Bishkek, Feb.6, 2018 / Kabar /. The film Kinoman produced by Askar Nurakun uulu is included into the contest program of the BUFF International Film Festival for Children and Young People in Malmo, which will be held from March 19 to 24 in Sweden, the national film studio Aitysch Film reported.
The Film Festival was founded in 1984 and is a member of the European Association of Children's Cinematography.
The Film Festival introduces the children's audience to the world of cinema and its influence in society, helping young audiences to learn a different culture, broaden their horizons and develop tolerance. Preference in the program is given to films that were not shown before and did not appear in Sweden for public screening. Within the framework of the film forum, seminars and discussions are organized for teachers, filmmakers and cultural figures to promote films for children and young people. The festival features full-length and short films of various genres.
The film Kinoman is the debut student work of the film maker, Askar Nurakun uulu. The film tells the story of a small viewer, an attempt to see a movie that ends in failure. He is satisfied with the sounds of his long-familiar films, where he was not allowed. Thanks to his love and a concurrence of circumstances, he manages to achieve what he wants at the end.
The film is a joint production of the film studio Aitysch Film and Kyrgyz Turkish University Manas. Atai Naamat uulu, Ulan Jukenov, Tursun Mamiraliev played in the film.
The film earlier received the Grand Prix in the Young Cinema Forum of CIS countries Umut that was held in Bishkek from Dec. 18 to Dec.20, 2017 and later in November the film received the Honorary Diploma of the Jury at the International Cinema Festival Etiuda & Anima in Krakow (Poland).