Cinema Total 4
Focus: Hungary, Austria, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia
From February 12 to 16, 2011 at Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (.CHB) the event-series Cinema Total will be opening its doors to producers, directors and actors during Berlinale. Cinema Total’s Fourth Edition (CT4) is calling film professionals from Hungary and all its neighbouring countries to participate in unique events and to meet German and other international producers. The programme of CT4 consists of the Sunday’s Brunch, the Filmpolitical Round Table, True Stories event, Books at Sundown event, the Pitch Stop, the Cottbus Lounge and the Opening and Closing Party. Slovakia will participate at the following programme:
TRUE STORIES - Screenwriting in Eastern Europe
True Stories is an event that examines the current state of writing for the screen, using examples of films from the region. Last year’s participants included Florin Serban (winner of the Silver Bear 2010 for If I Want to Whistle I Whistle) and Jasmila Zbanić (winner of the Golden Bear in 2006 for Grbavica). ScripTeast is a partner of the event, it will take place on Monday, February 14, at 15:00.
Slovak participant: Zuzana Liová (more information about the new film by Zuzana Liová The House here)
Pitch Stop is a new and original format, an alternative pitch session, which has more in common with project case studies than classical pitch competitions. The event will take place on Wednesday, February 16, at 15:00.
Director: Lukáš Hanulák
Producer: Lukáš Hanulák / BigBangCreative
Antichrist Reborn is a thought about human suffering. It is based on the novel Piargy by a Slovak author František Švantner (1921 - 1950) and tries to answer three main questions of life: What is suffering? Why is it present in the world? What approach to take towards dealing with it?
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SCREENING OF THE BORDER FOR THE GUESTS OF THE EVENT
As a start of the day, there will be film screened from each participating coutries to open the event. Slovakia will be represented by the National nomination for the Best Foreign Language Film for the Oscar The Border by Jaroslav Vojtek, 2009.
13. 2. - Sunday - 10:30 - Collegium Hungaricum
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