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Film festival Molodist
Molodist Film Festival
The Molodist Film Festival is one of the largest film forums in Eastern Europe and annually presents young professional films. In 2021, Molodist celebrates its 50th anniversary!
The programme of the film festival will include up to 200 films in International and National Competitions. The festival will take place in a hybrid format, which provides offline and online activities.
You can buy tickets and festival passes for the festival under the link .
Austrian films at the festival
The schedule and locations of the screenings are available under the link.
Below you can find the information about the films.
Glassboy, Samuele Rossi, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, 2020, 90’
Pino is a child suffering from haemophilia and is animated by an unbridled desire for freedom and boundless courage: he decides to start his adventure in the world and to show everyone that he can live his life like a usual kid.
Quo Vadis Aida?
Quo Vadis Aida?, Jasmila Zbanic, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, Romania, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, France, Norway, Turkey, 2020, 101’
Aida is a translator for the UN in the small town of Srebrenica. When the Serbian army takes over the town, her family is among the thousands of citizens looking for shelter in the UN camp.
Retrospective of Kurt Kren “The Lord of the Frames”
Austrian director Kurt Kren made a significant contribution to the development of avant-garde cinema. The festival presents his 17 short films from the series "The Lord of the Frames".
Epicentro, Hubert Sauper, Austria, France, USA, 2020, 108’
“Epicentro” is an immersive and metaphorical portrait of post-colonial, ‘utopian’ Cuba, where the 1898 explosion of the USS Maine still resonates. This Big Bang ended Spanish colonial dominance in the Americas and ushered in the era of the American Empire. At the same time and place, a powerful tool of conquest was born: cinema as propaganda.