This year BUFF will host the Young Audience Film Day here in Malmö!
What is the Young Audience Award? In 25 different cities all over Europe will be organized a closed Young Audience Film Day event. In each city the jury will decide which film they choose as a winner. The jury speakers will then transmit the national results live via video conference to Erfurt (Germany) where the winner will be announced in an award ceremony streamed live on yaa.europeanfilmawards.eu.
The jury in Malmö will consist out students from ’Möllevångsskolan’, ’Sofielundsskolan’ and ’Bladins Skola.’ On the 3rd of may they will watch the three nominated films, have discussions around it, get a chance to chat with the directors of the film, …
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MY SKINNY SISTER (Sweden / Germany)
Directed by Sanna Lenken
Just as Stella enters the exciting world of adolescence she discovers that her big sister and role model Katja is hiding an eating disorder. The disease slowly tears the family apart. A story about jealousy, love and betrayal told with warmth, depth and laughter.
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY: Sanna Lenken
PRODUCED BY: Annika Rogell
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Moritz Shultheiß
EDITOR: Hanna Lejonqvist
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Ellen Oseng
COMPOSER: Per Störby Jutbring
MAIN CAST: Rebecka Josephson (Stella), Amy Deasismont (Katja), Annika Hallin (Karin), Henrik Norlén (Lasse), Maxim Mehmet (Jacob)
THE INVISIBLE BOY (Italy)
Directed by Gabriele Salvatores
Michele is 13 and lives in a quiet seaside town. Nobody would say he was popular at school nor is he a brilliant student nor is he very good at sports. But deep down, he does not care. Michele would settle for catching the attention of Stella, the girl he cannot help looking at all the time in class. But he has the feeling that she is totally unaware of his presence. But one day the monotony of normal life is shattered by an extraordinary discovery: Michele looks in the mirror and finds that he is invisible. The most incredible adventure of his life is about to begin.
DIRECTED BY: Gabriele Salvatores
WRITTEN BY: Alessandro Fabbri, Ludovica Rampoldi & Stefano Sardo
PRODUCED BY: Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima & Carlotta Calori
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Italo Petriccione
EDITOR: Massimo Fiocchi
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Rita Rabassini
COMPOSER: Massimo Fiocchi & Federico De’ Robertis
MAIN CAST: Valeria Golino (Giovanna), Fabrizio Bentivoglio (Basili), Ksenia Rappoport (Yelena), Christo Jivkov (Andreij), Ludovico Girardello (Michele), Noa Zatta (Stella)
YOU’RE UGLY TOO (Ireland)
Directed by Mark Noonan
Will is released from prison on compassionate leave to care for his niece Stacey after the death of her mother. As they both head into the sleepy Irish midlands and attempt to be a family, they suffer a series of setbacks; Stacey is refused admission to the local school because of her recently developed narcolepsy; Will repeatedly comes close to breaking his prison-ordered curfew; and his attempts at being a father figure to her prove disastrous… As their future hangs in the balance they must search for a new way forward together.
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY: Mark Noonan
PRODUCED BY: John Keville, Conor Barry
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Tom Comerford
EDITOR: Colin Campbell
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Neill Treacy
COMPOSER: Dave Geraghty
MAIN CAST: Aldan Gillen (Will), Lauren Kinsella (Stacey), George Pistereanu (Tibor) Erika Sainte (Emilie)