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General information

Country:
ROMANIA
Genre:
Romanian Short Films
Year:
2018

Technical data

Format:
Color:
Color
Duration:
23' 3''
Sound:
Stereo

Credits

Director:
Katalin Moldovai
Producer:
Screenplay:
Palóczi Zita
Cast:
Venczel Vera

Synopsis

Hope is what brings us forward. All the characters in the movie – the main character Margit, and her daughter Judit- become part of a hope giving lie. Margit suffers from a serious skin cancer, but her daughter arranges that her mother be treated. She goes to the treatments alone, and her life become more active and the relationship with her daughter seems to get better.

Rationale - Comments

* Best shortfilm Prize: Ffest, Cluj- Napoca 2018, Romania
* Jury Prize: 63. Orságos Független Filmfesztivál 2018, Hunagary

Director CV Katalin Moldovai

Moldovai Katalin
Date of birth 19/12/1982, Des, Romania

Education:
2015-2017
Film directing studies MA
Metropolitan University, Budapest 2009-2013
Dates 2010-1013
Film, Foto, Media Studies BA
University Sapeintia, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Department of Photography, Film, Media

Director:
• 2018: Ahogy Eddig (As up to now) - shortfilm
Best shortfilm Prize: Ffest, Cluj- Napoca
2018, Romania
Jury Prize: 63. Orságos Független Filmfesztivál
2018, Hunagary

• 2015: Asszonyok Fekében (Woman in black) - shortfilm
• 2014: Jegyesek (The betrothed) - shortfilm
• 2013: Burok (Shell)- shortfilm
• 2013 - Szezon után (After season)– shortfilm
Best Shortfilm Prize - 20. National Student Film festival,
2013, Budapest
Fiction caregory Prize - Ffest International Film Festival,
2013, Cluj-Napoca
2012 - A barátkozás lehetőségei (Chances of fellowshipping) – shortfilm- adapation after the novel A barátkozás lehetőségei (Chances of fellowshipping) written by Bodor Ádám
- Turpi – short documentary

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