The Basque short Films of Kimuak, at the fair Clermont Ferrand

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2016-02-08

The Kimuak program, supported by the Etxepare Basque Institute, is working at the Clermont Ferrand Fair promoting Basque short films. Besides, the  Internacional Short film Festival will show a Basque short film this year: Lost Village, a short film of the director George Todria and the producer Kinoskopik from Vitora-Gasteiz  has been included at the Official Section.

The Clermont-Ferrand Fair and Festival are the most relevant international dates for short film-making in Europe, an international frame of reference for cinema professionals and will be held on February 5-13.

Lost Village offers a plot full of mystery: a middle-aged man and woman are the only ones living in an abandoned village when lights start appearing in some of the empty houses. Each character reacts to this phenomenon differently. Their lives will never be the same again.

 

The Kimuak program, supported by the Etxepare Basque Institute, is working at the Clermont Ferrand Fair promoting Basque short films. Besides, the  Internacional Short film Festival will show a Basque short film this year: Lost Village, a short film of the director George Todria and the producer Kinoskopik from Vitora-Gasteiz  has been included at the Official Section.

The Clermont-Ferrand Fair and Festival are the most relevant international dates for short film-making in Europe, an international frame of reference for cinema professionals and will be held on February 5-13.

Lost Village offers a plot full of mystery: a middle-aged man and woman are the only ones living in an abandoned village when lights start appearing in some of the empty houses. Each character reacts to this phenomenon differently. Their lives will never be the same again.

 

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