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Miro Remo

Miro Remo

Slovakia

Biography

Miro Remo was born in Ladce, in the small industrial village in the centre of Slovakia in 1983. He graduated grammar-school in 2001, then settled in Bratislava, capital city of Slovakia. He is working as graphic designer for 6 years in the small IT company and studying directing at University of performing arts in Bratislava. His three student’s films were shown at many festivals around the world and received more than 40 awards together. His last film Arsy-Versy is the most succesfull film in the history of university, where Miro is in fifth of year studying, with 30 international and domestic prizes for last 12 screening’s months.

Filmography:

Let’s pick up the lost chances (5', France, 2007)
Cold joint (13', Slovakia, 2007)
IRENA (5', Slovakia, 2008)
ECCE HOMO (1', Slovakia, 2008)
ARSY –VERSY (23', Slovakia, 2009)
Pohoda (52', Slovakia, 2011)
Tibor Huszár - Návrat späť (28', Slovakia, 2012)
Cooltúra (26', Slovakia, 2013)
Comeback (90', Czech Republic, 2014)
Báječní muži v ulítlých snech (90', Czech Republic/Slovakia, 2014)

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ARSY-VERSY

ARSY-VERSY (Orig.) / 2009 / Slovakia / 23 min

The film is a story of a mother and her son Lubos who lives in a world turned upside-down, or, arsy-versy. Lubos broke free from the world as generally conceived by others to arrive at the supreme human-nature symbiosis; he flew away to a planet purely inhabited by butterflies - intelligent beings...

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