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Competition Whole Wide World set II

Rozpoczęcie: 6 December 2018 19:45
Zakończenie: 6 December 2018 22:15
Lokalizacja: Forum Cinema

Competition Whole Wide World set II

We have the pleasure of inviting you to a competition screening within the ŻUBROFFKA Festival

Whole Wide World set II

December 6th, 2018, 7:45 PM
Forum Cinema, 5 Legionowa Street
age rating: 18+

free entry

Screening schedule:
El aire delgado/The thin air, dir./reż. Pablo Giles, Mexico/Meksyk 2018, 30’
Selfies, dir./reż. Claudius Gentinetta, Switzerland/Szwajcaria 2018, 4’
Rewind Forward, dir./reż. Justin Stoneham, Szwajcaria/Switzerland 2017, 23’46”
Airport, dir./reż. Michaela Müller, Switzerland, Croatia /Szwajcaria, Chorwacja 2017, 11’
L’été et tout le reste/The summer and all the rest, dir./reż. Sven Bresser, Netherlands/Holandia 2018, 17’57”
To Plant a Flag, dir./reż. Bobbie Peers, Norway, Iceland/Norwegia, Islandia 2018, 21’

Airport
director: Michaela Müller
director of photography: Michaela Müller
music: Hrvoje Štefotić
Switzerland, Croatia 2017, 10’35”

In a modern-day airport, the flow of passengers is broken by sudden irregularities.

El aire delgado/The thin air
director: Pablo Giles
director of photography: Sebastián González
music: Daniel Ritter
Mexico 2018, 30’

Sonia and Mateo embark on a road trip; their excuse is that they are planning to mend the cracks in their relationship. Crossing the highway – and on an emotional rollercoaster – they will find out if there is more friction and aggression in the world surrounding them or rather deep within them both.

L’été et tout le reste/The summer and all the rest
director: Sven Bresser
director of photography: Sam du Pon
music: Tess van der Velde
Netherlands 2018, 17’57”

When at the end of summer the last ferries carrying tourists leave and most of young Marc-Antoine’s friends have left for the mainland to study or work, he and his friend Mickael remain behind on the deserted island. Mickael plans to leave, but is Marc-Antoine also able to escape his solidified routine?

Rewind Forward
director: Justin Stoneham
director of photography: Andi Widmer
music: Heidi Happy
Switzerland 2017, 23’46”

Justin’s past catches up with him when he discovers his father’s VHS recordings and sees his mother as he’s never seen her before – young and healthy. When Justin was four, a brain stroke left her partially paralysed and unable to speak. With his father dead, his mother – still sharp and witty although struggling to communicate with the help of a computer – is the only person he can turn to for answers as he decides to confront his family’s misfortunes.

Selfies
director: Claudius Gentinetta
director of photography: Claudius Gentinetta
music: Peter Bräker
Switzerland 2018, 4’

In a veritable firework display of digital self-portraits, hundreds of quaint, embarrassing and dreadfully disturbing selfies are arranged in a unique short film composition. Single photos, artistically reworked, consolidate to form a ghastly grin that outshines the abyss of human existence.

To Plant a Flag
director: Bobbie Peers
director of photography: Jakob Ingimundarson
Norway, Iceland 2018, 21’

In preparation for the Moon landing in 1969, NASA sends a team of astronaut to the lunar landscapes of Iceland. Their hi-tech training mission soon discovers what obstacles one can meet when facing an Icelandic sheep farmer.