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    47TH KYIV IFF "MOLODIST" -  27.05 - 03.06.18.

Full-length Films

Full-length Films

повнометражні ігрові дебюти (тривалістю більше 60 хвилин). Переможців обирає міжнародне журі з 5-7 професіоналів і видатних особистостей кіно та культури.

Switzerland, France
2016
Fiction
91’
Director - Tobias Nölle; Screenplay - Tobias Nölle; Camera - Simon Guy Fässler; Editing - Tobias Nölle, Myriam Flury; Production design - Su Erdt; Music - Tom Huber, Beat Jegen; Producer - Christian Davi, Christof Neracher, Thomas Thümena
Georg Friedrich, Kamil Krejci, Tilde von Overbeck, Yufei Li

The eccentric private detective Aloys Adorn films and observes the lives of others with his camera. After the death of his father he gets drunk, falls asleep on a bus and wakes up only to discover the loss of his camera and surveillance tapes Shortly thereafter a mysterious woman calls and blackmails him into agreeing to an obscure experiment. Aloys falls in love with the voice on the other end and must muster his strength to finally break through his loneliness.

Slovakia, Czechia
2015
Fiction
106’
Director - Marko Škop; Screenplay - Marko Škop; Camera - Ján Meliš; Editing - František Krähenbiel, Marina Andree Škop; Producer - Marko Škop, Ján Meliš
Emília Vášáryová, Milan Ondrík, Anikó Vargová, Žofia Martišová

The story of a woman fighting for her son. Many years ago she abandoned him for her career. Now she is coming out of rehab determined to rectify something for which she has lacked the courage for years. Supposedly everyone deserves a second chance. The question is whether it isn’t too late…

Bulgaria, Denmark, France
2016
Fiction
99’
Director - Ralitza Petrova; Screenplay - Ralitza Petrova; Camera - Krum Rodriguez, Chayse Irvin; Editing - Donka Ivanova, Ralitza Petrova; Production design - Vanina Geleva; Music - Momchil Bozhkov; Producer - Rossitsa Valkanova
Irena Ivanova, Ivan Nalbantov, Ventzislav Konstantinov, Alexandr Triffonov, Dimitar Petkov

Gana traffics the ID cards of demented patients on the black market of identity theft. Driven by easy cash and an addiction to morphine, she struggles to keep tabs on her emotional void and a growing fear of punishment. A growing empathy for the old man unlocks her drugged-up conscience, and she is ready for change. But when he is arrested for fraud, she learns that doing “the right thing” comes at a high price.

Denmark, Iceland
2016
Fiction
129’
Director - Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson; Screenplay - Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson; Camera - Sturla Brandth Grøvlen; Editing - Anne Østerud, Janus Billeskov Jansen; Production design - Hulda Helgadóttir; Music - Kristian Selin, Eidnes Andersen; Producer - Anton Máni Svansson, Lise Orheim Stender, Jesper Morthorst, Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson
Baldur Einarsson, Blær Hinriksson, Diljá Valsdóttir, Katla Njálsdóttir

A remote fishing village in Iceland. Teenage boys Thor and Christian experience a turbulent summer as one tries to win the heart of a girl while the other discovers new feelings toward his best friend. When summer ends and the harsh nature of Iceland takes back its rights, it’s time to leave the playground and face adulthood.

Kyrgyzstan
2015
Fiction
81’
Director - Mirlan Abdykalykov; Screenplay - Mirlan Abdykalykov; Camera - Talant Akynbekov; Editing - Murat Ajiev, Eldiar Madakim; Producer - Sadyk Sher-Niyaz
Tabyldy Aktanov, Jibek Baktybekova, Taalaikan Abazova, Anar Nazarkulova, Jenish Kangeldiev

A family of nomads lives in the high remote mountains of Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia: elderly herdsman Tabyldy, his wife Karachach, their daughter-in-law Shaiyr and their 7-year-old granddaughter Umsunai. The family breed horses and life goes on as normal amidst the beautiful scenery of the mountain gorge. But another resident of the area appears in their life, meteorologist Ermek, whose weather station is located near to the family's home...

Tunisia, Belgium, France
2016
Fiction
88’
Director - Mohamed Ben Attia; Screenplay - Mohamed Ben Attia; Camera - Frédéric Noirhomme; Editing - Azza Chaabouni, Ghalya Lacroix, Hafedh Laaridhi; Production design - Mohamed Denguezli; Music - Omar Aloulou
Majd Mastoura, Rym Ben Messaoud, Sabah Bouzouita, Hakim Boumessoudi

Young Tunisian Hedi lives an ordered life in which he believes there can be no more surprises. His future will play out as other people have planned. But then something happens that nobody would ever have expected: he meets a young woman named Rim and falls in love with her. She wants to make a go of it abroad. But will Hedi also have the courage to escape his inner and outer prisons? 

Belgium, Switzerland, France
2015
Fiction
95’
Director - Guillaume Senez; Screenplay - Guillaume Senez, David Lambert; Camera - Denis Jutzeler; Editing - Julie Brenta; Production design - Florin Dima; Music - Eric Ghersinu; Producer - Isabelle Truc, Bart Van Langendonck, Elisa Garbar, Fabrice Préel-Cléach
Kacey Mottet Klein, Galatea Bellugi, Catherine Salée, Laetitia Dosch, Sam Louwyck

Maxime and Mélanie love one another. Awkwardly and tenderly, they explore their sexuality together. When Mélanie finds out she is pregnant, Maxime takes it badly, but gradually comes to terms with the idea of becoming a father and so persuades Mélanie to keep the baby. So now it’s decided: at all of fifteen years of age, Maxime and Mélanie are going to be parents.

Israel
2016
Fiction
87’
Director - Elite Zexer; Screenplay - Elite Zexer; Camera - Shai Peleg; Editing - Ronit Porat; Production design - Nir Adler; Music - Ran Bagno; Producer - Haim Mecklberg, Estee Yacov-Mecklberg
Lamis Ammar, Ruba Blal-Asfour, Haitam Omari, Khadija Alakel, Jalal Masarwa

Jalila finds herself in the awkward position of hosting her husband Suliman’s marriage to a second, much younger wife. During the celebration she stumbles across her elder daughter Layla’s involvement with a boy from her university. Burying the indignity of Suliman and his new bride living the next door, Jalila tries to contain Layla’s situation by clamping down on her. But Layla sees a different role for herself.

Poland
2016
Fiction
123’
Director - Jan P. Matuszyński; Screenplay - Robert Bolesto; Camera - Kacper Fertacz; Editing - Przemysław Chruścielewski; Production design - Jagna Janicka; Music - Atanas Valkov; Producer - Leszek Bodzak, Aneta Hickinbotham
Andrzej Seweryn, Dawid Ogrodnik, Aleksandra Konieczna, Andrzej Chyra

Zdzisław Beksiński is a Polish surrealist painter famous for his eerie post-apocalyptic works. His neurotic and suicidal son Tomasz is a cult radio DJ and translator. His wife Zofia is a devoted Catholic, who endures these two eccentrics and glues the family together. As the parents try to prevent their son from hurting himself, their lives are defined by painting, a series of near-death experiences, funerals and changing trends in dance music.

Spain
2016
Fiction
84’
Director - Marina Seresesky; Screenplay - Marina Seresesky; Camera - Roberto Fernández; Editing - Raúl de Torres; Music - Mariano Marin; Producer - Álvaro Lavín, José Alberto Sánchez
Carmen Machi, Terele Pávez, Asier Etxeandía, Lucía Balas, Paco Tous

Rosa is a prostitute who inherited the profession from Antonia, her mother, who thinks she is Sara Montiel and turns her daily life into a hell. Rosa does not know how to be happy. She just cannot. But the unexpected arrival of a new member to her particular (and absurd) family will give her a unique opportunity to achieve happiness.

France
2016
Fiction
82’
Director - Zoran Boukherma, Ludovic Boukherma, Marielle Gautier, Hugo P. Thomas; Screenplay - Zoran Boukherma, Ludovic Boukherma, Marielle Gautier, Hugo P. Thomas; Camera - Thomas Rames; Editing - Xavier Sirven, Héloïse Pelloquet; Music - Hugo P. Thomas; Producer - Pierre-Louis Garnon, Frédéric Jouve
Noémie Lvovsky, Daniel Vannet, Romain Léger

When his twin brother dies, 50-year-old Willy finally decides to leave his parents' home. He moves to a small nearby town to start afresh. “In Caudebec I'll live. An apartment, I'll have one. And friends too. And you can all go to hell!” Though a misfit, Willy tries to find his place in a world unknown.

Denmark, France, Sweden, Afghanistan
2016
Fiction
86’
Director - Shahrbanoo Sadat; Screenplay - Shahrbanoo Sadat; Camera - Virginie Surdej; Editing - Alexandra Strauss; Music - Thomas Jæger; Producer - Katja Adomeit
Sediqa, Qodrat, Amina, Sahar

It portrays through shepherd children the society of Afghanistan, the community in a small rural village, their beliefs, traditions and stories. Local people believe in a Kashmir Wolf, who walks on two legs and is underneath all its fur a female, tall, green fairy, who takes the cruel with her up to the mountain.

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