Saturday 1 December 2018 - 17:25

The Distant Barking of Dogs

90’, Denmark, 2017
The Distant Barking of Dogs
Director: Simon Lereng Wilmont
Screenplay: Simon Lereng Wilmont
Cinematography: Simon Lereng Wilmont
Editor: Michael Aaglund
Producers: Monica Hellstrom
Distribution/sales: Danish Film Institute
Ten-year-old Oleg lives in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine—a warzone that often echoes with anti-aircraft fire and missile strikes. Sometimes these sounds are in the distance, while other times they’re frighteningly close. At school, Oleg learns about the bomb shelter and what to do when encountering a landmine. While many have left this dangerous area, Oleg remains with his grandmother, who has taken care of him since the death of his mother.
Graine de champion (2016)
Chikara - The Sumo Wrestler's Son (2013)
Festivals and Awards
Thessaloniki Film Festival: 
The Golden Alexander Award - twelve films of over 50 minutes in length compete for the Golden Alexander, accompanied by €8000 Cash Prize.
The FIPRESCI Award - the International Federation of Film Critics, comprising distinguished film critics, presents its award to the Best Documentary of the International Competition Program
The Human Values Award - The Hellenic Parliament TV Channel bestows its award to a film of the International Competition section

Midnight Sun Film Festival
New Zealand International Film Festival
Story Code: 3581
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