Sarajevo Cocktail Film Contest 2012
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The film reflects a technocratic world of the Bulbs factory, where people work as mechanically as the equipment.
In sterile room of the Mental Hospital, there are four people. Amar, the youngest patient is closed in his own world and the only way out is his drawing.
Da vam nacrtam / Let me draw it for you
Disappearing Old World is a documentary about an expedition to one of the most dangerous African rivers – the River Omo. Rafting down the river, the members of the expeditions were passing tribal territories of the Body, Bata, Bume, and others. Some members already visited Ethiopia for the third time; therefore, they could compare the changes in the life of the tribes, who had led a primitive way of life just a few decades ago. In addition, the documentary shows the part of Ethiopia that will disappear under the surface of a new dam lake in a couple of years.
Disappearing Old World
Document presents a portrait of Pavel Ballo as a father and a husband, who loves his family; nevertheless, he is left all alone as his children have grown up and his wife has left for abroad to work there. That is the reason why he returns to his marmots. The portrait of Pavel Ballo includes his waiting for several days in extreme conditions in the Žiar Valley, where marmots are supposed to dig out of their burrows. While waiting, Pavel Ballo is threatened by not only cold weather and bears but also by dangerous avalanches, which are common in this area at this time of year. Pavel Ballo takes all the risks although he can´t be sure whether his marmots have survived the cruel winter.
An affair coming to an end... In his head he's against all the world. In his head, at least he's not completely alone. Everything, in his head...
IN THE HEIGHT OF THE SPACE RACE IN THE 80'S, BRITISH GOVERNMENT WAS PREPARING FOR A POSSIBLE ALIEN ENCOUNTER. THE FOOTAGE YOU ARE ABOUT TO SEEN WAS DISCOVERED IN THE BBC VAULTS.
The clip of the Hungarian rocksteady band called The Mighty Fishers, which shows the city of Budapest from a different point of view. https://www.facebook.com/mightyfishers
The Mighty Fishers - Where Are You?
Documentary Cinema World tells us story of one of the last village cinemas in Slovakia. Real life stories and memories of local villagers give us a look into history of this cinema and show us its importance. Not only has the viewer an oportunity to be a witness of the cinema"s celebration in the memories of people, but he can also witness the closure of this cultural village temple. Even though the cinema was a significant part of the village for over half of the century, villagers will have to give it their last goodbye. The trigger in this scenario is the digitalization of cinemas in Slovakia. Village Očová decided not to take a part in this action. Unfortunatelly, this means sending their cinema straight to execution. Will the last goodbye carry the smell of sadness or pride? That is the question.
Monday Session (Budapest – ami a képeslapokról kimaradt) Zenés hangulatfilm egy baráti társaságról, deszkázásról, szalonnasütésről, kellemes hétfői napokról. Rendezte: Gyetvai Katalin DOP: Gyetvai Zsuzsa, Gyetvai Katalin, Hal Bandi, Maresz-Kis S Edited by: Videoanita (facebook.com/Videoanita)
Monday Session (Budapest – ami a képeslapokról kimaradt)
Do not call it destiny. A meeting between two unusual characters. A man lost in the desert, who is dying. A loneliness and tired Repaer, with backache. An unlucky day... a stupid gesture... will kill a good person.
Tempo reinvent the time-space and transform the action of city life through movement and rates, sound and pictures. Tempo is adagio, allegro and presto. Tempo is noise and calm, hustle and quiet, peace and fast. Tempo are footsteps, rain and escalators.
"Tóth Kína Hegyfalu is the Budapest, Hungary based duo of Kinga Toth and Gergely Normal. The pair has a strong performance art bent, with Gergely’s sparse, often minimalist instrumentation serving as counterpoint and complement to Kinga’s poetry, which takes the form of aggressive growls, and wails. Gergely also contributes the artwork for the releases, which also reflect the ever present themes of alienation and violence. Tollasbál represents a fervent desire to capture the disruptively awkward and often unsettling feel of an art house performance. Standing in contrast to most of the record, “it hurts (kapar)” forcefully prods the listener into an uncomfortable state with thick slices of noise and distorted vocals, rather than leading them there via teases and the occasional backhanded threat. It’s a sludgy oil slick of guitar that’s definitely not easy listening, though it is rewarding in its own very specific and slightly sadomasochistic way." 30.01.2012 Written by Luke Carrell (www.internationaltapes.com) http://www.internationaltapes.com/reviews/toth-kina-hegyfalu-it-hurts-kapar/