En: A selection of short fiction films from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine. With free snacks and drinks during the break.
CAUCASUS / KAUKAZAS by Laurynas Bareisa (Lithuania, 2018, 14 min)
Tekle and her daughter Ema return from abroad to visit Dalia, Tekle's mother. Ema goes outside to walk her grandmother's dog. On realising that Ema went outside alone, Dalia starts searching for her. Dalia fears that something terrible might have happened to Ema.
ELA - SKETCHES ON A DEPARTURE / ELA - SZKICE NA POZEGNANIE by Oliver Adam Kusio (Germany, Poland, 2017, 26 min)
Ela lives in a small provincial town in Poland. Her daily life is stuck in a routine, balancing work and family. But Ela has a dream: like many young Polish people, she wants to escape the tristesse of the council estate and move West, to a better life.
GRADUATION `97 / VYPUSK '97 by Pavlo Ostrikov (Ukraine, 2017, 19 min)
Roman lives a lonely life in a provincial city and works as a technician. For the first time since graduation, Liuda, his ex-classmate, comes back to town. Nobody has heard anything from her for twenty years, but Roman is set on not losing her again.
HEIMAT by Emi Buchwald (Poland, 2017, 24 min)
Short fiction about five members of a rather peculiar family. They meet at the police station. Three grown-up children have to testify against a man who beat up their father.
NEPTUNE I NEPTUN by Adéla Babanová (Czech Republic, Germany, 2018, 38 min)
In 1964 there was a sensational discovery of secret Nazi documents, taken from the Black Lake in South of Bohemia. Years later they were revealed to be part of the communist propaganda campaign codenamed Neptune.
SÄDE by Rebeka Rummel (Estonia, 2017, 18 min)
Tristan is a single father in his thirties who has spent the past few years in prison for causing a house fire that seriously injured his little daughter. On the day of his release and return home, he aims to meet his 8-year-old daughter, whom he hasn't seen since the accident, and ask for her forgiveness.
THE TRUCK / KAMION by Michal Blasko, Adam Mach (Czech Republic, 2017, 9 min)
An abandoned truck sits along the highway, parked by a forest, outside the parking lot. The license plate is foreign. The driver did all he could to prepare for this special journey, but some unexpected events occurred along the way.
WARM COMEDY ABOUT DEPRESSION, MADNESS AND UNFULFILLED DREAMS by Michal Duris (Slovakia, 2017, 22 min)
The story of a family during its half-life of decay.
Fr: Une sélection des courts métrages de fiction de l'Estonie, la Lituanie, la Pologne, la République tchèque, la Slovaquie et l'Ukraine. Avec des snacks et boissons offerts pendant la pause.