Synopsis

Film shot and produced during Aristoteles Workshop

Japanese Quince Tree by Mara Trifu - CINEPUB

Director: Mara Trifu
Executive Producer: Biljana Dolevska
Cinematography: Radu Gorgos
Editor: Paula Oneț
Year: 2011
Category: short documentary
Duration: 21 minutes

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Synopsis

At a certain age, is hard enough to remember what you did yesterday. At 90 it really doesn’t matter.You keep on going with either reluctance, or abandon. What seems important, are the little things at hand, a flower, a cat, a crystal glass, a tree, and scattered glimpses into the remembered past that always tend to help. A bitter-sweet look into the freshness of the fleeing moments embodied in our present perfect continuous life. No matter the age.

Festivals

  • ASTRA International Film Festival – Romania, 2012
  • Vukovar Film Festival – Croatia, 2012
  • Nominated for the Best Short Film at the Gopo Awards – Romania, 2012
  • International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam (IDFA) – The Netherlands, 2012
  • Documentarist – Istanbul Documentary Days – Turkey, 2013
  • IndieLisboa Festival for Romanian Days Screenings – Portugal, 2014

Awards

  • Special Jury Award at Aristoteles Workshop – Romania, 2011
  • Grand Prix at the FFEST International Student Film Festival – Romania. 2011
  • Best Director at Cronograf International Documentary Film Festival – Republic of Moldavia, 2012
  • Grand Jury Prize at Timishort International Short Film Festival – Romania, 2012