SÁBADO 25 | CINE TONALÁ | 17:00 HRS. | 73 MIN.
JUEVES 23 | PATIO – UNIVERSIDAD DE LA COMUNICACIÓN | 20:30 HRS. | 73 MIN.
** PRESENCIA DE DIRECTOR Q&A
Princess Margaret Boulevard
Canada | 2008 | DCP | Color | 14 min | Kazik Radwanski
Director: Kazik Radwanski
Producer: Daniel Montgomery
Cinematography: Daniel Voshart
Edition: Ajla Odobašić
Cast: Gina Sylvester, Tim Braddock, Declan McCarthy, Julie McCarthy, William Forrest
The frustration, confusion and loneliness that are the effects of Alzheimer’s disease on an elderly woman’s daily life are subtly explored in this affecting and mature film.
Studied film at Ryerson University co-founded the production company MDFF in 2008. His short films screened at the Berlinale Shorts Competition for three consecutive years. In 2012 Radwanski directed his first feature film Tower which had its world premiere at the 65th Locarno International Film Festival. The film went on to screen at many festivals including The Toronto International Film Festival, The Viennale, and New Directors/ New Films presented by MoMA. His second feature How Heavy This Hammer had its international premiere at The 66th Berlin International Film Festival and was nominated for Best Canadian film of the Year by the Toronto Film Critics Association. Most recently his short film Scaffold was invited to screen at the 70 th Locarno International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival and New York Film Festival.
Berlin International Film Festival, BIFF