Alpacas

About

  • Director:Anastasia Lobkovski
  • Country:Finland
  • CategoryInternational Live-Action
  • Runtime:20 mins
  • Date:June 15, 2016
  • Selection:Opening Night
  • Screening Time:

    • Aug 16 Bog Lane Theatre - 3-7pm

  • Links: Website

Alpacas

13-Year-old Maija lives with her ice sculptor father and a distant mother in a small Finnish town. She drives a tractor to a get to a party in the woods, with her friends, but during one night she seems to loose everything. Alpacas is a drama comedy about belonging to a group and growing up.


Director Bio

Anastasia Lobkovski is a finnish filmmaker. She has a background in visual arts, MFA from The Academy of Fine Arts. Anastasia Lobkovski`s works has been seen at major art exhibitions in Finland, such as Young Artists at Kunsthalle, Helsinki. Her short films has been broadcasted by The National Television and participated at the film festivals around the world, such as BFI London Film Festival (UK), New York Film Festival (USA), Seoul International Film Festival (South Korea) and Reykjavik Film Festival (Iceland). Lobkovski`s MFA graduation work "The boy who was afraid of Nothing" was nominated as one of the best european short films at Camerimage, Poland. Her first feature film screenplay in development won Jüri Sillart Visual Prize, at international ENGAGE workshop (2014).


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