A man is in the hospital. His daughter sits next to him and recalls her difficult childhood. He reacted indifferently to an injured bird. She could not find a way to approach him. His attempts to approach her failed as well. Such moments of misunderstanding continue to leave their mark on the present. The visual language of this animated film is more than fascinating. As in a documentary film, the unsteady movements of the camera follow the daughter through her childhood memories.
- Filmschool: Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
- Duration: 15 Min.
LIVING IT UP
ALL MOVEMENTS SHOULD KILL THE WIND
Screenplay: Daria Kashcheeva
Director of Photography: Daria Kashcheeva, Bargav Sridhar
Film Editor: Alexander Kashcheev
Sound design: Daria Kashcheeva
Animation: Daria Kashcheeva
Producer: Ondřej Šejnoha
Production Company: Filmová fakulta Akademie múzických umění, Prague
Director: Daria Kashcheeva
Daria Kashcheeva studies animated film at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague. Her films have been screened at numerous international festivals. Her film TO ACCEPT received the 2017 Nespresso Talents award in Cannes. DAUGHTER received the Student Academy Award for best international animated film and was nominated for an Oscar for best animated short film.