Cinema

TiSFF – Day 7 / FOCUS ON POLAND

Thessaloniki International Short Film Festival

15 Oct - 31 Oct 16:00

Duration

165’

Seats

UNLIMITED

Venue

ONLINE

Maria is not Alive

Martyna Majewska, Poland
30′

Maria is dead, but she is alive. She committed suicide but remains in her living body for some days. How did she kill herself? She’s looking for cause, observes the world without her. Preparations for the funeral, autopsy, disinfection in flat in progress. She’s invited to a party for the dead ones. Family is disgust that she’s alive since she died. They think she lived and died badly. Maria wants to interrupt own funeral. Starts to believe that she’s dead, although feels like she’s not.

 

Dreams of Lonely People

Marek Leszczewski, Poland
24′

After twenty years, the man returns to his family home. There, he establishes a relationship with the figure of magical world of nature.

 

The Last Whistle

Karol Lindholm, Poland
30′

A searingly hot summer. A lone caravan on a beach not far from a small seaside town. Two brothers devoting their time to swimming training in the sea. This is going to be a unique holiday for the younger one. His father is preparing him to tackle a very long-distance swim. Will he succeed in overcoming his fear and fulfilling his father’s ambitions?

 

Into the Night

Kamila Tarabura, Poland
25′30”

Krysia, a teenage girl, leaves her home for the first time in a week. Her mother’s invited her to a party. She doesn’t want to be there, but she always does what others tell her to do. At the party, she runs into Majka. The two girls slip away and set off on a journey that takes on a dizzying pace. The emotionally wounded Majka tests how far she can go with her sexuality, while Krysia does everything she can to guess her secret. Will the new friendship heal Krysia?

 

Rust

Rafal Malecki, Poland
30′

An intimate portrayal of an artist-welder. Mariola roams post-industrial areas with her faithful dog in search of scrap metal, which she uses in her artwork. During the welding process she creates terrifying sculptures of animals, androids and children affected by war. She fulfils her obsessive need to create art in spite of her painful hand condition. When the air quality in the city exceeds acceptable limits she, together with her family, travels to an uninhabited island, to wait out the difficult time in close contact with nature.

 

Beyond is the Day

Damian Kocur, Poland
25′30”

Somewhere in Europe, somewhere in Poland lives Pawel – a simple man working on a small river ferry close to his village. He spends most of his day taking the villagers to the other side of the river. Every day looks the same, but one day he notices somebody traversing the river by swimming. This person is Mohammad, an immigrant from Palestine. There is finally somebody Pawel can talk to.

 

 

 

 

 

TiSFF – Day 7 / FOCUS ON POLAND
15 Oct - 31 Oct 16:00

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