Closed screening program for primary and high school students.
Bruce Lee And The Outlaw
Joost Vandebrug, UK, Netherlands, Czech Republic, 2018, 83′
Nicu, a young homeless boy, is adopted by Bruce Lee, the notorious “King of the Underworld” and goes to live with him in the tunnels underneath Bucharest. As Nicu grows up, he starts to realize that perhaps the King of the Underworld is not the perfect father, and has to make a choice between staying in Bruce’s gang, or living a ‘normal’ life above ground.
Festivals ZagrebDox 2019, Busan 2018
09.05 / 12.00 / Belgrade youth center
Minding the Gap
Bing Liu, US, 2018, 93′
“Minding the Gap” is one part skate film, one part deeply personal “Boyhood”-esque examination of the changing power of youth. Filmed in his hometown of Rockford, Illinois, what Liu first imagined as a high-energy document about skateboarding in his Rust Belt community ultimately became something much different.
Carl Javér, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, 2018, 98′
White lines on a dark stage evoke the scene of the 2011 attack that plunged Norway’s open and democratic society into a state of shock. Together with a group of young people, four survivors reconstruct their recollections of the massacre that took place at a youth camp on the island of Utøya. Carl Javér’s film quietly observes a space in which scenes are re-enacted and means of processing trauma and communicating personal experience are made visible.
Festivals Berlinale 2019, The Guldbagge Award 2018
13.05 / 12.00 / Belgrade youth center
Anna Eborn, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, 2019, 93’
Atmospherically shot on 16mm film, Transnistra is an intimate and vital account of love and friendship in a complex, contradictory world. Award-winning director Anna Eborn (Pine Ridge) intimately follows a group of young people as they move from a sweltering, carefree summer through an unforgiving winter in the self-proclaimed state of Transnistria, where the national flag still holds the hammer and sickle..