Festivals: call for entries

"Media-K" accepts applications from filmmakers and creative groups to create socially significant content
 
Deadline: 18.00 - 25.10.2021
 
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Pitching for short fiction films from Uzbekistan & Kyrgyzstan
 
Date: 15.09 - 15.11.2021
Place: Almaty, Kazakhstan 
 
Salem Short — первый питчинг короткометражного жанрового кино от Salem
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New film festival "Snow Leopard - Guardian of the Mountains"
 
Date: 27.08.2021
Place: Kyrgyzstan 
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Shamchyrak (Kerosene lamp)

 

  

Director: Elnura Osmonalieva
Genre: feature short film
Director of photographer: Evgeniy Krohmalenko
Editor: Evgeniy Krohmalenko
Production designer: Sharip Jailoobaev
Scriptwriter: Elnura Osmonalieva
Sound: Evgeniy Krohmalenko 
Producer: Ulan Isakbekov
Line producer:  Jyrgalbek Duisheev
Actors (main roles)  Asem Toktobekova, Azatbek Toychubaev, Kuban Toychubaev
Budjet: $2000
Shooting: September 2008 - February 2009
Length: 20 min
Release date:
May 2009
Synopsis:
Young journalist Bermet goes to nomads' camp of old yak man. She wants to write an article. She comes back with the materials, kerosene lamp and authoritative admirer. She has to do a choice, but it’s not important any more. The land of her ancestors is lost forever and she has only bitterness of loss.
Festivals:
Works screening of Ernest Abdyjaparov Master-class participants, 2009
I National festival of young directors «Umut», 2009
Film festival Kyrgyzstan-France-Germany , 2009
II Authors film festival, Issyk-Kul, 2009   
Awards & Prizes:

Main prize at the II Authors film festival (among young Central Asian directors), 2009

Prize The best direction at the Works screening of Ernest Abdyjaparov Master-class participants, 2009

Production: PF "Cinema Development Fund"
Distribution:

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