A House Made of Splinters (with audio description)

dir. Simon Lereng Wilmont / 2022 / Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Ukraine / 88min.

Film is presented at the festival without english subtitles.

As the war in Eastern Ukraine takes a heavy toll on poor families, a small group of social workers work in a special kind of orphanage to create a safe space for kids.

As the war in Eastern Ukraine takes a heavy toll on poor families living near the frontline, a small group of strong-willed social workers work tirelessly in a special kind of orphanage to create an almost magical safe space for kids to live in, while the state authorities and courts decide the future fate of the child and family.

duration:
88 min
country / year of production:
Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Ukraine / 2022
director:
Simon Lereng Wilmont
cinematography:
Simon Lereng Wilmont
producer:
Monica Hellström / Final Cut for Real
selected festivals and awards:
2021 – FF Sundance; 2022 - Thessaloniki Documentary Festival: The FIPRESCI Award for the film in the International Competition, The Golden Alexander award of the International Competition
sections:
Intimate Stories Films with audio description
competitions:
Millennium Bank Award – Grand Prix
tags:
psychology relations awarded-2 Ukraine growing up

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