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Icebreakers

DIR: Maximilien Van Aertryck
2012 / France, Sweden / 15 min

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A ferry makes its way through the ice floating in the wintery Baltic Sea. Yet the ice has long since broken inside the ship thanks to the evening's entertainment: with their presentation, the artists breathe a moment of magic into a world which already seems rather unreal. The film evokes a journey into the unknown, full of nostalgia and hope.

About

Director Maximilien Van Aertryck
Screenplay -
Dir. of Photography Vincent Bitaud
Editing Maximilien Van Aertryck
Music -
Sound Fabrice Allain
Duration 15 min
Year 2012
Country France, Sweden
Colour Colour
Tags observational, poetic
Production
Distribution Maximilien Van Aertryck
Maximilien Van Aertryck
Address:  Nämndemansbacken 27
City:  12838 Skarpnäck
Country:  Sweden

Festivals

Doc Alliance Festivals: Visions ...

Doc Alliance Festivals: Visions du Réel, Nyon - International competition

Other festivals:

Gothenburg Film Festival - Official selection

Vårrullen Film Festival - Documentary competition / Winner Videoverket Prize

Timishorts Film Festival - Videorama Competition

Hamburg Short Film Festival - International Competition

Festival of Nations, Ebensee - Official selection

FEST, Espinho - Documentary competition

Film Leben Festival - Documentary competition

Raindance Film Festival, London - Official selection

Candem Documentary Festival, USA - International competition

Kasseler Dokfest - International competition

Interfilm Berlin - Documentary competition

Exground filmfest Wiesbaden

Konstanzer Kurz.Film.Spiele

Awards

Vårrullen Film Festival - Documentary ...

Vårrullen Film Festival - Documentary competition / Winner Videoverket Prize



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