FESTIVALS: One World Announces Competition Films

    Acasa, My Home by Radu Ciorniciuc Acasa, My Home by Radu Ciorniciuc

    PRAGUE: Thirteen films will screen in the international competition of One World FF, which runs 5 – 14 March 2020 in Prague and travels to another 35 cities.

    The competition includes two Romanian films, a Lithuanian coproduction, and a Polish coproduction.

    International Competition:

    Acasa, My Home (Romania, Finland, Germany)
    Directed by Radu Ciorniciuc
    Produced by Manifest Film
    Coproduced by HBO Europe, Corso Film, Kino Company
    Supported by the Romanian Film Centre, Romanian Television (TVR), Creative Europe, Cinelab, Beep Studio

    collective / colectiv (Romania, Luxembourg)
    Directed by Alexander Nanau
    Produced by Alexander Nanau Production
    Coproduced by Samsa Film, HBO Europe
    Supported by the Romanian Film Centre, the Luxemburg Film Fund and the Sundance Documentary Fund, with the contribution of RTS Switzerland, RSI Switzerland, YES Docu, MDR Germany

    Eye to Eye (Finland)
    Directed by John Webster

    Mrs. F. (Netherlands, Nigeria)
    Directed by Chris van der Vorm

    Ninosca (Sweden)
    Directed by Peter Torbiornsson

    Scars (Germany, Poland)
    Directed by Agniesszka Zwiefka

    Sing Me A Song (France, Germany, Switzerland)
    Directed by Thomas Balmes

    Smog Town (China, Netherlands, South Korea)
    Directed by Meng Han

    The Earth is Blue as an Orange (Lithuania, Ukraine)
    Directed by Iryna Tsilyk
    Produced by Albatros Communicos (Ukraine)
    Coproduced by Moonmakers (Lithuania)
    Supported by Lithuanian Film Centre, Ukrainian State Agency, IDFA Bertha Fund

    The Painter and the Thief (Norway)
    Directed by Benjamin Ree

    The Reason I Jump (UK, USA)
    Directed by Jerry Rothwell

    The Self Portrait (Norway)
    Directed by Margreth Olin, Katja Hogseth, Espen Wallin

    The Train I Ride (France, Finland)
    Directed by Arno Bitschy