Saturday 17.11, 19.30 in cinema Sõprus
Rits Erasmus Hogeschool
Director: Pieter-Jan Depue
Cast: Sidndey Kenedy de Lima Ferreira, Antonio de Oliveira Pereira, Eran De Vlam, Celestes De Vlam, Jan Haegens, Claudio Graisman, Koedn Dejaeger
Producer: Rits Erasmus Hogeschool
It is a creative documentary about a research for water in a society built on lines and line structures. Two people are standing in the middle of a desert, they are looking for water. Time is getting scarce. Speed. In what way can lines play a role in increasing speed?
Pieter-Jan Depue graduated Erasmus School Departement Rits and got Master in the Audiovisual Art. He has been doing several photo-reports, about Palestinian family near the ex-settlement Netzarim in Gaza and also he has done a report about the occupation of the Palestian cities on the Westbank during the Israeli military operation „Defending Shield”. Now he is working with feature film „Galloping Mind” by Wim Vandekeybus (in production). He is a directing assistent.
experimental animation, 5’
Director: Karl Tebbe
Cinematographer: Sören Lang, Matheus Rocha
Producer: Marjorie Bendeck
At the age of 14, Karl Tebbe badly wanted to be able to dance like Michael Jackson. Now, 22 years later, stop-motion animation has allowed him to finally fulfill his lifelong dream.
Karl Tebbe was born in 1970 in Dortmund, Germany. He was an exchange student in the USA and then studied Arabic at the Aint Schams University in Cairo, Egypt. He obtained an MA in Applied Theatre Science at Giessen University, Germany in 1996 and has acted in various performance theatre pieces in Germany Tunisia and Jordan. Karl is currently a cinematography student at the Universitty of Applied Sciences in Dortmund and attended the International Film School in Cuba in 2002 as part of an exchange program.
PIECE OF HEAVEN
Radio & TV Department of Krzysztof Kieslowski’s name, University of Silesia
Director: Kuba Czekaj
Cinematographer: Adam Palenta
Cast: Malgorzata Galkowska, Emilia Stachurska, Artur Barcis, Lidia Duda, Ewa Dalkowska
Producer: Radio & TV Department of K. Kieslowski’s name, University of Silesia in Katowice
A Polnish hospitium – a pallliative care centre. A mirror disappears, morphine gets lost. Basia is a nurse in this hospitium. She is fighting against the growing hopelessness of her patients. Their wishes are a trick to disappear, to find a piece of heaven.
Kuba Czekaj was born in 198 in Wroclaw, Poland. Attended (for a year) Film & TV School in Wroclaw. Student of directing at the Radio & TV Department of Krzysztof Kieslowski’s name, University of Silesia in Katowice.
Poland, UK 2006
London Film School
Director: Rafal Kapelinski
Cinematographer: Pawel Dyllus
Cast: Marta Chodorowska, Andrzej Szewczak
Producer: Rafal Kapelinski, Piotr Ledwig, Lukasz Nowak
Katowice, Poland, 1982. The communist government has imposed Martial Law to crush the Solidarity movement. Against this backdrop, a teenager falls in love for the first time.
Rafal Kapelinski was born in Torun, Poland. He graduated from Nicholas Copernicus University in Torun with a focus on American and English Literature. He is also a graduate of the Master of Business Administration program at the University of Washington in Seattle, USA, and has trained at the London Film School. He is based in London, England.
Korean Academy of Film Arts
Director: Lee Hae-young
Animator: Yun Young-min
Producer: Kim Tae-young
Cheo-yong wakes up from a sweet dream to a small sound. He finds the leg of a strange woman before his very eyes. While facing the woman’s leg, the doorbell rangs and he desperately tries to hide the leg.
Lee Hae-young was born in 1981 in Suwon, Kyunggido in South Korea. 2000–2005 he studied in Yonsei University in Department of Human Enviroment and Design. In 2007 Lee Hae-young graduated Korean Academy of Film Arts.