The three-day cycle brings films from the end of the past and the beginning of this century. The editor is Milan Tica.
All screenings start at 9 pm, and admission is free.
Aquarium (Fish Tank, 2009)
In this film, director Andrea Arnold – Oscar winner for Best Short Film (Wasp, 2003) – portrays a disoriented 15-year-old Mia who lives in a residential area with an uninterested mother and younger sister. The rut of everyday conflicts, both in the family and on the street, will be curbed by the appearance of Conor’s new mother’s partner, in whom Mija sees something more.
Rat Hunter (Ratcatcher, 1999)
Lynn Ramsey became famous in Hollywood with the titles “We have to talk about Kevin” and “Really, you’ve never been here”, however, her feature debut, the film “Rat Hunter”, is a true picture of her poetics. A gloomy story about growing up in Scotland in the seventies with a light directed at twelve-year-old James, who has to face the tragedy in the neighborhood in which he himself is involved.
This is England (2006)
Director Shane Meadows, through a film about twelve-year-old renegade Sean who befriends a group of skinheads, gives a partly autobiographical, at the same time comic and painful depiction of his childhood in Yorkshire in the eighties. The film raises difficult questions about growing up, friendship and national identity.