SEFF '16 on Tour - post-festival screening in Stargard 5.11




Another presentation of the most interesting SEFF '16 competition productions, this time in Stargard on Saturday (November 11th at 6:00 PM), at The Basement of the Stargard’s Friends Society. The program features films that showcase the latest trends in European and Polish documentary cinema. Below is the list of the moving, surprising, and thought-provoking films to be screened for you:




1. "Goran the Camel Man" – Marcin Lesisz, PL 2016


The Award of the President of Szczecin.

For an extraordinarily sensitive tale about a modern nomad. For a moving relationship between man and nature. For harmony between photography and editing, and for an unexpected adventure presented to the receiver.



2. "Make Music, Not War" – Denys Kushnarov, Oles Seredytskyi, UA, 2015


Official SEFF '16 selection.

 An intriguing short musical documentary, where an orchestra plays solemnly while shocking footage of post-war ruins appear on screen.



3. "Koniec spania" - Ryszard Ferenc, PL 2016


Winner of the West Pomerania Shorts '16 final.



4. "The Deal" - Ewa Smyk, UK/PL, 2015


Official SEFF '16 selection.

A short animated story about arranging marriages in the 1950s and 60s set in the eastern Polish borderland.


5. "War Scarred Berlin" - Roland Fuhrmann, DE, 2015


Official SEFF '16 selection.

It transpires that the echoes of the Second World War can still be heard in the streets of the German capital. In a very evocative way, using digital effects, the film shows how history influences present times.



6. "Lekcja patriotyzmu" - Filip Jacobson, DE/PL, 2016


Award for the most intriguing film of the Polish Competition, funded by the company AVID Poland.

For a consistent observation that was built with empathy. For a narrative that allows for an ambiguous interpretation of the Patriotic Song Contest.

The Award of Findling Landesverbandes Filmkommunikation M-V e.V. for the best Polish film from the European or Polish Competition.

Filip Jacobson’s film presents a competition of patriotic songs at a Polish primary school. Edited in a calm manner and filmed in black-and-white stylistics, it lets us be the observer of the performing kids, the proud parents, and the focused work of the event's jury.



7. "Rèsce la Lune" - Gloria Kurnik, Giulia Di Battista PL/IT 2016


The Award of the Marshal of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship for the most moving film.
For a discreet and extraordinary portrayal of the drama of an unhappy love that breaks the taboo of silence in the world of mature women.




8. "Sıra Dışı İnsanlar" - Orhan Tekeoğlu, TR/RU, 2015


Official SEFF '16 selection.

The people of the Black Sea region are different. The hard and unusual conditions of life are dictated by the wilderness. Existence is a real challenge that takes place between two vast spaces: the sea and the sky. The film takes us into the world of extraordinary people and picturesque locations.



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The project is co-financed by the City of Szczecin, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the Polish-German Foundation for Co-operation, the Polish Film Institute (PISF), the Marshal’s Office of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship.







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