Belgium / Portugal / Hungary / Moldova 2020, 20 min, Russian and Romanian, Hebrew & English subtitles

“So I did something bad, who hasn’t?” asks the uncle, and for a moment, it’s unclear how something like this could happen here, in this picturesque, idyllic village, in this magical house surrounded by greenery and filled with the song of elderly aunts. The film won the Golden Bear award at the Berlinale.

Previous Festivals: Berlinale, Hot Docs, Go Short Int. Short Film Festival (Audience Award), Krakow Film Festival, Friss Hús Budapest Short Film Festival, Norwegian Short Film Festival, 37th Kurzfilm Festival Hamburg (Deframed Prize), Flanders Audiovisual Fund (WildCard Award)

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Screening Schedule:
  • Sat 03.07 | 14:30 | Venue Cinematheque 2
  • Mon 05.07 | 18:00 | Venue Webinars | Short Films Panel: Making Short Docs in the Festival and Digital World moderated by Nir Ferber
  • Fri 09.07 | 12:00 | Venue Cinematheque 5
  • Watch online | The film will be available from July 1st until July 31st

Meet the Filmmakers

  • Short Films Panel: Making Short Docs in the Festival and Digital World moderated by Nir Ferber

    Mon 05.07 at 18:00

Olga Lucovnicova is a Moldovan documentary filmmaker based in Belgium. In 2020 she graduated from DocNomads EMJMD in Documentary Filmmaking with her film Nanu Tudor (2020), awarded with the Golden Bear at Berlinale 71st Edition. Her filming style combines observational cinema with poetic elements.

Production Company: DocNomads

Source: DocNomads

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