Section: Short Film Competition

INT. KITCHEN. NIGHT.

INT. KITCHEN. NIGHT.

Arkasha Nepytaliuk
Ukraine, 2018, 4 Min

A nervous married couple, two radiant high school graduates, an ambiguous folk song and a cake – the table is set for a disaster. A surreal satire about traditional values and antiquated prejudices.

Pronto Film

For many parents, meeting their child's partner for the first time can be a dramatic moment, especially if the partner does not meet their expectations. A bitter battle breaks out for the pale couple between hospitality, politeness and love for their child – and the deep-seated narrow-mindedness equating otherness with obscenity.

Arkasha Nepytaliuk wrote, filmed and produced this short film over the course of one day as a commission from the French Académie des César. He creates a dramatic view of an everyday family drama with deliberately theatrical staging and dream-like elements. DJ

Filmformat
Pro Re | Farbe / Colour
Drehbuch
Arkasha Nepytaliuk
Kamera
Yaroslav Pilunskiy
Ton
Mikhail Nikolaev
Schnitt
Ihor Kosenko
Darsteller
Dimo Homiak, Yevhenia Nepytaliuk, Diana Fedoraka, Dasha Palahniuk
Produzent
Maxim Asadchiy, Serhiy Lysianyi
Produktion
Pronto Film
Kontakt
Pronto Film
Sashko Chubko
10A Naberezhno-Khreschatytska St.
04070 Kiyv
Ukraine
+38 44 49 02 231
sashko@pronto.kiev.ua
www.pronto.kiev.ua
Arkasha Nepytaliuk

Arkasha Nepytaliuk - born in 1967 in Lekhnivka, Ukraine. After graduating in acting and directing from the Kiev National Karpenko-Kary Theatre, Cinema and Television University, he worked as a director for TV productions. With his short film BLOOD SAUSAGE, he was part of the Short Film Competition and a guest at last year’s FFC.

Movies
KROVYANKA (2015, short, FFC 2017)
PRYPUTNI (2017)
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