Opening of the Festival 2017!

October 11 at 7 pm in Lviv Film Center we’ll open the festival. Music performance by Maryana Klochko at the beginning and the film program together with the opening party.

Film Program

BURDEN OF MEMORY 20′ Albert Meisl Austria 2016

A mission to retrieve a rare piece of sheet music thrusts a young musicologist into the dysfunctional and inescapable orbit of his eccentric predecessor.

CITIPATI 7′ Andreas Feix Germany 2017


After being subjected to a cataclysmic meteorite impact, a small dinosaur attempts to battle the horrific aftermath both physically & psychologically. A tale of life, death & rebirth, told from a unique, prehistoric perspective.

THE ORDINARY 9′ Julien Dara, Simon Dara France 2016


A young man has finally vanquished a dragon. While the beast fades away in agony, he dances to celebrate his victory.

RED LIGHT 21′ Toma Waszarow Bulgaria 2016


A bus stops at the only village’s intersection, where the traffic light is stuck on red. The bus driver refuses to move forward, which provokes a conflict. A story about the funny side of apathy, selfishness, and loneliness in a world where following the rules is a misunderstanding.

#selfie 7′ David M. Lorenz Germany 2016


A couple on holiday in Berlin. Everything is perfect, but then he wants to take a selfie…The ending of a relationship as seen through a mobile phone.

ANALYSIS PARALYSIS 9′ Anete Melece Switzerland 2016


Anton’s head is bursting with thoughts. The gardener is seething with anger: who has trampled her flower beds?
In the park Anton is looking for someone to play chess with. For someone who plays a better game than his dog. The gardener is looking for a mysterious serial vandal who has lost a yellow boot. But what if both of them are looking for the same thing?

THE FALL OF LENIN 11′ Svitlana Shymko Ukraine 2017


Ironic documentary film about the farewell to the phantoms of the USSR in Ukraine. The spiritual session with the ghost of Lenin guides us through our past, present and the future. The film presents the dawn and the twilight of idols, and the curious afterlife of history’s ghosts.

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