7-11.12.2022 / Białystok

Eastward Window – programme II

Rozpoczęcie: 7 December 2013 13:30
Zakończenie: 7 December 2013 16:00
Bilety: Bezpłatne
Lokalizacja: Camera Cafe ,14/11 Lipowa St. ,Białystok

chinti (3)CHINTI, reż. Natalia Mirzoyan, Rosja, 2012, 15′
cinematography: Natalia Mirzoyan

The world of the little ant is limited to the river on the one side and the wall on another. His shore is like a trash dump, and daily routine of ant’s family seems unreasonable and boring.
Suddenly his life changes when he finds an entrance ticket with Taj-Mahal image on it.

boys wher are youGDZIE CI CHŁOPCY? / BOYS WHERE ARE YOU?, reż. Jelena Gavrilovic, Serbia, 2012, 11’15”
cinematography: Ivan Marković

Even though she still doesn’t know what the right thing to do is, Lena has made a decision.

pandy_1PANDY/PANDAS, reż. Matus Vizar, Słowacja/Czechy, 2013, 12’
cinematography: Matúš Vizár

After millions of generations they had a good chance of becoming another extinct species. But one day, an all too active primate called the human being found them and they became a pawn in man’s game.

nuclear_waste_05ODPADY NUKLEARLNE / NUCLEAR WASTE, reż. Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy, Ukraina, 2012, 24’
cinematography: Dmytro Sannikov

Sergiy and Sveta live in Chernobyl. Sergiy is a truck-driver at a radioactive wastes utilization plant. Sveta works at a radioactive decontamination laundry. Their work and their life are dictated by one unchangeable rhythm with clockwork precision. But what sets this mechanism in motion – day by day?

RĘCE PRECZ OD BŁĘKITNEJ PLANETYRĘCE PRECZ OD BŁĘKITNEJ PLANETY / HANDS OFF THE BLUE GLOBE, reż. Žygimantas Kudirka, Litwa, 2013, 4’30”
cinematography: Žygimantas Kudirka

Ingenious, humorous animated video to the music of the Vilnus hip-hop artist – MC Mesijus

CROSSROADS (3)ROZDROŻA /CROSSROADS, reż. Zurab Demetreshvili, Gruzja, 2013, 17’
cinematography: Irakli Akhalkaci

Little boy trying to prove to his father that he is an adult already.

Wooden_People_3[1]DREWNIANY NARÓD / WOODEN PEOPLE, reż. Victor Asliuk, Białoruś, 2012, 27’
cinematography: Ivan Hancharuk

Mikalaj is an old man and the only inhabitant of a village in the biggest forest of Europe, Belavezhskaya Pushcha. This place was teeming with life once, but since then all the other people have either left for the city or died. What depresses Mikalaj is not merely solitude. It is very hard for him to deal with the utter lifestyle and mentality. So he resurrected his country folk. He made hundreds of wooden figures representing all possible kinds of farm work and all the stages of human life. His small characters work, love, marry, give birth, divorce, drink and die. The tiny society has even a nuclear bomb…

 

DARY CZARNEGO KRUKA (2)DARY CZARNEGO KRUKA / THE GIFTS OF THE BLACK RAVEN, reż. Stepan Biryukov, Rosja, 2012, 10′
cinematography: Stepan Biryukov, Alexey Pochivalov

Gocha is always cheerful and welcoming to his friends. What is a pitty is that sometimes there is nothing to offer. Once his visitors turn out to be birds with their King Raven and the host decides to do his best to please the guests…

pride (2)DUMA / PRIDE, reż. Pavel G Vesnakov, Bułgaria, 2013, 30’ , fabuła
cinematography: Orin Ruevski

Manol – a retired general, a loving grandfather – is a patriarch of firm morals and fixed beliefs, which he has upheld in his household. But on this day he learns that the boy he raised is gay. The life choices of his loved ones challenge his values in a battle he has lost by default.

running time: 152