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PROGRAM - Jeonju Dome Screening

Jeonju Dome Screening

Little Harbour

DIRECTOR Iveta GROFOVA Jeonju Dome Screening구분없음
Nation Slovakia 201785minDCPcolor Fiction
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Ten years-old and living with a mother who is not yet ready to be a Mum, Jarka is pushed by her desire to love and form a family to the point where she finds herself giving shelter to two abandoned twin babies.

  • Review

    Little Harbour is Monika Kompanikova’s work of fable that is dramatized from her other work, The Fifth Boat. Jarka spends hours, day after day, alone in an anxious existence; Jarka’s mother, Lucia, is not able to look after the house with an ill grandmother living there and decies to leave. Jarka goes to look for her, but then decides that she would have to be the mother of the left behind twins at a Bratislava train station. Little Harbour brings out the character’s longing for her parental love while learning to survive and overcome her world of loneliness. Together with her boyfriend, Christian, they then create an ark of protection. Iveta Grofova focuses on one’s growth through caring and being responsible for one another? winner of Berlin International Film Festival’s Crystal Bear Best Film. [JANG Byungwon]

  • Credit

    Director Iveta GROFOVA
    Screenplay Marek LE??AK, Iveta GROFOVA
    Producer Katarina KMA?OVA, Iveta GROFOVA, Ji?i KONE?NY
    Cinematography Denisa BURANOVA
    Art Director Denisa BURANOVA, Iveta GROFOVA, Iva N?MCOVA
    Editor Anton FABIAN
    Sound Matej HLAVA?
    Music Matej HLAVA?
    Cast Vanessa SZAMUHELOVA, Matu? BA?I?IN, Katarina KAMENCOVA, Johanna TESA?OVA, Zoltan SCHNEIDER



Born in 1980, Slovakia. After studying in the animation and documentary departments she has a PhD from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. Her feature debut, Made in Ash(2012) was selected as the Slovak entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but did not make the final shortlist. Little Harbour won the Crystal Bear for the Best Film in the K plus section of the Generation Competitionat at 67th Berlinale.