"Adamdar," which translates to "People" in Kyrgyz, will feature six documentary short films made by filmmakers from Kyrgyzstan, some of which have won awards. These films showcase the stories of people, their everyday lives, their hard work, and the politics surrounding them. Each day will be screened three films that are also winners and participants of different film festivals around the world.
All the films will be presented in their original language with English subtitles.
The Adamdar, Kyrgyz Film Festival is organized by Nellya Dzhamanbaeva, 2nd year MA student in Cultural Heritage Studies/ Medieval Studies, also student of Visual Theory and Practice (VTP) program; and supported by the OSUN Experimental Humanities Collaborative Network Local Grant. The screening will be organized off campus, in Grätzelmixer.
Two days of screenings: March 31, 19:00, and April 1, 18:00.
Venue: Grätzelmixer, Bloch-Bauer-Promenade 28, 1100 Wien