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Polish film director scoops top prize at Moscow festival

01.12.2020 12:30
Polish director Aleksandra Mazoń has won best director award at the 10th Breaking Down Barriers international film festival in Moscow, public broadcaster Polish Radio has reported.

Mazoń’s 2018 film Summertime tells the story of Katarzyna, a 30-year-old woman who, despite having outstanding artistic talents, decides to work in a kindergarten.

Her mother cannot accept her decision and their relationship is further complicated when Katarzyna discovers that she is terminally ill.

A total of 72 films selected from among 900 productions from 56 countries were shown at the festival.

Serbian director Rasko Miljkovic’s The Witch Hunt was named best feature film.

French director Eliott Fettweis’ film Brocoli won in the short film category, while Swiss movie The Journey – A Story of Love by Fanny Bräuning was named the best documentary.

Breaking Down Barriers is Russia’s first film festival dedicated to disabled people. According to the organizers, the event intends to break down social and psychological barriers encountered by the disabled community through exploring their lives in documentaries and films.


Source: Polskie Radio