Cargo

On August 26th, 2015 a convoy of human smugglers lets 71 refugees packed in a truck suffocate to death. At dawn smugglers load 71 people from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran onto a truck to drive them from Hungary to Germany. During the journey, the refugees start knocking and screaming for help. The truck driver faces a dilemma. He hears the people scream and beg for help but receives an order to not open the doors to the cargo area.


Director Bio

Christina Tournatzés studied film and television in Munich. She has been directing short documentaries and fiction shorts since 2015. The short film “Cargo” (2019) is her Thesis Movie.

Info

  • Directed by:Christina Tournatzés
  • Written by:Christina Tournatzés
  • Produced by:Matthias Nerlich, Felix Parson, Patricia D'Intino & Leo Pintér
  • Runtime:15 mins
  • Completion Date:November 1, 2019
  • Country of Origin:Germany
  • Country of Filming:Hungary
  • Category:Student Short Film
  • Selection:TBD
  • Screening Time / Venue:TBD
  • Links: Instagram

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  • 26 June, 2020

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