by Tonislav Hristov (2017) and Bernadett Tuza-Ritter’s A Woman Captured (2018).
is a first time feature length film by , telling the a story of a family coping with the daily trauma of living in the front-line war-zone of Donbas and facing down hardship with remarkable resilience. Anna and her children are making a film together about their life in the most surreal surroundings.
follows the dramatic change in the life of Enache family which is chased out from the wilderness of the Bucharest’s Delta and forced to adapt to the big city. Fishing rods are replaced by smartphones, idle afternoons are now spent in classrooms, and family links are hard to maintain. With their roots in the wilderness, the nine children and their parents need to keep their family united in the concrete jungle.
tells the story of a once prosperous Venezuelan village which is now decaying and disintegrating, its inhabitants having to deal with the gradual disappearance of their home as the lake – Latin America’s largest oil field – is slowly turning into a swamp. A small but prophetic reflection of Venezuela itself.
an intensive of editing and project development aiming for picture lock in to tutor throughout the and on the cut from and