U subotu 7. prosinca u 19h KKZ će prikazati gostujući program Finno Ugric Film Festivala uz gostovanje Edine Csüllög, direktorice festivala

Festival se održava u estonskom selu Tsiistre, u kulturnom centru Sanna. Osim filmskog programa, na festivalu se održavaju filmske i glazbene radionice. Organizatori navode da je okupljanje zapravo ugodno druženje u šumi za cijelu obitelj sa zanimljivim aktivnostima. Za ugrofinske filmove kažu da su drugačiji na dobar način jer filmaši dolaze iz tradicionalne ugrofinske kulture i njihovo viđenje svijeta temelji se više na intuiciji nego na racionalnosti. Festival organizira Ugrofinska filmska fondacija (FUFF) koja promiče bavljenje filmskom umjetnošću kod ugorfinskih i ostalih starosjedilačkih naroda s ciljem očuvanja njihove kulture i jezika.

Na projekciji će gostovati Edine Csüllög, direktorice festivala i sama producentica redateljica i ugrofinska aktivistica. Uvodni razgovor s njom moderirat će Vedran Šuvar.

Na rasporedu su sljedeći filmovi:

Voyage from Pudozh to Paris (Matku Puudogaspäi Pariižassah), r. Maria Valeeva, 2019, 11 min, Karelia, Russia
Edukativni film na karelijanskom jeziku temeljen na povijesnim događajima kasnog 19. i ranog 20. st.

The Lake (Oзepo), r. Daria Blokhina, 2017, 30 min, Russia
U surovom krajoliku sjeverne Rusije ogromno je jezero na kojem je dvoje ljudi u koroti.

Old Man Peter, r. Ivan Golovnev, 2008, 26 min, Russia
Film nas vodi u svijet starca Petera Sengepova, zadnjeg živućeg šamana rijeke Kazym.

Wavelength, r. Hõbe Ilus and Mihkel Oksmann, 2019, 3 min
rad sa radionice eksperimentalnog filma

Prikazat će se i 6 filmova s radionica za mlade koje su održane u Khanty filmskom kampu za mlade.

Program se održava u projekcijskoj dvorani KKZ-a.

PROGRAM
FUFF Festival selection:

Voyage from Pudozh to Paris (Matku Puudogaspäi Pariižassah), director Maria Valeeva, 2019, 11 min – Karelia, Russia
Educational film in Karelian language (southern dialect) based on historical events that took place in the late of 19th – early of 20th centuries. The main character is an attractive bachelor Flax-Karelka, who is a successful guest of St. Petersburg and Moscow trade fairs and holds titles of honor abroad, in the Netherlands, Sweden and Finland. The technique of the film is a combination of hand-drawn and cutout animation.

The Lake (Oзepo), director Daria Blokhina, 2017, 30 min, Russia
In the severe landscape of northern Russia there is a huge lake and two people in mourning. The Filippovs are a middle–aged married couple who spend most of the time close to the beautiful, yet dangerous, nature. Their life, far away from the civilization, is accompanied by a camera registering their tedious everyday reality. The lake is the centre of their existence – it provides them with food, but takes away life. The water claimed the life of their beloved son. He is shown in the photos and mentioned in his parents’ short conversations, filled with grief and mutual grievances.

Old Man Peter, director Ivan Golovnev, 2008, 26 min, Russia
This film takes us into the world of old man Peter Sengepov, the last surviving Shaman of the Kazym River, who lives alone in the depths of the Siberian taiga. The region of the Khanty people is the basic source of oil recovery in Russia. About 70 percent of all Russian oil is extracted here. The oil companies actively buy huge territories in the North of Siberia. Indigenous people are
compelled to leave these places, their own patrimonial territories, and so a modern civilization gradually absorbs an ancient culture.

FUFF experimental workshop film: Wavelength, directors Hõbe Ilus and Mihkel Oksmann, 2019, 3 min

Workshop films from Khanty youth film camp: 6 shorts made by different authors

[izvor informacije Kinoklub Zagreb]