Friday, 02.12.2022 |

Margaretenstraße 24,
A - 1040 Vienna


Nastya, Yarik, and their friends live in eastern Ukraine, in a world marked by desolation and destruction. Russian terrorists have murdered their father, destroyed their home, and changed their young lives forever through seven years of war. Peace is a distant memory. The children spend their days in a no man’s land that resembles a stone wasteland, while their parents dig graves for those murdered just to earn enough to eke out a living. The trauma is incurable, and the ruins and junkyards act as eerie playgrounds amidst the titular black mining dumps. A war film.


Mit dem Laden des Videos akzeptieren Sie die Datenschutzerklärung von YouTube.
Mehr erfahren

Video laden



conflict // collective activism
International Competition

Related films

Bigger Than Trauma
Croatia |
2022 |
90 Min
Thu., 08.12.2022 |
20:30 |

Director: Vedrana Pribačić, Mirta Puhlovski

Over a period of three years, the filmmakers accompanied women who were victims of rape during the Croatian War of Independence and who have been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder ever since. For a long time, they were not able to spea...

Myanmar Diaries
Netherlands, Myanmar, Norway |
2022 |
80 Min
Tue., 06.12.2022 |
20:30 |

Director: The Myanmar Film Collective

Ten young Burmese filmmakers, who have to remain anonymous because they would otherwise be in a life-threatening situation, tell their harrowing personal stories about life under the regime of terror in Myanmar after the military coup of February ...

The New Greatness Case
Finland, Croatia, Norway |
2022 |
93 Min
Mon., 05.12.2022 |
20:30 |
Top Kino Saal 1

Director: Anna Shishova

Moscow, March 2018, 5:20 a.m. Heavily armed, the police storm the apartment of 17-year-old Anya. She was arrested on charges of extremism and put in prison. In the chat group “The New Greatness” the young protagonist discussed Russian politics, so...

conflict // collective activism
environmental change // changing environment
old myths // new antisemitism
gender shift // equal rights
new work realities