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FICC Jury awards prize at Krakow Film Festival
The FICC Jury at the 52nd Krakow Film Festival awarded the Don Quixote Prize to the short fiction film Tuba Atlantic directed by Hallvar Witzø (Norway),
The jury of Veit Geldner (Germany), Sankar Kumar Pal (India), Szymon Stemplewski (Poland) commended the film, ‘which is not a black comedy but a magical surrealistic trip around what’s really essential for us: are we able to keep fighting, able to trust, to forgive, to listen to each other?
is going to die one day. Oskar (70) is going to die in 6 days. He is now ready
to forgive his brother for a disagreement years ago. Will he reach his brother,
who he believes live on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, before it is too
Country: Norway, 2011
Runtime: 25 mins
Directed by: Hallvar Witzø
Written by: Linn-Jeanethe Kyed
Cinematography by: Karl Eric Brøndbo
Music by: Nils Økland
Editting by: Vesa Happonen
Cast: Terje Rangnes, Edvard Hægstad, Ingrid Viken
Produced by: Den norske filmskolen
Krakow Film Festival is one of the oldest film events dedicated to documentary, animated and short fiction films in Europe. Duringthe seven days of the festival, approximately 250 films from of Polish and world cinema are screened.
Each year Krakow Film Festival hosts about 500 Polish and international guests: directors, producers, film festival programmers and a large local audience.