The competitive fiction program of the 8th Short Movie Club Film Festival “NEFILTRAVANAE KINO”.
There is non-fiction in any fiction. If we say that the voice of the author is the voice of culture. It would seem that the narrativeness of fiction cinema got its finished shapes quite a long time ago. On the one hand, the program includes the most striking but classic films in terms of form (“FREE FALL” by Emmanuel TENENBAUMk, “PRINCESS OF JERUSALEM” by Guillaume Levil, Nicolas Paban). As well as films that show the diversity and flexibility of the form (“LONG LIVE PEOPLE!” by Nicolás Torres Payán), its evolution and contemporaneity (“MOM’S CAT” by Annabella Schnabel). However, this does not remove the agenda of conventionality in cinema, the problem of its monologism (“WORK IT CLASS!” by Pol Diggler).
The total length of the films is 84 minutes.
CINEMA THEATRE “VOKA CINEMA”
Emmanuel TENENBAUMk (France, 19 min)
Tom is a young trader in a London bank, whose recent performance has put his job on the line. When the first plane hits the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11th 2001, Tom jumps into the biggest trade of his life. Inspired by a true story. < Website >
PRINCESS OF JERUSALEM
Guillaume Levil, Nicolas Paban (France, 26 min)
Working at the office during the day, taking care of his father at night: Peter is a simple and endearing bachelor, and this is his routine. For the past few weeks, he has been chatting online with a young woman. One day, she asks for his help.
Annabella Schnabel (Hungary, 18 min)
Felix, a thirty-something Furry is still living with his mother. His life changes dramatically when he gets his dream job, which leads him to leave his mother and fulfill his weird coming of age dramedy.
LONG LIVE PEOPLE!
Nicolás Torres Payán (Mexico, 13 min)
A child and his magical donkey help to restore the broken order in a village.
WORK IT CLASS!
Pol Diggler (Spain, 8 min)
During a fancy New Year’s Eve party, two dancers will try to mock the upper class audience by changing the song of their performance. The most unusual battle is about to start.
“WORK IT CLASS!” is the last of the Fergaht’s “Meta-trilogy”. This short film is “a game” between the creators, the festivals and the audience.
Artificial Intelligence Program
Human Dignity (East-West)
WINNERS OF THE VIII NEFILTRAVANAE KINO
Women in Cinema
All programs, including schedules and programs from previous years:
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6th edition | 2020 | Programmes
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