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World Festival of Animated Film /
3 to 8 June 2019
World Festival of Animated Film / 3 to 8 June 2019
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Piat minut do moria / Five Minutes to Sea

Grand Competition Short Film 5

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Piat minut do moria / Five Minutes to Sea


Natalia Mirzoyan

Russia / 2018 / 7' 7''



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Wednesday, 05. 06.,
Tuškanac Cinema, 12:00 h
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Friday, 07. 06.,
Kinoteka, 20:00 h
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Friday, 07. 06.,
Tuškanac Cinema, 20:00 h


Synopsis


The mother issues her decree: before you get back in the water, you have to take a break and sit quietly for five minutes. For the little girl, these five minutes are an ocean of boredom that stretches on forever and ever. She starts to watch the other bathers and how they spend their five minutes. The film shows a small but memorable moment from childhood, juxtaposed with the theme of old age and the difference in perception of time at the end and the beginning of life.

Natalia Mirzoyan


Born in 1982 in Yerevan, Natalia Mirzoyan graduated from the Arts school named after H. Danielyan and Department of Philosophy in Yerevan State University. From 2003 to 2004 she worked as animator in Shoghakat and Armenfilm studios with director Naira Muradyan. She directed My Childhood Mystery Tree (2009; debut film), Chinti (2012), and Five Minutes to Sea (2018).

 

Director

Natalia Mirzoyan


Production

Petersburg Animation Studio


Screenplay

Natalia Mirzoyan


Storyboard

Natalia Mirzoyan


Compositing

Natalia Mirzoyan


Sound

Artem Fadeev


Music

Artem Fadeev


categories

Grand Competition Short Film 5