of the 20th century.