Development

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TENK Å IKKE HA NOEN Å KRANGLE MED

Sjanger: Dokumentarfilm

Regissør: Tora Kyllingstad

Klipp: Selim Mutic

Produksjonsselskap: Isme Film

Støttet av: Vestnorsk Filmsenter

 

Ekteparet Kari og Røyne har reist til steder verken du eller jeg har vært, men eventyret de har begitt seg ut på nå er helt ny - den siste reisen inn i alderdommen. TENK Å IKKE HA NOEN Å KRANGLE MED er en varm film om den hverdagslige kjærligheten mellom gamle mennesker, mot et bakteppe av snikende sykdom og frykt for døden. Hva skjer når verden snevres inn til husets fire vegger? 

INTO THE LAND OF ICE AND FIRE

Genre: Documentary film (90 minutes)

Director: Dimitra Zirou

Production company: Bad Crowd/Isme Film

Composers: Peder Niilas Tårnesvik and Kajsa Balto

Supported by: Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation, Creative Europe, The Norwegian Art Council

 

Two parallel stories are gradually unfolding the everyday life of two very different persons - that of 86-year-old Sara and 7-year-old Mihka - both residing in Guovdageaidnu - Kautokeino, in the middle of the Norwegian arctic tundra, through the drastic change of the arctic seasons and the passage from the long winter’s darkness to the never-ending light of the summer season.

THE STRANGERS´ CEMETERY

Genre:  Documentary (52 minutes)

Director:  Anders Palm Olesen

Producers: Upstruct Story/Isme Film

THE STRANGERS´ CEMETERY is a story about a Lebanese village where cancer spreads from toxic river water while government authorities put blame on refugees living along the river banks. It's a documentary film about nature, community and death. With support from Fritt Ord, AniDox, Filmværkstedet.

WHEN THE WIND BECOMES SILENT

Genre: Documentary film

(52 minutes)

Director: Mateusz Golebiewski

Production company: ZK Studio/Isme Film

Supported by: PTV (Poland), Olympic Commitee of Poland, Embassy of Poland (Oslo), Hamar Municipality

 

An amazing story of Norwegian Polish athletic rivalry. A model example of fair play gesture on the background of Europe during cold war time.