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2015
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Miguel Llansó
Pays concerné : Éthiopie
Réalisateur(s) : Miguel Llansó
Durée : 72
Genre : science fiction
Type : fiction

Français

Une histoire d’amour surréelle dans une Éthiopie post-apocalyptique !

Un film de Miguel Llansó

Éthiopie / Espagne / Finlande, Fiction, 2015, couleur, 1h12 min, science fiction. En Amharic et Afrikaans, sous-titré, DCP 2K.

avec Daniel Tadesse et Selam Tesfaye

English

A post apocalytic surreal love story in Ethiopia!

Set against the backdrop of spectacular post-apocalyptic Ethiopian landscapes, the film follows a strange-looking scrap collector, Gagano (the charismatic Daniel Tadesse). Alternately gripped by daydreams and constant fears, the diminutive Gagano has had enough of collecting the priceless crumbs of decayed civilization, including the most valuable: merchandise from Michael Jackson and Michael Jordan. When a spaceship that has been hovering high in the sky for years starts showing signs of activity, Gagano must overcome his fears – as well as a witch, Santa Claus and second-generation Nazis – to discover things aren’t quite what he thought.

A film by Miguel Llansó

Ethiopia/Spain/Finland, Fiction, 2015, color, 72 min. In Amharic and Afrikaans with English subtitles. NOT RATED

Starring Daniel Tadesse and Selam Tesfaye

DIR/SCR/PROD Miguel Llansó.

WORLD PREMIER IFFR 2015!



// Executive Producer: Sergio Uguet de Resayre
// Directed by Miguel Llansó
// Starring Daniel Tadesse and Selam Tesfaye
// Also Produced by: Miguel Llansó (Lanzadera Films), Daniel Taye Workou and Meseret Argaw (Birabiro Films)
// Asocciate Producers: Quino Piñero, Israel Seoane.
// Line Producer and 1st AD: Yohannes Feleke.
//Cinematography: Israel Seoane.
// Sound: Quino Piñero
// Music: Atomizador
// Edition: Velasco Broca
// VFX Coordinator: Joaquín Jordán
// Nationality: Ethiopia.
// Original Format: 4K
// Screening Format: DCP 2K.
// Image: 2.39:1
// Original Version: Amharic
// Length: 72 Minutes
// Year of Production: 2015

//Awards
· Imaging the future – Neuchatel Fantastic Film Festival.
· Special Mention of the Jury – Los Angeles Film Festival.
· Best First Feature – Fantasia Film Festival – Canada
· Critics Mention – Cine Ceará – Brazil
· Best Film (Young Jury) – Cine Ceará – Brazil
· Best Film – Madeira Micro FF – Portugal

// Festival Selections & Screenings
· International Film Festival Rotterdam IFFR (Netherlands) – WORLD PREMIERE.
· Los Angeles Film Festival LAFF (USA) – US PREMIERE.
· Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) – SPANISH PREMIERE.
· BAFICI – Buenos Aires (Argentina) -LATIN AMERICA PREMIERE.

ARGENTINA
· BAFICI – Buenos Aires (Argentina)

AUSTRIA
· Stadtwerkstatt – Linz (Austria)

BELGIUM
· Brussels Film Festival (Belgium)
· Offscreen Film Festival (Belgium)

BRAZIL
· Cine Ceará – Fortaleza (Brazil)
· Afrofuturism: Movies and Music in an Intergalactic Diaspora (Brazil)

CANADA
· Fantasia – Montreal (Canada)
· Vancouver IFF (Canada)

FINLAND
· Helsinki IFF (Finland)

FRANCE
· Festival L`Europe autour de l`Europe in Paris (France)
· Strasbourg European Fantastic FF (France)

GERMANY
· Berlinale – EFM (Germany)
· Oldenburg IFF (Germany)
· Cinema Africa Bayreuth (Germany)
· Shivers Genre Film Festival (Germany)

GREECE
· Syros International Fim Festival (Greece)

ITALY
· Trieste Si-Fi (Italy)

IRELAND
· Belfast Film Festival (Ireland)

MACEDONIA
· Film Festival « Manaki Brothers » (Macedonia)

MEXICO
· Oxaca FF (Mexico)

NORWAY
· Tromso International Film Festival (Norway)

NETHERLANDS
· International Film Festival Rotterdam IFFR (Netherlands)
· BUT Film Festival (Netherlands)
· Into the Great Wide Open (Netherlands)
· WORM Rotterdam (Netherlands)

PORTUGAL
· FEST New Directors, New Films (Portugal)
· Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Portugal)
· Madeira Micro IFF (Portugal)

POLAND
· New Horizons – Wroclaw (Poland)
· International Conference of Ethiopian Studies in Warsaw (Poland)

SERBIA
· European Film Festival Palic (Serbia)

SOUTH AFRICA
· Durban Film Festival (South Africa)
· African Futures – Goethe Institut – Johannesburg (South Africa)
· That Art Fair – Cape Town (South Africa)

SPAIN
· Barcelona Cinema de Autor – D’A (Spain)
· Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Fest (Spain)
· Sevilla International Film Festival SEFF – OFF festival (Spain)
· Barcelona « Sé de un lugar » (Spain)
· Fant – Bilbao (Spain)
· La Casa Encendida – Madrid (Spain)
· Matadero Madrid (Spain)
· Liceo Mutante – Pontevedra (Spain)
· La Rambleta – Valencia (Spain)
· Alcine (Spain)
· REC Tarragona – OFF festival (Spain)

SWEDEN
· Stockholm IFF (Sweden)

SWITZERLAND
· Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival (Switzerland)

TAIWAN
· Taipei Film Festival (Taiwan)

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
· Trinidad & Tobago FF

TURKEY
· !f Istanbul (Turkey)
· Malatya IFF (Turkey)

UK
· East End IFF (UK)
· Mayhem FF (UK)
· Leeds IFF (UK)
· Cork FF (UK)
· Notthingam Alternative Film Network (UK)

// US Screenings – Indiepix
· Los Angeles, CA – June 14 & June 17 @ Los Angeles Film Festival *US Premiere*
· On board – American Airlines – January-March 2016
· Hawaii, HI – September 13 – Hawaii Con @ Hapuna Prince Beach Hotel
· Oakland, CA – September 26 @ Matatu Film Festival – The Flight Deck
· Marfa, TX – October 16 @ Marfa Film Festival
· New York, NY – October 23-29 @ Cinema Village
· Amherst, NY – October 23 @ Screening Room Cinemas
· Chicago, IL – October 24 & 28 @ Chicago Cinema Society –
· Albuquerque, NM – October 26-29 @ Guild Cinema
· Atlanta, GA – October 31st – Atlanta Sci Fi Film Festival @Fulton County Aviation Community Cultural Center
· Denver, CO – November 1 – Colorado Horror Con @ Ramada Plaza
· Philadelphia, PA – November 4 @ MOCA – Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art
· Denver, CO – November 5-7 – Denver Film Festival @ SIE Center
· Buffalo, NY – November 10 @ Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center
· Los Angeles, CA – November 10 @ Echo Park Film Center
· Portland, ME – November 12 @ SPACE Gallery
· Phoenix, AZ – November 17 @ Phoenix Center for the Arts

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In post-apokalyptischen Landschaften Äthiopiens sammelt Candy, einem Müllsammler, die Reste der Zivilisation ein, zusammenhanglose Elemente von Michal Jacksons Bildern und Michael Jordan. Auf seinem surrealen Trip vorbei an Hexen, dem Weihnachtsmann und der nächsten Generation von Nazis – immer in der sichtbaren Reichweite eines Weltraumschiffes, das über der Stadt schwebt, wird er mit sich selbst und seinen Ängsten konfrontiert, um schließlich herauszufinden, dass die Dinge sich nicht so verhalten wie er glaubte.

Regisseur: Miguel Llansó
72′, FSK