Events overview according to :

For Youth

Selected films:

- Bitch Hug, Andreas Öhman, Švedska
- For No Eyes Only, Tali Barde, Njemačka
- Galore, Rhys Graham, Australija
- Sitting Next to Zoe, Ivana Lalović, Švicarska
- We Are the Best, Lukas Moodysson, Švedska/Danska

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For Youth

  • galore

    Monday, 21. July in 22:00,


    | | 103 min | 2013


    DIRECTOR Rhys Graham
    SCREENPLAY Rhys Graham
    DOP Stefan Duscio
    EDITOR Andy Canny
    MUSIC Christopher O’Young, Flynn Wheeler

    CAST Ashleigh Cummings, Aliki Matangi, Lily Sullivan, Toby Wallace
    PRODUCER Philippa Campey
    PRODUCTION Galore Productions
    WORLD SALES Entertainment One

    It’s a sweltering summer before the final year of school and Billie and Laura share every secret except for Billie’s biggest secret – she’s crazy in love and sleeping with Laura’s boyfriend Danny. When Billie’s social worker mum takes Isaac into her care the delicate balance of the three friends’ lives is disrupted.

    Rhys Graham (1974) was born in Penang, Malaysia and raised in Canberra. He directed a number of acclaimed films including Love This Time (2005), for which he received a Special Jury Mention at the 2006 Berlin Film Festival. Rhys has been involved in a number of moving picture installations. He co-wrote the book Short Site: Recent Australian Short Film and his essays have been published widely. Films: The Turning (segment of omni- bus, 2013), Murundak: Songs of freedom (2011), Skin (2008), Words from the City (co-dir. Natasha Gadd, 2006).

  • fornoeyesonly_04-crop

    Tuesday, 22. July in 22:00,

    For No Eyes Only

    | | 97 min | 2013


    DIRECTOR Tali Barde
    DOP Louis Bürk
    MUSIC Marco Heibach, Philipp Seuthe

    CAST Benedict Sieverding, Luisa Gross, Tali Barde
    PRODUCER Tali Barde
    PRODUCTION Avalon Film
    WORLD SALES Tali Barde

    Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window set in 2013. Instead of looking through his backyard window Sam uses his computer for spying on his classmates by hacking their web cams. One day he witnesses something strange about the new boy in class named Aaron, which leads him to the conclusion that he just got on the track of a murder.

    Tali Barde was born 1990 in Bensberg, Germany. While attending high school he began to take interest in act- ing and filmmaking. After his graduation, he founded a film project group at his former school. In 2011 he began shooting his first feature For No Eyes Only. During the almost two-year-long production process he founded the production company Avalon Film.

  • sitting-next-to-zoe

    Wednesday, 23. July in 22:00,

    Sitting Next to Zoe

    | | 89 min | 2013


    DIRECTOR Ivana Lalović
    SCREENPLAY Stefanie Veith, Ivana Lalović
    DOP Filip Zumbrunn
    EDITOR Myriam Flury
    MUSIC Marcel Vaid
    SOUND Peter Bräker

    CAST Runa Greiner, Lea Bloch, Charlie Gustafsson

    PRODUCERS Olivier Zobrist, Anne- Catherine Lang
    PRODUCTION, WORLD SALES Langfilm/Bernard Lang AG
    CO-PRODUCTION Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, SRG SSR Teleclub AG

    Sitting Next to Zoe is a film about love, friendship and growing up. Asal and Zoe are best friends and spend their last summer together before their lives begin in earnest. Asal wants nothing more than to have a boyfriend and Zoe dreams of becoming a make-up artist. But in reality, things are very different: Zoe has to work in a grocery store for the summer, Asal will go to secondary school in the fall. The goal for their summer break is soon set: Asal has to lose her virginity, become a woman!

    Ivana Lalović (Sarajevo, 1982) in 1991, she moved to Switzerland. I Don’t Dream in German had its world premiere at the Biennale di Venezia in the section Corto Cortissimo and has been nominated for the Prix UIP twice. Sitting Next to Zoe is her first feature. She is currently writing the script for her second film.

  • we-are-the-best

    Thursday, 24. July in 22:00,

    We are the Best

    | , | 102 min | 2013


    DIRECTOR Lukas Moodysson
    SCREENPLAY Lukas Moodysson
    GRAPHIC NOVEL Coco Moodysson
    DOP Ulf Brantås
    EDITOR Michal Leszczylowski

    CAST David Dencik, Mira Barkhammar, Mira Grosin, Liv LeMoyne

    PRODUCER Lars Jönsson
    PRODUCTION Memfis Film
    CO-PRODUCTION Film I Väst, SVT, Zentropa
    WORLD SALES TrustNordisk

    Stockholm, in 1982. A film about Bobo, Klara and Hedvig – three 13-year-old girls who roam the streets. Who are brave and tough and strong and weak and confused and weird. Who have to start taking care of themselves way too early. Who heat fish fingers in the toaster when their mom is at the pub. Who start a punk band without any instruments, even though everybody says that punk is dead.

    Lukas Moodysson (Malmö, 1969) is a Swedish film director and writer. He also co-wrote the award-winning Swed- ish TV series The New Country (2000) and co-directed (with Stefan Jarl) the documentary Terrorists (2003). He has also published several books of poetry and a novel. Films: Fucking Åmål (1998), Together (2000), Lilya 4-Ever (2002), A Hole In My Heart (2004), Container (2006), Mammoth (2009).

  • bitch-hug

    Friday, 25. July in 22:00,

    Bitch Hug

    , | | 101 min | 2012


    DIRECTOR Andreas Öhman
    SCREENPLAY Andreas Öhman, Jonathan Sjöberg
    DOP Niklas Johansson, John Strandh, Johan Holmqvist
    EDITOR Andreas Öhman

    CAST Linda Molin, Fanny Ketter, Mathilda von Essen, Adam Lundgren, Antoni Norén, Almén Kristoffer Berglund, Fabian Fourén, Mats Qviström, Jacke Sjödin, Susanne Barklund, Jens Ohlin
    PRODUCER Bonnie Skoog Feeney
    PRODUCTION Filmlance International AB
    WORLD SALES Swedish Film Institute

    The bright and popular young student, Kristin, looks forward to leaving her small town for New York, the city of her dreams. She has agreed with the local daily newspaper that they will print the articles of her experiences. The graduation party goes wrong, however, and she misses her flight. She ends up in a house in the middle of nowhere with a weird girl, Andrea. Together they seek adventure on a virtual NY voyage which everybody can read about in the paper. Then reality knocks at the door.

    Andreas Öhman has won Sweden’s most important short film prize for My Life as a Trailer (2008), been nomi- nated for a Guldbagge with Simple Simon (2010) and short-listed for Best Foreign Film at the Oscars 2010, also with Simple Simon. Bitch Hug is his second feature.



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